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Over the weekend on the record went to New Mexico to talk one on one with -- governor Martinez but first she took -- to her family's business in El Paso, Texas.
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Is now my -- this -- that this was takes -- security guards in this.
This is where my parents started their business back in the late seventies learned that were in existence for about 25 minutes and this is.
One probably does Texas right that tenure as governor didn't actually put daylight coming up and they didn't let me get me a -- This business.
-- -- Surely we lives paycheck to paycheck when they started the business -- -- -- -- -- we had those savings speak out and they started out where is the -- security guards.
As my father is here that I was security guard and we had a -- -- that was the office.
-- what's in this office.
At the beginning -- -- of the kids that are house that we -- have this building.
And so I was used to work at -- Catholic being done.
In the parking -- makes him feel good with the cars at nighttime.
NN senior -- -- -- the Republican message eventually spoke a little bit about beat -- my dad was a cop I'm gonna forehead.
Instead he wanted to make sure I had the proper.
Equipment to these big -- -- -- in -- eighteen -- every 57 Magnum and had a motive for the uniformly bad for my parents.
We walk the parking lot.
Listen and understand businesses where they just announced that sort of -- business from another father initially yes because my mother didn't give up pretty tough.
My mother continued to work pretty down and -- she was an office assistant and then at night at home would do the books for this business.
-- so Wisconsin for her I went to college.
That you -- during the daytime and then I was a security guard at nighttime.
And so my dad of course was hustling for the contracts.
Any chance to have some respects small business -- let me.
I didn't hear about it it's -- I think it's -- at least sounds to me like black he wouldn't work for myself I mean he wanted to work for himself than that and be able to.
Decided make decisions themselves as to how big or small anyone this Mississippi.
Humanities -- -- Your brother -- -- -- yes right and residents have been some modification thank you Google apparently yes I wish he had.
A good sister -- -- I haven't had a Hillary Clinton but I don't -- don't we look at that but the offseason yeah.
But -- She always wanted things done current Google -- look.
I don't know what her early morning and even when she was really young my grandmother.
Labeled her a little -- -- which means the little lawyer.
Because she could always talk.
From a very very young age and make a lot of sense.
It's the -- -- mean you didn't.
Necessarily get the -- to be a small business owner -- you were involved in the launching the small business.
Seem to have had an -- obviously Stanford student Kelsey doing the secretary when -- president of the student council.
And you but elected bust your brother -- at at at at at Aetna at -- at the really poor track I -- become a liar.
You know I.
-- killer because I thought you had to be a lawyer in order to get into national politics.
I actually wanted to be getting the politics since.
-- -- -- eighth grade freshman.
I would watch.
With the senators and congressman.
Television I think.
I -- like Susie Dan I think I think it would have become something like that and most of whom are lawyers and so I thought I had to be a lawyer and so I start down that path.
When I was a freshman there -- two teachers who actually talks and people DS and young girls.
And we talk -- -- where you Libyan fighters tenure fifteen years what it what is your plan in life.
And I remember thinking why -- gonna be -- -- The city.
Because I didn't really have.
A role model beyond now.
-- in this civil Y why just a mayor -- why would you stop there as well.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- This I just NCAA wanted at a higher level in government.
And they so why not.
You know think about being governor think about being something else and and now -- the first time I really thought I I can't I don't have to limit myself.
And back and -- so governor Martinez takes -- to the place where in 2009.
She first announced her run for governor.
Hi this is my story made your announcement for governor for this.
Wanted to Democrat didn't your -- get more.
That might sound if something happens.
Do we became friends.
Throughout the years.
And I was district attorney -- ran for district attorney was very supportive financially.
Providing food for all my events fans I consider a friend and I want to also earned the respect.
And the vote of Democrat.
And so I thought this was a perfect place to start to build that bipartisan relationship I wanted -- might -- -- ever became governor -- a lot.
Here's the standard and then -- you -- be years in this state legally in this country illegally extended Paris I suspect you -- to change back to how and why.
Well because Mexicans quarantined I don't know why it's any different so -- changing because.
The law was her first -- because he wants to increase the number of insured drivers they did nothing for the we sell our bottom of the country is hard to ensure drivers and what you're -- about.
Pond that 2010.
And so what it did was -- -- any criminal industry.
Into the New Mexico.
Organized crime and people were charging 2005000.
Dollars -- to be provided with the legal documents.
Fraudulent documents cleaning your residence when you're not.
With AES contract for an apartment complex utilities bank records etc.
We -- you know his real name.
Your real name is on the stock.
Clinton -- -- driver's license and they wouldn't change that driver's license for -- -- -- And you're here and you know under the break we don't know when your feet and the law intended was for someone who lived in New Mexico.
And why are we have people from all over the world for here illegally.
Who are paying to get that Mexico driver's license relief.
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