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FOX News
Apr 17, 2017 11:00am PDT
? >> well, that pretty much is up to china. there's no question that the united states would have no trouble dispatching north korea from a military point of view. this is a starving nation of essentially prisoners, brain washed prisoner, 20 million of them who live in this country. this is a humanitarian disaster and one that is waiting to get much much worse for both our allies in south korea potentially or for our partners in china. how this ends the unspooling of this is the big deal. it's not a question of whether we could dispatch kim jong-un's military. it's with him removed, what would happen in this woe be gone nation. >> sandra: going further than pence just warning north korea not to test the president's resolve. he said that the administrations, previous administrations, practiced strategic patience in the region and they vowed to end the era of strategic patience, saying it is over, chris. >> well, essentially what's happened here, trump has come in. he came into office having run on a platform of getting really tough with china on trade. threatening a trade war. threate
FOX News
Dec 18, 2016 9:00am PST
standoff between us and china. over them grabbing our drone. well, they've got it. what are they doing with it? now president-elect trump, he says they can keep it. what this means for the future of relations between washington and beijing. >> the china ripped a drone out of the water. president-elect trump said, this is an unpress departmented acedy inappropriate. sfx: road noise sfx: tires screeching sfx: horn honking father: you pull in front of me! daughter: daddy! we don't say words like that! ♪just let your love flow ♪like a mountain stream ♪and let your love grow ♪with the smallest of dreams ♪then let your love show ♪and you'll know what i mean >>> china has announced plans to return that u.s. navy drone that had plucked out of the water in the south china sea. beijing accusing the u.s. of quote, hyping up the incident. but president-elect trump tweeted that, we don't want the drone they stole, is hehe says. they could keep it. we are in washington with the latest on the drama. hi, garrett. >> reporter: you have two very different messages coming from the u.s.
FOX News
Aug 13, 2017 9:00am PDT
chief is on his way to china. eric: a reference to the time they say it would take a missile fired from north korea to hit guam. for more on the evenings with north korea and if kim jong-un can really ever be reined in. john bolton joins us. the senior fellow at the american enterprise institute and chairman of the gaitstone institute. tomorrow president trump will interrupt his working vacation and return to washington to publicly sign a memo to investigate whether china should be investigated for the theft of intellectual property? do you think this is a strong enough shot against the bow to beijing to try to lasso kim jong-un? john: it's my understanding these sanctions had been decided on before the u.n. security council vote recently. i think it's something that was postponed until the vote took place. i don't think this alone will have any impact on china with respect to the nuclear program in north korea. the president may wish to link economics. but i don't think that's nearly sufficient to get china's attention. eric: you have a bold article in the hilda saying it's not in
FOX News
Jul 8, 2017 11:00am PDT
having yet another high-profile sitdown with vladimir putin. also with the president of china and discussing nuclear program to the president giving upbeat assessment on the search for common ground. >> we are developing and have developed a wonderful relationship. i appreciate what you have done, very substantial problem that we all face with north korea. a problem that something has to be done. i am sure that. [inaudible] >> the chief white house correspondent is live in germany with more. john? >> good evening to you. that is one of five bilateral meeting the president had today. i think all in all you can say it is successful g 20. there was some notion particularly from the europeans since the president was isolated on issues like climate change but he made some good progress in syria. in his meetings with vladimir putin yesterday still a challenge on north korea. before he went into the bilateral meeting with the chinese president, a senior official, the president was likely going to be very direct with him. that the language had become more strident in recent days and what
FOX News
Dec 26, 2010 10:00am EST
security council, china protected north korea after those attacks, no press statement, no agreement, how does it end and how do we stop north korea from continuing their bluster? >> well, i think that a lot more pressure has to be put on china, not simply to allow them to continue to host the 6 party talks as they've done for 8 years, with no real progress, but, to convince china that if they really don't want a nuclear north korea, they are in a unique position to put pressure on the regime and that ties into the press expectation the past day or so in south korea the north might be about to conduct the third nuclear test and that would be significant and, something i think that would bear close watching. >> eric: china already has a nuclear power in north korea on their border, as you said, a third test would be coming and do you think it will happen? and what will be the ramifications? >> i don't think all the signs are there yet, though it is entirely possible, of course the north koreans are not trying to advertise it. what may be significant here. given that it is would be the
FOX News
Sep 3, 2017 1:00pm PDT
. geological survey. the reportedly readily buildings in china and russia. pyongyang has been firing off record test at a record pace. the trump administration now threatening to strengthen the penalties. potentially cutting off all trade with any country that does business with the north. john roberts is live from the north lawn. >> good afternoon. about 45 minutes ago, and extra nursing from secretary of defense, james madison. the type of language i cannot remember hearing out of the u.s. officials mouth since the cuban missile crisis of october 1962. secretary madison the president gathered together a small group of national security advisors to hear the military options that might be available to deal with north korea. listen to what he said. >> we have many military options and president wanted to be briefed on each one of them. we make clear that we have the ability to defend ourselves and our allies, south korea, and japan. from any attack. >> hears when that language got strident. they warned north korea not to threaten the united states, its territories or allies with a nuc
FOX News
Apr 6, 2017 11:00am PDT
china landing just moments ago in florida with president trump, set to land in minutes. hello, everyone. i'm melissa francis. he is being greeted by rex tillerson and others, with president trump and the first lady set to arrive within about an hour for high stakes meetings. nuclear armed nuclear and trade both very high on the agenda. we can see there the greeting by rex tillerson now shaking hands, as you can see. lot of expectations set for this. chief white house correspondent john roberts is live in palm beach, florida, for all of this. lot of anticipation here, john. >> reporter: yes. certainly, this is the highest level meeting the president has engaged in. this will be lucky number 13 in terms of foreign leader. number 12 was king abdullah the other day, yesterday. and now president xi makes number 13. fortunately, they won't be meeting on friday the 13th. as you said, a number of issues. some areas of agreement, some areas of disagreement between these two countries. but let's remember that this is going to be basically an inaugural meeting, kind of a meeting to set t
FOX News
Dec 5, 2016 11:00am PST
of taiwan, caused china to take an unprecedented step. >> it occurred on november 26th, on november 26th, china sent a pair of h 6 nuclear capable bombers to circle taiwan for the first time. fox news also learned that japan scrambled eight fighter jets to intercept the chinese bombers and two surveillance plans. it was the first time china has attempted to fly around taiwan with bombers. >>> speaking of relations with china, lodging a formal complaint after president-elect spoke to the president of taiwan. china considers them a break away profess. in 1996, china held a series of war games firing missiles near taiwan to try and influence the election that. that caused president clinton to send two carrier battle groups through the taiwan strait. for three years beginning in 2010, chinese spied hacked into computers at the fdic. joining me now linda tran, a former communications director for tim kaine. mercedes, i will start with you. what do you make of the back and forth? >> first of all i have to say i think the foreign policy establishment needs to calm down. i think we have to
FOX News
Apr 9, 2017 3:00pm PDT
north korea, china to russia to anyone who is pushing to back too hard on united states and elsewhere, i think that is when you hear from lawmakers. they like the fact it sent a message but the problem is, where do we go from here. the next question is, what will be the creation from syria -- reaction from syria, will it require more response from united states, when that happens that is when get to a complicated issue in congress they debate how to authorize the president is more power to conduct military action, if that is where it leads us. but what is clear, what president was doing and lawmakers acknowledged friday, he was sending uses this to send a message, that message was needed, and they fell president obama had not done, that perhaps leading us to this situation we're in. eric: what is the mood? assad may be relaunching carlaus warplanes, but no chemical weapons now. what do they is a? >> they were satisfies, even democrats with the strike. there are some outliers like rand paul. but generally, speaking bipartisan agreement that this was a smart move for the president to ma
FOX News
May 25, 2017 11:00am PDT
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FOX News
Apr 2, 2017 9:00am PDT
times. as we'll note, she calls on china to do more to rein in china and kim jong-un's regime. and she says there is constant criticism of israel. >> the biggest surprise is truly the anti-israel bias. every single month they have a briefing on the middle east. but they are not talking about the issues we would care about. they are not talking about syria or iran or north korea. what they are talking about is israel. every single month for 10 years they have been i shall rail bashing. -- they have been israel bashing. i couldn't believe they put the time and energy into doing that when we have so many threats around the world. eric: we'll talk to former ambassador john bolton who held that job about china and other topics. and tonight you will see more am balances doer haley's interview at 6:00 p.m. on news *. 6:00 p.m. -- on america's news headquarters. arthel: will the chinese shep calm the situation in pyongyang? a wall of mud and water in clommial as the death toll right. >> we don't know what the death toll is going to be. we'll continue to search for survivors. and the first thin
FOX News
Aug 10, 2017 11:00am PDT
and china to cut off north korea's financing. he said americans should sleep well at night and have no concern about the rhetoric of the past few days. >> sandra: the state department has been asked about the very tone coming from the administration. some started calling it mixed messaging. >> when he was to do state just said there, that americans should sleep well at night and you compare that with a fire and fury of the president, it has been fielding questions as to whether or not there is a similar message coming from all areas of the administration. the administration and state department argues it is consistent. >> the united states is on the same page. whether it's the white house, the state department, the department of defense, we are speaking with one voice. the world is in fact speaking with one voice, and we saw that as it came out of the u.n. security council with the resolution that passed less than a week ago. >> before this fire and fury language in the white house, secretary tillers and act on this trip to asia, he spoke almost directly to kim jong-un and said the
FOX News
Jul 7, 2017 11:00am PDT
pauses occur, we were very closely engaged with china, both through our dialogues that occurred face-to-face but also on the telephone. we speak very frequently with them >> i think the sanctions that were taken here just in the last week to ten days certainly got their attention in terms of their understanding our resolve to bring more pressure on north korea by directly going after entities doing business with north korea, regardless of where they may be located, we continue to make that clear to china, we would prefer that they take action themselves, and we are still calling upon them to do that. so i am saying our engagement is on china, and our expectations are on china. >> an approach like we are usin using, a lot of people like to characterize it, this is a campaign that will lead us to a peaceful resolution, because if this fails, we don't have very many good options left, so it is a peaceful pressure campaign, just one that requires a calculated increases in, allowing the regime to responded to that pressure, it takes a little time to make things things happen. it take
FOX News
Mar 18, 2017 1:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Jan 15, 2017 10:00am PST
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FOX News
Apr 27, 2017 11:00am PDT
strategy to deal with that threat is to rely heavily on china's economic leverage. >> they say they're serious. they say they understand it's urgent. the question will be how close can we bring our two visions of how much pressure we're willing to impose on the north korean regime. is it tkpreuf the obama administration's policy? i think it is in the sense that it's the number one security challenge that we're facing right now, according to the administration, the president. and so we will be pursuing it in that vain. >> melissa: former cia senior north korea analyst managing director for bower group asia and was director for korea japan and oceanic affairs of the nsc under both president bush and president obama. thank you for bringing your expertise to us. you say that china is very afraid of putting too much pressure on and seeing regime collapse in north korea. is that right and why? >> welsh because china always wanted that buffer zone. china does not want unified korea, u.s. unified korea with american soldiers on its border. so it needs to keep north korea as a buffer. it doesn'
FOX News
Jul 2, 2017 9:00am PDT
pentagon. a naval destroyer sailed within 12 miles of one of the islands in the south china sea. the president says he's losing patience with beijing and their failure to rein in north korea. the president is set to talk on the phone tonight with china's president xi jinping. it seems like a cat and mouse game with the artificial islands and the other islands china claims. >> i think what the u.s. is doing is necessary. china has been change what had been a fairly stable order in the south china sea. they declared this is their territory, then they started to militarize that claim. what's important here is that the u.s. push back on that while still trying to talk to and cooperate with china. that's where i think we are. we need to show wee do not recognize these claims. at the same time wee have a lot of issues to work with with china. getting the rite balance is key. eric: how do you know there is a trip wire? >> it's bent opposite. we have seen too little pushback up to this point. that encouraged china to keep going. by doing this we are hoping to send a signal that we have
FOX News
Nov 28, 2010 12:00pm EST
washington and this is a fox news alert. china had launched a diplomatic bid to cool the rising tensions between north and south korea calling for emergency six-party talks but all eyes are on north korea as the country deploys surface to air missile and quote a merciless attack if the war games underway in yellow sea gets too close to its territory. julie kirtz has the latest. >> reporter: with the planned u.s.-korean naval exercise in the yellow sea, north korea is talking tough. north korea says it will have no mercy if the u.s. or south korea get too close to a territory, and same follows last tuesday's deadly terrorist attack on the communist nation on the island near the north border. today, south korea defense ministry has ordered them to leave the island. the four-day naval exercise kicks off not far away. same time, china is calling for an emergency meeting to of the regional towers to ease the tensions. the six party disarmament talks that north korea walked out of two years ago. in washington, key lawmakers urging china to take stronger action to rein in the north. >> china ha
FOX News
Feb 10, 2017 11:00am PST
to ask you about china. what did he say? >> reporter: last night he had a conversation, long conversation with the chinese premiere. that played into his meeting with prime minister abe. tensions have been rising preceding the president taking the oath of office. china feels like japan, taiwan and the united states are kind of ganging up on it. so the president last night saying he had a long conversation with president shi and he might be able to be a go between between china and japan over a number of different issues. military. of course, who owns the islands in the east china sea. here's what the president said about that. >> i think we are on the process of getting along very well. and i think that we'll also be very much of a benefit to japan. so we had a very very good talk last night. and discussed a lot of subject. it was a long talk. and we are working on that as we speak. >> reporter: and i guess you can probably describe the relationship, too, between japan and the united states as a combination of thorns and roses. thorns being the trade deficit, $69 billion in j
FOX News
Jul 9, 2017 9:00am PDT
the hard way or easy way. if you agrate' in china's interest to unify the peninsula, providing a powerful incentive for japan to get nuclear weapons. there are things we can work out with china that won't threaten them. there don't need to be american troops on th. eric: you say one issue could be sanctions. we just sanctioned one bank it's a small bank. how about the bank of china and putting the screws on the training partners of core *. john: let me be as clear about this as i can. pin prick sanctions against china will fail. massive sanctions might get their attention. but it's very unlikely the president's economic advisors would agree to that. the sanctions route won't cut it with china. ultimately if you don't persuade china it's in their interest to unite the two koreas, you get closer to military force. what happens then? severe conflict. american troops on th the river. you have a structured elimination of the north korean regime. aik. eric: at the end they support the resolutions. foreign policy says this, china has blown past the u.n. imposed ceiling of coal imports,
FOX News
Jan 16, 2010 12:00pm EST
and we do happily, but the same own nuss is in place in other countries, china that commits a million dollars i think 60 men to help with digging and the searching, no one blanch at that. should they? >> well, in this case. >> absolutely should. >> part of the reason is that haiti does not recognize the government in beijing. they still recognize the republic of china and taiwan and part of this in china's calculation is undoubtedly political. that's just not the way the united states respond in a humanitarian disaster situation. we disregard the politics and china hasn't. >> just like we disregarded politics when iran had the big earthquakes. >> exactly. we'll take a quick break and we mentioned china a little while ago. you hear about the big google threat with china, butt out of our business or you'll lose our business. don't think this is any of your business? think again. not that long ago, many families were priced out of an overheated housing market. but the times have changed. get the facts at remax.com. today, the dream of owning a home seems more attainable than ever
FOX News
Aug 9, 2017 11:00am PDT
there, the u.n. security council approved more sanctions against north korea with china and russia jumping on board there. >> you mentioned china and russia on board. we need china to do more. what is going on with that? >> the secretary of state noted that he did at this international conference in manilla speak with representatives from china and russia, he's counter parts there. he's noted that both of those countries have open communications lines with north korea. a north korean representative was also at this conference. the secretary of state is saying that he wants china and russia to use the open lines of communication to pressure north korea to, as he says, stand down on its weapons programs. there's the economic component of this, as you mentioned, harris, where china accounts for 90% of north korea's trade and the u.s. has been pressing china to not only enforce these new sanctions the u.n. security council has passed but sanctions that have been passed in years prior. >> make them feel the money loss. thanks, rich. general mattis issued the stern warning to north korea
FOX News
Aug 12, 2017 2:00pm PDT
: the concerns about north korea have not receded this saturday. president trump and china's president xi jinping talked last night in an effort to deal with the heightened tensions of north korea's continued threat to launch those missiles toward guam. the president also talking to guam's governor to reassure him the leader of the u.s. territory that's under the cloud of that missile threat. the governor telling the president that he feels safe with him in charge. >> as the governor of guam representing the people of guam and as an american citizen, i have never felt more safe or so confident with you at the helm. >> and for the latest we go to william la jeunesse, live on the western side of the island, kind of facing towards north korea where it is now, what, like 7:13 in the morning. good morning, william. >> you know, eric, this is actually where america wakes up because we're on the other side of the date line, so you are right, it is early in the morning here, around 7:00. you know, another thing that guam doesn't have to worry about is tourism. that phone call that you referred
FOX News
Jul 30, 2017 9:00am PDT
scenario. meanwhile, president trump is pointing the finger at china, tweeting he's disappointed and believes they could do more to stop the rogue regime. the u.s. defense agency says they shot down a medium-rank ballistic missile. it's designed to intercept short and medium-range ballistic missiles, not long-range missiles like the one north korea launched friday. they plan to deploy four he digital thanke thaad launchers. character * in a few moments we'll be talking more about this and that threat. arthel: president trump taking to twitter to air out his frustrations with china for not reining in north korea. reporter: there are many security analysts across this country who fear this is a precarious time in international relations. many of the world's bad actors may be seeking to take advantage of the domestic turmoil in the united states. rest figure nations at the white house. failure of the obamacare repeal bill and the pentagon's distraction with the president's new transgender policy. it may cause one of these bad actors to act out. president trump tweeted i'm disappointed i
FOX News
Sep 16, 2017 1:00pm PDT
. in washington, i am ellison barber. back to you. >> thank you. >>> the us, china to step up in the standoff with north korea. will they actually listen? we will take a closer look, next. we have done eight or nine sessions of sections. i do not think it will work. if there going to work we should have done the maximum a long time ago and then i don't think kim jong-un cares about his people. so we have a lot of military mice there but it is only china and russia that can put pressure on the north korea regime. ...or snack a day with glucerna... ...made with carbsteady... ...to help minimize blood sugar spikes... ...you can really feel it. now with 30% less carbs and sugars. glucerna. can we at least analyze can we push the offer online? legacy technology can handcuff any company. but "yes" is here. the new app will go live monday? yeah. with hewlett-packard enterprise, we're transforming the way we work. with the right mix of hybrid it, everything computes. wise man, i'm nervous about affecting my good credit score. i see you've planted an uncertainty tree. chop that thing down. th
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Dec 18, 2016 1:00pm PST
china says it will return that u.s. underwater drone it picked out of the water in international waters. trump last night tweeting a no thanks on that tweeting out we should tell china we don't want the drone they stole back. let them keep it. water cannons greated trump in mobile, alabama. it is his last stop on the thank you tour. he promised thousands america will be great again by rebuilding the military, tax cuts and job creation. >> this is where it all began. remember that incredible rally we had? i said i'm coming back to see you in alabama, right? >> and this is our last rally, our last stop. >> you see no votes behind me in front of the estate. that's the way it will always be as long as president he elect and president trump is spending time here. the u.s. coast guard imposed a security zone. there is only two passages where votes can come through. they are escorted by coast guard votes with .50 caliber guns. no boats are allowed to come close to going by or dropping anchor near the es state. >> thanks so much. >>> all eyes as they meet in their representative states u
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May 14, 2017 9:00am PDT
serve for call for all nations to implement far stronger sanctions against north korea. china and russia both said they were concerned about the launch but the u.s. wants more action, embassador hailey says there's a lot of sanction options out there including ones on oil and exports. back to you, arthel. eric: president trump gearing on first trip overseas and start friday. that trip taking into saudi arabia, israel and the vatican to meet the pope. we know the search for peace between israel and the palestinians has alluded american presidents for decades and when israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu visit the house in february the president raised eyebrows by seem to go back off the decades of u.s. insistence on a two-state solution. the big question before he begins the trip, can the president forge a deal between mr. netanyahu and palestinian leader abbas? analyst and author of the book doom to succeed, the u.s.-israeli relation from truman to obama. embassador, good to see you. >> good to be with you. eric: jerusalem is capital and refuses to back off payments of famili
FOX News
Feb 12, 2017 3:00pm PST
strategy #just of as an portly, how about china? we're joined a live from washington with more. >> north korea's president has been very open about his goal to develop a nuclear missile capable of hitting the united states. yesterday's launch is simply the latest step in achieving that goal. the timing of it is notable as well. it came nearly 24 hours 24 hours after president trump, and japan's prime minister held a joint press conference at the white house, where where they urged north korea to abandon its nuclear ballistic missile program. and not to take any further actions. in the last euro loan, north korea has attempted 24 missile launches into nuclear tests. last night, the head of south korea's joint chiefs of staff says this latest test says north korea's president is a fanatically obsessed with achieving his goal. even if it comes that the cost of his people. >> we sternly warned that if the kim jungle regime does not give up its missile operatives the north korean regime will destroy itself in the near future. >> north korea continues to move full steam ahead on its
FOX News
Mar 26, 2017 1:00pm PDT
other signs of problems in the regime. that means kim jong un is very little to lose. arthel: china is north korea's lifeline. so to get china to put pressure on kim jong un, when you think about the u.s. but in economic sanctions on china? >> i think we have to do that because that the only tactic we haven't used over the last 20 to 30 years. secretary of state on his most recent trip to asia talked about how our policy has failed over the course of two decades and clearly it has. we need to put china into a box and if nothing else, regardless what we think about north korean policy, and chinese banks are involved in violating u.s. money laundering laws. we need to enforce their own laws regardless of what we think about north korea. arthel: as you know opposing us economic sanctions on china, and he was doing that, how effective would that really be and does the u.s. have a financial freedom to enforce economic sanctions on china indefinitely. >> i think we can. the reason is putting sanctions on chinese eggs, basically unplugging them from the global financial system could clearl
FOX News
Jan 14, 2017 1:00pm PST
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Feb 12, 2017 1:00pm PST
that in order to the north to change its behavior , china needs to take a leading role in applying the pressure. here is chuck schumer on face the nation. >> like on so many other areas, china has been woefully inadequate and they could squeeze north korea economically 90 percent of the x boards and imports through china. i think we have to tell the chinese that they have to put north korea in a much more serious way than they have so far. >> it's the first official trip and they announced an agreement to boost the defenses against north korea. >> it's a ballistic missile and perhaps three years. others doubt they will have that capability at that point. the big question today is that it's international security expert and the study program. as jim just heard, china holds the key. we have been telling them that for years. >> exactly. >> i know. i kind of cringe when i heard the comments. it's really easy to blame china for this. if we are going to solve the problem we need to get serious. china doesn't want a nuclear north korea. it doesn't want a failed nuclear weapon state on its
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Apr 18, 2017 11:00am PDT
many, many times in the past. but president trump does believe he has a firm commitment to china's president after the meeting in mar a-lago. don't forget, this has been done, sandra, many times in the past. remember back in 2007 when china was at the table in the six-party talks. north korea agreed to dismantle its pyongyang nuclear facility. they even blew up one of the cooling towers. not so long after that decided they wanted to restart the nuclear program. it's been a litany of cut deals, only to watch north korea cheat. this president wants to interrupt that cycle. >> sandra: all right. john roberts, thank you. for more on this, let's bring in jim walsh, senior research associate at the m.i.t. security studies program. thanks for being here. >> good to be with you. >> sandra: a lot to goat. first let's get to the comments on this. he's keeping his comments close to the vest, saying he doesn't want to telegraph his plans. is that a good strategy for us? >> well, i think on the one hand, you don't want to tell everyone everything you know. you also want to be clear in your mess
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Dec 17, 2016 9:00am PST
from washington and president-elect donald trump. >>> mr. trump also tweeting today about china stealing the u.s. ocean drone in international waters. i'll tell you what he's saying. >>> and as electors prepare their presidential vote on monday, we're at the home of our very first president, george washington. we'll find out why the electoral college was a compromise for two very different ideas about electing our commander in chief. of. >>> thank you for spending your saturday with us. i'm elizabeth prann at mount vernon in northern virginia. >> with christmas decorations befitting the home of a former president, nice to see you, liz. i'm leland vittert. welcome to news headquarters in washington. >>> president obama isn't mincing words when it comes to his feelings about russia. the president says he told russian president vladimir putin to cut it out and suggested that the russian president personally direct his hacking the american election. we have obviously what president obama is saying, and then also this huge difference, this big ocean between what president obama is sa
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Jun 3, 2017 1:00pm PDT
than 6.5 million jobs in the next 25 years while giving countries like china and india virtually a free pass. you know, under the paris climate accord china would actually increase its co2 emissions for the next 15 years as the president said, this administration was elected to represent the people of pittsburgh, not paris. [applause] how great is it to have a president who's more concerned with des moines than denmark? [cheers and applause] you know, i just couldn't have been more proud this week to be standing with the president who chose to put american workers and american jobs first, who chose to put american energy and american industry first. i want to submit to you by withdrawing from the paris climate accord, president donald trump chose to put the forgotten men and women of america first, and he always will. [applause] you know, in just four months president trump, with the strong support of leaders here in iowa, has taken decisive action to strengthen america at home and a abroad, uphold american sovereignty and the rule of law. and at this white house, that's what we ca
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Dec 9, 2016 11:00am PST
to china, terry branstad, and he explained why there are so many wealthy people on his cabinet. >> some of the people i put on to negotiate, you've been noticing, are some of the most successful people in the world. one newspaper criticized. why can't they have people of modest means. i want people that made a fortune. now they're negotiating with you, okay? >> we confirmed the next president's name will be listed in the credits of celebrity apprentice when arnold schwarzenegger takes over as host. >>> like so many other things. we're hearing bobby v yb yb ybys in consideration for a spot? >> yeah, there is a spot, he was once manager of the red sox, that he is now on the short list to possibly become the u.s. ambassador to japan, and one of the details in this story, again from a radio station in the city where he used to be a famous basketball manager says it was governor chris christie that came up with this idea. he did manage in japan after a stint with the mets here, but there are no reports he has been offered any sort of announcement or that that is imminent. >> more in
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May 21, 2011 1:00pm EDT
, just go to fox car report.com. >> jamie: pakistan is getting 50 new fighter jets from china. why is china becoming pakistan's new arms supplier? should washington be worried over this newly forged friendship? we're going to delve into that next. [ woman ] bathing suits! shorts! tanktops! [ female announcer ] grab a box of multigrain cheerios. get a code to... ...a 7 day plan to get going on your summer weight loss. get the box. get the code. get started! does that airline go out of it's way to reward you? it should. because loyalty is a two way street. and when one side gives, the other has to give back. dedicated redcoat customer service. more first class upgrades. miles that don't expire. this isn't benevolence this is our business. the next time an airline asks for yours: ask them first, what they've done to deserve it. >> welcome back everybody. if you've been with us this hour, you know that herman cain just announced as the g.o.p. 2012 hopeful pool grows and he'll be joining our chris wallace tomorrow morning on fox news sunday and you'll want to check that out as well on your
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Aug 13, 2017 1:00pm PDT
. president trump is trying to do that through sanctions, through the u.n., through china and a promise any attack on guam would trigger a u.s. military response. but today on fox news sunday, cia director mike pompeo said he expects north korea to continue developing a nuclear program and would not be surprised if they test fire another missile. but he does not believe we are on the cusp of a nuclear war. >> it's difficult to put a timeline to these things, chris. each time they test another missile or if they should conduct a nuclear weapons test, they develop expertise, they expand the envelope. and so it is probably fair to say that they are moving towards that at an ever-alarming rate. >> reporter: meanwhile, on guam the stated target of kim jong un, life goes on as normal including attending mass. 85% of the island is catholic. the archbishop asked the clergy to address the fear and anxiety this their congregation. -- in their congregation. those we spoke to said they find comfort in their faith even knowing north korea could strike in as little as 14 minutes. >> he tied in the se
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Nov 8, 2015 9:00am PST
defense secretary ash carter. the pentagon chief raising the alarm on russia and china, accusing moscow of endangering world order and warning about china's expanding influence and growing military might. garrett tenney is live with details. >> ash carter had strong word forz russia saying that they are endangering the current world order and as america's top concern involving security threats. this is at the reagan defense forum in california last night. the defense secretary slammed russia for its incursions in ukraine, loose talk about nuclear weapons and throwing gasoline on an already dangerous fire in syria. the u.s. is searching for ways now to deter russian aggression and protect u.s. allies while investing in defense technology on the ground, in the air, space and cyberspace as well. >> we do not seek a cold, let alone, a hot cold with russia. we do not seem to make russia an enemy. but make no mistake, the united states will defend our interests and our allies, the principled international order and the positive future that it affords us all. >> carter's criticisms of russia w
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Jul 8, 2017 2:00pm PDT
. the president has become sharply critical of china in recent weeks, over beijing's reluctance to increase pressure on north korea over its nuclear weapons program. it's a topic that leaders did discuss along with trade, but before we discuss and report on russia, the latest on the meeting with china. chief white house correspondent john roberts remaining in hamburg, germany, tonight, where he is live with the very latest on the end of these meetings. hi, john. >> good evening to you as well, eric. first of all, an overview here at the g-20. there was a sense that among many of the g-20 member nations at least that the united states stood alone here in hamburg particularly on the issues of climate change and trade and the official communique it said that the members of the g-20 will quote continue to fight protectionism. that could be a reference to threats from the president to impose tariffs on european and asian steel, but he is also fighting for protectionism and unfair trade practices and the nations of the g 20 agreed with the president on the need to end what are sort of ma
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Oct 10, 2009 12:00pm EDT
product. general motors reached a deal to sell hummer brand to a china maker, said to be worth $150 million dollars. it must pass regulatory approval. how did the man who launched china's commune anythings revolution, an avowed socialist, become the face after capitalist china? dana lewis has the story from beijing. >> reporter: beijing's narrow streets, we were once invited to take a ride in one was a wide family limb zone. oddly enough, today owned by an america, lawyer, author and collector of all things related to mau, even a rusty car with bad brakes. >> it's not easy to brake your history, not easy to brake a red flag limousine. either. the founder of modern day china from 1949 to his death in 1976 has made a comeback of sorts. not only in lawrence's trendy beijing restaurant, the capital club, a movie epic starring 200 of china's biggest movie stars. mau is depicted as the caring father of the nation, loving his soldiers and citizens, but there's little of mau's brutality including his policies and political purges that resulted in the deaths of tens of millions of people. >>
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Feb 19, 2017 3:00pm PST
big issues to the economy and could impact gdp. president obama instituted tariffs against china on behalf of the tire industry and china institute tariffs on the poultry manufacturers. even in 2002, president trump -- wee he introduced tariffs for the steel industry. what happened then was that steel prices in the u.s. rose. not only did they rise for businesses but consumers. 35 to 45% tariffs increases prices for you and me as consumers, but other countries, mexico and china, they will retaliate and buy their goods elsewhere. there are many countries standing ready to supply consumers as well. eric: the president says he's going to renegotiate these. he would say that's an advantage president trump and other predecessors did not have. >> there is one thing we have to give president trump credit for. he's a business guy and making his first play when he's making a deal. if you are going to buy a car or make a deal, you have to come in with the lowest price. so wilbur ross, the commerce secretary, tariffs are just one part of the negotiations. china, for example, when i speak to on
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Apr 30, 2017 9:00am PDT
regime test fired another missile. the president said china's president says he is taking kim jong-un's challenge into his own hands. >> i will tell you a man i have gone the like and respect, the president of china, president xi i believe is putting -- putting pressure on him also. this was not a big missile. this was not a nuclear test which he was expected to do three days ago. we'll see what happens. eric: is president xi now playing ball? gillian, do you think beijing after so many years, aft several decades, is properly address the north korea threat? >> i hate to be unequivocal but the answer is question and no. it's clear president trump is going full speed ahead with diplomacy. he's getting along much better with the chinese leader than anyone could have anticipated, and that's great. but the no part here, this is something president trump recognizes whether he's saying it publicly, china only shares our security interests vis-a-vis north korea up to a certain point. north korea is never going to present a nuclear threat to the chain eels state in a way they will to the united
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Aug 23, 2015 1:00pm PDT
concerns about a slowdown in china. brian ennis is live with more. >> all eyes will be on the chinese market which opens at 9:00 p.m. eastern tonight. for years, the market has been betting on china as its growth. but this last week new indications that china's economy is contracting, falling chinese demand for commodities like iron, copper and oil negatively affecting marketing worldwide. china devalued their currency hurting u.s. goods. it's more expensive for chinese people to import and buy u.s. products making them less likely to do so. >> this is a communist country. if they say we're going to devalue our currency, we're going to push it lower, that means all chinese products coming into the u.s. are much cheaper than u.s. products. so as americans we're going to want to find the value. so when we go shopping, we're going to want to buy the cheaper item from china as opposed to abamerican made product. >> this week will give us a better idea of just how much chinese economic problems are affecting our economy here at home. consumer confidence and home sales will be coming out th
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Jan 12, 2017 11:00am PST
when russia, from terrorist groups, and with what china is doing in the south china sea. >> do you think we have a strong enough military today in order to achieve that goal? >> no, sir. >> cincinnati armed services just voted to give mattis a waiver to serve as defense secretary. even though he has not been retired for seven years. he would be the first general to be asked to do so since harry truman made an exception to civilian control of the military and asked general george s. marshall to serve. three democrats voted against. it will now go to the house and come back to the full senate vote. they're hoping to achieve that waiver before congress recesses tomorrow. >> all right, jennifer griffin live at the pentagon. jennifer just mentioned, we're movements away from action by the house armed services committee to consider that waiver allowing general mattis to serve as secretary of defense. now, my next guest was a u.s. marine under general mattis in iraq serving in fallujah in 2004. california congressman duncan hunter is a republican on the house armed services committee. you
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Mar 12, 2017 3:00pm PDT
in right now, i hope that is what is going to happen. arthel: what about china? what is china's role? when what do you think it should be? >> a great question. there is no solving this problem without china. so the question, how do you get that to happen. u.s., and china will have to find a way to talk to each other, and cooperate. neither of them want north korea to go crazy, and develop nuclear weapon, that works again chinese self interest. the question, is that china and u.s. have a lot of problem right new in our relationship. the question is with can we work around them. i think that it should be agenda item number one. arthel: and north korea looks like they will have nukes pointed at japan and china, or whatever they want. >> right. arthel:? what direction could new leadership in south korea go with north korea? and china that could be beneficial in some way to south korea? >> i think from the get g just at one level, it is important that south korea have a president. they had a domestic crisis. south korea has been missing in action on the bench when the important thing
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Jul 9, 2017 10:00am PDT
options in a key player in all of this is still china. >> ammunition comes with multiple options and it's not always military. in addition comes the sanctions. ammunition comes to trade. we do a lot of trade with a lot of countries. >> this is a direct threat to china with the united states. >> this is encouraging and motivating china to say we appreciate what you've done. this is a whole new level, an icbm test. we need you to not only do more, but pressure on north korea and china can do that. we need to see more action going accordingly. >> china is north korea's biggest trade partner. president trump met with president xi jinping at the summit and address north korea telling china something has to be done about it. elizabeth: ellison barber reporting live. >> perhaps even busier on the domestic front when republicans get back to work tomorrow, they face a massive to-do list and a ticking clock. lawmakers on health care and budget in just three weeks before the august recess. garrett tenney looking at the push for those votes about the real push for republicans, right? >> you also have
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Aug 2, 2017 11:00am PDT
the american people and will drive china, russia and north korea much closer together. i feel a truly great company worth many billions of dollars. that is a big part of the reason i was elected as president. i can make far better deals with foreign countries than congress. so signing the bill today, but doing so in a way where he had to let congress know exactly how he felt. not mincing any words either, sandra. >> sandra: so much to get to there. john, thank you. >> reporter: thank you. >> sandra: for more on this i'm joined by a former adviser to four american ambassadors to the united nations. rick, i want to first get to something that you just said because it's quickly spreading around. you said the only sanctions i believe will work are banking sanctions on the country of china. getting to north korea there. i'm sort of flipping here. so, i want to speak broadly here about the actions that we are seeing taken on the part of this president when it comes to dealing with these countries. where are you as far as the strategy? >> well, look. i'm somebody who doesn't believe in unila
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Apr 29, 2017 2:00pm PDT
says the rogue nation's latest move disrespects china. kitty logan is following this story from our london bureau. >> reporter: hi, molly. well, this is the third time this month that a north korean missile test has failed. this particular missile broke up just a few minutes after the launch. it was a medium-range ballistic missile fired in a northeasterly direction. north korea has repeatedly continued to test these types of missiles in breach of a u.n. ban. this latest launch has drawn widespread international condemnation. finish it came only hours after a u.n. security meeting to discuss the threat from north korea. speaking at the meeting, u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson warned of, quote: catastrophic consequences if the north korean leadership continued to develop its missile programs. amid mounting techs, the uss carl vinson supercarrier has arrived in the region for joint exercise with the south korean navy. the u.s. and south korea are also installing a missile defense system to track and intercept missiles from north korea. north korea's state broadcaster has critici
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Jul 5, 2017 11:00am PDT
g-20 sum it in germany where president trump will meet with world leaders including china's president and will have his first face to face discussion with vladamir putin. john roberts is live in warsaw. john? >> melissa, good afternoon to you or good evening here from poland. the president expected to land in about 2 1/2 or 3 hours. he's got a full slate of activities on hand here in warsaw. the big meeting of the week, i don't think there's any way to say this other than it's going to be the event of the week is when he meets with russian president vladamir putin. of course, the president has during the campaign and as president advocated a more constructive president with the russian leader. that's something that gives many of our european allies heart burn. even here in poland because poland shares a border with part of the russian federation and also home to russia's baltic fleet. the president acknowledging russia's behavior in destablizing this region does make it difficult to forge a better relationship. when it comes to the g-20 summit, two big topics of conversation
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Feb 27, 2011 10:00am EST
spending. we can't put ourselves at a competitive disadvantage with china. they are not making cuts to education or innovation or infrastructure. if we want to put ourselves on a long-term come pe competitive have to look seriously at what we cut and not make this a political game. >> jamie: less than a week really left. a week of work days but less than 7 days left. how do you get it done? >> well, i think the plan that is on the table right now, i disagree with the characteristickization of the republicans playing games. this is about whether we are going to do real reform or whether we are just going to talk about it. you can't in the same statement say that you want to get real spending reform in and then have a laundry list of your favorite things to spend on. are we increasing or slowing the growth rate of spending. that is the only real test here. i think there will be resolution because there is such a strong proposal on the table right now that does have some senate support. and, you know, and i have to really question the characterization of the president's budget because he
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