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and governor brad stad as ambassador to china because he's been to china a lot of times and overall has done a fantastic job on the export side. >> dr. larimer: i believe that governor branstad has the best relationship with china at that point, so that's the rumors i've hear, but beyond that, i haven't heard a whole lot. that these things are not going to happen overnight and seen seeing the protests which is unfortunate. what does he need to do right away? >> dr. larimer: as far as after the election in terms of trig to bion final segment, trying to be -- unifying, have a calmer tone and think about the calculations they want to have once they take office in january. like i said, for policy scholars, we talk about what is often called the policy window that, you have this little republican party has this opening. what are they going to push through that window? if you push too hard or too big, you may get backlash two years later and we saw that, like i said, with obama in 2008 where they put the affordable care act through and then in 2010 they lost seats and with the trump admin
to work with china, russia, india, countries around the world, and we can do it and in the process we'll create millions of jobs. so count me in as somebody who be believes, along with pope francis, for example, he talks about us moving in a suicidal direction, we have to transform our energy system and that's why i opposed the bakken pipeline because it just encourages the skaf administration and transportation of fossil fuel. >> ron: just briefly, i have a
planet and we can't allow that to lap. we have to work with china, russia, india, countries around the world, and we can do it and in the process we'll create millions of jobs. so count me in as somebody who be believes, along with pope francis, for example, he talks about us moving ina suicidal direction, we have to transform our energy system and that's why i opposed the bakken pipeline because it just encourages the skaf admintration and transportationonf fossil fuel. >> ron: just briefly, i have a couple more questions here. the fed recently, for the first time in a decade, raised interest ratat. was that the right decision? >> sen. sanders: i think not. the fed has the responsibility of controlling inflation, but also of giving us astrong economy in terms of empmpyment. and i worry very much that while the official unemployment rate may be 5%, real unemployment is include people that have given up looking for work or are working part time. i think what we need to do is do our best to make sure that install and peed yum sized businesses can get affordable loans and interest rates t
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