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CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 4:49pm EDT
president of the united states, george w. bush, made comments in new york city yesterday. i would like you to address comments he made regarding the concerning the issue of russia, specifically russian influence in the united states. he said the russian government is making progress in turning americans against each other. and he said russian interference will not be successful or will . foreign aggression including cyber attacks and financial influence should never be downplayed or tolerated. do you agree with those sentiments? ms. sanders: do we agree that russian interference should not be tolerated? absolutely. we have said that many times before and would certainly argue that has been repeated. i know i have said it at least a dozen times from this podium. reporter: i want to follow up with a question i asked you if you times, most recently in july. it relates to our relationship with russia, and i have never gotten an answer from you. does president trump view russia as an ally, a partner, or a n adversary? ms. sanders: a lot of that depends on russia and what type of relationship th
CSPAN
Apr 18, 2016 8:00pm EDT
of the economy, eight years under george w. bush, and then a side-by-side comparison of the conomy eight years under president obama, i think it's pretty clear who actually has been the responsible fiscal stewards. 20.3 million jobs created under the clinton presidency. america lost 650,000 jobs in eight years under the bush presidency. america has now gained more than 14 million private sector jobs under eight years of the obama presidency. and what's been demonstrated is that the argument that if you lower tax rates you create economic prosperity, is phony. because bill clinton raised the 39.6%. rate to didn't seem to adversely impact the economy. in fact, it was humming between 1992 and 2008. george bush comes to office, lowers the tax rate for high income earners from 39.6% to 35%, we had the greatest recession in the history of modern america, the worst financial crisis since the great depression. and president obama come into office and he raises the top tax rate again from 35% to 39.6%, more than 14 million jobs created, unemployment rate dropped under his tenure from over 1
CSPAN
Jan 6, 2017 9:47pm EST
sense illustration that he is better inveigle they race from president george w. bush and then was plunging to the bottom of the day paul. that is not the situation president trump will face with a much more financially beneficial situation to have an opportunity to build on that momentum. to have many more advantages . to have a stable financial system and an economy that has built up momentum of economic growth and wage growth. to have an opportunity. >>. >> stood to exchange by those those do you suspect there is a conversation between the two of them because it was the zero passionately done? >> there is no plan to call the president-elect on his schedule today. he could return a call he has been doing that since the election. but as the intelligence leaders testified yesterday with the ambiguity of the statement was not ambiguous. i will let them speak to let them take a look ahead unclassified report. i doubt if there is anything ambiguous. >> because of their lack of ambiguity is that reasonable to expect and to think about this is seems like a natural thing to do. >> i thin
CSPAN
Jan 3, 2017 6:03pm EST
of being written. i'll come back to you with something. okay. george. >> what happened to those two two young organizers? they end up in the cabinet as ambassadors? >> one of them worked at the white house and i'm not sure what happened to the other one. both have gone on to do quite well, i'm sure, but there are at least a couple of other people that i first met in that iowa des moines, des moines iowa campaign headquarters that are still working at the white house today. i'm not the only one who's still around. >> chris, last one u. >> over the weekend, the preefing on the affordable care act to discrimination against trans gender people and women who have had abortions. does it make sense for the administration to fight that decision as 17 days remain? >> well, i've been referring to the department of justice for the legal strategy that will pursue. obviously they believe deeply that regardless of their sexual orientation should have access to quality, affordable health care, free from any sort of discrimination. that's not just a principle and value that the administration belie
CSPAN
Nov 10, 2015 7:09pm EST
about veterans organized by the chamber of commerce is and the george w. bush institute. and on washington journal we will talk about the latest on veteran's issues and your input via calls, facebook postings and tweets. and conversations with freshman members of congress beginning with seth molten and then representative steve russell, a former ranger whose unit helped hunt down saddam hussein. and then a ceremony at the tome tomb of the unknown. and representative ryan talks about his service in iraq as a normer navy seal followed by a harvard gradute who decided to fight in iraq and join the marines. >> the candidates for the louisiana governor's office face off before the 21st runoff election. and then phillip hammond talks about energy and climate change. tonight we will take you live to b baton rouge for the louisiana governor's debate. john bel edwards faces off against republican senator david vitter ahead of the state's runoff election on november 21st. the debate is hosted by louisiana public broadcasting. our live coverage begins in just a moment here on c-span2.
CSPAN
Oct 12, 2017 8:58pm EDT
former director of the white house photo office under president george w. bush -- h.w. bush. >> if i say something about his hair, and i take his photo in his hair looks nice, nobody will ever believe it was not set up. so i just took the photo and i ended up running to full pages in life magazine. and over the next 20 years or so, it was in the classic moments in life and in 2011 it was selected in the issue, one of the best photos in life magazine for the past 75 years. announcer: american history tv, all weekend, every weekend, only on c-span3. >> everything was devastating for him in the end. he was in some ways isolated and alone. announcer: sunday night, the author and professor at amherst college, william telman and his rbachav.", "go he trusted them to follow him where they had never gone before. and he trusted them to follow him as he moved the country toward a market economy, from a command economy. he trusted them to follow him and trust him as he made peace in the cold war against the ancient enemy, the united dates. so he trusted them too much, it turned out. announcer:
CSPAN
Feb 23, 2016 8:21pm EST
in 2008, june 12, 2008 cision in the case against george bush, president of the united states, combined with another case, but the decision of the majority of the court, as justice scalia pointed out, was theotally inconsistent with majority's own majority opinion in a prior case regarding people who are captured on the battlefield, who are clearly at war with the united states and throughout the history of war warfare, at least among civilized nations in the history of warfare, the civilized thing to do was to hold those who were at war with you until such time as the group they represent come from, declared, no longer at war with you. then they can be released unless they have committed some heinous crime for which they should account beyond that of being part of the war against the nation. so the supreme court majority had previously said basically that of course the constitution gives the congress the power to create tribunals, to create courts as my former constitutional law professor said, there's only one court in the whole country's federal system that owes its creatio
CSPAN
Jun 29, 2017 12:58pm EDT
have said that. that was the point though, that all the oil and gas had been found. so george mitchell didn't read the, he didn't read that. didn't believe that. innovation, technology. drives this country. it always has. i think we ought to be a little skeptical when somebody says this is the end of this. this is bad. it's okay to ask those questions. so, my point is that with coal, there may be some uses of coal that we never b even dreamed ed before that can really make a big difference because when you think about the rare earth man ralls controlled by countries outside of the united states. so, with that -- >> your phone, governor and people are talking about states as it relates to the repeal and replace of obama care. >> you've touched on one of my favorite subjects. >> thank you. that has federalism. and i had, here we go. they're innovated just like we are. governors have within their states and their bright young people who work with them in the private sector, they will come up with ways to deliver health care. and give options to their citizens. i know for a fact connecticu
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