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in the south china see, that has the world flouting american power. we're going to -- we're going to go back to the days of peace through strength. i have to tell you that all this talk about tax returns and i get it, you know, you want to keep bringing that up, must have -- >> he made the promise. >> but hillary clinton and her husband set up a private foundation called the clinton foundation. while she was secretary of st e state, the clinton foundation accepted tens of millions of dollars from foreign governments and foreign donors. now, y'all need to know all there, this is basic stuff. foreign donors and certainly foreign governments cannot participate in the american political process. they cannot make financial contributions. but the clintons figure out a way to create a foundation where foreign governments and foreign donors could donate millions of dollars and then we found thanks to the good work of the associated press that more than half of her private meetings when she was secretary of state were given to major donors of the clinton foundation. when you talk about all th
interestingly enough, elaine, the u.n. followed and did china will use their veto in the security council to veto their package like that they are getting worried about north korea, too, they supported the package, though many of the sanctions are against chinese firms, chinese financial institutions. so, we are working together with china, and we need to china is another one of those relationships where it's competitive, it is also challenging, and in times like north korea, we have to be able to cooperate. hillary understands that very well. she went once famously to china and stood up meeting, said, women's rights are human rights. they didn't want her to say that, but she did. but she's worked on a lot of diplomatic and important diplomatic deals with china, and that's what it's going to take. the thing i would worry a little bit about is donald trump owes about $650 million to banks including the bank of china. i'm not sure he could stand up so tough to the people who are loaned him money. >> all right, i'd like to turn to our next segment now, and in issues. you have both been open abo
china, and we need to china is another one of those relationships where it's competitive, it is also challenging, and in times like north korea, we have to be able to cooperate. hillary understands that very well. she went once famously to china and stood up at a human rights meeting, sa are human rights. they didn't want her to say that, but she did. but she's worked on a lot of diplomatic and important diplomatic deals with china, and that's what it's going to take. the thing i would worry a little bit about is donald trump owes about $650 million to banks including the bank of china. i'm not sure he could stand up so tough to the people who are loaned him money. >> all right, i'd like to turn to our next segment now, and in this i'd like to focus on social the role that faith has played in your lives. can you discuss in detail a time when you struggled to balance your personal faith and a public policy position? senator kaine? >> yeah, that's an easy one for me, elaine. it's an easy one. i'm really fortunate, i grew up in a wonderful household with great irish catholic parents, my
Search Results 0 to 10 of about 11 (some duplicates have been removed)