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The Trump Archive collects TV news shows containing debates, speeches, rallies, and other broadcasts related to President-elect Donald Trump. See or download fact checks of Trump's statements by FactCheck.org , PolitiFact , and The Washington Post’s Fact Checker . This evolving non-commercial, searchable collection is designed to preserve the historical record for posterity. Here is a how-to on using the Trump Archive. he project is a work in progress, with improvements planned for expanding...
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A collection of TV News clips that have been fact checked by FactCheck.org, PolitiFact, The Washington Post's Fact Checker, or other fact checking organizations. See a downloadable table with fact checks organized by topic, date, and fact check sources   here . p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica; color: #454545}  
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The U.S. Congress Archive collects TV news shows containing debates, speeches, rallies, and other broadcasts related to members of the U.S. Congress.  See or download fact checks by FactCheck.org , PolitiFact , and The Washington Postís Fact Checker . This project, a work in progress, is an evolving non-commercial, searchable collection is designed to preserve the historical record for posterity. For details about how we create our archives of public officials, see the Trump Archive ....
Understanding 9/11: A Television News Archive
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The 9/11 Television News Archive is a library of news coverage of the events of 9/11/2001 and their aftermath as presented by U.S. and international broadcasters. A resource for scholars, journalists, and the public, it presents one week of news broadcasts for study, research and analysis. Television is our pre-eminent medium of information, entertainment and persuasion, but until now it has not been a medium of record. This Archive attempts to address this gap by making TV news coverage of...
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Collection of political ads.  Visualization of ads over US markets: /details/tv?markets Also viewable through PoliticalAdArchive.org .
TV NSA Clip Library
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Experimental library of TV news clips pertaining to recent revelations about the NSA and its oversight
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This is part of the larger TV News Archive . The project explored the public interest values of a digital library of 2014 political TV advertising, centered in the Philadelphia metro region. Media & Money The Internet Archive is presenting searchable online libraries of the Philadelphia-region’s political advertising, television news, and a wide range of related web and social media content leading up to the 2014 election. We partnered with the Sunlight Foundation , Philadelphia’s...
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An exhibit of news broadcasts from around January 1st, 2012 from more than 60 stations in 30 countries. We hope the Happy News Year exhibit will highlight the amazing breadth of culture and opinion available through daily television news.
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[LIVE] Sean Spicer briefed reporters and responded to their questions at his daily briefing. People: Sean Spicer Sponsor: White House
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CBS' venerable Sunday-morning newsmaker-interview show also aired in prime time in 1960 and '61. When the series premiered in 1954, the first guest was Sen. Joseph McCarthy.
Topics: Russia, Elections, Homeland SecurityCBS' venerable Sunday-morning newsmaker-interview show also aired in prime time in 1960 and '61. When the series premiered in 1954, the first guest was Sen. Joseph McCarthy.
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CBS' venerable Sunday-morning newsmaker-interview show also aired in prime time in 1960 and '61. When the series premiered in 1954, the first guest was Sen. Joseph McCarthy.
Topics: Health Care, Government regulation, Medicare, MedicaidCBS' venerable Sunday-morning newsmaker-interview show also aired in prime time in 1960 and '61. When the series premiered in 1954, the first guest was Sen. Joseph McCarthy.
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President Trump addressed the National Rifle Association's annual meeting in Atlanta where he thanked the NRA and its members for their support, and among other topics, promised that he and his administration would protect and defend the Second Amendment. Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
Topic: Supreme CourtPresident Trump addressed the National Rifle Association's annual meeting in Atlanta where he thanked the NRA and its members for their support, and among other topics, promised that he and his administration would protect and defend the Second Amendment. Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
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A chronicle of President Donald Trump's first few months in the Oval Office, including policy proposals, cabinet picks, media coverage and what voters think of his agenda.
Topic: TaxesA chronicle of President Donald Trump's first few months in the Oval Office, including policy proposals, cabinet picks, media coverage and what voters think of his agenda.
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A chronicle of President Donald Trump's first few months in the Oval Office, including policy proposals, cabinet picks, media coverage and what voters think of his agenda.
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[LIVE] Secretary of State Rex Tillerson chaired a U.N. Security Council briefing on the latest developments in North Korea, including international efforts to prevent the country from further development of its nuclear program. Sponsor: United Nations | Security Council
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[LIVE] Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and National Economic Director Gary Cohn briefed reporters at the White House on the Trump administration's tax proposal. Sponsor: White House
Topic: Taxes[LIVE] Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and National Economic Director Gary Cohn briefed reporters at the White House on the Trump administration's tax proposal. Sponsor: White House
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Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross made an appearance at the White House daily briefing announcing the administration will impose a 20 percent tariff on softwood lumber from Canada. Secretary Ross said disputes with Canada emphasize the need to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). In addition, Press Secretary Sean Spicer answered reporter questions saying he doesn't know whether former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn broke the law or not. On the U.S.-Mexico border wall, Mr. Spicer said President Trump's priorities have not changed and there will be a wall built. People: Sean M. Spicer Sponsor: White House
Topics: Congress, HistoryCommerce Secretary Wilbur Ross made an appearance at the White House daily briefing announcing the administration will impose a 20 percent tariff on softwood lumber from Canada. Secretary Ross said disputes with Canada emphasize the need to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). In addition, Press Secretary Sean Spicer answered reporter questions saying he doesn't know whether former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn broke the law or not. On...
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Ivanka Trump joined German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, and several other women leaders at a conference in Berlin discussing women's entrepreneurship and empowerment. Ms. Trump was pressed about President Trump's attitude toward women after she described her father as "a champion of supporting families." The panelists, which included International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde and Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, discussed access to capital, feminism, and mentorship opportunities for women in business. People: Christine Lagarde; Angela Merkel; Ivanka Trump Sponsor: Women20
Topic: FamiliesIvanka Trump joined German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, and several other women leaders at a conference in Berlin discussing women's entrepreneurship and empowerment. Ms. Trump was pressed about President Trump's attitude toward women after she described her father as "a champion of supporting families." The panelists, which included International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde and Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia...
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Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.); anthropologist Jane Goodall; Office of Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney. Panelists include former White House adviser Karl Rove, Peter Baker (New York Times), Charles Lane (Washington Post) and Kimberley Strassel (Wall Street Journal).
Topic: ImmigrationSen. James Lankford (R-Okla.); anthropologist Jane Goodall; Office of Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney. Panelists include former White House adviser Karl Rove, Peter Baker (New York Times), Charles Lane (Washington Post) and Kimberley Strassel (Wall Street Journal).
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ABC News' Sunday-morning news forum.
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Brian Williams examines the day's top political stories and current political-campaign news.
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The day's headlines; news analysis.
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Topics: China, Foreign Policy, North Korea
A morning show that highlights the latest headlines in news, weather, sports and entertainment, and is known for the cohosts' casual and spontaneous discussions.
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Jennifer Hudson; Chris Hayes; Christian Borle.
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Sean Spicer briefed reporters and responded to questions on a variety of topics. He reiterated that all options remained on the table to deal with the threat of North Korea and its nuclear program. Secretary Spicer also stressed that the president would not publically announce his strategy or what options he had available to him in dealing with North Korea. Other topics included the White House visitor logs and the president's tax returns. People: Sean M. Spicer Sponsor: White House
Topic: TransparencySean Spicer briefed reporters and responded to questions on a variety of topics. He reiterated that all options remained on the table to deal with the threat of North Korea and its nuclear program. Secretary Spicer also stressed that the president would not publically announce his strategy or what options he had available to him in dealing with North Korea. Other topics included the White House visitor logs and the president's tax returns. People: Sean M. Spicer Sponsor:...
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A morning show that highlights the latest headlines in news, weather, sports and entertainment, and is known for the cohosts' casual and spontaneous discussions.
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[LIVE] President Trump and NATO Secretary General Jens Stotenberg held a joint news conference. People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
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Topic: Syria
The major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
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The major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
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The major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
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Topics: Chemical Weapons, History, Military
Sean Spicer briefed reporters and responded to questions on a range of issues, including whether Russia had prior knowledge of the previous week's chemical attacks in Syria. While talking about the attacks, which the administration was blaming on Syrian President Bashar Assad, Mr. Spicer said that "Adolf Hitler didn't even sink to using chemical weapons," a comment at odds with Hitler's extermination of Jews during the Holocaust using gas chambers. Later he clarified the statement. Mr. Spicer also talked about U.S.-China relations, North Korea, efforts to replace the Affordable Care Act, and tax reform. People: Sean M. Spicer Sponsor: White House
Topics: Chemical Weapons, History, MilitarySean Spicer briefed reporters and responded to questions on a range of issues, including whether Russia had prior knowledge of the previous week's chemical attacks in Syria. While talking about the attacks, which the administration was blaming on Syrian President Bashar Assad, Mr. Spicer said that "Adolf Hitler didn't even sink to using chemical weapons," a comment at odds with Hitler's extermination of Jews during the Holocaust using gas...
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) told reporters he suppored the U.S. missile strikes in Syria. He called it well planned, well executed, and certainly more than a "pin prick" to the Assad regime. He added that the strikes also signaled that America was back and sent a message to North Korea, Russia, and Iran that America was leading again. Senator McConnell also talked about the confirmation vote for Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch, federal spending, and Republican efforts to replace the Affordable Care Act. People: Mitch McConnell Jr. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol | Senate Radio and Television Gallery
Topics: Foreign Policy, Military, SyriaSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) told reporters he suppored the U.S. missile strikes in Syria. He called it well planned, well executed, and certainly more than a "pin prick" to the Assad regime. He added that the strikes also signaled that America was back and sent a message to North Korea, Russia, and Iran that America was leading again. Senator McConnell also talked about the confirmation vote for Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil...
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[LIVE] President Trump and Jordan's King Abdullah held a joint news conference in the Rose Garden following their bilateral meeting. The president strongly condemned a deadly gas attack in Idlib, Syria, which he characterized as an affront to humanity carried out by the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. He also spoke about the U.S.-Jordan relationship, and called Jordan a strong partner in the fight against terrorism, as well as providing humanitarian assistance to refugees fleeing areas of conflict. People: Abdullah II; Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
Topics: Syria, Foreign Policy[LIVE] President Trump and Jordan's King Abdullah held a joint news conference in the Rose Garden following their bilateral meeting. The president strongly condemned a deadly gas attack in Idlib, Syria, which he characterized as an affront to humanity carried out by the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. He also spoke about the U.S.-Jordan relationship, and called Jordan a strong partner in the fight against terrorism, as well as providing humanitarian...
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President Trump spoke at a White House town hall meeting with CEOs and other business leaders about some of his initiatives concerning infrastructure, eliminating regulations, education and workforce development. He was introduced by Vice President Pence. People: Reed Cordish; Mike Pence; Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
Topic: EnvironmentPresident Trump spoke at a White House town hall meeting with CEOs and other business leaders about some of his initiatives concerning infrastructure, eliminating regulations, education and workforce development. He was introduced by Vice President Pence. People: Reed Cordish; Mike Pence; Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
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>> unbelieva >>> and a very good morning, in washington, we have a lot of out there. fog there is some rain tonigthis wed windy. a nor'easter building in the northeast for friday. all that weather was brought to you by mercedes-benz. this isn't the only parade going on in town. our melissa rycroft is in new york city for the macy's day parade. >> that's right. we're on the streets. where did you come from? >> i'm from long island. >> where did you come from? >> akron, ohio. >> what about you, buddy? how far did you travel? >> from new jersey. >> what are you most excited about? >> spider-man. >> spider-man, leading the parade off.
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special counsel and congress. and one of the few people in that meeting, national security adviser general h.r. mcmaster. he's our exclusive guest this morning from saudi arabia with the president. thank you for joining us today. i want to get to the trip. first, questions about the meeting you all had with the russian foreign minister. "the new york times" reporting the president said in the meeting -- i just fired the head of the fbi. he was crazy. real nut job. i faced great pressure because of russia. now that's taken off. is that what the president said? >> well, i don't remember exactly what the president said. and, the notes that they apparently have, i do not think are a direct transcript. the gist of the conversation was that the president feels as if he's hamstrung in his ability to work with russia to find areas of cooperation because this has been obviously so much in the news. that was the intention of that portion of the conversation. >> did you know he was going to report that to the russians? what did you think when you heard it? >> report what, george? >> what he said about james comey, that he fired him and why? >> the firing had been in the news. but i didn't know in advance that the president was going to raise it. as i mentioned, he raised it in the context of explaining that he has been feeling as if he's been unable to find areas of cooperation with russia even as he confronts them in key areas where they're being disruptive, like syria. the subversive activities around europe. the support for the assad regime and for iran and its activities across the middle east. >> did you understand how this might look to an average american right now? the president of the united states telling the russian foreign minister in their first meeting that the pressure is off because he's fired the fbi director investigating russian interference in the campaign. does that seem appropriate to you? >> as you know, it's very difficult to take a few lines, a paragraph out of what are -- what appear to be notes of that meeting. and to be able to see the full context of the conversation. as i mentioned last week, the really purpose of the conversation was to confront russia on areas, as i mentioned, like you -- eukraine and syria and their support for assad and the iranians. that was the intent of that conversation was to say, what i would like to do is move beyond all of the russia news so that we can find areas of cooperation. >> so did the president confront them on their interference in our election? this was their first meeting. >> there already was too much leaked from those meetings. one of the things i'm most concerned about is the confidence. the confidentiality of those kind of meetings. as you know, they're extremely important. so, i am really concerned about these kind of leaks because it undermines everybody's trust in that kind of an environment. where you can have frank, candid, and often times unconventional conversations to try to protect american interests and secure the american people. >> i understand your concern about leaks. i can see the -- feeling of perhaps someone likely on your staff or in your community who leaked this thinking they had a duty to leak it because you have this apparent contradiction. the president disparaging the person who was investigating the russians but not confronting the russians who interfered in our election. >> well, as you know, the initial leak that came out was a leak about concerns about revealing intelligence sources and methods. information that is not even a part of the president's briefing. so in a concern about divulging intelligence, they also indicated the sources to a newspaper? it doesn't make sense, george. >> i take your point on that. there's the question of whether or not it was right for the president to give that information to the russians. but i guess that's a direct question. did the president confront the russians on their interference in our election? >> well, i'm not going to divulge more of that meeting. those meetings, as you know, are supposed to be privileged. they're supposed to be confidential. they're supposed to allow the president and other leaders to have frank exchanging. >> one final question. sean spicer has spoken out. the president's press secretary. he said by grandstanding and politicizing the investigation into russia's actions, james comey created unnecessary pressure on our ability to engage and negotiate with russia. do you agree that the former fbi director's grandstanding and politicizing, sean spicer's words, hurt our ability to deal with russia? >> i think what's been hurting our ability to deal with russia more than any other factor has been russia's behavior. since president trump has taken action in syria, we think there may be opportunities to find areas of cooperation in places like ukraine, places like syria in particular. >> after your first press conference on that meeting, your friend and former colleague, retired colonel john neagle told npr that you're in an impossible situation because the president expects you to defend the indefensible. what's your response? >> i don't think i'm in an impossible situation. i think what the president expects, what is my duty to do as national security adviser and as an officer in our army is to give my best advice. to give my best, candid advice. nobody elected me to make policy. what my job is is to give the president options, to integrate the efforts across all of our agencies and departments. and then once the president makes decisions, to help him execute those decisions to protect and advance the interests of the american people. so, i find no difficulty at all serving our nation and serving the president in my current capacity. >> if the president put you in that position as you wrote about with president johnson and vietnam, would you resign? would you push back? >> well, you know, there was some middle ground there during the vietnam period. what occurred is many of the president's senior advisors, civilian and military, didn't give their best advice. they concluded that what would be appropriate for them to do given what president johnson expected was to tell him the advice he wanted to hear. i don't think the president expects that from me. certainly, i don't think i would be fulfilling my duties and responsibilities unless i gave him not just my candid advice. that's not my job either. to integrate and coordinate to give him the best advice from across our government and with our key multinational partners. >> it sounds like one of the difficulties of the meeting, and i do want to get on to the trip, is that when the president disparaged james comey, apparently did not confront the russians over this, he didn't even ask your advice? >> george, what i would like to talk about is where i am right now. in aud -- saudi arabia. i think i answered the questions concerning the media. i would like to move on while we still have time. >> we will have time. did the president ask you your advice about this before he talked about james comey? >> the president always asks our advice before these sorts of sessions. the subject of that fbi investigation, to my recollection, didn't come up. really, that conversation, though i don't want to talk about any more of the specifics from within it, covered a broad range of subjects. most of which had to do with areas in which we think russia's behavior has been unacceptable and is an increasing risk to the international security is supporting those helping to create a humanitarian crisis. in syria and across the region. that would be the assad regime. and iran. but then also look for areas where we could cooperate. begin to move to a resolution of conflicts in ukraine and syria. and be able to cooperate more effectively in our counterterrorism campaigns. >> let's talk broadly about the goal of this trip. the president said he had a very good start. what do you want to accomplish? >> three main things. the first is to advance the security of the american people. to recognize that to do that, america needs allies and partners to deal with the complex problems that we're dealing with. in this region, those are two main and interconnected problems. the problem of transnational terrorist organizations, some of which i now, like isis, control territory and populations and resources. but then, how that problem is connected more broadly to the problem of islamist extremism and the brain-washing of an irreligious ideology that is meant to foment hatred. and justify violence against innocents. and the second problem of iran. and iran's actions, which we believe are aimed at keeping the world mired in civil war. you see it in syria. a great human cost. you see it in yemen. you see it in a certain extent in iraq. security, cooperation. counterterrorism. counterextremism is a big part -- >> as you know, the saudis -- >> the second part -- >> go ahead. >> the second part is economic cooperation. being able to get better access to markets. develop trade relationships. create american jobs. a lot of important signings happened in that connection. and the third is to foster, this is just for this leg of the trip, better defense cooperation in the region and to encourage additional burden-sharing. responsibility-sharing. with allies and partners. so americans don't foot the full bill for security in this region and globally, as well. >> the saudis have been, in the past, consistent backers of extremists around the region and around the world. are you convinced they're ready to change? >> we're going to ask them to convince us. there are very good first steps being taken. with the establishment of the center for combatting global extremism, or terrorist extremism. we'll have to see the results. willingness to talk about it is somewhat different than the past. as you know, the record is poor. back to the '60s and '70s and beyond. and to today. we need to convene leaders. across all religions. the big theme of the trip is to promote tolerance and cooperation across all religions. to identify these terrorists for who they are. the enemies of all civilized people. i irreligio irreligious criminals who use a perverted interpretation of religion to advance their agendas. that's the tone and tenor of the conversations that happened today. funding has to be cut off to these groups that are fomenting hatred and intolerance. funding has to be cut off to terrorist organizations through effective threat and finance situations. we have said we expect results delivered together. that will be a big part of the conversations tomorrow when the group of leaders expands dramatically to not only include the gulf cooperation council but 50 nations of predominantly muslim populations. >> general mcmaster, thank you
special counsel and congress. and one of the few people in that meeting, national security adviser general h.r. mcmaster. he's our exclusive guest this morning from saudi arabia with the president. thank you for joining us today. i want to get to the trip. first, questions about the meeting you all had with the russian foreign minister. "the new york times" reporting the president said in the meeting -- i just fired the head of the fbi. he was crazy. real nut job. i faced...
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>> chris: bret baier reporting from saudi arabia, thanks for that. and joining us now from saudi arabia is the secretary of state rex tillerson. mr. secretary, resident trump is urging muslim leaders to join the "battle of good and evil," he's opening a center against extremism today, muslim leaders are pledging to cut off funding to radicals, but the big question i have is, is this just talk or other realty fare, concrete measures that will help us to stir isis and al qaeda and to stop the flow of new recruit recruits? >> secretary tillerson: i think it is historic what's happening here in riyadh under the king's leadership. his convening of the gcc counsel this morning, we had a very productive discussion on the subject of how to counterterrorism, how to defeat them and how it brings greater stability to the region and of course this afternoon he will deliver this important message to the convening of the arab summit. arab nations, muslim nations from around the world. i think the output of this, some framework agreements that are going to guide the actions going forward, concrete commitments being made as to how we will work together to defeat them, to defeat terrorism here in the region and as well as elsewhere. i think the other thing that's important is there's also an agreement to continue the dialogue, it doesn't end here. if there's a commitment to have another gcc settlement with the u.s. one year from now and one of the expectations is we will be measuring our project -- our progress towards the initiatives and agreements that were signed here and we will be looking for concrete results by which to measure each country's commitments. >> chris: gcc is the gulf council of nations. during the campaign canada trump had some tough things to say, here he is on the muslim religion. >> i think islam hates us. there's something there that is a tremendous hatred. we have to get to the bottom of it. >> chris: and here he is talking about saudi arabia. >> you talk about women and women's rights, so these are people that push gays off buildings. these are people that kill women and treat women horribly. >> chris: given that past rhetoric why should muslim leaders trust mr. trump now and on the other hand, if the president is so concerned about human rights, why isn't he talking about it publicly this weekend? >> secretary tillerson: chris, i think this is one of the great attributes of this president, he's willing to call issues out, confront them, speak very plainly and bluntly about them and in many ways that motivates these countries to want to understand why the feelings in the u.s. are the way they are but also to engage, to address those. i think that's what we are seeing in this visit to riyadh, this visit to the country that is the custodian of the two holy mosque and the president himself is that he's learned a lot on this trip that he's learned a lot about the people and their culture. i think this is a really important process in terms of how we move forward with this relationship between the muslim world and the non-muslim world. i think there's great recognition among all leaders of the muslim world but they have to take responsibility for what has happened in many respects, and they are taking responsibility and they are ready to join with us and other nations are confronting this terrible face of terrorism. >> chris: i've seen a draft of the president's speech, the big speech this afternoon. not a mention of human rights, not a mention of women's rights. you say he wants to speak concretely and frankly about this things, he's not doing that today. >> secretary tillerson: i think the weight to address those human rights issues and women's rights issues is to improve the conditions in the region. today conditions in the region are under a lot of stress because of the threat of terrorism and the threat that iran poses to instability in the region. these subjects are being discussed as well. there are efforts underway to i think improve the rights of women, the participation of women in society throughout the region but the primary reason we are here today is to confront this threat of terrorism. if we do not defeat dash, if we do not defeat these forces of evil, there will be no conditions under which we can even hope to improve the human rights for all the people in the region. >> chris: mr. secretary, you were in the oval office when the president met with the russian foreign minister and according to the official summary the president told him i just fired the head of the fbi, he was crazy, a real nut job, i face great pressure because of russia, that's taken off. my question to you, as someone who was in that meeting, was he telling the russians the firing comey was taking off legal and political pressure? >> secretary tillerson: that's not my interpretation of the conversation. i think with the president was trying to convey to the russians is i'm not going to be distracted by all these issues that are here at home, that affect us domestically, i'm not going to let that distract from our efforts to see if we can engage with you, engage with russia and identify areas where we might be able to work together. the president i think we emphasize the message to the russians that the relationship was at a low point and we need to change that. i think the point he was making is i'm not going to be distracted by those things that are happening here at home, or let them get in the way of the important work of engaging russia to see what can be done to improve this relationship. >> chris: he seemed to be saying that firing comey would help her move one the distractions. >> secretary tillerson: my take away from that conversation was not that at all, i think again he was simply saying to the russians, these issues at home are not going to get in the way of my effort in the effort of my government to see if we can find a way to move this relationship forward. >> chris: you said this week in washington you don't think that foreign leaders around the world care about what's going on in washington with regard to the president. here you are. >> secretary tillerson: i think the people and the rest of the world do not have the time to pay attention to what's happening domestically here. still i have to ask you, do you really believe that, because i got to tell you that ambassadors that i talked to here in washington are deeply concerned with the investigation into the president in question and wonder whether it's going to somehow prevent the u.s. from meeting its challenges around the world. >> secretary tillerson: i think all you have to do is watch the footage of your own coverage on the president on this historic visit to the king of saudi arabia, convening nations from throughout the regions, including africa. there's an enormous amount of enthusiasm being taken by the president on this issue. the tel aviv and then to rome, to the vatican, the audience with the pope. at my encounter with my counterparts, foreign ministers, i would also say heads of state, these are not the issues that are on their mind. the issues that are on their minds are security issues, economic issues, issues of common interest to both of our countries, that's what they want to talk about when i'm with the them. these domestic issues just simply never come up in our discussions. >> chris: in the time we have left, this is her first time on "fox news sunday," i will introduce you to something, which is something i hope you will do with us again, a lightning round, quick questions, quick answers on various hot spots around the world. an ugly incident in washington this week while turkish president looked on while his security beat and kicked protesters outside of his residence. are you going to do anything about that night >> we did call the ambassador of turkey into the state department to discuss what occurred within to say this is simply unacceptable, and we t and see what the outcome of that investigation is, but we have expressed our dismay at what occurred. >> chris: beyond expressing dismay at senator mccain says you should expel the turkish ambassador. >> secretary tillerson: i think we need to let the investigation concluded before we come to any decisions as that. >> chris: as i'm sure you know, north korea tested yet another ballistic missile today. isn't that one more indication that the new get tough policy of this administration, the end of strategic patients, is working? >> secretary tillerson: i wouldn't -- that would not be my take away at all. we are early in the stages of applying the economic pressure as well as the diplomatic pressure to the regime in north korea, hopefully they will get the message that the pathways of continuing their nuclear arms program is not a pathway to security or certainly prosperity. the ongoing testing is disappointing, it's disturbing and we ask that they cease that because until that cease that testing, clearly they have not changed their view. i think we are early in the game of putting pressure on them and one could also interpret that perhaps they are just acting out now in response to some of this pressure. >> chris: to any of the agreements that are being made this weekend with muslim nations, do any of them helped the united states in the effort to contain iran and its regional expansion? >> secretary tillerson: i think certainly the kind of security arrangements. obviously there were significant new arms sales packages announced yesterday with the kingdom. there were also sales going on to other important countries of the region. this strengthens the overall security posture of the gulf and arab nations in particular and i think makes it clear to iran that we the united states will stand with our partners here in the region to counter iran's hegemony. there pressure will be met by a strong unified front. >> chris: we all got to say -- you've gotten a chance to see it, we all got to see the video yesterday of you participating in that traditional arab sword dance and i have to tell you, you look pretty good while you are doing it, frankly more comfortable than the president or commerce secretary ross. had you been practicing? >> secretary tillerson: i hadn't been practicing, but it was not my first sword dance. >> chris: [laughs] >> secretary tillerson: i've been in the middle east for many years and not just in the kingdom but throughout the region. this was just such a wonderful welcome for the president last night, the spirit and the fund that was going on, it was very contagious for all of us. i think just the pure joy that you stay on the faces of the people here in saudi arabia, but also throughout the region with the president's visit, the importance of it. the great hope that it brings to them, something is finally going to be done to confront the spaces of terrorism and the destabilizing forces in the region. >> chris: secretary tillerson, i think i can safely say that this was the first time i've ever heard on "fox news sunday," this is not my first sword dance, we want to thank you, thanks for your time today and
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given to an american president in years. counselor to the president, kellyanne conway. quite a reception that the president has gotten. lavish welcome, bank -- banquets, dances and ceremonies. >> it's an historic trip. most presidented go to canada or mexico first. this president decided to embark on a 8-day five-stop trip. the holiest places in the muslim culture are in this country. tomorrow he will deliver an historic speech and call to action everyone to come together in unity to defeat terrorism and extremism. you see the reception he got today from these leaders. and these are people who want to cooperate. this deal when it's done today. when it's finished, this helps saudi arabia push back extremism and terrorism as well. iran is a threat to everyone including our friend israel. when the president leaves israel he will go on to the vatican, italy and brussels and nato. these investments that were made today, these are investments in american jobs, infrastructure, and the idea that you have got the media on this side of the atlantic ocean arguing about whether the president should even remain in office is so ridiculous when you compare it to what he's doing as president of the united states. judge jeanine: what is the significance of the president on his first international trip selecting saudi arabia as his first stop? >> that's what i'm saying. he wants to go into the heart of the muslim world and show unity with them in pushing back extremism. this trip is significant because it reestablishes certainly america's dominance as a global leader. and we are look for cooperation in what the president has said from practically day one of his campaign let alone his presidency. we want to push back on those who want the death and destruction of good people. he has gone to saudi arabia to show unity with niece muslim nations. judge jeanine: i understand president el-sisi and other others will be there. the united states is realigning with its former allies. is this significant in terms of the repudiation of obama and the iran deal? >> i haven't heard anyone mentioning president obama in thinking about this trip. the only time i have heard him mentions is when experts in this field talked about how saudi arabia and others in this area had to suffer through 8 years with not having a strong cooperation in defeating terrorism and extremism. it's important to recognize the growing threat of iran. it made a terrible that even some senators like chuck schumer was critical of. the direct threat to israel and people around the globe. judge jeanine: what is the effect of the first lady being on this trip. her being with him, what signal does that send? >> it's not a signal as much as the substance of it. we have a brilliant first lady who is an immigrant herself who understands the rich diversity of the globe and is side by side on this trip with her husband the president of the united states. everyone will focus on how elegant and poised and dignified she is all of which is true. whr partnership with her husband the pathr president of the united states and how she is representing this country in a beautiful, dignified and elegant way. i personally as the mother of four school-age children think so much of the first lady putting her motherhood first saying publicly that their son needs one of his parents with him at all times. judge jeanine: people talk about how elegant she is. we'll talk about that later in the show. tomorrow what can we expect from the speech? it's interesting because we had president obama's first speech that was an apology for being an american. i suspect it will be different tomorrow from the *? >> america first does not mean america alone. the cooperate action together to push back on the growing threat against radical terrorists and extremism. the president of the united states believes all children, muslim, jewish, christian, atheist children ought to live in peace and pursue their dreams. judge jeanine: last question, there is a lot of question as to whether he will use the term "islammic terrorism" tomorrow. do you know? >> i won't get ahead of the president's speech. it has been previewed to the press. the previews are consistent with what i said tonight. he has been clear about his views and his willing necessary to go to the midwest and share
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[cheers and applause] >> thank you, everyone. thank you, bret, for the very nice introduction. i'm truly, truly honored to be here as a guest, the deputy crown prince who invited here today and where is he, somewhere in the audience. thank you so much for the incredible hospitality. i've long been told about the samous middle eastern hospitality and we've experienced that over the last two days. it's been a remarkable experience, a remarkable journey, we want to extend our gratitude from the administration, my whole family, my father to king salman to the deputy crown pins and the crowned prince and everybody here today. [applause] , thank you. >> social media is an incredibly powerful tool. it empowers the people particularly the next generation, your generation. your generation is one of entrepreneurs. i spent a lot of time today meeting with some of the great saudi entrepreneurs, it was a privilege and honor, i learned so much from hearing about the unique opportunities and challenges that face them every day, but i've also seen the entrepreneurial spirit here at saudi very much at work. we just came from the opening of a new center to combat terrorism and ideology around terrorism and we saw that it was built in 30 days, 30 days. that is entrepreneurialism. [applause] >> and i may need to borrow those contractors for our next construction, maybe infrastructure. it was incredibly impressive and the message was very meaningful. ultimately, this young generation across the muslim and arab world is a generation that can build a future of tolerance, of hope and of peace and that's what this last day has been around, tolerance and hope and peace. we saw that today when more than 50 leaders of arab and muslim countries joined my father to express optimism and unity. and this generation, and this generation -- [applause] >> this generation that will have their voices heard that will convene vis-a-vis social media to elevate their message can do so much in achieving that goal, so this was a great initiative, really a tremendous one. i've heard about the speakers that have come through here over the course of the last several hours and it's really been very exciting, so once again, we want to thank the deputy crown prince for his vision, hard work and for the flawless execution of two amazing days here in saudi arabia. hopefully the first of many,
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♪ ♪ howard: we're back live with kellyanne conway in new york. you had a couple of contentious interviews on cnn this week including this moment which went viral with anderson cooper. >> i was on i your show often last fall saying we were going to win duane michigan and how we were going to do it. howard: what did you make of the now-famous eye roll? >> first of all, a lot of folks want things to go viral. they think that's the job of the news media which it's not, of course. you should play the beginning of the clip where he had me sit through president trump, then-candidate trump on the stump in many different places praising jim comey, and it ended with grand rapids, michigan. i turned it around and said, thanks for the trip down memory lane, we loved winning michigan. he rolled his eyes. definitely what i call trumpist, which is many people are treated like house guests and when we go on tv, we're not. and the fact is that it was, you know, we were watching cnn ahead of time, you've got six to one panels against the president. one of us tries to go ott there on his behalf and state the case from the position of the president. the suspicion and derision just generally toward this white house by members of the media -- i'm not mentioning any network, paper or individual specifically -- and the quest to go viral, that makes no sense. you must be lying. they say it to folks all the time. it really doesn't help democracy, and it doesn't help the body politic, because people are looking for the news. they're not looking for conjecture. they don't care if something goes viral and late night hosts get a couple laughs out of it. the idea that people are so presumptively thing towards so much that's going on, it's frankly often why you see people on this network only for long periods of time. because, you know, we're faced with people with the famed, pained look, the fair rowed brow, the curled lip anytime someone tries to say something, including the president. i would point out to you the president's own quotes in time magazine. i thought it was incredibly revealing, and we've heard this privately and publicly previously. the president said he's given himself such a great gift, that it's been so liberating for him to tune out so much of the negative coverage. and it's not because he can't hear it, because he knows it's not true. how're howard you mentioned the time magazine interview, but you also had a contend ciaos interview with cnn morning anchor this week, chris cuomo, and the president was quoted that he was full of hatred. now, it's fair to criticize him, but he's not a lunatic. what does the president get out of that type of personal attack? >> i can talk about my interview. he used words, and i said you probably want that to go viral. you were describing a state of mind or a situation, not me, when you used the negative words. and i pushed back very forcefully on, again, which was something that doesn't always feel like someone is trying to get to the news report and the facts. it feels like there's this conclusion in search of evidence. and for the president to say, and i know this hurt some people, for the president to very clearly say he doesn't want the negative anymore, he's tuned it out x he never, quote, knew that was a skill to not watch all the negative -- it's not because he wants to be surrounded by positive, he's the president of the united states. he knows how much negativing there is in the world. he gets a daily intelligence briefing. but at the same time, no good comes out of having to hear all the blather and having to hear all the nonsense and the negativity and the falsities. again, people who have never worked in the white house, let alone this one, telling us constantly what's going on. knows better, he's the president and he's rising above it. howard: you made a point about what the media choose to cover. what is the press supposed to do when the president tweets and says there might be tapes of his conversation with james comey but then declines to say more about it? how do you not cover that as a story? >> the president said he's not going to comment further on it. but the obsession with every tweet and every comment, and again, doing that my developically and not covering the jobs numbers, not covering the amazing trade deal that we just made with china. it's huge. that'll impact many more people. and it's like, oh, trade deal on beef with china, yawn. that's news. that affects people. that's significant movement. these job numbers, these economic indicators. the fact that health care has already -- is on its way to being repealed and replaced. the fact that leader mcconnell and the president are working so hard together and others to get a full replacement. that matters to people, i'm telling you. i talk to real people every day, and this is what they discuss in return. howard: maybe we should talk to more real people as well. kellyanne conway, thanks very
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let's go down the list here. at the same time we have this very strange story now of this young man who worked for the democratic national committee who was assassinated at 4:00 in the morning having given wikileaks something like 23,000, i'm sorry 53,000 emails and 17,000 attachments, nobody is investigating that and what does that tell you about what was going on, because it turns out it wasn't the russians, it was this young guy who i suspect was disgusted by the corruption of the democratic national committee, he's been killed and apparently nothing serious has been done to investigate his murder. i would like to see what mueller is going to define on what his assignment is and if it's narrowly trump the country will not learn what they need to learn about foreign politics.
let's go down the list here. at the same time we have this very strange story now of this young man who worked for the democratic national committee who was assassinated at 4:00 in the morning having given wikileaks something like 23,000, i'm sorry 53,000 emails and 17,000 attachments, nobody is investigating that and what does that tell you about what was going on, because it turns out it wasn't the russians, it was this young guy who i suspect was disgusted by the corruption of the democratic...
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man, seth rich, who worked for the democratic national committee, to expand voting rights was shot and killed in his neighborhood in washington. he was just 27 years old. surely, we can agree that weapons of war have no place on the streets of america. our police and first responders should never have to face a mad man, a racist, a person filled with hatred with an assault weapon. we owe it to every officer who protects us, and we can't stop there.
man, seth rich, who worked for the democratic national committee, to expand voting rights was shot and killed in his neighborhood in washington. he was just 27 years old. surely, we can agree that weapons of war have no place on the streets of america. our police and first responders should never have to face a mad man, a racist, a person filled with hatred with an assault weapon. we owe it to every officer who protects us, and we can't stop there.
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wheeler on the record provided fox5 with the exclusive inst source which confirmed there was proof of an exchange of e-mails between seth rich and wikileaks saying absolutely that information is confirmed. and today fox news reported a federal anonymous source main tag the fbi produce a forensic report of rich's exawter. within 96 hours of his murder is when that report was taken showing he made contact with wikileaks through gavin mcfadden, a film director of wikileaks who died three months after seth rich. there were 44,000 e-mails and more than 17,000 attachments from the dnc that rich transferred to mcfadden between january of 2015 and may of 2016. that's just a few months before seth rich's murder. that is the same number of e-mails and attachments that wikileaks claims to have release during the dnc e-mail leak back on july 22 of 2016. that's 12 days following rich's murder. last night, wheeler ao
wheeler on the record provided fox5 with the exclusive inst source which confirmed there was proof of an exchange of e-mails between seth rich and wikileaks saying absolutely that information is confirmed. and today fox news reported a federal anonymous source main tag the fbi produce a forensic report of rich's exawter. within 96 hours of his murder is when that report was taken showing he made contact with wikileaks through gavin mcfadden, a film director of wikileaks who died three months...
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barbara bush will be here tonight. , appearing together on the campaign trail. >>> former drug have called the most hated in america provoked a lot of anger on capitol hill today. martin shkreli refused to testify before congress and later insulted them. anne thompson has the details. >> reporter: appearing to smirk -- >> are you listening? >> reporter: and often inattentive. >> yeah. >> reporter: former pharmaceutical ceo martin shkreli lived up to his bad-boy reputation appearing before congress. >> i intend to use the advice of my counsel, not yours.
barbara bush will be here tonight. , appearing together on the campaign trail. >>> former drug have called the most hated in america provoked a lot of anger on capitol hill today. martin shkreli refused to testify before congress and later insulted them. anne thompson has the details. >> reporter: appearing to smirk -- >> are you listening? >> reporter: and often inattentive. >> yeah. >> reporter: former...
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be there with neil. special "the intelligence report" from manchester, new hampshire tuesday, liz, over to you. liz: you get to go home! thank you so much. we're watching a dow jones at j down, and watching this too, the so-called pharmabro, the smirking ceo as he scoffs his way to capitol hill. martin shkreli the disgraced ceo of turing pharmaceuticals heading to court today. his smirk spoke more than anything he was willing to say. invoking fifth amendment right to incriminate himself turning the hearing into a mochrie, a
be there with neil. special "the intelligence report" from manchester, new hampshire tuesday, liz, over to you. liz: you get to go home! thank you so much. we're watching a dow jones at j down, and watching this too, the so-called pharmabro, the smirking ceo as he scoffs his way to capitol hill. martin shkreli the disgraced ceo of turing pharmaceuticals heading to court today. his smirk spoke more than anything he was willing to say. invoking fifth amendment right to...
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james comey has taken the pressure off -- and let me just quote the president, according to "the times," i've just fired the head of the fbi. he was crazy. a real nut job. i face great pressure because of
james comey has taken the pressure off -- and let me just quote the president, according to "the times," i've just fired the head of the fbi. he was crazy. a real nut job. i face great pressure because of
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today a different tone from the president. he says this is the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in american history with the explanation point. and i goes on to say with all the illegal acts that took place
today a different tone from the president. he says this is the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in american history with the explanation point. and i goes on to say with all the illegal acts that took place
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move forward. i don't care where they come from, with strength and with hope. and that -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love you for saying that. speaking of emotional, the speech last night. >> oh, gosh. that was another thing. >> jimmy: and your husband, as president -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i lost it. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i lost it at home. i was crying on my wife's shoulder. [ light laughter ] and i go -- he's just the best man in the whole wide world. i mean, no way could there be a a cooler human being than that guy. and every time malia lost it -- i lost it. >> yeah, she looked over at me, she says i can't believe it, i'm going to cry through the whole speech. and i was like, that's okay. it's all right. >> jimmy: it's so pretty and so nice. you have the nicest kids. and sasha wasn't there because -- >> she had a final. and it's like -- [ light laughter ] you know the obama's girl, you -- sorry. [ laughter ] you better take your test. >> jimmy: sorry, you're going to miss out. >> like, you can say good-bye later. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i thought that was the best example for how to be a -- a good student, but also be a good parent.
move forward. i don't care where they come from, with strength and with hope. and that -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love you for saying that. speaking of emotional, the speech last night. >> oh, gosh. that was another thing. >> jimmy: and your husband, as president -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i lost it. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i lost it at home. i was crying on my wife's shoulder. [ light laughter...
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were in the northwest, we are nearby pockets of white supremacy and even in the flathead valley we knew of a white supremacist, we know of twice whites from this activity. even to the point of i became like an expert in the daily stormer. many of us watch it frequently. we check it as much as you check in with you new york times. i was reading through the comments and watching the discussion. were always looking at the level of threat and trying to assess, asking the experts process as well. we had talked a lot in our house what motivates someone to go from there -- it takes a lot to take the risk of doing graffiti because you're making yourself vulnerable to being caught. it takes a lot to to the risk of punching someone in the face. while many people were happy about that clip floating around, at least a dozen people sent me of richard being punched, to the us that was a terrifying moment because violence justifies and beget violence. that is not, in any way, what we wanted, even if were in a theoretical discussing how to respond and then all the more so if it escalated to physical violence that made us even more nervous. in watching the comments, at one point, the attack first on three women. the nazis are misogynist. then it became -- the jewish community everything that he said it represented in the language of the memes and messages. tanya received phone calls for at first it was gunshots. all she heard was gunshots and were coming for you. read the claim that was filed on the southern property law website and you can see specific description. what i was going to tell you in terms of locality, right, we know of activity. i actually saw, then they started attacking our town. i see in the comments that there someone who says, i live here and these are the businesses that are supportive of human rights organizations and they thought i was the head of it and i'm not even a board member. these are the businesses you should attack. all of a sudden, i'm like oh my
were in the northwest, we are nearby pockets of white supremacy and even in the flathead valley we knew of a white supremacist, we know of twice whites from this activity. even to the point of i became like an expert in the daily stormer. many of us watch it frequently. we check it as much as you check in with you new york times. i was reading through the comments and watching the discussion. were always looking at the level of threat and trying to assess, asking the experts process as well. we...
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but for information warfare. this is a speech that was first reported by david ignatius at the "washington post." he got the speech translated from russian. it's vladimir putin's cyber war senior adviser telling his audience in moscow last february, "you think we are living in 2016, no, we are living in 1948. do you know why? because in 1949 the soviet union had its first atomic bomb test and if until that moment the americans were not taking us seriously in 1949 everything changed and they started talking to us on an equal footing. i'm warning you, we have something in the information arena that will allow us to talk to the americans as equals. so the kremlin bragging last year about how they had a new nuclear-level information warfare capability that they were about to deploy against the united states. something that would bring america down, make america
but for information warfare. this is a speech that was first reported by david ignatius at the "washington post." he got the speech translated from russian. it's vladimir putin's cyber war senior adviser telling his audience in moscow last february, "you think we are living in 2016, no, we are living in 1948. do you know why? because in 1949 the soviet union had its first atomic bomb test and if until that moment the americans were not taking us seriously in 1949...
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nuevo mÉxico. los descontentos lanzaron piedras y botellas a los efectivos policiales, quienes trataron de dispersar la protesta con gas pimienta. marÍa eugenia payÁn tiene las imÁgenes de la violencia y lo Último de esta inusual carrera por la casa blanca. marÍa eugenia: el caos reinÓ anoche en albuquerque, nuevo mÉxico. a pedradas, un grupo de personas atacÓ a agentes de policÍa que protegían un centro de convenciones donde donald trump habÍa realizado un evento. un hombre se subiÓ a un vehÍculo y saltÓ sobre una patrulla. algunos incendiaron camisetas del virtual candidato republicano, y otros tomaron las barreras de seguridad y las lanzaron contra el edificio. aunque la policÍa asegura que no lanzÓ gas lacrimógeno para dispersar a los revoltosos, sino inofensivas granadas de
nuevo mÉxico. los descontentos lanzaron piedras y botellas a los efectivos policiales, quienes trataron de dispersar la protesta con gas pimienta. marÍa eugenia payÁn tiene las imÁgenes de la violencia y lo Último de esta inusual carrera por la casa blanca. marÍa eugenia: el caos reinÓ anoche en albuquerque, nuevo mÉxico. a pedradas, un grupo de personas atacÓ a agentes de policÍa que...
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that's secretary sean spicer speaking to reporters just moments ago. take a listen. >> could you confirm that? >> i think we made it very clear, i'm not going to get any further comment on that. >> so do you have any evidence to back up, is it just that the president said this didn't happen, this conversation didn't happen? is there any -- >> the president, the president was very clear that this is not an accurate representation of thatmeeting. >> in the tweet last week, are there records? >> we put out a statement regarding that. >> is the president considering having personal lawyers outside of white house counsel in light of these allegations and things that have come up? >> if i have any updates, i'll let you know. >> some of the characterizations the president had with the russian foreign minister, it sounds like the russian president has said their side is willing to release transcript of the conversation. do you support the russians releasing a transcript of that conversation to congress? were you aware they were recording the conversations? >> i'm not aware of that. i don't have any update. i think we put out a statement very clearbly the president does not believe there is an accurate representation. >> would you like the transcript to be made public? >> the national security advisor and deputy have made it very clear of their account of that meeting. >> the president spoke to yahoo! yesterday. can you discuss a little more about what they talked about? were there specific allegations that israel was behind -- did that have anything to do with it? >> that phone call was purely logistical. >> the source of the intelligence -- >> i think that the president has been a little bit quiet in the last 24 hours, making any public remarks outside the official events? is there an effort to scale back? any kind of other comments about the issues that have been going on in the white house right n until he takes off on his trip? >> put out a statement last night. i think there have been questions that others are out there talking about this event in terms of it. the white house has put out a statement very clearly with our account. >> are you advising some of the republicans in congress are making saying that this is starting to approach watergate proportions? >> the president is focused on winning widespread praise for what he just talked about. the role of the coast guard and the future. the meeting with the president of colombia tomorrow and looking
that's secretary sean spicer speaking to reporters just moments ago. take a listen. >> could you confirm that? >> i think we made it very clear, i'm not going to get any further comment on that. >> so do you have any evidence to back up, is it just that the president said this didn't happen, this conversation didn't happen? is there any -- >> the president, the president was very clear that this is not an accurate representation of...
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he was asked about the special counsel. i believe it hurts our country terribly because it shows we are a divided mixed up not unified country and we have important things to be doing right now. whether it is trade deals, whether it is military, whether it is stopping nuclear, all the things we discussed today and i think this shows a very divided country. it also happens to be a poor excuse for the democrats having lost an mexico they should have easily won because of the electoral college being slanted so much in their way. that's all this is. i think it shows division and it shows that we're not together as a country and i think it is a very, very negative thing. hopefully this can go quickly because we have to showty if
he was asked about the special counsel. i believe it hurts our country terribly because it shows we are a divided mixed up not unified country and we have important things to be doing right now. whether it is trade deals, whether it is military, whether it is stopping nuclear, all the things we discussed today and i think this shows a very divided country. it also happens to be a poor excuse for the democrats having lost an mexico they should have easily won because of the electoral college...
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we spoke earlier today at his mar-a-lago club in palm beach. >> huge night last night. do you have any idea that you were going to win as big as you did? >> i felt good. mississippi, i was in three or four times and it was like a love fest. i felt very good about it. michigan has been great for me for a long time. i have so many friends there. i had no idea it would be that big. >> do you think it's the message on trade in particular in michigan that was effective? sanders winning as well there. very similar message. >> i think they want strength, i think they want military and take care of vets. i think they hate obamacare. i would say ultimately it's about jobs and the economy. and michigan has been stripped. you look at those empty factories all over the place. and nobody hits that's message better than me. i'm going to take care of it. i'm going to stop it. i'm going to stop the craziness going on. if you look at what's happening, how -- even today, we're just shipping company after company after company is leaving this
we spoke earlier today at his mar-a-lago club in palm beach. >> huge night last night. do you have any idea that you were going to win as big as you did? >> i felt good. mississippi, i was in three or four times and it was like a love fest. i felt very good about it. michigan has been great for me for a long time. i have so many friends there. i had no idea it would be that big. >> do you think it's the message on trade in particular in michigan that...
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robert mueller opens up to abc news, including what he sees as the greatest threat we're facing. >> reporter: outgoing fbi director robert mueller is offering a sober assessment. he told pierre thomas what keeps him up at night. >> the possibility of a plane being taken down. a weapon of mass destruction in the hands of a terrorist. >> reporter: mueller warned about another danger, americans joining islam mick radicals. do you believe some americans have made their way to syria? yes. >> reporter: he says fror groups and individuals have -- terror groups and individuals have my great to many areas in the middle east. >> it changed from september 11th where it was al qaeda, afghanistan, pakistan. it has gone to yemen, the arabian peninsula. >> reporter: mueller said law enforcement must do a better job identifying people before they act. >> i do believe we're better at responding, but when it goes to preventing at the outset, it's a difficult position on how you prevent that person, particularly when they have a past history of mental disease. >> reporter: last month mueller
robert mueller opens up to abc news, including what he sees as the greatest threat we're facing. >> reporter: outgoing fbi director robert mueller is offering a sober assessment. he told pierre thomas what keeps him up at night. >> the possibility of a plane being taken down. a weapon of mass destruction in the hands of a terrorist. >> reporter: mueller warned about another danger, americans joining islam mick radicals. do you believe some americans...
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director comey against leaking any negative information. "james comey better hope there are no tapes of her conversations before he starts leaking to the press." what steps can the senate take to determine if these tapes or audio files or whatever exist and if they do exist will democrats demand they be subpoenaed? >> well, first of all, if there are tapes, the president should turn them over immediately of course. to destroy them would be a violation of law. he should turn them over to congress and the investigators. if there are no tapes he should apologize to james comey and the american people for misleading them. what happened this week makes it all important we get a special prosecutor, who can look into these tapes, look if they exist, can examine everything in an independent way, and i want to say one thing, jake. these silence of my republican colleagues is choosing party
director comey against leaking any negative information. "james comey better hope there are no tapes of her conversations before he starts leaking to the press." what steps can the senate take to determine if these tapes or audio files or whatever exist and if they do exist will democrats demand they be subpoenaed? >> well, first of all, if there are tapes, the president should turn them over immediately of course. to destroy them would be a violation of law. he...
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staff? >> comey: yeah, and then-white house counsel gonzales. >> pelley: they spoke to attorney general ashcroft and said that the program should be reauthorized, and you were there to argue that it should not be. how did it end? >> comey: with the attorney general-- surprising me, shocking me by pushing himself up on his elbows, and in very strong terms, articulating the merits of the matter. and then saying, "but... but that doesn't matter, because i'm not the attorney general." and then he turned to me and pointed and said, "there's the attorney general." and then he fell back, and they turned and left. >> pelley: you'd won the day? >> comey: yeah, i didn't feel that way. >> pelley: how did you feel? >> comey: probably a little sick, and a little sense of unreality that this was happening. >> pelley: the next day, some in the white house tried to force the authorization through a different way, so comey wrote a letter of resignation to the president, calling the situation
staff? >> comey: yeah, and then-white house counsel gonzales. >> pelley: they spoke to attorney general ashcroft and said that the program should be reauthorized, and you were there to argue that it should not be. how did it end? >> comey: with the attorney general-- surprising me, shocking me by pushing himself up on his elbows, and in very strong terms, articulating the merits of the matter. and then saying, "but... but that doesn't matter,...
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Topics: virginia, tom perriello, patrick swayze, tsa, bush, congress, dominion energy, mendez, terry...
Topic: UK
Topics: manchester, uk, opec, bbc news, new york times, nicholas, nato, moscow, russia, mr trump, india,...
Topic: BRITAIN
Topics: france, libya, muslim, europe, salman abedi, manchester, syria, britain, west, islam, iraq, gilles...
Topic: SALMAN ABEDI
Topics: manchester, uk, salman abedi, libya, bbc news, abedi, new york times, trump, donald trump, british,...
Topic: OAKLAND
Topics: san francisco, vo cesar, oakland, california, aÑos, blanca, un, vo blanca, susanna gonzalez, un...
Topic: CHINA
Topics: china, north korea, tpp, trump, south korea, asia, united nations, washington, korea, japan
Topic: JACOBS
Topics: montana, ben jacobs, fbi, greg gianforte, ahca, bozeman, jacobs, gianforte, russia, ben, paul...
Topic: ENGLAND
Topics: manchester, england, uk, wigan, scotland, trump, serbia, wales, springfield street, fa, belgrade,...
Topic: SCOTLAND
Topics: scotland, manchester, celtic, lisbon, wales, bbc, dundee united, france, england, glasgow,...
Topic: THERESA
Topics: nato, russia, angela merkel, brilinta, europe, washington, montana, trump, berlin, manchester,...
Topic: FLORIDA
Topics: los Ángeles, univisiÓn, fbi, california, pero, florida, el, un, juan manuel montes, juan manuel,...
Topic: LONDON
Topics: manchester, london, uk, salman abedi, england, manchester united, northern ireland, american, liam...
Topic: BEN JACOBS
Topics: ben jacobs, montana, russia, donald trump, afghanistan, new york, greg gianforte, mike flynn,...
Topic: MARYLAND
Topics: maryland, nato, bowie, george, virginia, washington, a.j., tom perriello, arundel, olney,...
Topic: BBC NEWS
Topics: manchester, england, bbc news, manchester united, scotland, wales, lisbon, uk, jose mourinho, bbc,...
Topic: PHILADELPHIA
Topics: philadelphia, delaware, gloucester, greg gianforte, nato, tsa, camden, new jersey, trenton,...
Topic: SAFELITE
Topics: philadelphia, safelite, new jersey, scott williams, pennsylvania, safelite, wildwood, doc, jeff...
Topic: LYRICA
Topics: lyrica, nato, diane, brussels, manchester, new york, sean hannity, washington, kendis, san...