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FOX Business
Aug 31, 2016 3:00pm EDT
. james clad former secretary assistant of defense under president george w. bush. in a statement characterized the donald trump as incompetent, quote, and incoherent amateur whose presidency will doom us to second or third class status. hillary continued on the theme. >> you don't build a coalition by insulting our friends or acting like a loose cannon. you do it by putting in the slow, hard work of building relationships. getting countries, working together with my job every day as your secretary of state. it is more than a photo-op. it takes consistency and reliability. cheryl: i'm joined by julie roginsky, democratic strategist, fox news contributor, matt schlapp is former deputy assistant to president george w. bush and republican strategist. matt, on your former colleague. >> never heard of him before. this is the truth with most of these foreign policy people who have come out for hillary clinton. you know what the surprise is? they were never republicans. i don't know what the case of no name person in our administration. most of the people that are supporting hillary clin
FOX Business
Jun 6, 2016 3:00pm EDT
california gray davis along with former republican governor of virginia, george allen, both live on what all of this means. plus, we'll tell you exactly where tropical storm colin is right now and where it's heading. the winking who's twins make a megamove, and charlie is about to break big news on the battle for viacom. we're less than an hour to the closing bell, let's start the "countdown." ♪ ♪ liz: breaking news, the s&p and the nasdaq have both hit brand new 2016 highs in late afternoon trade following fed chair janet yellen's economic speech in philadelphia. just a short time ago. so this is what people wanted to know: just how much influence last friday's ugly may jobs report will have during the upcoming fomc meeting. listen. >> although this recent labor market report was, on balance, concerning, let me emphasize that one should never attach too much significance to any single monthly report. liz: okay. but either way is a june rate hike now dead on arrival? atlanta federal reserve president dennis lockhart in the house. we will ask him, if not june, is the july hike st
FOX Business
Aug 5, 2015 3:00pm EDT
know where the haystack is right now. >> excellent point. we have george hamlin joining the conversation, transportation consulting president. george, when you heard that the pieces were indeed from the mystery flight that had disappeared 17 months ago, what was your first thought? >> i can comment previously about closure. this is something the families involved take a modest amount of comfort in. we are sure the airplane went down in the ocean and a piece of it has been found. >> the barnacles on it. in the last hour, we had experts saying you could test the barnacles and figure out, it takes a long time for those little suckers to attach. you can see what looked to be polka dots, probably where the barnacles were. takes a long time to attach and cause the corrosion. you can figure out what part of the ocean it's from and would that help and solve the mystery? >> these drifted a fair distance in the sea, that may help us locate where the airplane is down. is that going to enable us to find it? i don't know, and i tend to doubt it also. but any information that can be glean
FOX Business
Aug 4, 2017 3:00pm EDT
president george bush, richard painter and former assistant secretary of defense and retired navy pilot larry corb. welcome to you both. richard, what effect do the words that you heard, they were crystal clear, what effect will they have on the leakers? nothing up until now has. >> well, most of the leaks are not of classified information. those leaks are not illegal leaks and those are not the leaks that he is talking about. the attorney general is talking about leaks of classified information, and leaking classified information to anyone including to the press is a criminal offense, and they're right to prosecute that crime. now that should not be, once again, confused with other leaks of information that is not classified that happens to be embarrassing to the president or anyone else. that happens all the time and not the business of the justice department. the classified information, absolutely, cannot be leaked and those people should be going to jail. liz: what so far has been classified? because much of the leaking is who had dinner with whom with the president, or the pr
FOX Business
Jul 9, 2015 3:00pm EDT
george -- thanks to a glitch the market was down to 050 points in fears of a china a bubble bursting with no clarity in greece. we are piling on but today it is called and sunshine of the floor of the exchange that is largely back to normal. china's markets are 6% overnight and nobody can sell their stock only by it. but there is a leak taking steam out of the rally. in taking on his own competitors to real less than an hour away let's go to count down. at the height of the session up to vendor 49 points but we are climbing on earlier numbers with a gain of 80 points now literally up to this cent -- the second greeks are swarming up parliament. the greek government has announced it will have a proposal within the hour to present to the eurozone that may convince the em -- the imf for the pcb if they will accept it. prime minister tsipras has called the meeting 1:00 a.m. eastern tomorrow. greece is seven hours ahead. ashley webster is that the rally as we speak. they say within minutes but they are always late. >> they are always late. they are only greek time there would be more twis
FOX Business
Oct 23, 2015 3:00pm EDT
senator from florida george lemieux. and mexico preparing for disaster as hurricane patricia, the potentially deadly storm called the strongest storm ever measured. all that plus meetings on syria, seth rogen, the new york mets and so much more with less than an hour to the closing bell. you can't leave me. let's start the "countdown." . liz: breaking news, and we promise to keep you exactly up-to-the-minute when it comes to hurricane patricia, now hours away from barging into mexico bringing with it an unwelcome host nearly two feet of rain expected as the strongest hurricane ever recorded barrels closer to mexico's pacific coast today. but with the hurricane's potential to cause massive death and destruction in its path, it is doing nothing, not putting a damper at all on the stock markets here in the u.s. take a look at the markets head for longest winning streak of the year, four weeks straight, the major averages are near the highs of the day right now. i want to pick this apart, the dow while up 183 points, three points away from the highs. up 186. now two points away, but i
FOX Business
Nov 23, 2016 3:00pm EST
. you're looking life at the george washington bridge. (gasp) shark diving! xerox personalized employee portals help companies make benefits simple and accessible... from anywhere. hula dancing? cliff jumping! xerox human resource services... ...soon to be conduent. which allergy? eees. bees? eese. trees? eese. xerox helps hospitals use electronic health records so doctors provide more personalized care. cheese? cheese! xerox healthcare services... ...soon to be conduent. president-elect trump is already turning out to be president like no other. the number of business entanglements he may very well have on day one on the oval office. many had been calling for him to set up a blind trust. two former white house officials call that baloney. he can establish a firewall between himself and a adult children. on he would pledge not to discuss those dealings with them. in the foxbusiness exclusive of the authors joints me now. explain what you envision if he says okay i won't talk to you and you won't talk to me about the business. once as a chinese wall. he would not do anything with that. t
FOX Business
Jan 11, 2017 3:00pm EST
former special counsel to former president george w. bush as well. >> bipartisan we want to help. tell donald trump we're available to help. li no fees. i know you lawyers. >> i will turn all my fees over to the treasury department! liz: okay. that's a deal struck right here on fox business, norm eisen, great to have you, thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. liz: anytime. the closing bell ringing in 15 minutes. we have two massive companies leading with donald trump to bless their corporate marriage. charlie gasparino now has exclusive details on the german chemical giant bayer and u.s. seed behemoth monsanto with big meeting at trump tower. will trump say i do to their $66 billion merger? charlie breaks it next. liz: breaking news. they are talking about illegal immigration and border controls. rex tillerson there, he is of course the secretary of state nominee, and he is being questioned about everything from climate change to how we keep our borders secure. what do we do about all of these issues that are facing the challenging globe right now. and we should mention this de
FOX Business
Aug 2, 2017 3:00pm EDT
to is the study from george borja off and he went back and re-examined and opened up the old data and talked about how it actually did reduce wages. they have done enormous an enormous amount of research on this as had the u.s. civil rights commission. and so on and so forth. the recent study said that as much as $300 billion per year may be lost as part of the current immigration systems. at the end of the day why do special interests want to bring in more low skilled workers. if you get to answer the question. i named the studies. glenn i named the studies. the new york times can hire all of the workers they head from other countries. it is happening in our country. maybe a time we have compassion for american workers. president trump has met with american workers. ask them how this is affecting their lives. the americans might otherwise if you look at that. if you bring in the low skilled labor. there is a labor shortage for lower skilled jobs. there isn't. the number of people living in the united states in the working agent. it's at a record high. one in four americans between th
FOX Business
Feb 1, 2017 3:00pm EST
. roger goodell confirming just minutes ago that the former u.s. president george hw bush will be this year's honorary coin flip or during super bowl 51. as you know he had been bedridden along with his wife. when they are getting better. now guess what. on the other hand he just wrapped up his annual super bowl news conference. it's known as a state of the nfl. this is moments ago. downtown houston. he ripped through a whole bunch of ideas that the nfl is kicking around to help make it a little bit more action-packed. would we bring the surface tablet. look at the clock. the moment an extra point is kicked. then we don't have unnecessary delays. we think wcan do it. this is atlanta falcons. for super bowl 51. and we happen to have one of those nfl owners here. and by the way his team is playing in super bowl 51. we are thrilled to have you here. it's just days before the big moment. what is on your mind about the state of the business of the nfl as an owner is at the top of the moment. i think the leak is in a very good position. safety. they are handling the proper way with all
FOX Business
Jul 23, 2015 3:00pm EDT
line that started when they call him criminal and rapist we welcome george alberto, gonzalez first hispanic attorney general served under president george w. bush from 2005 to 2007. you're sir texas born and of mexican decent i'm sure this story is of interest to you. how do you view what's going on with donald trump and all of the attention? >> you know, i don't blame the media for covering donald trump. obviously a colorful figure and polls indicate that his message does resonate with some people. but listen we're so far away from election, and i don't believe that his views represent majority of the republican party an they certainly don't represent in my judgment the views of an majority of americans in this country. so listen, i understand people want to cover it. colorful, he make news but i don't consider him a presidential candidate. >> comics so excited because they're getting higher ratings let's admits it here we have with a camera trained on it. it is a business story because immigration reform is of great interest to business. but can i look at you. i look at a your di
FOX Business
Mar 10, 2016 3:00pm EST
run those states, george allen and democratic governor from california grays gave this. great to have you both. president obama saying the gop right now is a crack that situation, the can't agree. they have a fax and pushing against another faction and an outraged is a big part of this because donald trump is shifting that discussion, spent a long time, important moment for republicans, free trade. who is to blame for all that is going on in the gop? >> one thing that will unite the republicans and many independents is their opposition to president obama's policies, most people do care about jobs and the economy and national security. i spoke with marco rubio because he has the best ideas to make the country more competitive and safe, but president obama's policies, look at his own democratic party's cabinets, they are against trade as well. trade for virginia is a net plus because of ports and we export a lot of coal and forestry and agriculture. liz: what about tariffs like donald trump wants to do? >> that would be harmful. there are people in virginia that were manufacturing areas
FOX Business
Nov 2, 2016 3:00pm EDT
he went really far. liz: i remember george w. bush saying about prescriptions, we know sometimes doctors don't write so good. sometimes they speak in colloquial english. >> it sounds stupid. liz: regard that, let's get to the story. >> casey southern, is the stock to watch. talking to any money manager, they want to see ba rommer it of any trump victory. this is volatile on positive news and negative news about trump. it is up a bit today but since friday. liz: 2%. >> since friday it has been down about 2%. we should point out, 2.9% since friday and the dow has been down 1.2% since friday. why do we say friday? email investigation is reignited, changing the polls, possible trump victory or increasingly like hood or possibility is likelihood. still has a narrow path but this is a stock to watch. money managers tell me this stock has been riding on ever positive or negative trump issue. why do they care about this? half of its business is nafta-related essentially. it ships stuff back and forth to mexico. you think trump will win, kill nafta or the trade deal, obviously short the s
FOX Business
Dec 1, 2016 3:00pm EST
one of the most difficult times, post-financial crisis. he's sitting there with president george bush. we're honored to have former acting treasury secretary robert kimmitt who served under president bush and, i believe, for a bit under the obama administration. is that correct? >> no, liz. i left at noon on january 20th, 2009. liz: okay. so right on that day that president obama came in. mr. secretary, thank you for joining us. the carrier win is vastly important even though it is 1100 jobs, each one truly matters. but a president, you could argue, doesn't have time to piecemeal convince u.s. operations here. how can president trump best help the manufacturing industry in its entirety, in the aggregate? >> well, liz, let me first join you in saying how refreshing it is to see a candidate live up to a campaign pledge. liz: a promise, yeah. >> but you're right that a president, once he takes office given his global responsibilities, won't be able to do this on a day-to-day basis. he'll have a good team of people, wilbur ross, steve ma knew chin and others who can help, but i think that
FOX Business
Feb 10, 2017 3:00pm EST
airlines. delta, united. george soros snapping up cyber security stocks. meanwhile his former deputy stan buying gold. what should you be doing? ould you mimic billionaires and what they're buying? let's ask matt, the portfolio manager from boston. i don't know, matt, what do you think here? >> well, there's a lot of different things you can buy and sell, that's for sure. when it comes to the airline stocks, they usually don't make our quality screen here that we have. it's very acid-intensive business, high leverage, number one input cost is very variable. so when it comes to moving things, we move fright through union pacific, but we don't look at airlines very much. cyber security and we're actually lightening that position. so in that area, we don't have a whole lot of exposure. and when it comes to gold, it's aggressive, it obviously doesn't produce any income, so we're not using it for this clients that need income. and one thing we do really like right now is nike. nike was done 20% last year. it was really kind of hurt by some of its customers going through a tough time. liz:
FOX Business
Aug 17, 2016 3:00pm EDT
department policy consultant and kevin, explain to people. you've been an economic advisor to george bush, mitt romney, john mccain. you have worked for herbert walker bush, bill clinton. we have no hope for either candidate? how is that possible? >> we put out a study suggests that the recession risks are much higher than people are talking about. we looked all the way back to the civil war, we saw what happens in election years. what happens in election years, especially candidates far apart, we sure have that this time, what happens businesses stop investing. they decide, i will wait until november to figure out where i go with this thing. left-wing guy wins, maybe i wish i didn't build the factory i would build this summer. can see it in the data. remember how weak gdp was, because of capital spending, going back all the way to the civil war but also second world war, you see the same pattern. the odds of a recession 12 months after the november of a presidential election about double what they normally are. liz: okay. >> the data are trajectorying in that way, whoever wins will
FOX Business
Jul 10, 2015 3:00pm EDT
george w. bush and his team started the process. look, iran wants the arms embargo lifted, whether it's missiles or conventional weapons. that makes the israelis absolutely furious. they don't want to see something like that. is that something we should allow? >> well, they not only want it lifted, they want it lifted very early on, before we've really gotten to see what exactly they're doing in terms of following up their side of it. so there are all kinds of snapback provisions. but the fact is once you lift sanctions, it's usually kind of hard to put 'em back on. so, obviously, the israelis are concerned. but, frankly, this is not just about israel, this is about the whole arab region. and they're kind of worried that we're switching partners on 'em, we're going back to our relationship with iran and leaving them out. so there's a lot of politics in it, and none of it's particularly good. liz: yeah. this at a time when iran is backing houthi rebels in yemen, helping out hezbollah, it's a mess. ambassador, thank you for joining us. >> thank you. liz: christopher hill, former amba
FOX Business
Aug 17, 2015 3:00pm EDT
see next august? the assistant to george w. bush and his assistants also a democratic strategist ian fox news contributor. brad, it is funny that donald trump was the least likable and did did the worst in the debate but the number one candidate. how did those go together? >> 2015 is shaping up to be the year of the outsider but what about 2016 when the rubber meets the road? in america you have to be selected it to the public before the people so he may be petering out as we move closer. melissa: everybody said that he will go down but he keeps defying political gravity. ben carson moves into second place and significantly. did he seem like somebody who could hang onto that especially, he is not a career politician but he is quiet and thoughtful and has the opposite style. >> he is completely right to what is going on is the outsiders with ben carson absolutely and carly fiorina is one that benefited. the ceo coming from the outside. i think our said, it is hard to decide which will have staying power but here is the dynamic. the people who love donald trump love him and it could be
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2016 3:00pm EDT
george lemieux why the republican race is still far from over no matter what anybody says. on wall street, markets holding dow 18,000, pretty nicely up 166 points, above 18,000 here. weil s&p punches through 2100 ceiling. are we on the verge of setting new all-time highs? we're less than an hour from the closing bell. let's start the countdown. ♪ breaking news we just got a new high for the dow and we need to see it up more than 114 points. right now we're up 109 at 18,162. look any close above 18,312 will put the dow in all-time high record territory. we're currently less than 1% below the level. you have to stay with me and watch. finally maybe good news for yahoo!? the internet company entering stage two of the sale of its core business, also up today after beating first-quarter earnings estimates. eps came in at eight cents per share, compared to the 7-cent estimate. we're looking at shares moving higher by nearly 5% but at the moment anywhere from 4 to $8 billion are what the bids are coming in for yahoo!. so we'll see. it is a pretty wide swath. >>> one company leaving bitt
FOX Business
Jan 26, 2017 3:00pm EST
torom king george to remindhe american colonists between the -- this is love-fest between the britain prime minister and theresa may. john stossel she said trump's election was distinct one driven by the voice of the people. she called a great victory. >> i'm excited. i'm certainly happen not to be somotherred in hillary bureaucrats for the next four years. some good things are happening. some good appointments. liz: she talked about being newly emboldened and in confident america is a good thing but the comment about nato, where she said sovereign nations shouldn't outsource their defense to america, almost dovetailed with donald trump what he has said where why are we spending outsized portion of money to float nato but then his own secretary of defense says we need nato? >> well, maybe we need nato but this is the case where i hope trump does what he says because why do we have 50,000 soldiers in japan, korea, germany? she says we're going to spend 2% of the gdp on defense. well we're spending more than twice that. we are carying the burden for the whole world and she is affluent c
FOX Business
Nov 22, 2016 3:00pm EST
bring in david mercer, democratic strategist and pub strategist and deputy assistant to george w. bush, brad blakeman. we have breaking news from dru jones newswires. donald trump is apparently leaning asking former massachusetts government mitt romney that he would be secretary of state. he is one step closer. south carolina governor nicky hailry, according to dru jones newswires, to be the ambassador to the united nations. things are moving quickly. what do you think of these names? >> i think they're terrific. lincoln was one of our greatest president, the reason being he brought his rivals into his counsel. liz: right away. >> right away. the reason he did it because they had more in common than they do in difference, that is the love of their country and the wish to have the best possible result from a donald trump presidency. he needs help and i can't think of two better people, if so choosing, chosen to have him do those jobs. liz: mitt romney is getting certainly some praise from people on both sides of the aisle, david, to be secretary of state, at least from the democra
FOX Business
Jun 29, 2016 3:00pm EDT
george hw bush so this is not a democrat versus republican issue but when you see the difference between the number of manufacturing jobs then and now, it is rather stark. what are we to make of that? >> well, i think you have to look at it in a more holistic way, liz, and nafta has become an easy whipping boy for every job and manufacturing loss, but i was talking to a very good friend today that i've worked with in the automotive industry, and he was sharing with me the number of workers involved in producing cars today versus 20 years ago where selling we're selling more cars but doing it with more workers. and a large part of that is with innovation and automation. and there's no question when you open up for global competition, there are going to be industries that lose out because another company has got a more innovative or creative product. but i think it's unfair to escape goat trade for every job lost in manufacturing. and the flip side of that is the real winners of trade deals are consumers. because tariffs are nothing but a fancy word for taxes. and if you impulse ta
FOX Business
Sep 1, 2016 3:00pm EDT
vote the republicans could conceivably get. george w. bush had pretty good luck with it. jeb even. i think donald trump that we saw in mexico, wasn't really like the donald trump we saw in phoenix. when you push those both out there, voters get confused which is the real one. cheryl: that is kind of what he was saying. we were told one thing in private. kevin, give you last word. talk about the electoral map. if you look at it, fox news, what we are projecting right now if election were right now, hillary clinton has 273 electoral votes, if this was according to our projections today, donald trump, 164. how does your nominee come back from this? >> he has got to change the narrative right now. the fact we're all tossing about inconsistencies in immigration is not good for him. he needs to talk about the clinton foundation and those ties. obamacare continuing to fall off the map and how hillary clinton will double down on it. if donald trump doesn't change the narrative it doesn't look very good. if he can get back to playing offense and put hillary on the defensive that is really whe
FOX Business
Nov 11, 2016 3:00pm EST
was christie's close ties to two former aides and now convicts who shut down the george washington bridge for political payback that played any role in his decision. team fox business getting into place to report on the break developments but the markets are watching just as closely as we are on this friday. the nasdaq showing green on the screen since election day, first time we've seen that. on this 11th day of the 11th month, we observe veterans day honoring soldiers, sailors and marines for their sacrifice. >>> and does businesses and you as a manager sift through resumes to fill a job on any given day. navy veteran and super bowl hero phil mcconkey why we should all be hiring veterans? hard facts about the positivity of hiring veterans. >>> on wall street, the dow looking, doesn't have it for this session but looking for second straight all-time record, we've got our eye on oil too as it dips below $44 a barrel. to the end of a historic trading week, let's start the "countdown.". >>> the best week for the dow in five years? so much for any trump tantrum people might have expec
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