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CSPAN
Sep 11, 2016 10:00am EDT
exert u.s. power to influence affairs in china. clinton: i think our relationships with china are important and i don't want to isolate china, but i think it is a mistake for us to do what this administration did when all those kids went out there carrying the statue of liberty in tiananmen square. mr bush sent two people in secret to toast the chinese leaders and basically tell them not to worry about it. they rewarded him by opening negotiations with iran to transfer nuclear technology. that was their response to that sort of action. now that the voices in the congress and throughout the country have insisted that we do something about china, look at what has happened. china has finally agreed to stop sending us products made with prison labor. not because we coddled them, but because the administration was pushed into doing something about it. and recently the chinese have announced they are going to lower some barriers to our products, which they ought to do since they have a $15 billion trade surplus with the united states under mr. bush. the second biggest surplus next to ja
CSPAN
Nov 4, 2016 4:32am EDT
arm's control negotiations with the russians. we've opened relations with china. we've arranged the disengagement in the middle east, we've regained influence without deserting israel, now we've begun a process of peaceful change in africa. you've objected in this campaign to the style with which much of this was done and you've mentioned some other things that you think ought to have been done. but do you really have a quarrel with this republican record, would you not have done any of those things? >> well, i think this republican administration has been almost all style and spectacular and not substance. we've got a chance to actually talk about, first of all, leadership, the character of our country and a vision of the future. and every one of these instances, the ford administration has failed and i hope tonight, will have a chance to discuss a reason for those failures. our country is not strong any more. we're not respected any more. we can only be strong if we're strong at home. and when i become president, we'll not only be strong in those areas, but also in defense, a defe
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