Milo Yiannopoulos Full Press Conference (2/21/17)

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Milo Yiannopoulos Full Press Conference (2/21/17)

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[Milo Yiannopoulos Full Press Conference (2/21/17)]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Source: LYBIO.net
In ’16 two men touched me in ways they should not have. One of those men was a priest. My relationship with my abusers is complicated by the fact that at the time I didn’t perceive.

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myself as a victim, but clearly I am one.

Looking back I see the effects that this had on me. In the years after what happened I fell into alcohol and nihilistic partying. It lasted well into my 20’s.

A few years ago, I realized it was time to do something good with my life. I started focusing on work. But the black comedy, the gallows humor and love of shock value I developed in my 20’s never really went away.

I’ve reviewed the tapes that appeared a few days ago, in the proper context, and I don’t believe that they say what is being reported. Nonetheless, I do say some things on the tapes that I do not mean and which do not reflect my views.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Source: LYBIO.net
My experiences as a victim led me to believe that I could say anything I wanted to on this subject, no matter how outrageous. But I understand that my usual blend of sassy, gay, British sarcasm, provocation and gallows humor might have come across as flippancy, a lack of care for other victims, or even worse as seems to have been the case in reports, advocacy. I am horrified by that impression.

I would like to restate my disgust for adults who sexually abuse minors.

I am horrified by paedophilia and I have devoted large portions of my career to exposing child abusers.

I’ve exposed three of them in my reporting, which is three more than most of my critics.

I’ve repeatedly expressed disgust at pedophilia in my feature and opinion writing. And I was also the first journalist in the UK to ask after Jimmy Savile’s death whether the real story of his rampant child abuse would ever be told. My professional record is very very clear.

But I do understand that the videos you have seen, even though some of them were deceptively edited, paint a different picture. I am partly to blame.

I do not advocate for illegal behavior. I explicitly say in the tapes, in a section that was cut from the footage you have seen, that I think the age of consent is about right.

I do not believe any change in the legal age of consent is justifiable or desirable.

I do not believe sex with 13-year-olds is okay. When I mentioned the number 13, I was talking about myself, and the age I lost my own virginity. It might strike some Americans as unusual or strange but in my mother’s native Germany the age of consent is 14, we have a different approach to these things sometimes in Europe.

I shouldn’t have used the word boy. Gay men often use the word boy or girl to mean men of consenting age. But I understand how heterosexual people may not have realized that and that was an error.

I was in fact I talking about my own relationship when I was 17 with a man who was 29. The age of consent in the UK is 16.

I did say that there are relationships between older gay men and younger gay men that can help that a young gay man escape from a lack of support or understanding at home. That’s perfectly true and every gay man knows it.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Source: LYBIO.net
I am certainly guilty of imprecise language, which I regret. And anyone who suggests, however, that I turn a blind eye to illegal activity or to the abuse of minors is unequivocally wrong.

I am implacably opposed to the normalization of pedophilia and I will continue to report and speak accordingly.

To repeat: I do not support child abuse.

It is a disgusting crime of which I have personally been a victim.

The remarks I made on podcasts and interviews more than a year ago were about my personal life experiences. But I didn’t make that clear.

I will not apologize for dealing with my life experiences in the way that I choose to which is through humor and provocation. No one can tell me or anyone else who has lived through these experiences how they should best deal with those emotions.

But I am sorry to other abuse victims who my have interpreted what I said as flippant or uncaring. If my own personal way of dealing with what happened to me has hurt you.

I will never stop making jokes about taboo subjects.

Go into any drag bar or gay club, and you will hear joke after joke after joke about clerical sexual abuse. I am not afforded that same freedom, to make those kinds of jokes because the media chooses to selectively define me as a political figure in some circumstances, and a comedian in others and also of course because I’m a conservative.

But I said some things on those Internet live streams that were simply wrong.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Source: LYBIO.net
My employer Breitbart News has stood by me while others caved. They have allowed me to carry conservative and libertarian ideas to communities that would otherwise never have happened. They have been a significant factor in my success. And I’m grateful for that freedom and for the friendships that I forged there.

But I would be wrong to allow my poor choice of words to detract from my colleagues’ important job, which is why today I am resigning from Breitbart, effective immediately. This decision is mine alone.

When your friends have done right by you, it’s only right to do, right by them. And for me that means stepping aside so my colleagues at Breitbart can get back to the great work they do.

My book, Dangerous, has received interest from publishers after my previous publisher Simon and Schuster informed me they no longer wished to release it. The book will come out this year as planned, with perhaps an additional chapter.

I will be donating 10% of my royalties to child sex abuse charities.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Source: LYBIO.net
I haven’t ever apologized before. And I don’t anticipate ever doing it again. Name-calling doesn’t bother me and misreporting doesn’t bother me. But to be a victim of child abuse and at the same time be accused of being apologist for child abuse is absurd.

I regret the things that I said. I don’t think I’ve been as sorry about anything in my whole life. And this isn’t how I wanted my parents to find out about this either.

But let’s be clear about what’s happening here.

This is a cynical media witch hunt from people who don’t care about children. They care about destroying me and my career, by extension my allies. They know that although I made some outrageous statements, I’ve never actually done anything wrong. They held this story back. They held the footage back. The footage has been out there in the wild for over a year, because they don’t care about victims, they don’t care about children; they only care about bringing me down. They will fail.

I will, in the next couple of weeks, be announcing a new, independently-funded media venture of my own, and a live tour in the coming weeks, and new campus tour dates, part of my new Troll Academy talk.

I started my career as a technology reporter who wrote about politics but I have since mutated and grown into something quite different and much bigger. I’m now a performer with millions of fans in America and beyond. I’m grateful for the tens of thousands of messages that I have received and I look forward to making you all laugh, cry and think for many, many decades to come.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Source: LYBIO.net
My full focus is now going to be on entertaining and educating everyone, left, right and otherwise.

If you want to brand or stereotype me, good luck with that.

Don’t think for a moment that anything that has happened in the last 48 hours will ever stop me being as offensive, provocative and outrageously funny as I choose on any subject I please.

America has a colossal free speech problem. The land of the First Amendment has some of the most oppressive social restrictions on free expression anywhere in the Western world. I’m proud to be a warrior for free speech and creative expression.

I want everyone in America to have the right to do, be, say, read anything. I want people to be able to dress however they want, people to be able to play whatever video games they want. I want people to realize their potential and have the full limit of creative expression available to them. That is currently the case in America. America is the country I love, America is a country that has taken me in, it’s the people that have taken me in. And I’m very grateful for that. I am proud to be a free speech warrior in America, and I will continue to do that. I’m not going anywhere. Thank you very much. I will take, perhaps five questions.

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[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Source: LYBIO.net
Yeah.

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[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Yes.

So what you said in that [indiscernible], do you believe that? And what exactly is this about, is this apology, is this about new, or is this about no wonder I’m talking to you and you no longer are speaking [indiscernible].

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
This is about me apologizing for saying things I did not mean. This is me apologizing to other victims of abuse for comments that may be perceived by them as insensitive or flippant, which is unintended. You know – you sort of free wheel and spit ball in these boozy long late night Internet live streams, some have gone on for three four hours. And you play with ideas and sometimes these things come out half-baked. Although they are expressed in ways you didn’t intent.

For the most part, I do not believe that these videos show watch, reporting claims that they show. But for those statements that I did make where I misspoke, I’m here today to apologize.

[Reporter:]
You spoke with some of the organizers of the of the [indiscernible] protest and they said what’s happening right now, which you just said and what’s happening with you in the mainstream media. [indiscernible]. What do you say about that?

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Well this isn’t really about me crowing, but I don’t this has done any harm for my profile and I think more people are going to read what I have to say on the subject to free speech as result of this. May not be from the same publisher, and it may not be from the same – under the same masthead. But I have an opportunity now, through what has happened. And this has not been a pleasant 48 hours for me. I have an opportunity now, through what has happened, to reach an even larger audience, and I intend to do so.

[Cross Talk Inaudible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Could you be – could you be respectful of other people, please.

[Indiscernible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
No.

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[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
I’m on an O-1B, alien of extraordinary ability.

[Indiscernible]

[Reporter:]
I’m looking at seeing you I’m not sure you’ve been looking [indiscernible]. Turn out here.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Yes.

[Reporter:]
Why did you just tell us about our culture becoming so much interest about you.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Yes.

[Reporter:]
About this controversy.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Yes.

[Reporter:]
And about what’s happened over the last month from Berkeley to this point.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Well I think this is something very obvious and very clear which is that America has a gigantic free speech problem, both the left and the right are guilty of that.

In the 90’s it was the religious right saying the video games could make you violent. Now it is feminists and social justice warriors saying video games can you sexist. And all of the associated forms of school moemishness and nanying and [pogo clutching], language policing, the safe space culture, trigger warnings culture, all of this stuff, is designed to restrict the free expression of the rest of America.

And it is perpetuated by elites on the people, it is perpetuated by well-funded, well-educated people in coastal cities on the rest of us.

On the perfectly innocent pursuits, and perfectly innocent expressions, perfectly innocent language, my rapid rise in the last year, I think, is testament to the huge hunger from both sides. Because I got to tell you, most of the people at my talks are not your typical colleagues republicans.

My rise in the interest in this story is testament to the fact that America is crying out for somebody. If you will say the un-sayable, who will break taboos. And who resists – fearlessly resists those who wanted to clamp down on free speech and free expression, that’s what I think it says and I think it’s very clear.

[Reporter:]
A quick follow-up.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Okay.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Are you involved in sort of allow you to sort of [indiscernible] in the line walking up to the line. Do you now cross over the line [indiscernible] the relevant thing?

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
No. If I thought that that was the case, I wouldn’t be making an appeal now.

[Reporter:]
Why would you be making an appeal?

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Well, no, I thought I’d cross line over to relevancy then I would be with my tail between my leg somewhere. I’m apologizing for a small cluster of remarks that I made, some of which I think you are taking out of context, there was obviously some deceptive editing that happened there. One or two of those comments I did not mean, I did not reflect my believes.

And I think, you know, I’ve never apologized for anything else before, I don’t anticipate doing it again, but this particular subject strikes pretty close to home for me. So I.

[Cross Talk Inaudible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
It was very.

[Cross Talk Inaudible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
It was very important for me to clarify my position on this particular subject given my personal history with it.

[Reporter:]
Do you stand by your comment —

[Cross Talk Inaudible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Sorry say again.

[Reporter:]
Thank you. Good meeting you.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Hi.

[Reporter:] Source: LYBIO.net
Do you think that there are homophobic undertones – the fact that this particular topic is the one that finally crossed the line. And you know that humans have historically been antiquated with pedophilia and given that you have done some rather controversial things in fact?

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Well statistically speaking there there’s no evidence to suppose that paedophilia and homosexuality are related, thought I think that the numbers show a slight preponderance. I think paedophilias are slightly more likely to be gay. That is to say slightly more like to be an into-boys if they’re men than into girls, but not very much.

I know the CPAC has a long and complex history with gays. I know that one of the organizers of CPAC was fired for trying to welcome low cabin republicans into the tent. I know that there have been a lot of problems with CPAC and homosexuals.

I – I think if you look at the crowds that follow me around. You know – Louisiana State University we filled 1,200 seats in 48 hours. I came out in drag – in full drag as a drag queen to give a talk a about fat shaming and 1,200 Republicans gave me a standing ovation. This hasn’t happen in the history of this country before. And I’m very proud to be introducing normal gays to Republicans in conservative America, we don’t all have to be like – you know – the stereotype, the pink suite and ludicrousness if a lot of gays that you see on television that said, I think the problem is the way gays are represented on TV. I’ve probably done more for the image of gays in the flyover states than you know – all the associated – than all of the gay charities, gay activist groups, and gay publications over the last 30 years.

I think they’ve seen me and I get emails every day along these lines. They’ve seen me and they’ve realized, I get emails from mothers sometimes and they say, my son is gay and I was terrified that he was going to turn into Ross Mathews. But you’ve made me realize actually that gay people can be okay. I’m very proud of that, I’m very happy of that – for that.

If there was any extent to which homophobia played into CPAC’s decision, I certainly wasn’t aware of it. And I know that many people within CPAC have been very supportive of me appearing there – I’m not a traditional representative for American conservatism, I’ve never painted myself that way I’m a visitor to this country. All I can really do is express my opinion having been here for year and a half.

But given the level of interest, the sheer number of people who seem to love me and who want to buy my book and come to my shows, and all that kind of thing, I think, it was only logical of the CAPC would seek to book somebody like that. Somebody who was obviously the most interesting thing happening in American conservatism right now.

[Reporter:]
Milo! Milo!

[Cross Talk Inaudible]

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[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Yes.

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[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Source: L Y B I O.net
Yes.

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[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
No, I don’t – I don’t intend to go head-to-head with Breitbart in any respect whatsoever, but I will be doing a lot more of the same that I have been doing just not under the Breitbart banner. We have received some preliminary funding for that, I expect to be raising more. I think it will just be more of the same, college tours, probably commercial tours, more TV, more video, more everything.

I’m going to focus now – you know now on entertainment, on education, and less perhaps on journalism. I’ve sort of outgrown my role, I think, as Technology Breitbart – which is fairly obvious. I’m going to be focus – I’m going to be doubling down on education and entertainment and see where it takes me the next year.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
I can do one or two more. Yeah.

[Reporter:]
Okay so, we at the Gateway discovered that the original attacks on you came from two key sources, democratic activists with ties to George Soros in addition to a broad presidential candidate Evan McMullin and CPAC. So these #NeverTrump websites and individuals continue to invest vast amounts of money and time in attacking Trump supporters and members of the current administration. My two questions would be: What do you think of these Anti-Trump groups and their continued attacks? And my second one is, do you think that these groups have any future in the Republican Party? What would you say to them?

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Publications, and activist groups and political operatives who insist on preserving their own power, these are people who have sold out your own country to line their own pockets. These people are dying if not already dead. Their publications have no readers, they’re – you know, it was very obvious that this was a highly coordinated, and very well planned and well funded attack on me. But I do have to take responsibility for what I said. None-the-less, everyone at home can see what’s happening. And everyone at home can appreciate when Donald Trump was voted into the White House but the whole Republican Party absolutely hates him. Then – something has to change. There has to be a break at some point. This sort of populist, nationalist revolution that is happening, the anti-political correctness, pro-free speech revolution that is happening all over the Western World is not going anywhere.

For the last thirty years, speech codes have been the order of the day, and rightwing politicians have run terrified and screaming for allegations of racism and sexism and basically given ground on almost every serious issue.

Well, that’s changing with the rise of bold – bold electorates and bold politicians. Donald Trump is an example of that. I’m an example a cultural figure related to that social change. And we are going to represent the next 30 years. This last 48 hours has been a horrible, and humiliating, and degrading experience for me, but I’m going to be around for another 30 years. Many of the people who are organizing everything they possibly can to take me down will not be.

I will do one or two more.

[Indiscernible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
We’ve had you sir, I’m sorry. Yeah go ahead.

[Reporter:]
Milo, let me talk to you about – [Indiscernible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Well I just like to clarify there, I said in a segment of the video that was cut, which most of you will not have seen, that I felt that the age of consent was quote ‘about right’. I have no desire or wish, I don’t think it’s desirable or justifiable to change the age of consent. I think the age of consent in my mom’s native Germany of 14 is too young.

[Reporter:]
Okay. The one question I had is on the statements you do, right, you do issue very provocative statements [..] very offensive.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Yes.

[Reporter:]
This is one that you said is very offensive and that’s gay marriage – engaged on our slaves because we [indiscernible].

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Yes.

[Reporter:]
Let me tell you the 1964 Civil Rights Act was signed by our greatest President of The United States and his name is – [..] [Indiscernible] He signed that – Civil Rights never ever [..] [..] your argument is not only non-original and Non-American but is also ignorant and racist I was just wondering — .

[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Source: LYBIO.net
I think it was a funny joke and I stand by it. And I don’t take comparisons to Ann Coulter to be insulting. She sells a hell of a lot of books.

[Cross Talk Inaudible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Uh ya.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
I – there’s been interest obviously, since Simon & Schuster use to decide it at the first opportunity to jettison it. I’m sure they’ll lot of plaudits in New York cocktail parties. But the people who actually want to read it, the people who support me and believe in what I’m saying, in there are millions will I’m sure seek out, wherever it is published by the next person. We expect to go to announce something about that in the next couple of weeks.

[Indiscernible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
The book – the book – the book will come out – the book will come out this year as planned.

[Cross Talk Inaudible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
I don’t think that’s clear yet.

[Cross Talk Inaudible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
I probably won’t go to CPAC, I don’t think it would be indecorous for me to go and cause a fuss.

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[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Sorry.

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[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Alex has been nothing but supportive he’s been one of the – I think, Alex Marlow is the editor-in-chief of the Breitbart, in case some of you don’t know. He is probably the most gifted editor of his generation. He has extraordinary abilities. He’s taken Breitbart from an up-star insurgent website to the number three news organizations in the country. Anyone in here from the New York Times or CNN you are the only people in the room who have more readers than Breitbart now.

And that is mainly due to the great insight and gifts about Alex Marlow, he’s been nothing but supportive to me. And as for the specifics whose announcements or whatever, I think, I’ll – I think – I think I’ll keep that confidential.

[Cross Talk Inaudible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Let’s do.

[Indiscernible] what’s your relationship with Steve Bannon? When was the last time you saw him?

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Steve Bannon brought me into Breitbart. Steve Bannon is one of the most formidable and brilliant political operatives of his generation. I have nothing but admiration for the guy. Not an easy person to work for, if you’re a slacker. Not an easy person to work for, if you don’t show up to work or if you don’t really give everything your all. Fortunately, I’m not one of those people. I haven’t spoken to Steve for a very long time, since before he took the job at the White House.

[Cross Talk Inaudible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Yeah, Steve Bannon, you know, has populated Breitbart with, you know, a disproportionately Jewish, ethnic minority and gay senior editorial team, you know, and we are – well, we were, I should say, far more diverse than any of the people criticizing Breitbart for alleged racism or God knows what it is this – today.

I have a question.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Yeah, yeah go ahead.

[Reporter:]
What would you say to other 13 year olds in your situation right now — given that they are —

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[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Some of the comments that I’ve made about sexual assault, sexual abuses, I’ve come across those callous because I think the message that I was trying to send was it doesn’t have to ruin your life. It didn’t ruin mine, it certainly didn’t – well it’s certainly affected mine. Remains to be seen whether it’s ruined it.

But I would encourage people not to buy into the victimhood culture.

Do not let it define the rest of your life.

Do not let it color every decision you ever make and every – everything that ever happens to you.

It was only really on reflection that I realized that most of my 20s which was spent drinking and partying, waking up in random places in […] on – in four in the afternoon on a Tuesday, were probably be running away from something.

So I might have not perceived at that time that that was the root cause, but I’m pretty sure it was. And it took me until I was about 30 to straighten myself out. But I did, and I’m now doing very well and I’m very grateful for all the people who have my back, which is my inbox has been extraordinary.

I think this is a big gulf between the public and the media in this country. Nobody really will be surprised or outraged by that statement. Most journalists simply have no understanding whatsoever, of the country they’re reporting on. I have a really good understanding of this country. And that’s just from being here for years as a foreigner. May be it takes a foreigner to sort of come with open eyes and without prejudice and without preconceptions.

Most journalists simply don’t understand the country they’re reporting on, I do. I just want anybody in my position, I mean, I lost my virginity as at 13-teen and things that happened to me between 13 and 16, it’s not the worst thing that’s ever going to happen to you. And I know that some people will find that in itself, an outrageous statement. But it simply isn’t the worst thing that will ever happen to you. Going bankrupt is worse. All kinds of other things that may happen in your life could be worse. So don’t allow it to define you and don’t allow it to shape your decision-making, because then they win.

All right, I’m going to do one – may be one or two. Yeah you go ahead.

Your protest is outside, [indiscernible] outside.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
I can, yes.

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[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Source: LYBIO.net
Well it’s a very simple thing. You know, people who actually come to my shows, who read my columns, tend to end up quite liking me even if they don’t agree with me on everything. People who just read the headlines obviously have the views that these people outside have.

And that is part of, you know, part of the failing of the media in this country. They have gleefully reported things about me they know aren’t true over the last 48 hours. With the result, you know, that you now all know. And you guys are responsible for that, and fuck you for that. Because you – you know, you did a bad thing. I take responsibility for the words I used. I take responsibility for the things that I said.

But I don’t believe that any journalist writing a story or any editor pressing the publish button believes that I sincerely advocate for or support pedophilia. It’s an absurd and ridiculous allegation but they gleefully printed it anyway.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
America knows better, and knows different. I’ll take one more question.

[Reporter:]
I have one.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Yeah, okay.

[Indiscernible]

[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Yeah.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
You are saying you are taking responsibility for your comments now, but as you said many of those comments were made months ago, a year ago.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Yeah.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Why did it take you this long to make these kinds of statements?

[Milo Yiannopoulos:]
Well, frankly, I didn’t even remember that I had made them. I didn’t even recall them. I mean, these videos have been out there for over a year, I do hundreds of interviews a month. There are thousands of hours of me shooting shit on YouTube, out there. And I – I don’t remember individual provocative statements that I’ve made until they are brought to my attention. Nobody would.

Having had them presented to me and having been asked about them, I realize now that there are two statements in particular that do not reflect my views for which I apologize. The rest, I think, people, you know, I don’t see why I can’t make a joke about clerical sexual abuse, but a drag queen and a club two blocks away can. And I think that’s double standard and its got a lot to do with politics.

Thank you.

[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Thank you.

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[Milo Yiannopoulos:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
I have negative feedback about everything all the time. I don’t – if I read that, I wouldn’t get a chance to do anything else. My life is one long fielding of negative feedback, but certainly nothing serious about those, no. And that’s how you know that this is a politically motivated witch-hunt. The other way you know is that people knew about this stuff a year ago and didn’t print anything. They waited until the most damaging possible moment. And everybody knows that. And I think America will judge accordingly.

Thank you very much for coming. Thanks. Thanks a lot.

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