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Nov 12, 2014 8:00pm PST
. >> the u.s. and china reach a historic agreement on reducing carbon emissions, and they said it couldn't be done. >> a lot of entrepreneurs and businesspeople from china, they laugh at our stupidity as a country. >> "all in" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york, i'm chris hayes. for the second day in a row, missouri state and local officials have taken to the microphones to talk about their preparations from the moment that everyone in metro st. louis is waiting for. the grand jury's decision whether or not to indict police officer darren wilson in the shooting death of michael brown, an unarmed 18-year-old. earlier today just hours before a call with attorney general eric holder, st. louis mayor francis slay and charlie dooley spoke to the public echoing what governor nixon said yesterday. >> violence is not the constitutionally protected right. damaging property is not constitutionally protected. inciting violence that's an immediate threat is not protected by the constitution. we will not tolerate any of it. >> even as mayor slay warned against violence, county ex
MSNBC
Apr 13, 2017 12:00am PDT
bombshell bill o'reilly report. >> caution. >> and all of the promises -- >> china cheats. they devalue their currency. >> the president has broken in just the last 24 hours. >> i think it's fairly safe to assume that was hyperbole. >> when "all in" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. on a day in which the u.s. secretary of state met in person in moscow with vladimir putin, tonight new details on a third member of the trump campaign who may have acted as a foreign agent. today a spokesman for paul manafort says the former chairman of the trump campaign is now in talks to register retroactively with the u.s. government as a foreign agent for his lobbying work in ukraine where manafort had worked for a pro-russian political party. he would not be the first. last month, trump's now disgraced former national security adviser michael flynn registered retroactively as a foreign agent for his lobbying work on behalf of turkey after having resigned for lying about his conversations with the russian ambassador. and last night, "the washington post" reported that th
MSNBC
Dec 6, 2016 12:00am PST
call. today, reports trump was intentionally provoking the world power. >> china has created the greatest theft in the history of the united states. >> the high stakes of donald trump's first global feud as president-elect. >>> plus, what was al gore doing at trump tower today? tonight, my exclusive interview with the former vice president on his talks with ld trump and calls to ditch the electoral college. >>> then, senator sherrod brown on why he's troubled by the ben carson pick for h.u.d. the massive victory for activists against the dakota pipeline when "all in" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. 46 days until he's sworn in as president of the united states, donald trump is back to one of his signature moves from the campaign trail, engaging in a public feud. during the campaign, trump feuded with everyone from an ex-beauty queen to a judge to the elder statesman of his own party. feuds have been part of his reality persona going back years. think about his long-time beef with rosie o'donnell. never back down, never surrender. in this case, ho
MSNBC
Sep 24, 2013 5:00pm PDT
solution. en. >> even if you concede climate change is real, you can't do it alone. china and india are planning to build hundreds of coal-fired power plants. >> there are other countries that are polluting in the atmosphere much greater than we are at this point, china and india. >> i don't think we can control emissions from china and india. >> you're never going to get china and india on board. >> i don't think you can do that much about it unless you deindustrialize india and china. >> if we get india and china not working with us, all we'll do is ship millions of american jobs just overseas. >> just last week congressman david mckinley of west virginia defending his state's dependency on big coal used the new brand of denialism to combat the obama administration's plan to carb carbon pollution. >> china,oscopyia, russia and europe are all expanding their use of coal. the administration is embarking now on a new global initiative, exporting uncertainty. >> these arguments come from the very same people who espouse the virtues of american exceptionalism. and yet when it comes to the
MSNBC
Jul 9, 2015 12:00am PDT
tell but the latino vote. i will take jobs back from china, from japan where they're making so many cars. millions and millions of cars. what do we get? we send very little to japan by comparison. i'll take jobs back from mexico. mexico will be the car capital of the world the way they're building. ford is now building a $2.5 billion plant. $2.5 billion in mexico. they're going to sell cars in the united states and cars and trucks. how does that help us? tennessee they just lost a plan that was going to be built in tennessee. it went to mexico. so mexico will take care of their people. as i said before, their leaders are smarter than our leaders and far better. and that will never happen if i'm president. >> you have 17% of the population that is latino. a lot of them say they're very offended by what you're saying was a misquote. or a misunderstanding. do you want to apologize? >> there's nothing to apologize for. there's nothing to apologize for. read my statement myself statement is referring to mexico and they're pushing a lot of bad people into our country and we're taking care
MSNBC
Feb 17, 2016 5:00pm PST
bringing them back from china, from all over asia, from mexico. >> but what would you do? but what about entrepreneurs? what are you going to do specifically to help the small business owners like monique? >> number one, we have to get rid of rules and regulations. you have regulations that are so bad now, i have friends that have small businesses and this is whether it's african-american or not, and you know exactly what i'm talking about. the rules and regulations, the regulations of companies today are so outrageous that they cannot compete with companies, similar companies in china, asia, other places. they can't compete. so the regulations are going to be gone. we're going to give incentives. we're also doing major tax cuts because small businesses are paying taxes that are far too much and you're paying a lot of tax. i guess you're making money. you read my book so you should be making money i would hope. >> here we go. >> no, no. >> we're going to go to commercial. >> oh, my lord. but we are going to get more of your questions coming up. when we come back, we'll take some more que
MSNBC
Sep 15, 2014 8:00pm PDT
on capitol hill is china. china has to do it. if china doesn't do anything, we're screwed anyway. china, you jump in the pool first. we'll jump in after you. >> we need to end this kind of finger pointing strategy and start to take actions. actually china is going to take action and is taking already. so probably china today is the largest country producing renewable energy in the world. china is probably taking actions in order to reduce the pollution in beijing and other large cities. and the way to do that, we need to provide some type of instruments in order to get those outcomes in an affordable way. and we are trying to do so. >> you have some credibility on this because you signed a climate law in 2012, if i'm not mistaken, and i believe it was the first with hard targets for emissions in a developing country in mexico. what were the politics like there. were you getting beaten up in the same ways that barack obama on the epa is getting beaten up? >> in that sense, mexico is suffering a lot from climate change. right now today the hurricane in the pacific is destroying the
MSNBC
May 2, 2017 12:00am PDT
china. in the same meeting that he came out of that they were discussing on the phone, that same summit that he head, the summit, he was the honorary. at that summit, he came out and said, there's nothing we can do about the chinese build up in the islands. he was basically saying that the u.s. position, which is we want freedom of navigation in the south china sea, therefore cannot build up these islands voluntarily and keep other countries from navigating there freely. he was saying, oh, we don't back you in the united states. it's odd to me that -- i think we have to pay attention not to what trump said about inviting him over, what was it that he said. >> and then he responds by saying he may be too busy for the white house visit. i also want to be clear. there's been incredible reporting and there's incredible photo saving what is happening right now is a moral abomination, you're talking about people being murdered, by the police with absolutely no justice. these are people who are not convicted of anything, sometimes they're drug addicts and they're not, they're just people. it i
MSNBC
Apr 12, 2017 5:00pm PDT
about really getting to know china's president xi, when he called bashar al assad a butcher, i thought i heard someone say, merry christmas. and that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in" with chris hayes starts right now. >>> tonight on "all in." >> putin is the leader of russia. russia is a strong country. >> foreign agents. >> paul manafort has done an amazing job. >> new questions about trump aides working for foreign governments as rex tillerson meets with vladimir putin. >> we touched only briefly on the issue of cybersecurity. >> the latest on the trump campaign probe and the state of u.s. foreign policy. >> i said we've just launched 59 missiles heading to iraq. >> headed to syria? >> yes. >> then after a strong showing in kansas, democrats hope to flip a gop seat in georgia. congressman john lewis and eric swalwell join me from atlanta on the resistance. >>> plus bernie sanders on how dems plan to take back congress. gabe sherman on his bombshell bill o'reilly report. >> caution. >> and all of the promises -- >> china cheats. they devalue their curre
MSNBC
Apr 22, 2015 12:00am PDT
these cost us jobs. our trade deficit since we passed with china went from about 12 or 15 billion a year to 15 -- more than $25 billion a month with china, and that's directly lost jobs. because we're buying things from them that we used to make in the united states. >> but folks say, yes, it's not zero some and consumers are gaining. the trade deals we've done, particularly the trade with china there's lost jobs but huge amounts of consumer saves and the consumer saves mean money in people's pockets in households throughout the country >>well, things might cost less, maybe, but we know that people have less income to pay for those things. we're moving because of the trade agreements to a low-wage economy instead of an economy that we used to be post war from the '40s and the '80s. maybe into the early -- no maybe even into the '90s where wages went up and people could afford to buy things. and now we're not. >> what is your theory -- you said something interesting and it goes back to nafta which you wrote a book about it and which i've read. it's quite good. >> thank you. >> about
MSNBC
Sep 16, 2014 12:00am PDT
. for instance, the big argument is china. if china doesn do it, we're screwed anyway. so, china, if you jump in the pool first, we'll ump jump in after you. >> we need to stop this finger pointing. china is going to take action and has taken already. china is probably taking actions in order to reduce pollution in large cities. in order to do that, we need to provide some sort of instruments to get those outcomes in an affordable way. and we are trying to do so. >> you have some credibility on this because you signed a climate law in 2012, if i'm not mistaken. and i believe it was the first with hard targets for emissions in a developing country in mexico. what were the politics like that there? were you getting beaten up in the same ways that barack obama, in the epa instance, is getting beaten up? >> right now, today, the hurricane in the pacific is destroying part of los cabos and the beautiful sea of coral at the scene. so the problem is we're paying for high costs. and all the country will pay for that. >> was it the case of mexicans look out and say oh, man, we're already in t
MSNBC
Oct 7, 2014 12:00am PDT
to increase the coal consumption in china every year for the next 20 years. let's take one segment of our society in appalachian and reduce greenhouse gases. impossible. absurd. ridiculous from our perspective down in appalachia. what i'm suggesting, i don't think a lot of people in government want to hear from us, just to be honest about it. it's the feelings of the people and yiet frankly, i share that view. >> the rest of that interview k078ing up next. [coughing] dave, i'm sorry to interrupt... i gotta take a sick day tomorrow. dads don't take sick days, dads take nyquil. the nighttime, sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, fever, best sleep with a cold, medicine. >>> that's roberts in the blue with bill clinton, in the blue, as well. roberts called grimes a strong supporter of coal which carries a lot of weight. if there is anyone who wants to see coal flourish, it's the head of the mine workers union. cecil roberts told me he is frustrated by the obama add menstruation's epa and furious about what has happened to jobs in the coal industry. >> there has been 14,000 c,al miner
MSNBC
Jun 28, 2013 5:00pm PDT
done a good job of at late. china's was $200 billion last year. compare that to the u.s. if the united states is not leading in africa, we're going to fall behind in a very important region in the world. over the last decade, an incredible story unfolded in b sub-saharan africa, where six of the ten fastest growing economies are located. over the next decade, africa's gdp is expected to raise by an average of 6% a year. africa matters, not for a site of aid or development or pity. the president is there to try to stake a claim in this emerging market. also africa matters to the president in a personal way. for a black man, the country's first black president, standing in the door of no return. the entrance to the slaveships heading to the americas obviously holds the kind of symbolism absent from george w. bush's bill clinton's visit to africa. this is barack hussein obama, son of barack hussein obama sr., born and raised in kenya. in fact, nelson mandela right now in johannesburg are the two most famous men in the world through which african blood runs. joining me, she has live
MSNBC
Dec 2, 2016 5:00pm PST
that could lead to a massive diplomatic dispute with nuclear armed china. rachel maddow will be here to discuss that. trump announcing a crucial cabinet pick. comes with a massive catch. trump tapping for defense secretary james "mad dog" mattis. >> they say he's the closest thing to general george patton that we have, and it's about time. it's about time. >> as the nickname mad dog who imply, he's an extremely colorful character, famous for giving marines like this, be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet. in 2005, msnbc news reported on mattis, how he finds it fun to shoot people. >> you have to understand -- guys like that ain't got no manhood left anyway, so it's fun to shoot them. >> mattis i the closest thing america has to a tough talking hollywood general. he was featured in "generation kill." >> godfather. >> hold your marines back for now. he's [ bleep ] unfit to present himself. >> trump says he doesn't have time to read much. mattis is an avid reader of military history, considers reading to be a crucial tool for the battlefield. >> you stay
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2015 5:00pm PST
. china and india are reported to be the two major holdouts. the white house said today that obama has called the chinese president. that comes after calls to french, brazilian, and indian leaders, all calls from the president, signaling the white house is willing to expend a significant amount of political capital to get an agreement, one that could cement the president's climate legacy. a legacy that 50 years from now could very well crowd out everything else depending on how these paris negotiations among other things go. now, there are two things that can be said about president obama's record on climate change. he has been the best president on climate we have ever had. there's not even a number two. it's just him. and at the same time it is quite likely that history will judge him still harshly for not doing enough to save the planet. joining me now, bill nye the science guy, ceo of the planetary society. what do you think about that? when we look back on this period, say, 30 years from now, how this legacy will look. >> it will look as good as it can. he's done two things. first
MSNBC
Apr 5, 2017 12:00am PDT
, solve nor kor china does not, is set to meet with chinese president xi jinping later this week in florida, where north korea will be at the top of the agenda. a senior white house official told reporters today, the clock has now run out on pyongyang adding all options are on the table. joining me now retired army colonel lawrence wilkerson. colonel, i want to read you two statements and get your reaction to how this president is positioning american policy on this incredibly high-stakes issue. this is the president talking about north korea to the financial times. well, if china is not going to solve north korea, we will. and this is rex tillerson just moments ago. north korea launched yet another intermediate range ballistic missile. united states has spoken enough about north korea. we have no further comment. how do you understand the u.s.-north korea policy at this moment? >> chris, i understand it in a way that i'm deeply concerned about. i've been on and off the korean peninsula as a military professional and diplomat for over 40 years. i've participated in what rex tillerso
MSNBC
Nov 17, 2016 5:00pm PST
. james, you know, you just have this -- you got this big cover story out about china. and what applies to china applies to a lot of players in the world which is the question now is, you know, american foreign policy has a certain continuity baked into the struck thstruck structure. the continuity is an important part ha world as uncertain of ours of not precipitating an international crisis. i wonder what you think about what you're seeing develop here. >> i think we can't underscore often enough how extraordinary, how anomalous, how unprecedented it is what we're seeing practically every hour. in these past nine days or so. of what the president-elect is proposing for the world. to think about, we heard about isis, that part of the world, to think about japan and china, this loose talk about nuclear rearmament for japan, the foundation of japan's sense of itself and the presentation of the world is the fact it was the only nation that was ever attacked by nuclear weapons by the united states, of course, in 1945. and so just to kind of roll that off as something we might consider is q
MSNBC
Mar 13, 2014 12:00am PDT
days ago with 239 people on board. three large shapes floating in the south china sea. the largest of which was estimated to be 79 feet wide by 72 feet long. the images were captured near the last known location of the beijing bound aircraft which lost contact with air control about an hour after departing kuala lumpur. at this hour, there's no confirmation from the chinese government or anyone else that these images are wreckage from the missing jetliner. senior u.s. defense tell nbc news they have no information on the chinese satellite imagery. malaysian authorities continue to offer conflicting and confusing information as anguished families of the missing try to hold out hope. last night we reported that malaysia's air force chief told a newspaper that military radar had picked up the flight off the western coast of malaysia, suggesting the flight had taken a sharp left, radically veering off its flight path. that official released a statement today denying those comments, even though they had been confirmed by high ranking military officials. and then at a press conference th
MSNBC
Apr 6, 2015 5:00pm PDT
and the u.s. or israel and iran. it is china, russia and our closest european allies. no one has to take barack obama's word at face value. they can ask some of our closest allies that helped negotiate it and endorsed it. think about that when rick perry says he would invalidate the deal. he would be sticking his thumb in the eye of france germany, and the u.k. they really hold the success or failure of this deal most quarely in it's up and downhands. iran. you may have heard of them. it is who netanyahu warned us about in his speech. but there has been little to no decision about how the institutions inside of iran view the deal or the possibility of the country reopening to the rest of the world. iran's political dynamic has in some ways a kind of resident mirror image of their own. just as the deal here mobilized some faxes, so has iron moteivate motivated the hard liners. the political strength comes from the founders to the west. joining me now is the author of "a single roll of the dice." i guess there is a tendency to think of iran as monolithically. who likes this deal and w
MSNBC
Sep 3, 2015 12:00am PDT
happening are? do you suppose china is ready to sign up for that? brazil is ready to sign up? europe? none of them are prepared to sign up and no one is willing to spend the trillions and trillions of dollars. >> that strikes me as a remarkable thing for a republican, a believer in american exceptionalism to say. that there is this huge pressing challenge. a really big thing that the world has to come together in. and it is not going to happen. so what? so what do we do? >> i think her point is that liberals have been willing to sacrifice jobs, people's lively hoods on the name of ideology rather than explaining to people what it would take to make a difference. liberals don't explain that. all they do is destroy a lot of jobs to say they're doing something. >> what jobs destroyed? solar is one of the fastest growing economies. >> i would recommend carly's book to you where she talks about all the jobs in california, in particular. this is a state that has 100 or so billionaires and the highest poverty rates in the nation. and some of that is largely due to these environmental polici
MSNBC
Jun 5, 2015 12:00am PDT
attack in history, the culprit china. 4 million current and former government employees saying their names, social security numbers and birthdays could have been hacked from the office of personnel management. the agency that screens and hires federal workers and does security clearances for 90% of the federal government. the obama administration is scrambling to assess the damage and warning government employees to monitor bank accounts and will get government help with credit reports and identity theft insurance, the data breached involved a never before seen cyber indicator and could affect every federal agency. the fbi is investigating but in the past cyber attacks from china have came from this chinese army build income shanghai. this comes after the north korean attack on sony and reports russia hacked the white house, state department and irs including president obama's e-mails. today before this cyber attack was disclosed, intelligence committee members senator ron widen told nbc news. >> i continue to feel that it is very important that we ramp up our efforts to go after for
MSNBC
Aug 27, 2015 12:00am PDT
in america. >>> then here's scott walker on china now. >> we should be taking them to the wood shed. >> and here's scott walk order chinese state tv in 2012. >> almost $1.4 billion of exports from wisconsin to china. that's a win/win. >> plus the latest on donald trump versus jorge ramos. >> he is obviously a very emotional person. and the latest on a trump fan versus jorge ramos. >> get out of my country. >> "all in" starts right now. >> good evening from new york. a truly horrifying scene where a former employee of wdbj 7 murdered two of his former colleagues later on television. the gunman later took his life. the victims, alison parker and adam ward were shot and killed during a live broadcast as alison parker was interviewing vicky gardener from the smith mountain lake regional chamber of commerce. she was also shot. she is now undergoing surgery and list in the stable condition. both victims, the report he and cameraman were in relationships with other members of the station's staff. alison parker was dating an anchor, chrishurst, who tweeted in the wake. her murder. they were
MSNBC
Jul 6, 2017 12:00am PDT
korea and japan will put up this. longer. perhaps china will put the move on them and end this nonsense once and for all. >> we're still adjusting to a very different american role on the world stage. all eyes will be on the president's first in person end count we are vladimir putin, a former kgb agent. putin is known to be a skilled manipulator. he charmed george w. bush who described looking putin in the eyes and getting a sense of his soul. and he once brought his dog to a meeting with angela merkel who reportedly has a fear of dogs since being bitten by one decades ago. are the u.s. president has proven an easy mark for putin's flattery. >> he called me a genius. he said some good stuff about me. had and they said we want to you disavow that statement? what? he called me a genius and i'll going to disavow that statement? how stupid are you. we want you to disavow the statement. wouldn't it be good if we got along with countries? wouldn't it be a positive thing? >> since taking office, the president has been swayed to take saudi arabia's side with yemen and qatar following
MSNBC
May 31, 2017 5:00pm PDT
similar stories about china as well. look, i do not think that vladimir putin and donald trump sat on the phone talking to each other about how they would work together. >> yes. >> on bringing their countries together and helping the trump corporation. i really don't think that that happened. having said that, jared kushner, weeks after the election, had said that he was going to disentangle himself from his family company. he was going to focus on moving to d.c. and not his company, not his own company. that's one of the reasons -- that's what veb said they were meeting with him about, was the kushner properties, the kushner business. the u.s. government is saying, no, this had more to do with policy. why on earth would this bank have anything to do with regards to the syrian crisis, and why on earth would it be such a pressing issue that they had to discuss it right then and there? syria has been unraveling for years. >> again, elias, the question here again, if there's nothing here underlying this, this is just a meeting about bringing peace to syria or a back channel or about h
MSNBC
Apr 7, 2017 12:00am PDT
received in the other parts of the world stage, in asia and china and in north korea as the president was hosting president xi jinping as well. we'll continue this conversation with you, christopher dickey, along with our other panelists here cal perry. we'll do that after the break. >>> continuing our breaking news coverage here on msnbc as the united states makes air strikes against the assad regime in syria. continuing coverage on reaction on the world scope and here at home. keep it right here. >>> tonight is not symbolic. i do think it has a strategic value to it. but the question now is what happens next. there a comprehensive plan that follows this up? that's perhaps the most critical question. what i hope is going to happen, which is the conditions for an alternative to assad to emerge. i don't think syria is going to be a stable unitary government any time in the very near future. but i do think we can begin to take steps to provide alternatives to assad's rule. . that was republican senator marco rubio asking what many lawmakers will be asking this morning, what's
MSNBC
Aug 25, 2015 8:00pm PDT
candidates like donald trump and scott walker and chris christie that china is the real enemy we must fear. but what these past few days show is that the really scary thing, the thing we should be war reid about is not necessarily a big, strong, growing china, though that presents its own channels, the terrifying thing to contemplate is a weak, shrinking chaotic china, one spiraling downwards. so much so that even a slowing economy in china could affect the global market. >> a lot of people worry that china is like a bicycle that you have to ride it at a certain speed and if you go lower -- and what's the critical number -- if you go lower than, say, 5%, they start worry about it wobbling. >> yes. it's the wobble that should worry folks. when i started at the shelter, i noticed benny right away. i just had to adopt him. he's older so he needs my help all day. when my back pain flared up we both felt it i took tylenol at first but i had to take 6 pills to get through the day. then my friend said "try aleve". just two pills, all day. and now, i'm back for my best bud! aleve. all da
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Apr 13, 2017 5:00pm PDT
about the seeming other kind of threat that donald trump is sort of vaguely making that if china can't handle north korea, we would somehow do it. this is leon panetta earlier tonight. >> the fact is we're dealing with a nuclear-powered nation. if we were to try to attack them, they would virtually wipe out seoul and 20 million people who live in seoul. and if it became a nuclear war, which is likely, millions of lives would be lost. and that's the reason we haven't pulled the trigger. the fact is we've used both containment and deterrence as a princil licy here. i think frankly in the end, that's what we're left with whether we like it or not. and frankly it was containment and deterrence that ultimately resulted in the soviet union self-destru self-destructing. >> larry, you worked in the reagan administration. that was reagan's doctrine, containment. can donald trump successfully maintain this hyperaggressive posture against north korea and this red line against isis at the same time? >> you hope so because they are totally different. north korea as secretary panetta said, they have
MSNBC
Mar 18, 2017 12:00am PDT
in a china shop. there was from the very beginning calling -- taking a phone call from the president of taiwan or arranging a phone call with the president of taiwan against the u.s. one china policy and the way he conducted himself with merkel today. convince me that that matters. convince me the violations of protocol, the bull in the china shop, the awkward cringe-inducing joke about an incredibly sensitive moment in the u.s.-german relationship, that that means more than just aesthetics. >> i think what matters most here is credibility and when the president does this tweet, not only accusing the former president of the united states of being a felon, which he's, of course, not and there is absolutely no evidence to support what the president said, so that's bad on its own terms but in diplomatic terms, in terms of our standing in the world it undermines the president's credibility. so when he has to say we really do have a serious situation in north korea president xi and we actually have to do something or he tweets as he did today about north korea and people begin t
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Dec 3, 2013 5:00pm PST
headlines proclaiming china has having the smartest students. they are just 1.7% of china's population. country, essentially forces many of the children of poor workers to leave shanghai for high school. while testing was done three years ago in china's rural areas, the chinese government only allowed the release of shanghai's scores. it underlies almost every conversation we have about conversation and education policy in america. so i want to talk about what is truth and what is fiction about the performance, relative performance of america's schools. joining me now is sabrina joyce stevens. and the executive director of education -- he was on governor christie's task force, and randy wynn winegard. i will begin with you darrelle. what's your take on it? >> the one, to be equally sceptical, i think when i see this story i'm like this is not a story. the news is not new to me and i don't think it's really knew to anybody. every few years you get a new battery that tells us stuff that we know very importantly that we do very little about. the rich kids in the united states are doing ok
MSNBC
May 9, 2017 12:00am PDT
for 3 in australia, holland, now france. next up, why members of the kushner family business in china using jared's name and the president to sell visas to rich chinese investors and why reporters were kicked out of the event. >>> saturday afternoon at the ritz-carlton hotel in beijing, nicole kushner meyer made a presentation to chinese investors. she's the sister of jared kushner. "new york times" reporter javier fernandez was there in the room. i asked kushner's sister whether $100 million in chinese investment posed a conflict of interest. leave us alone, she said. people from a chinese company that works with them surrounded me grabbed my shoulder. i was threatened and forced to delete recordings and photos of the kushner family recruiting chinese investors. why all the ruckus? meyer invoked her brother's service as chief executive of kushner companies to join the trump administration as they solicited 150 unfolds answer if kushner development in new jersey. the money would be provided the law much criticized government program known as eb 5 that awards foreign investments. the n
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Sep 4, 2015 12:00am PDT
love china. i love the people of china. just like in mexico. i love the people. people said i don't like mexico. i love mexico. whether it's japan, mexico, china. i love them. and now the asians hate him. it's true. but the asians love me. and i love them. do they like me in indonesia? >> yes. >> i love the "new york times." oh, look. give me that book. i love that book. >> oreos, right? i love them. israel, i love israel. [ cheers and applause ] >> you saw that. i love the bible. >> i love the bible. i love the bible. but i love the bible. you hated to leave church, evangelicals. i love the evangelicals. i love them. they love me. they do. why do they love me? you will have to ask them. kanye west. i will never say bad about him. he loves trump. i love him. maybe in a few years i have to run against him. i'll take it back. and ladders. sfx: [screams] they have all those warnings on 'em. might as well say... 'you're gonna die, jeff.' you hired someone to clean the gutters. not just someone. angie's list helped me find a highly rated service provider to do the work at a fair price.
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Aug 19, 2017 12:00am PDT
going to get him involved with china. >> i got carl icahn. >> carl icahn is supporting me. >> you know i have carl icahn ready. killer. you take china, trade with china. the reason behind their vote. it's clear his validation was important to donald trump. just something to keep in mind in case over the next few days you hear the president say about mr. icahn, he joined later in the campaign but he's good guy. look at the time. that's our broadcast on a zpritsds for this week, thank you for being here with us, goonts from nbc news headquarters here in new york. >>> tonight on "all in" -- >> i like mr. bannon. he's a friend of mine. >> he gets bounced. >> it is going to get worse every day. >> inside the departure of the white house. threats of war from the world of breitbart. >> is there going to be a war in this white house. >> why he doesn't fix the problem with race. >> you have to ask yourself, where does it stop? >> another mass resignation from a white house counsel. >> excuse me. excuse me. >> actor cal penn. a look back at trump's worst week yet. >> have you talked to him
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Aug 8, 2016 5:00pm PDT
clinton is out to a katie ledecky like lead in olympic ad spending. >> these ties are made in where, china? they're made in china. >> "all in" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. amidst tanking favorabilities and negative poll numbers and defections by prominent republicans, donald trump today faced the biggest challenge of his campaign thus far when he attempted a reset by laying out his economic plan in a teleprompter speech that was notable mostly for the more than dozen times it was interrurpted by protesters. [ yelling ] >> all very well planned out. without security, there can be no prosperity. >> today, trump's poll numbers continue to lurch toward blowout territory. polling averages not yet showing any softening. the large bounce hillary clinton received following the democratic national convention and it doesn't include a new poll from monmouth university that has clinton 13 points ahead of trump among likely voters. also, the tide of republican revolt that includes a fresh new never trump candidate. in this headline, 50 gop officials warn donald tru
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Apr 6, 2015 8:00pm PDT
u.s. or u.s. and iran. as president obama pointed out, china, russia and our closest european allies are all involved. nobody has to take barack obama's word at face value. they can ask some of our closest allies that helped negotiate and endorsed it. think about that when rick perry said he would invalidate it if elected. he would be sticking his thumb in the eyes of france germany and the u.k. now the one country that holds the success of the nuclear deal in their hands. iran. that is who is sitting next to john kerand he who netanyahu warned us about in his speech to congress. there is little discussion of how iran's leaders or people or institutions in iran view the deal with the possibility of their country reopening to the rest of the world. iran's political dynamic has a kind of mirror image of our own. the deal here mobilized certain political factions so in iran it motivated the most conservative hawkish factions of the government whose political strength comes from their opposition to the west. joining me now is the founder and president of the national american iranian cou
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May 10, 2013 5:00pm PDT
that. >> you're basically saying you'll pay china before you pay u.s. troops? >> those who loaned us money, like in any other proceeding, if you will, court proceeding, the bond holders usually get paid first. same thing here. >> and you're not worried about the politics of this. >> not at all. >> the bond holders get paid first, to which stenny hoyer said just yesterday speaker boehner admitted this bill means the united states will voluntarily act like a bankrupt corporation and pay china before we pay our troops. not only misleading, it's not just chit knees who own american bonds, most debt is held by ourselves, including state and local governments. nearly 60% of debt is held by external debt, china being the biggest holder. there are also oil exporters, caribbean bankers and oil. john boehner says he cares about seniors. then why did he vote to send checks to saudi princes instead of medicare recipients? or -- eric canter voted to pay china before our own troops. whose side is on he, anyway? or paul ryan. he wants to send barrels of cash to russian fat cats while you eat tai
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Apr 5, 2017 5:00pm PDT
have command of the details. >> and the details when it comes to our tradeoffs with china are about as -- you know, as detailed as you get, right? these are complicated economic interactions. the reality of what they may promise versus what they may actually deliver when it comes to pushback on north korea is also very much down in the weeds. so, yeah, this is certainly an invitation to get a bad deal when you're sitting down with leaders who know the book much better than you. >> senator chris murphy, thank you. >> thank you. >>> joining me now, congresswoman maxine waters of california. congresswoman, i'd like your response to the news about steve bannon today, someone you have been an outspoken critic of. what do you make of the developments today that he's been removed? >> basically i think it's a move that only they know why they have done it. i don't trust anything they say. you can bet your bottom dollar that bannon is still going to be close to the president. he'll be whispering in his ear. whether or not he's sitting on the national security council or not. so i don't believe
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Dec 2, 2014 5:00pm PST
china in climate. the china thing is the moegs impressive thing on the last month. they're going to pass a bill to fund the government through september 30th. but they're only going to fund the security department for three months. . >> but here's the key thing about that. i think he wants those fights. it does seem to me like the tables have turned in terms of who is the initiator. who is back on their heels and, to use the phrase, leaning forward. maybe he recognizes that there's not exactly a real mandate. and things like tens of thousands of young people demonstrating both on immigration and on police and state violence in ferguson are exercising some democracy. i think he's sort of recognizing anew that it is the american people being supersit venns. and he owes them something. he was surrounded by political calculation. i think we 'seeing two very different responses. >> and the economy and the democracy overall by leaving our economy in the shadows. it is still a policy that is not stable long term event. i think it's reflective of the fact that on immigration, the democratic
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