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Nov 11, 2014 8:00pm PST
and a new model of country missions between china and the united states. we have had in-depth discussions on the priority areas for advancing such relationships. we agree to accelerate to the negotiations and will make efforts to reach agreement on the core issues of the treaty text. and to initiate the negotiations in 2015. we have reached agreement on the expansion negotiations, and we are ready to work together for the only conclusion of bilateral talks. we fully recognize the document signed between the two departments of defense on building two major confidence-building measures and agree to continue the mutual trust on that basis and develop a new type of military between the two countries. we issue a joint statement on climate change and announce our post 20/20 targets. we agreed to make sure that international climate change negotiations will reach an agreement s scheduled at the paris conference in 2015, and we agree to deepen clean energy and environmental protection and other areas. we reaffirmed our position to terrorism of all forms and agreed the intelligence sha
MSNBC
Dec 19, 2016 5:00pm PST
real world danger of his twitter fight with china. >>> plus, electoral college protests around the country. where does that energy go from here? and from striking deals with news outlets for coverage they could control to word that the trump rallies may never stop. >> they are saying as president he shouldn't be doing rallies. >> robert rich on fears of a never-ending campaign when "all in" starts right now. >> well, this is a way you get an honest word out. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. in 32 days, donald trump will become president of the united states. electors in all 50 states formally voted for president and officially awarded trump a majority of votes in the electoral college. it's a routine part of the presidential election process, like so much in 2016 was anything but routine this time around. more on that in just a moment. donald trump is now on his way to taking the oath of office on january 20th and today events around the globe provided a grim reminder the world he's about to inherit is a continue der box. tonight, at least 12 people are dead and doz
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
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
Jun 4, 2014 5:00pm PDT
countries that are polluting in the atmosphere, much greater than we are at this point. china, india, all these countries that are still growing. and they're not going to stop doing what they're doing. america is a country, it's not a planet. >> america is a country, not ak is rated true. sounds a little silly, but that is a much more sophisticated argument than, i am not a scientist. there is a bigger issue with just how a big a slice of carbon emissions come from china. that gray band at the bottom is china's contribution to carbon emissions. the rate of increase from 2005 to 2011 is being driven largely by china. so if the u.s. takes action, but china doesn't, we still have a real big carbon problem. but here's the thing. if we do not act to reduce our own carbon emissions, you can almost guarantee china will not. if we do act, there's a possibility they might. and in fact, this is how it appeared to play out this week. epa seeks 30% cut in power plant carbon emissions by 2030. that was monday. china said on tuesday it will set an absolute cap on its co2 emissions from 2016, just
MSNBC
Sep 25, 2013 3:00am EDT
denying the solution. >> 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
MSNBC
Nov 12, 2014 5:00pm PST
lead the global effort against climate change. >> 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 duly 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 may
MSNBC
Aug 24, 2015 5:00pm PDT
hayes. on a day when the stock market panicked amid worries over china's economy with the dow falling more than a thousand points in the first six minutes of trading and closing down nearly 600 points, the front-runner in the gop presidential race, the most trusted candidate on the economy among republican primary voters according to poll after poll. donald trump delivered an instagram address. >> i've been telling everybody for a long time china is taking our jobs and our money. be careful. they'll bring us down. you have to know what you're doing. we have nobody that has a clue. >> what trump's been saying that the wily chinese are kicking our butts doesn't fit with the fact that the chinese economy is in crisis and the leaders seem to be at a loss about what to do about it. but if you like nuance you can vote for someone else. it's been fascinating watching the other candidates deal with the ambiguity free ideologically muddled attitude-driven approach known as trumpism. scott walker tried not just to channel trump's appeal but do it one better suggesting president obama should can
MSNBC
Aug 26, 2015 8:00pm PDT
got to do something about gun violence in america. >>> then here's scott walker on china now. >> we should be taking them to the wood shed. >> and here's scott walker on 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. i'm chris hayes. a truly horrifying scene where a former employee of wdbj 7 murdered two of his former colleagues live on tv at 6:45 a.m. 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,
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
Aug 20, 2015 12:00am PDT
way. as an example, i could give you policy on dealing with china. china is killing us. china has taken so much of our wealth. they've taken our jobs, they've taken our businesses, they've taken our manufacturing, the land? let me think about that one. the way they're going, they'll have it pretty soon. but china has taken so much from us. then think about it. we have rebuilt china. somebody said to me, and i said that's a harsh segment. it is the greatest theft in the history of the united states. i have great respect for china. and their leaders. and hey, look, the largest bank in the world is from china. they're a tenant in one of my buildings. i love china. i think it is great. but we don't have the people who know what they're doing. so we have lost, you can't just go say -- you go in. >> donald trump in new hampshire right now at a town hall riffing on china, one of four or five rif that's we hear on a regular basis at these campaign events, earlier did a press availability. jeb bush is nine miles away down the road in new hampshire. donald trump speaking as he let the crowd
MSNBC
Feb 18, 2016 12:00am PST
. >> what would you do? >> we're going bring back our jobs. we're 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 mo
MSNBC
Apr 14, 2017 8:00pm PDT
maximum pressure and engagement that reportedly means leaning on china to turn up the hooed heat. we've heard the president say that much. and hoping that should another nuclear test happen both russia and china will acquiesce to more sanctions. u.s. officials tell the ap if any military engagement occurs the goal would only be north korea's denuclearization. right now it's already nearly midday on saturday. and the reclusive state, it happens to be the biggest holiday of the year, known as the day of the sun, honoring the country's founder, kim o -- il sung. there are giant likenesses everywhere. from childhood every north korean gets taught the mythic stories of their greatness. today's day of the sun sunday celebrations like so many in the past featured an elaborate parade to display the state's military capabilities. let's bring in our panel. ambassador nancy soderberg who worked with president clinton and as ambassador to the united nations. david sanger fresh off a trip covering the secretary of state in moscow. and part of the "new york times" team that we should add won a
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2015 8:00pm PDT
they weren't energized. let me 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. my statement is referring to mexico and they're pushing a lot of bad people into our cou
MSNBC
Sep 15, 2015 5:00pm PDT
rain today than any other september day almost since the late 1800s. if you have seen the movie "china town" or watched your reporting on all in, we get most of our drinking water from northern california. even though we got dumped on down here, that water is doing almost nothing to help us fight back the drought. >> that was great. up next, my interview with avatar direct ker james cameron about his fight against climate change. o ker james cameron about his fight against climate change. r ker james cameron about his fight against climate change. ker james cameron about his fight against climate change. er james cameron about his fight against climate change. r james cameron about his fight against climate change. james cameron about his fight against climate change. to the couple who set aside the whole day to sell their old car and buy a new one... oops. nana's got the kids til 9... but it's only 2. guess you'll just have to see a movie... ...then get some dinner. what a pity. the possibility of a flare swas almost always on my mind. thinking about what to avoid, where to go... and
MSNBC
Sep 15, 2015 8:00pm PDT
the late 1800s. if you have seen the movie "china town" or watched your reporting on all in, we get most of our drinking water from northern california. even though we got dumped on down here, that water is doing almost nothing to help us fight back the drought. >> that was great. up next, my interview with avatar director james cameron about his fight against climate change. it's more than a network. it's how you stay connected. with centurylink as your trusted technology partner, you get an industry leading broadband network and cloud and hosting services. centurylink. your link to what's next. hey! let me help with that. [ music playing ] oh, thank you! [ laughing ] [ music continues ] introducing the one-and-only volkswagen golf sportwagen. the sportier utility vehicle. when a moment spontaneously turns romantic, why pause to take a pill? and why stop what you're doing to find a bathroom? cialis for daily use, is the only daily tablet approved to treat erectile dysfunction so you can be ready anytime the moment is right. plus cialis treats the frustrating urinary symptoms of bph
MSNBC
Sep 14, 2015 5:00pm PDT
great for the country. now, china, japan -- true. you can't be upset with china or japan or mexico. can't be upset with anyone. you know, when i announced for the presidency, it was very interesting what happened. i made a beautiful speech. i thought it was wonderful. everything was fine. about a week and a half later they attacked me. in other words, they went -- and then they lied. they made it up. and they talked about -- talking about illegal immigration. i brought up a subject called illegal immigration. and i just saw back-stage some of the families who were decimated. their families were decimated. their sons, their daughters killed by illegal immigrants. and it's a massive problem. we have to stop illegal immigration. we have to do it. we have to do it. [ cheers and applause ] have to do it. [ cheers and applause ] [ chanting usa, usa, usa ] >> and when i hear some of the people that i'm running against, including the democrats, we have to build a wall, folks. [ cheers and applause ] we have to build a wall. and a wall works. all you have to do is go to israel and say, how
MSNBC
Apr 7, 2017 8:00pm PDT
the south china sea. so syria will not get solved. it is a going to come apart in the coming decade or so. it's a civil war between the sunni and the shia exacerbated by outside actors. i don't think there will be a good outcome. we can alleviate the human misery of the syrian people by aggressively spending significant resources along with our european allies of trying to sustain them in jordan and turkey, which we ought to get going on. >> malcolm, note how the conversation about russia has changed in the last 24 hours. and we've heard a lot about the president's process seeing that horrendous video of the victims of this sarin attack. but what now is our next trigger? a lot of talk about red lines in this country. what's our next trigger to act? >> well, it's quite possible that assad could use chemical weapons again in a small range. but i don't think that's going to happen. i think what's going to happen here is a big shift away from the military operations involving red lines to where russia is going to step up as the middle man for once again trying to brocker getting away the l
MSNBC
Apr 4, 2017 12:00am PDT
china. so they stay out of those three areas, i guess there's something else for them to do. this is a very very broad recusal and most white houses that someone sell off. clothing butting her name on it. >> that would be referred to the criminal division of the department of justice, there's republican integrity unit over there, with a lot of experience, career lawyers, this is not something that attorney general sessions will be able to sweep under the rug and in those types of manners, a lot of people participating and you see jared kushner or ivanka trump getting anywhere close to the matter, you can bet a lot of people calling over to the justice department. this is a manageable conflict, but i hope they're relying on their own lawyer, who was a lot better than the lawyers in the white house. as i said, we're trying to pretend that ivanka trump wasn't a government employee. it was a broad recusal they're going to have to stay out of a lot of things and china is one for example. everything he doesn't like something china does, he threatens trade sanctions. right then and there, j
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
Jun 4, 2014 8:00pm PDT
scientists, their other big dodge is that whatever we do doesn't matter. because china will screw it all up. >> look, the government can't change the weather. i said that in the speech. we can pass a bunch of laws that will destroy our economy, but it isn't going to change the weather. because, for example, there are other countries that are polluting in the atmosphere, much greater than we are at this point. china, india, all these countries that are still growing. and they're not going to stop doing what they're doing. america is a country, it's not a planet. >> america is a country, not a planet. we looked into that, that claim is rated true. sounds a little silly, but that is a much more sophisticated argument than, i am not a scientist. there is a bigger issue with just how a big a slice of carbon emissions come from china. that gray band at the bottom is china's contribution to carbon emissions. the increase in the rate of carbon emissions particularly from 2005 to 2011 is indeed being driven largely by china. so if the u.s. takes action, but china doesn't, we still have a real big ca
MSNBC
Mar 30, 2016 5:00pm PDT
kind of numbers. i'm going to bring jobs back. i'm taking them back from china. i'll bring them back from mexico, which by the way, is eating our lunch both at the border and with economic development, chris. i mean, what they're doing -- >> i know. >> ford is going there, nabisco is going there, carrier air conditioner announced they're moving to mexico. i will bring back jobs and i'm not going to let people go. i will make it so they're going to want to stay here. nobody contacts ford, nobody contacts nabisco or carrier. they leave, they leave. that's the end of it. we don't fight to keep these companies here. we're going to fight. it's going to be jobs. okay? thank you. >> go to china and see the cranes on a friday night, they're working, they're building. their cities have 7 million people. we've never heard of. i've been there. they're unbelievable. how are we going to rebuild our cities? you talk about penn station in new york being a dump. laguardia being a dump. took the train a couple months ago, it takes three days. okay? when are we going to rebuild our country like europe
MSNBC
Oct 6, 2014 8:00pm PDT
going to increase coal consumption in china every year for the next 20 years. and we're saying let's not only say that the united states will do this by themselves, let's take one segment of our society in appalachia and see if we can reduce green house gases. impossible. absurd, ridiculous from our perspective. some people don't want to hear from us -- >> you're here because i do want to hear from you. >> i'm suggesting a lot of people in government don't want to hear about us. that's the feelings from the people in appalachia. >> the rest of that interview, coming up next. she's still the one for you. and cialis for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment is right. cialis is also the only daily ed tablet approved to treat symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medicines, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess. side effects may include headache, upset stomach, delayed bac
MSNBC
Nov 18, 2016 12:00am PST
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 structure. the continuity is an important part a 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 quite alarming for japan and also for the rest of that part of the world. which i
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 8:00pm PDT
around china. a lot of the promises have been filled with executive orders and a lot of those don't have any teeth. >> it was interesting watching him in the brief give and take with the reporters coming back from the treasury department. he wants to make clear that next week is not a big deal. if it happens next week, fine. if not, fine. he wants to not like the standard of measurement, the hundred days. is that a bit like on the eve of the s.a.t.s saying you don't like number 2 pn pencils. >>. he has been teasing this thing like nothing else. the hundred days. a few weeks ago he said it's been the most protect productive 13 weeks inned a presidential administration in history. now we have gone through a 24 hour cycle saying we are going to have tack reform, a government health care plan, avoid government shutdown and finality on this while. 12 hours later he says no, no, no, who cares it is an arbitrator date. when people look back and look at what happened with health care and the debacle there the argument is people saying this isn't something he was passionate about. tax reform
MSNBC
May 1, 2017 5:00pm PDT
korea. there's very little linkage. where there is linkage and this worries me, is with 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 convic
MSNBC
Nov 7, 2017 12:00am PST
threat that requires worldwide action. we call on every responsible nation, including china and russia, to demand that the north korean regime end its nuclear weapons and its missile programs and live in peace as the south korean people know so well, it's time to act with urgency and with great determination. all nations must implement u.n. security council regulations and cease trade and business entirely with north korea. it is unacceptable that nations would help to arm and finance this increasingly dangerous regime. as we work together to resolve this problem using all available tools short of military action, the united states stands prepared to defend itself and its allies using the full range of our unmatched military capabilities if need be. the crucial u.s. security partnership with south korea is just one aspect of our enduring alliance. we also share deep partnerships on a range of issues from cultural exchange to cutting-edge advances in science and medicine and the very important issue of trade. currently we are looking at ways of improving our economic relationship. i wou
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2015 8:00pm PDT
people, and evidence for years is that 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 sum and consumers are gaining. the trade deals we've done, particularly the trade with china there's lost jobs but huge ape mounts of consumer savings being reaped on the other end, and that means 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 into the '80s and '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
MSNBC
Oct 6, 2014 5:00pm PDT
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. 6 ♪ man: [ laughs ] those look like baby steps now. but they were some pretty good moves. and the best move of all? having the right partner at my side. it's so much better that way. [ male announcer ] have the right partner at your side. consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. go long. insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. but i've managed.e crohn's disease is tough, except that managing my symptoms was all i was doing. and when i finally told my doctor, he said humira is for adults like me who have tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of mo
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