For a bill to become law, it truly has to be the will of the people, and for a president to stop the will of the people and stop what you're trying to do in your state is not the role of Washington.
I encourage people to find and use the power of their voices just as much when I do not agree with those voices as when I do agree with them.
People ask the question, 'If you're offered VP, would you take it?' No, I won't take it.
Protests are fine. But in South Carolina we believe in the rule of law, and the people of this state should never doubt that as governor, I will enforce it.
South Carolinians are strong, independently-minded people. At the end of the day, they make their own decisions. And I respect them for that. And I welcome that. And I told him that from the very beginning.
The people of South Carolina support conservatives who are trying to push real change, and the people of South Carolina expect their presidential candidates to back them up when they show courage.
You don't go to the people that are just like you. You go to the people that you have to earn their credit.