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ABC
Apr 4, 2010 10:00am EDT
. >> there are a lot of members of congress who are concerned about jobs because of china, because of what they see, the manipulation of currency by china. the obama administration had scheduled a semi annual report to congress on currency in which it was going to state whether or not the obama administration believes that currency is being manipulated. that report we learned this weekend will be delayed. is it going to be delayed because the obama administration needs chins cooperation on other things such as sanctions against iran? >> no. >> that's not the reason. >> it's being delayed because that's part of our international economic dialogue, which is directed at supporting a crucial issue for jobs creation, doubling our level of exports, and that depends on what other countries do. we've got three major meetings, a meeting of the g-20 finance ministers, our strategic dialogue that takes place every year with china and then the president's meeting building on the forum he created in london, in pittsburgh last year of the g-20 countries. those are opportunities to engage with china, to
ABC
Dec 9, 2012 9:00am EST
negotiating with our bond holders in china. because if we don't put a creditable plan on this, on the discussion, ultimately, we all lose. >> you got your colleague debbie stabenow, on the your screen as well, can you say quickly what it is going to take? >> well, we got to quit playing the game, george, you can't continue to lie to the american people, there is no way to fix medicare under the guidelines of aarp that our tax dollars are now advertising to say not fix it. the way we can fix it is to control the cost. the way to control the cost is to have more individual participation. there's a lot of ways to do that. you can't play the game and hide. medicare and social security and medicaid if those aren't fixed if we're not honest about how to fix them and the fact, that, yes, everybody in this country will have to participate in some discomfort if we're going to get out of this hole. as long as we continue to lie to the american people that you can solve this problem without adjusting and working on those programs it is dishonest and beneath anybody in washington. >> senator, sta
ABC
Sep 29, 2013 10:00am EDT
countries like china. mayflower -- where a burst pipeline coated the streets in o oil. out west, where clean energyy is america's growth industry. and today...new york -- where less than a year ago, the atlantic rose 13 feet high, pushing the sea into the city behind me and shutting down the nerve center of our economy for da. as carbon pollution heats up the aosphere, extreme weather events are happening more often and with more ferocity. 3,500 weather records were broken last year, and it cost our economy over $100 billion. we can't afford to make the problem worse. that's why the president was right when he said the test for keystone is whether it would generate more climate-changing pollution. the truth -- scientists report keystone oil would produce as much carbon pollution as 620,000 cars every year. mr. president, you've had real accomplishments when it comes to fighting climate disrupti. we're getting more miles per gallon out of our cars and putting less carbon pollution into the air. let's do the right thing on keystone. ♪
ABC
May 8, 2016 8:04am PDT
trade. i want trade. i don't want to be an isolationist. what's happening with china, japan, mexico, they're just absolutely eating our lunch. it's a shame. it's terrible. so i have to stay true to my principles also. i'm a conservative. don't forget. this is called the republican party. not called the conservative party. there are conservative parties. i'm a conservative. >> he swats away critics. hillary clinton is focused on locking in her base by playing that women's card. >> he doesn't think much of equal pay for women. because, of course, he doesn't think much of women, it turns out. >> trump digging in with this remarkable statement. >> i mean, all of the men, we're petrified to speak to women anymore. we may raise our voice. you know what? the women get it better than we do, folks. all right? they get it better than we do. >> he's also up against the president. >> republican women voters are going to have to decide is that the guy i feel comfortable with in representing me? and what i care about? >> i'll tell you what my reaction is. i won in massive doses and by a massive n
ABC
Dec 12, 2010 9:00am EST
been $700 billion that we couldn't afford that we would have to borrow from china and other countries. he refused to do that. this is a temporary tax cut and this was part of a compromise that includes tremendous help for families with children, for people who want to send their kids to college, the earned income tax credit, the payroll tax cut h is going to mean thousands of dollars in pocks of the average american. >> you say it's not going to be a permanent tax cut but look into your crystal ball because certainly there are economists who believe this is the first step to making it permanent. it's a two-year deal. that's going to be right in the middle of when you are going to go back and try to get this president re-elected. are you going to head this fight again? >> well, you say there are economist who say that. this is fundamentally a political issue and in 2012 we're going to have a big debate about this issue. we do not believe that we can extend these tax cuts for the wealthy permanently and we're going to fight very hard and we're going to let the american people
ABC
Nov 12, 2017 9:00am EST
and american workers. for those who care about syria and what happens with china. what the president's been able to do with leaders around the world, the cooperation is -- they have announced big new deals here. which affect american workers and interests. that, plus the tax cut, i think it's why you see the stock market and consumer confidence at all. time highs. people like what they see. >> thank you for joining us. >>> joining me from alabama, matt murphy and andrea lind lindenburg. they're the hosts of the most popular radio show in alabama. your show broadcasts across alabama. how are your listeners reacting do people believe the accusations? are they skeptical? >> well, initially, martha, it was reaction of shock. roy moore is a known quantity in alabama. he's been running for chief justice. run for governor twice. we have known him for 20, 25 year of his political life. it was one of shock that this type of explosive allegation would not have come out before now. and frankly, there is skepticism considering the the source. we understand in a conservative state like alabama, per
ABC
Oct 22, 2012 12:35am EDT
last person to get tough on china. >> the race is close, combative and completely up for grabs and now as the candidates make closing arguments, their biggest guns out. >> our big questions. did obama's comeback debate put him back in this race? >> what will to be final twist that determines this race? our headliners. chicago mayor and former white house chief of staff, rahm emanuel. marco rubio of florida. >>> plus insight and analysis from our powerroundtable. matthew dowd, ralph reed, van jones, debber wasserman schultz. >>> and we say farewell to governor mcgovern. >>> hello again. early this morning, we learned that george mcgovern, the first senator to oppose the vietnam war, has passed away at the age of 90. we'll remember him later in the show. >>> but we begin with the race to the white house. more signs this mor romney's first debate bounce still has staying power. let's begin with mayor rahm emanuel. you're in florida this morning. polls show mitt romney ahead. i want to show you this politics electoral map, mitt romney has gone ahead for the first time right now. are you wo
ABC
Aug 15, 2010 10:00am EDT
just here, back in china, it's so bad. kids as old as 7 are having to move back in with their parents. >> from all across our world to the heart of our nation's capital. abc "this week" with christiane amanpour, starts now. >> good morning. this was supposed to be the summer of recovery. but the effects of the so-called great recession continue to cloud this nation, and much of the world. the number of u.s. workers seeking unemployment benefits rose unexpectedly to 484,000. it's the worst in almost six months. and in the housing sector, banks foreclosed on more than $90,000 properties in july, the second highest total since the crisis began and these pictures speak to the desperation this week in atlanta. 30,000 people waited for hours in sweltering heat to apply for 655 available spots for government subsidized housing. and i'm joined now by four top voices on the economy. from berkeley, california, member of the president's economic recovery advisory board, laura tyson. from chattanooga, tennessee, republican senator bob corker of the banking committee. new york, former new jersey g
ABC
Nov 4, 2012 9:00am EST
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ABC
Jun 7, 2015 10:30am EDT
to the homeland. also this week the massive cyber attack on the u.s. government. china strongly suspected in the attack. i'm joined now by michael lighter, the former director of the terrorism center. the attack in boston was going to be on police. usaama rahim was killed by boston police it seems like it really worked in this case. >> i think the system did work martha. tragic ending with his death. the front lines are in boston as well and in other cities. as director of the fbi has said they have active investigations in every state of the country of isis sympathizer. in this case they saw someone who was becoming radicalized and execute on some sort of attack and they tried to disrupt it and in that disruption he was killed. that's what we want to think our law enforcement officials doing here in the homeland. >> i want to move to this hack 4 million federal employees, china suspected in this this seems like an epic failure of our cybersecurity. >> it certainly is not a success. the office of personnel management that was hacked has seen previous hacks before and this is a b
ABC
Nov 29, 2009 10:30am EST
country are on food stamps. 1 out of 8 americans. when we buy our christmas products, we're buying china products. i have real problems of expanding this war. the u.s. doing is the work that the rest of the world is doing. i want to see some international cooperation, not just from europe, russia and china. what happens in afghanistan impacts what happens in pakistan. that's enormously important. >> you know the russians aren't going to go back into afghanistan. >> i have a real problem sporting 30,000 or 40,000 more troops and hundred billions a year more on top of what we're spending in iraq. >> senator graham? >> i would like to hear the details from the president on tuesday. i would support an increase in troops that bernie just indicated about pakistan. the iranians are threatening to withdraw from talks on their nuclear program. we'll be evaluated by some pretty tough characters. on how we handle afghanistan. i hope the president will tell the world our troops and anybody listening tuesday, that will never happen again with this new surge of forces. taliban will never take back ove
ABC
Jun 5, 2016 9:00am EDT
that want to move our way. china is pushing them our way. it's my hope that we'll be able to negotiate something that works. the flaws been pointed out and things need resolved but having an agreement with country in the southeast asia area is important for our nation and i hope we'll get to a place where we have an agreement that americans can support if which specific ideas of donald trump on foreign policy are you enthusiastic about, are you ready to fight for? >> so, i think -- here's what i have seen in many of the statements that's made. it's something that secretary baker would -- it's a degree of realism coming back and our foreign policy. for years we've had neocons on the republican side. we've had liberal internationalists on the democratic side and i think bringing that maturity back into our foreign policy is something that's important. that doesn't mean us being isolationists but it does mean selective engagement and we've had some great hearings on this topic. it's bringing looking at our u.s. national interest realizing who our friends are, relationships, thin
ABC
Oct 4, 2009 10:00am EDT
said to saudi arabia, some gesture please toward israel, they didn't. in the end, china, please restrain your greenhouse gases, they won't. nato please take some of our gitmo terrorists, they won't. nato, please send troops to afghanistan, they won't. saying no to the president. >> i think that's antidemocratic. what they're trying to do. i believe with the primary system in our country. going and saying to israel, halt settlements, that's the right of the u.s. president. that's called international relations, diplomacy, speaking out the world. >> all i'm saying is that the world adores him and ignores him. >> but the world is marching on its terms. america is no longer a superpower. i think this administration understands the limit of u.s. power. what president obama is trying to do and yesterday, when he spoke about the national emergency in our country, which is the jobs crisis, that's where you begin to see a president who needs to limit his perspective. i think he needs to be forced to by the nature of our times. he needs to step up on the jobs crisis. because that's not ju
ABC
Dec 4, 2016 9:30am CST
win for workers or just bad business? plus -- >> china is ripping us off. what china is doing to us is horrible. >> announcer: challenging china, trump talking to taiwan, was this breach of protocol a dangerous blunder or smart secretary of state? could this man have the inside track. >> very good conversation and we'll see where it goes from here. >> announcer: we'll ask general david petraeus should his mishandling of classified information take him out of the running? the country in transition. >> we're not going to be divided for long. i've always brought people together. >> announcer: what's fact, what's fiction and what's next? mike pence, david here live from abc news, it's "this week." here now chief anchor, george stephanopoulos. >> good morning, let's get right to it. we are joined by the man leading the trump transition, vice president-elect mike pence. congratulations on your victory. >> thank you, george. >> thank you for coming in. let's get right to china. that call with the leader of taiwan. as far as we know no president or president-elect has spoken with taiwan's l
ABC
Jan 10, 2016 8:00am PST
. >>> financial markets open the year deep in the red after a sell-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 blockbuster jobs report on friday that capped the best two years of job gains since the boom days of the 1990s. what's behind it and what's it here to discuss it, two of the nation's top economists, glenn hubbard, dean of columbia university business school former chair of of economic advisers under george w. 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 global crisis in your column on friday. we heard people like george soros say it was as bad as 2008. >> china is messed up. i'm definitely buying into the hard landing for china story now. it looks like a bad mess and it looks like japan when it had its big bust but only worse without the social cohesion. china looks bad. the question is whether you can make that a story where the rest of the world gets
ABC
Jan 10, 2016 9:00am CST
column on friday. we heard people like george soros say it was as bad as 2008. >> china is messed up. i'm definitely buying into the hard landing for china story now. it looks like a bad mess and it looks like japan when it had its big bust but only worse without the social cohesion. china looks bad. the question is whether you can make that a story where the rest of the world gets dragged down and numbers make that a hard story totoell. globalization, the united states only sells about $1 in $7 of and most of that is to canada, europe, not to china. so, it's a little bit haha to tell that story. but, you know, like i said in the column, i don't have the even though the numbers don't work i'm worried. >> so the markets overreact. >> no, i am worried about china. paul is right. our direct exposure to china and trade is small. exports are only two-thirds of our gdp. but that's a known known. the known u uknownknown is the chinese debt problem which is large but the scariest is the unknown unknown. we all know that china has a lot of negative net present value investment. it's an econom
ABC
Sep 27, 2015 10:00am EDT
question about china, you said in an op-ed recently, we should retaliate against china for large-scale cyberattacks. are you saying offensive cyber attacks against china? >> i'm saying anyone who attacks to understand that there will be consequences for that. you know, we can't just sit around and talk about it. that's going to be one of the real factors in the future, not only that, but we have to harden our grid, we have to have several layers of all alternate energy, we have to get back into space. he who controls space will control the earth. you know there are a lot of things we have to do. we have to take a strong stance. strength is really the defense against aggressiveness by others. >> and just one final question, kanye west told an interviewer earlier this month that, when he heard you speak, he thought that you were the most brilliant guy and he tried to call you. first of all, i want to know whether, have you gotten in touch over the last few weeks? did you get in touch the last few weeks? with your campaign? opportunity to talk with him. i was extremely impressed wit
ABC
Jan 10, 2016 8:00am MST
. >>> financial markets open the sell-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 blockbuster jobs report on friday that capped the best two years of job gains 1990s. what's behind it and what's it mean for your money? here to discuss it, economists, glenn university business school former chair of of economic advisers under george w. bush when it had its big bust but only worse without the social cohesion. china looks bad. make that a story where the rest of the world gets dragged down 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 is to canada, europe, not to china. so, it's a little bit hard to tell that story. but, you know, like i said in the column, i don't have the courage of my complacency. even though the numbers don't work i'm worried. >> so the markets overreact. >> no, i am worried about china. paul is right. our direct exposure to china and trade is small. exports are
ABC
Apr 23, 2017 9:00am EDT
with the president of china the same day her business won three trademark approvalsen side of china. we do couldn't to see here, these questions, everyone with the family's making efforts to divest themselves of some of the holdings. the questions remain. >> as we saw from the poll, the president is holding 96% of his voters say they would vote for him again. i want to bring in a man who talks to a big chunk of those voters every day. bill cunningham. solid trump country there in ohio. how do you explain the grip the president maintains on those voters? >> i think largely it's emotional. donald trump is a rock star. to give you some idea, we're the middle of trump country. i can walk or drive to canada, mexico, the atlantic ocean, and the border of california and never set foot in a clinton state or a clinton county. in cincinnati, also, "usa today" not exactly a conservative publication, sent out a bunch of reporters into southern ohio and kentucky a few weeks ago the to get ready for a story today. the first sentence of the story is, keep it up, president trump. think there's a di
ABC
Aug 21, 2016 9:00am EDT
new york times," that his businesses owe millions 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? >> it's not just secretary 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? >> what the is that they'll continue to operate. 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 di
ABC
Dec 4, 2016 8:00am PST
discussion i think is very much warranted with russia and, indeed, with china as well as our allies and partners around the world. >> is a meeting of the minds possible with russia on syria? when you were in the government you were advocating arming and supporting the syrian rebels. president-elect trump doesn't seem all that interested in that and russia has been decimating them in recent weeks. >> well, look, let's, first of all, focus on the defeat of da'esh, of the islamic state and the al qaeda affiliate in syria, in some cases that will be pursued in support of some of the opposition forces that are on the ground in syria. that is the primary vehicle we have on the ground, and it is what is being enabled by our intelligence surveillance reconnaissance and strike assets overhead. the ultimate resolution of syria inevitably is going to involve all the different regional stakeholders, the sunni opposition forces, the syrian kurds and, indeed, the regime forces that are being supported by russia. and ultimately discussions with russia continuing what secretary kerry has been doing wil
ABC
Mar 6, 2016 8:00am PST
communities in america. companies shut down. they go to china, mexico, pay people low wages, bring their products back into the united states. very bad policies for the american worker. >> at the same time, there's a new poll out this morning in michigan. the nbc/marist poll. it still shows you pretty far back. 57 to 40. a lot of ground to make up in a few days. >> it's a funny thing about the polls, george. we started this campaign, as you well know, at 3% in the polls. 3%. we have come a very, very long way. closing the gap nationally with secretary clinton. i'm very proud that in many of these matchups that take place, sanders versus trump, clinton versus trump, you know who is doing better against trump? bernie sanders is. in almost every state we've contested. we started off in iowa, 50 points behind. new hampshire, 30 points behind. won new hampshire, tied in iowa. we're closing the gap here in michigan. and i think we're going to surprise people on election night. >> as you know, the delegate math is working against you. democrats have proportional representation. she has a 200-po
ABC
Oct 21, 2012 10:00am EDT
romney. not true. governor, you're the last person to get tough on china. >> the race is close, combative and completely up for grabs. >>> and now as the candidates make closing arguments, their biggest guns out in force. our big questions. did obama's comeback debate put him back in this race? can romtney knock him back down in tomorrow's face-off? >> what will be the final twist that determines this race? our headliners. chicago mayor and former white house chief of staff, rahm emanuel. and top romney ally, senator marco rubio of florida. >>> plus, insight and analysis from our powerhouse roundtable. with matthew dowd, ralph reed, van jones, debbie wasserman schultz and greta van susteren of fox news. >>> and we say farewell to governor mcgovern. >>> hello again. early this morning, we learned that george mcgovern, the first senator to oppose the vietnam war, democratic nominee for president in 1972, has passed away at the age of 90. we'll remember him later in the show. >>> but we begin with the race to the white house. just 16 days to go and more signs this morning that romney's first
ABC
Jan 22, 2012 8:00am PST
need green energy, george. >> i would expect him to do several things. i think he will attack china as a currency manipulator. second, he has to choose sooner or later, do taxes on millionaires and billionaires begin with couples earning $250,000? that used to be his position. we'll see what it is. most of all, he's going to campaign this year on his impatience with our congressional system. he's going to say we can't wait. we have to somehow override the madisonian structure of our constitution. >> is that enough for him given the fact that this is probably the most unpopular congress in the history of america? or do people blaming him for not making the system work? >> i think all indications, at the core of the speech will be a follow-up to the speech in kansas. it will be an economic populism that will contrast. you will have an argument of the populist argument. against cultural argument. nonetheless, elites in washington trying to run your life, or economic elites giving you the shaft. it will give you a great fundamental debate on the role of government. it won't decide the elec
ABC
Mar 4, 2012 9:00am EST
is using supercomputing to fight cancer. an industrial city in china is becoming a high-tech hub in under four years. britain's building a smart grid to help cut emissions by 80%. even an independent studio in malaysia can produce big-time blockbusters. transforming business through the cloud. that's what i'm working on. i'm an ibmer. let's build a smarter planet. my dad and grandfather spent their whole careers here. [ charlie ] we're the heartbeat of this place, the people on the line. we take pride in what we do. when that refrigerator ships out the door, it's us that work out here. [ michael ] we're on the forefront of revitalizing manufacturing. we're proving that it can be done here, and it can be done well. [ ilona ] i came to ge after the plant i was working at closed after 33 years. ge's giving me the chance to start back over. [ cindy ] there's construction workers everywhere. so what does that mean? it means work. it means work for more people. [ brian ] there's a bright future here, and there's a chance to get on the ground floor of something big, something that will bri
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