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ABC
Nov 8, 2015 10:00am EST
. >>> up next, bob woodruff reports from the south china sea on that breakthrough between taiwan and china and what it meanfor the u.s. that breakthrough between taiwan and china and what it >>> there you see the first handshake between leaders of china and taiwan in 66 years, it lasted a full minute. opening talks to signal a new phase for those two countries. all of asia and the u.s., as bob woodruff explains from his visit to the south china sea with defense secretary ash carter. >> reporter: we met defense secretary ash carter on the "uss roosevelt." on patrol in the south china sea, the accept center of this new clash, america surveillance shows china on a building spree. one of the biggest back in 2012. here it is today. other countries nervous, this territory around the spratly islands is claimed by many, including vietnam and the philippines. >> they built hundreds of meters in the past couple of months. >> reporter: u.s. military planes watching from the air and this week going further, president obama sending a guided missile destroyer within 12 nautical miles of one island
ABC
Feb 7, 2016 9:00am EST
something about heine china and leverage. isle let the i'll let the voters make the decision. the you want to be commander in chief, you better show you understand these issues in-depth and you have good knowledge. >> you have a 3, 2, 1 strategy. in my campaign say that. we want as many votes and delegates as we can. last week in iowa, came in third. we had as many delegates as the second place finisher. staple strategy in new hampshire me we want to get as many people to vote for me as well. we created a campaign that will be around march 1st and beyond. i feel optimistic where we're going to be once the delegates are tallied. changes that? >> absolutely not. other that n we raised more money in the first hour than any other debate. >> thank you for joining us. >>> gnat that's it for the republicans. hillary clinton joins us next. "the roundtable" on last night's winners and losers. and where we are in the race. p our digestive systems 90 stressful days juggling hectic schedules. p over 40 meals of heavy comfort foods like baked mac & cheese. p no wonder after all that our digestive syste
ABC
Nov 6, 2016 9:00am EST
-up and so when you look at a place like michigan where jobs have gone to mexico and china, people are out of work and people want things to get better, i think donald trump is offering that vision for the state of michigan. and we win a state like michigan and as you know, it's all over. if i would have told you a year ago that we michigan, we would say that's a candidate that is going to win so i think it's a great opportunity for us. >> you slipped something else in there that i think is significant. you're right michigan is significant but florida, perhaps even more and you've seen that latino surge down in florida right now. the democrats seem confident about that and they are breaking records with this early vote of latinos, likely to break against mr. trump. >> yeah, but you're not saying and i know you're not doing it registration votes and early vote in florida today than they were four years ago so they're actually, you know, here's the thing, they're behind where they were four years ago. we lost florida by 75,000 votes four years ago. they're 75,000 votes behind today.
ABC
Oct 2, 2016 9:00am EDT
change is a hoax invented by china. >> it's pronounced jina. returns which mines he is not that rich. >> wrong. >> not that charitable. >> wrong. >> or has never paid taxes in his life. >> wronger. >> saturday night live. we are joined by the round table, jon karl and coky roberts, heilemann from bloomberg politics, roland martin from news one now and sara fagen how damaging is this story? >> i think it's very damaging. the clinton team will go at this relentlessly. they will go at the inherent unfair nls of something that welt know not paying tax bus they will go at him to go as a business failure. $900 million loss. they will try to bait him and rid cute with this and make that >> we're already hering anecdotal evidence and focus groups and rallies that people are unset that me might not have paid taxes. and most of us, it goes out of the paycheck every week so we are used to everybody paying taxes. the idea he didn't is upsetting to people. >> and you see rudy giuliani and chris christie saying he is a good busines could it work? >> the answer is donald trump has paid millions of
ABC
Nov 1, 2015 10:00am EST
. >> quickly, on china the u.s. recently sent a u.s. guided missile destroyer within the border in the south china sea of those manmade islands, is that enough of a statement from the u.s. towards china which claims these islands as their own? >> well, you know, all of our friends, you know, in that whole region, i think, are very relieved to see us doing that. you know, australia also is doing that. you know, boundaries that are not legal. >> so, is this enough sending a guided missile destroyer in? >> it's a good start. i hope we continue to do those >> and dr. carson, you say you -- those exercises. >> and dr. carson, you say you worry about the future of our country. you compared our country to the roman emperor, do you believe our country can fall or collapse? >> i believe our country's biggest threats come from within. from failing to address our incredible fiscal irresponsibility by allowing our populous to become enemies with each other, stirring up hatred and strife within our country. by allowing the education to take a second seat, by giving a lot of lip service but not
ABC
Nov 20, 2016 9:00am EST
serious about isis and our security around the globe, whether it be china, north korea, syria, libya, you know as well martha, you're an expert at these things, we need leadership and certainly general mattis is a leader and president-elect trump loves leaders like general mattis. >> let's talk about another be mike flynn who he has chosen as national security adviser. he is highly admired for his work as an intelligence officer but has a history of controversial views about islam. he said in an interview in july and at a conference in august that islam is not a real religion but a political ideology masked behind a religi religion. is he in line how president trump views islam? there are some aspects of that faith that are problematic and we know them. we have seen it. it certainly isn't a blanket for all people of that faith. but mike flynn is one of the most highly respected intelligence officers in america. certainly no one can deny that. he is someone that has been at donald trump's side for now a very long time. it's someone who the president-elect respects and trusts and he's
ABC
Dec 13, 2015 10:00am EST
to american engaging with china, coming to an agreement with the two largest economies. the two largest emitters saying they were going to join together to put out their reductions and that spurred 184 other countries to step up. so, this is significant. i mean, what do members of congress think when leaders of major countries around the world are actually stepping up to do these things? these are not -- >> mr. secretary -- >> these guys aren't making up the science or the plans to do it. and i think, i think, frankly, a lot of members of congress are on the wrong side of history. and i don't believe you can be elected president of the united states if you don't understand climate change or you're not committed to this kind of a plan. >> well, that's what i wanted to get to. most of the republicans running for president said they wouldn't ae tend the paris talks and many president's to have the ability by executive order to undo things, the answer is yes, that's why i don't believe the american people who predominantly believe what's happening with climate change, i don't think
ABC
Jan 24, 2016 9:00am EST
uncemented because of you, a slowdown in china and geoj political risks. you're laughing. i want to know, why is it a good thing that markets are in turmoil? >> martha -- >> it's not just wall street. everybody's affected by this. >> the reason that i am laughing i fully admit to having a big ego, like many other politicians. but the idea that bernie sanders' candidacy, which has growing support all over this country is unsettling world markets is absolutely absurd. the point that i was making we're getting the attention of wall street. wall street's greed and behavior drove this economy into the worst recession since the great depression. millions of people lost their homes, life savings and their jobs. i believe we have to break up the major financial institutes. we know gaining the attention of wall street, tell us me that our campaign is doing very well. >> what do you think about the possibility of former mayor michael bloomberg getting in the race? >> well, you know, i think it would be interesting if donald trump became the republican candidate who's a multibillionaire and michael bloo
ABC
Jan 10, 2016 9:00am EST
-off in china on monday sparked the same all over the world. the dow ending the week down more than a thousand points for the worst open in years despite a blockbutter jobs report on friday. it capped the best two years since the boom days of the 1990s. what's behind it and what's it mean for your money? here to discuss it glen hubbard, dean of columbia university business school former chair of of economic advisers under president bush and paul klugman from the city university of new york and "the new york times." paul, let me begin with you. you took on this question of whether china will cause a friday we heard people like george soros say it was as bad as 2008. >> china is messed up. it looks like a bad mess and looks like japan when it had its big bust but worse without the social cohesion. china looks bad. the can he is whether you can make that a story where the rest of the world gets dragged down and numbers make that a hard story to tell. even now, even with all the globalization, the united states only sells about $1 in 7 of what we make to other countries and most of that i
ABC
Nov 27, 2016 9:00am EST
the street as they go to china and mexico at low wages. if he is serious about protecting working families, we'll work with him. racism, sexism, that is not acceptable. we do not believe, i do not believe climate change is a hoax. i believe the scientific evidence is overwhelming. one of the great threats to humanity and we have to transform or energy system. >> mr. trump said mankind may be causing climate change and open to abiding by the paris accord. is that a new and improved donald trump to you? >> that is something. but we have got t the scientific community is saying if we do not transform our energy system yesterday we're going to be looking at more drought, more floods, more extreme weather disturbances. >> i want to talk about this recount that's going to go on. you said right after the election that it's over, mr. trump will be the next president and democrats must focus on the realities of where we are. so are they wrong to do this election's results? >> the democrats are not doing the recount. i trust that you know that was initiated by the green party who has every
ABC
Sep 4, 2016 9:00am EDT
deter russian >>pr g-20 summit in china, where he's expected to go one on one with russian president vladimir putin. the meeting comes as america's allies in eastern europe face an increasingly aggressive russia. it's a threat our next commander in chief will face. and we took to the skies over estonia for a first-hand look at what the u.s. military is doing >> reporter: taking off in an f-15 vertically. a backseat ride with the u.s. air force. >> here we go. in the gs. >> reporter: we're flying along the newest front line in a reignited cold war, where tensions with russia have steadily escalated. russia not afraid to flex its muscles. >> we have two >> reporter: the u.s. training with its european partners. >> our main goal is to try to keep the enemy as far away from what we're trying to protect as we can. >> reporter: lii'm one of the t bad guys. >> we're going i.d. you, tarlt you, make you go away before you can get to what we're trying to protect. >> an air to air missile. a good chance of success. >> reporter: not a real missile. they're trying to replicate real thre
ABC
Aug 21, 2016 9:00am EDT
of tlars to the bank of china. donald trump talks all the time about a trade war with china. how can he to that when millions of dlas of his own bottom line could be affected? clinton's critics who are suggesting a change should come. ed rendell, former governor of pennsylvania, said they should stop taking the contradictions. the clinton foundation is sleerly a liable for hillary clinton as she seexthe prez ten si. the foundation should remove a political and actual distract and stop accepting funding. if clinton is elected, the foundation should be shut down. will that happen? again, george, i want to keep in mind. millions of people around the world depend on life saving health treatments that the foundation provides. just pulling the plug on that would threaten lives around the globe. the foundation is in the process of trying to figure out how to refocus, reshift. the steps they've pledged to take as a philanthropic organization are unprecedented. you didn't hear about the foundation when the second bush came into office. the family stayed on the board. >> hasn't it become a lia
ABC
Sep 18, 2016 9:00am EDT
economic. our country is being ripped apart by china and many other >> harder for people to take you seriously on those issues that you went overboard on this whole birther -- >> i think it made me more popular. >> that was donald trump back in 2013 on his first trip to iowa as a presidential candidate. admitting to our jon karl that politics may have had something to do with all that birther talk. to discuss that and more let's bring in our powerhouse roundtable toda alcindor, dan balz, rich lowry and cokie roberts. dan, i want to start with you, it's over, period and done. is it over? >> i think it continues to resonate. the statement that he made on been more terse and brief, didn't answer any of the basic questions of why he had done what he did. if he ended it as he claimed he did on friday. so, think those questions will continue to reverberate. >> it's interesting, though, he made a total valid point there to jonathan karl. and what a lot of white americans don't understand is how this basically fundamentally racist. and it's very well understood in the african-american commun
ABC
Oct 25, 2015 10:00am EDT
trade deals with china, with japan, with mexico, with everybody, we lose with every single thing, you need somebody that's done it before, somebody who has that real ability to bring our country back, to make our country rich again, and we can do that. and therefore, without the money, without the rich, we can't make it great again, george. jeb bush doesn't have that. it's not for him. and i hate to see what's happening with him but his campaign is a disaster. he's paid one person $1.3 million, some finance director. $1.3 million, that's almost more than i paid for my whole deal. when you look at what i have done, i'm number one in virtually every poll and i spent less money than any other candidate that's running. >> are you going to have to start spending that money on ads in iowa? >> i don't mind doing that at all. by the way, ben carson, you know, ben is spending a lot of money on ads. his superpac is running iowa for him. i'm asking everyone to disavow their superpacs. i don't want any money from anyone. i'm self-funding my campaign. ben is being led by his superpacs. they're doi
ABC
Feb 21, 2016 9:00am EST
china. >> one at a time. >> political ads in this campaign have not worked. the voters in the republican information? they have the information. he's done more to take himself than any other candidate and he continues to win. the problem is, until this race, i agree with sara. until this race goes to a one-on-one race. and it may never go to a one-on-one race, donald trump wins. >> don't try to blame the the republicans loved the anger when it helped them in the midterms. they don't like it now. >> voters know these candidates. this has been national campaign. we're exhausted with them. there's no new information that will change that. what is going to change it may be winning and momentum or gee geometry kbt candidates falling out. >> here's the challenge moving forward. i don't believe donald trump will ultimately be the nominee. it may be a bloody fight on the convention floor. >> is that a dream? >> it may be a bloody fite ght on the convention floor. whoever does represent the party in november needs to figure out how the harness his supporters. that will be very challeng
ABC
Oct 18, 2015 10:00am EDT
doing and the question is is he capable of negotiating with china and russia and iran and all of the things you have to do. >> dr. carson, thank you for joining us. how do you respond to that and why would you be a better president than donald trump? >> i don't want to compare myself with anyone but i've had lots of experience doing a whole negotiating with all kinds of people in order to get things accomplished and also bear in mind, there is no one person who does all the negotiation and knows everything. you know, in the multitude of counselors is safety. i think the important thing is to understand what the stakes are. when you go into a negotiation, the recent iran negotiation for instance, you have to know how to negotiate. you have to know how to verify, how to make sure that there's appropriate accountability. you have to be able to take down their infrastructure and know >> have you ever done anything like that. >> have i ever done anything negotiate? >> negotiate? >> absolutely. >> what's the best example to prepare you? >> i've negotiated many things. for instance, when i
ABC
Nov 29, 2015 10:00am EST
his foreign policy comments. like wrongly inserting that china was involved in the syrian civil war. and comparing the screening of refugees to protecting children from rabid dogs. >> you know, if there's a rabid dog running around your neighborhood you probably are not going to assume something good about that dog. >> reporter: and national security issues critical to 2016 candidates. our latest poll of republicans shows terrorism now topping the economy as the most important issue for voters. for carson, only 6% of republicans in the crucial state of iowa believe he's best to handle foreign policy. ted cruz takes the lead at 24%. he's come out against sending u.s. ground troops to syria. >> you asked about boots on the on the ground. >> reporter: meanwhile, donald trump wants more airpower in the fight against isis. >> i would bomb the [ bleep ] out of isis. >> reporter: trump is open to the idea of sending ground troops. others have been more definitive in their support. news, new york. >>> and ben carson joins us now from jordan. good morning, dr. carson. we'll get to your trip
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