A: "The fact that Amazon made $10 billion of profits and didn't pay any taxes last year, shows structural issues all together."
Q: Does anyone deserve to have a billion dollars?
A: "Somebody may well deserve if they've earned $1 billion, but I'm more concerned about the person that deserves to be able to take care of their family.
Q: Do you support or oppose the death penalty?
A: "I wouldn't take it off the table for the most extreme circumstances, like terrorism."
A: "One president can't do it alone, but one president can set the direction for the country."
A: "I think that Israel's a trusted partner, a trusted friend to our country."
Q: Where would you go on your first international trip as president?
A: "That could be as close as Canada, it could be down to Mexico."
Q: Are you open to expanding the size of the Supreme Court?
A: "I'm open to trying to say, how can we actually make sure that that court isn't reflective of politics?"
A: "Every legal firearm owner that I know wants to keep themselves and their family safe."
A: "My focus would be building off of the Affordable Care Act and improving it."
A: "I wouldn't classify it as bigger than if I'm going to have healthcare tomorrow."
Q: When did your family first arrive in the United States, and how?
A: "I should know that, and I don't know."
A: "Think about somebody joining the military right now--Afghanistan and the conflict has been going on for their entire life."
The above quotations are from 2019 "Meet the Candidates" presidential series on NYTimes.com.
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