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Dec 2, 2016 5:00pm PST
will think well, okay. so what? >> reporter: the u.s. broke off relations in 1979 was of the one china policy. and the chinese feel they should be dealing with china when they deal with taiwan. the u.s. has been holding to that for the last 40 years. they are unofficial contacts. there is trade with taiwan. but this is something the chinese are very sensitive about. even when the u.s. and chinese officials, when taiwanese officials speak, it is under cover. nay they don't meet in public. nothing is announced. so this is sure to rile china, certainly. and obviously there is a lot of uncertainty about how donald trump is going to approach china. he's talked about tougher policy towards china. and this call kind of all fits into the fact that the chinese are very worried about what could be a very different policy under president trump. >> were the white house, the state department aware that this call was going to happen? >> not at all. and this is really fitting in with all of the calls that president elect trump has done. the state department is ready to provide, kind of, briefing pape
Jan 5, 2012 2:00am EST
. who is she? and who killed her? >>> and the is and china in an arms race but the u.s. facing severe cuts in defense spending. can we keep up? what is china putting all that money in right now? >>> and then mitt romney, just barely won the eye caucuses. but guess who might be number one? let's go "out front." >>> i'm erin burnett. "out front" tonight, romney on a roll. mitt romney squeaking out a win in iowa and immediately hitting the new hampshire air waves. >> it's time for this pessimistic president to step aside and let american optimism that built this greatest nation on earth build a great future for our children. >> but are people buying what mitt's selling? conventional wisdom says the former ceo will be the republican nominee and that the quote/unquote establishment is behind him. well, we wanted to know if that is really true. so we reached out to the "out front" strike team, our exclusive group of the best and brightest minds in the business world in this country and asked them which gop candidate is best for the economy. here are the results. it turns out most do support
Aug 11, 2017 5:00pm PDT
korea. that's a critical part of solving the problem with north korea, because china is seen as having some kind of leverage over pyongyang, although they haven't shown a lot of that lately and the president has shown a lot of disappointment. one call the president has not made, from what we understand, he's not spoken with the governor of guam. that is despite the fact that government there in the u.s. territory has been handing out bulletins to the residents on what to do and what not to do in the event of a nuclear blast. so for all these questions we're seeing the president take over the last couple of days, white house officials are telling us the president wants to have his message carried over, other senior officials like the secretary of state and defense secretary and so on. but tonight this message out of the white house that's coming from the white house is continuing to create a lot of uncertainty around the world. >> and despite comments by tillerson and mattis, which are perhaps more measured or preplanned, the president continues to double and triple down on the c
Nov 17, 2011 2:00am EST
going to taste them. . are they right? the bottom line on america's place in the world. china trying to become the superpower. what does the super committee and the president need to do? let's go "outfront." >>> i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, the market slid nearly 200 points today. the reason, fear and uncertainty. fear of europe and fear of the super committee. we are counting down to a huge moment for america on a day our commander in chief was warned china's military is building up with one main goal, taking on america. i'll get to that in a moment. first, the super committee is exactly one week away from its deadline to cut a minimum of $1.2 trillion from america's deficit. today was a day called critical by some lawmakers. the meetings have ended. there is no word on a possible deal. now, nearly 80% of americans don't expect the super committee to do its job. but no deal isn't just a chance to roll our eyes and say, hey, we knew it all along. no deal is bad for america. no deal means rising interest rates down the road and a halt in job creation now. we need a deal, and
May 4, 2012 4:00am EDT
-- the showdown with china over this man, a blind dissent who escaped house arrest, left ethe u.s. embassy. he said he was forced out, now he wants to get out of china entirely. the question tonight, what is really going on and is the obama administration hanging him out to dry? mitt romney certainly thinks so. we'll talk to "new york times" and david gergen as well. we'll get the latest from beijing next. "ñfÑ whwhatat m makakeses t thep nunumbmberer s stotorere d ? yoyou u wawalklk i intna coconvnvenentitiononalal ms ststorore,e, i it't's s rert ababouout t yoyou.u. ththeyey s sayay, , "w"weleu wawantnteded a a f firirm m bebn lilie e onon o onene o of " wewe p prorovividede t thet inindidivividudualalizizatat yoyourur b bodody y neneede. ohoh, , wowow!w! ththatat f feeeelsls r reae. itit's's a aboboutut s supuppope yoyou u fifindnd i it t momost. toto c celelebebraratete 2 25 5f bebetttterer s sleleepep-f-forof yoyou u - - slsleeeep p nr inintrtrododucuceses t ther ededititioion n bebed d st inincrcrededibiblele s savf $1$1,0,00000 f foror a a l li. ononlyly a at t ththe e sl
Apr 3, 2017 6:00pm PDT
up. word on what was said. the president's meeting with china's president, his meeting with egypt's leader as well today. jared kushner's role in the administration. when you have allergies, it can seem like triggers pop up everywhere. luckily there's powerful, 24-hour, non-drowsy claritin. it provides relief of symptoms that can be triggered by over 200 different allergens. live claritin clear. working on my feet all day gave me pain here. in my knees. so i stepped on this machine and got my number, which matched my dr. scholl's custom fit orthotic inserts. so i get immediate relief from my foot pain. my knee pain. find a machine at its raised 1 dare devil, 2 dynamic diy duos, and an entrepreneur named sharon. its witnessed 31 crashes, 4 food fights, and the flood of '09. it's your paradise perfected with behr premium plus low odor paint. the best you can buy starting under $25. unbelievable quality. unbeatable prices. only at the home depot. moms know their kids need love, encouragement and milk. with 8 grams of natural protein, and 8 other nutrients to provide bala
May 3, 2012 5:00pm PDT
with china. he escaped house arrest. left the embassy. he was forced out. now he wants to get out of china enti entirely. what is really going on and is the obama administration hanging him out to dry? we'll talk to "the new york times" and get the latest from beijing, next. it's very important to understand how math and science kind of makes the world work. in high school, i had a physics teacher by the name of mr. davies. he made physics more than theoretical, he made it real for me. we built a guitar, we did things with electronics and mother boards. that's where the interest in engineering came from. so now, as an engineer, i have a career that speaks to that passion. thank you, mr. davies. aspirin? i don't really know what it's for. isn't aspirin like a vague pain reliever? aspirin is just old school. people will have doubts about taking aspirin for pain. that's why we developed bayer advanced aspirin with micro particles. it enters the bloodstream fast and rushes relief to the site of pain. we know it works. now we're challenging you to put it to the test. visit fastreliefchall
Aug 8, 2017 5:00pm PDT
when you look at things from china's perspective. they did vote this weekend for more sanctions, but from their vantage point, it's interesting to realize their concerns are a, about instability on their border and if there's military conflict, obviously there's instability. but also just the idea of a unified korea that has u.s. troops and is oriented towards the united states, that is a concern for china, as well. >> exactly. the chinese don't like kim jong-un's behavior. they don't like the missile tests and the underground nuclear tests. but what they dislike more is the thought of exactly what you suggest. that is a reunified korea forcefully reunified by the way, and violently imploding north korea with millions of north korean refugees pouring into china and having the republic of korea buttressed by the united states right on their border, that is even more unacceptable to the chinese. just as the chinese voted for the u.n. security council resolution, they voted for this one. both of which have sanctions. the issue is, will they enforce them? their enforcement of security co
May 2, 2012 8:00pm EDT
embassy after escaping house arrest in eastern china just days before secretary of state hillary clinton was due to visit beijing for scheduled talks. she arrived last night. u.s. officials say chinese officials assured them chen would be treated you mainly while he remains in china but chen says he left the embassy only after u.s. officials encouraged him to do so. he said the embassy kept lobbying me to leave and promised to have people stay with me in the hospital. this afternoon as soon as i checked into the hospital room, i noticed they were all gone. he is being treated for injuries he sustained during his escape from home confinement. he told cnn he felt his life and his family's lives would be in danger if they stayed in china. he said i would like to say to president obama please do everything you can to get our whole family out. the state department says chen never sought political asylum while at the embassy. joining me is stan grant and jill dougherty. stan, you spoke to chen and he said he was disappointed in the u.s. government. why? what did he say went on? >> reporter: th
Oct 11, 2011 2:00am EDT
little bit mix and china, australia, new zealand doing well. here in the u.s., the employers when we talked to them, are not planning major hiring, but at the same time they're spending money on cap it will. when they spend money on small business and big business, it means they think the economy is probably going to do better as you move forward. not great guns, but perhaps better than some people anticipate. >> it's more positive than many would expect. let me ask you about the question. the frustration out there, a lot of it pointed at corporate america from the left and the right. it comes down to the jobs problems. let's just put it to you at cisco. $4.5 billion in the economy. you have this cash and why aren't you useing it to hire? >> more than fair question. if you look at what cisco has done the last 20 years, we grew from 400 to 70,000 people. we shared it with the shareholders and most of the time we were in hiring mote. if you look out over the next 12 months, we probably will be again, assuming there is not a major surprise in the economy. what would help us do that is i
Apr 12, 2017 9:00pm PDT
respond to terrorism. and have fought and died on terrorism. china was a currency manipulator and he was going to call them out. tough talk. he got a lot of applause during rallies on the campaign trail. let's look then and now. >> china, which has been ripping us off, the greatest abuser in the history of this country. china has been ripping us -- i have many friends in china, they agree with me 100%. they can't imagine, they can't even believe that they can get away with what's happening. president xi wants to do the right thing, we had a very good bonding, i think we had a very good chemistry together. i think he wants to help us with north korea. we talked trade, we talked a lot of things and i said the way you're going to make a good trade deal is to help us with north korea, otherwise we're just going to go it alone, and that will be all right too. but going it alone means going with lots of other nations. >> going it alone actually doesn't mean going with any other nations. president trump urged no intervention in syria. in russia, donald trump said he had a relationship wi
May 25, 2012 4:00am EDT
, chinese dissident chen guangcheng first in depth interview since his departure from china. what he told me today about his detention and his future here in america. f! >>> the blind chinese activist's escape from the legal detention in his own home, its plays out like a movie script. we'll talk to him tonight. he slipped past his guards, escaped into the night. now he's in the u.s. and talking to us about his ordeal, next on "360." in fact, i'm already seeing your best friend, justin. ♪ i would've appreciated a proactive update on the status of our relationship. who do you think i am, tim? quicken loans? at quicken loans, we provide you with proactive updates on the status of your home loan. and our innovative online tools ensure that you're always in the loop. one more way quicken loans is engineered to amaze. >>> for the first time since arriving in this country, chinese dissident, chen guangcheng is speaking out and doing it on "360." he is blinding and made a daring escape from house arrest. this is how authorities reacted when actor christian bale tried to visit him last year, ac
Jul 5, 2017 6:00pm PDT
with china. china and russia tried to forestall military action against the north and america's top commander on the korean peninsula fired a verbal warning shot at kim jong-un. the latest from all of it from michelle kosinski who joins us live from the state department. michelle, where is the u.s. with this crisis right now diplomatically speaking. >> yeah, well, nothing the u.s. has said, and we're talking over the last few years, has made any difference obviously to north korea. but the u.s. does have this military option. it's been there, it's always an option. north korea is the reason why the u.s. has these military alliances in the region and keeps working on them, so that is why you see the u.s. now repeatedly put that out there as a threat. put out the visuals, the capability right in north korea's face. the leverage, though, seems to lie with china economically. it is 90% of north korea's trade. it hasn't been so willing, though, to tighten the screws just yet as the u.s. wants it to do. so that is why today you hear the u.s. not only strongly rebuke north korea, but issue
Jun 24, 2013 5:00pm PDT
kong a confrontation with china. russia and cuba, major players as well. a jumbo jet arrived from havana in moscow. edward snowden was expected to be in seat 17-a. edward black saw no sign of him. at this moment, the question that people around the globe have been asking all day, and most of the weekend still applies. where in the world is the man who leaked the existence of two big american intelligence gathering operations. that and some terribly inconvenient questions as well. who if anyone dropped the ball. was the u.s. played by the chinese? and is it being played by the russians right now? there's a lot of ground to cover tonight in a saga that could end in a u.s. courtroom or in edward snow den's political asylum. anyway you cut it, this drama is half written. here's how it began. edward snowden acted quickly after he was charged with espionage friday night. the u.s. revoked his passport. he still managed to clear customs and board a flight. >> the decision to allow him to leave has a negative impact on the u.s. >> he spent the night in a russian airport. he never passed th
Dec 2, 2016 6:00pm PST
him about the sensitivities involved. clearly this is will cause a diplomatic uproar with china. we don't really know whether this was a message that he was sending to china, or just as he said in his tweets, taking a con dprat la tory phone call. that's what he said in the readout. a congratulatory phone call. they talked about strengthening that relationship. but it doesn't matter really what they talked about. the fact that they had this call really is the message here. >> choin a's contacting now the white house in reaction to this call. do we know much about that? >> we don't know that much about that. you can imagine what they're saying. they're like, what is this about? does this mean that president-elect trump is going to up-end the one china policy? which this is 1979 for four decades. the fact is, they can't really say anything. the president obama's administration doesn't know about what president-elect trump is going to do. there's been a lot of uncertainty created. he's sent mixed messages, talked about being tough on china, making them a currency manipulator. but he ha
Jun 12, 2013 10:00pm PDT
october that lays forth a very aggressive tactic of when they will use it. it as china that the u.s. has directed those accusations at most. and yit the oust is a very active in hacking into chinese research facilities, university, businesses and ones in hong kong as well. >> glen greenwald, i appreciate talking to you. thank u >>> let's dig deeper into this. john, you saw what snowden said in that interview, does the u.s. government really have any idea where he is at this point? >> i think they have a pretty good idea where he is. this is the kind of thing that not yesterday or the day before, but at the very beginning of this fbi headquarters would have likely called the fbi legal attack yay office. they would have called their counsel term parts and said hey, could you acquire this guy. maning, could you put eyes on, could we have an idea where he is, and please keep eyes on while we put together some charge that might fit within your extradition treaty. >> how concerned do you think the u.s. should be that he can share what he knows with the chinese? >> i think very concerned on som
Jun 13, 2013 1:00am PDT
accountability or transparency. >> snowden said that the nsa has been hacking computers in china since 2009. he showed the newspaper documents to support the claim. but the paper says it couldn't independently verify them. does that line up with what he told you, or can you say? >> he was very clear about the fact as the u.s. goes around the world threatening and warning people about the dangers of cyber attacks, that the u.s. is one of the most prolific, if not one of the most prolific perpetrators of signer warfare. z it lays forth a policy. it's particularly notable, because it's china that the u.s. has directed those accusations at most. yet the u.s., according to snowden and these documents, is very active into hacking into chinese research facilities, universities and businesses. >> glenn greenwald, thank you. >>> let's dig deeper than this. an alleged cover up with john miller. john, you saw what snowden says in that interview. it seems like he's in hong kong. does the u.s. government really have any idea where he is at this point? >> i think they have a pretty good idea. this is the
May 4, 2012 1:00am EDT
he wants to get out of china entily. the question tonight, what is really going on and is the obama administration hanging him out to dry? mitt romney certainly thinks so. we'll talk to "new york times" and david gergen as well. recently, students from 31 countries took part in a science test. the top academic performers surprised some people. so did the country that came in 17th place. let's raise the bar and elevate our academic standards. let's do what's best for our students-by investing in our teachers. let's solve this. (female announcer) most life insurance companies look at you and just see a policy. at aviva, we do things differently. we're bringing humanity back to life insurance. that's why only aviva rewards you with savings for getting a check-up. it's our wellness for life program, with online access to mayo clinic. see the difference at >>> tonight, the very high stakes drama of human rights activist, chen guangcheng. he made a direct appeal to congress on speakerphone and a translator delivered his message in english. >> translator: i want to meet with
Mar 12, 2014 5:00pm PDT
news. a potential new development in the search for malaysia airlines flight 370. it comes from china which has an especially strong interest in locating the airliner which was carrying so many chinese nationals on board. late today, chinese authorities released satellite photos of what they call a suspected crash site. they were taken on a high definition camera on the morning of march 9th, a day and a night after the the boeing 777 vanished on route from kuala lumpur to beijing. three images in the open ocean, each showing floating objects. what precisely they are, that remains to be seen. we should point out there have been several fault sightings so far. what is intriguing is the location. according to the chinese it's within a 20 kilometer or 12 1/2 mile radius of this spot on the map which corresponds closely to the point where controllers lost contact with the airliner's radar transponder. we should stress again, this is very preliminary information. however i it may help narrow back down a search effort that grew enormously today. more from pamela brown. >> reporter: these sat
Aug 19, 2015 5:00pm PDT
an example, i could give you policy on dealing with china. china is killing us. china has taken so much of our wealth. they have taken our jobs. they have taken our businesses. they have 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, i said wow that is a harsh statement. it is the greatest theft in the history of the united states. now i have great respect for china and their leaders. and i, 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's great. but we don't have the people that know what they're doing. so we have lost -- you can't just go say i want -- you go in, they just devalued their currency the other day. two decades, the biggest they have ever had, they're killing us. you know what that? s they -- they call it a sucking action. you know what it is, they're sucking the jobs and the money right out of our country. that's what they're
Mar 9, 2016 5:00pm PST
. the greatest player of them all is china. nobody has played the valuation game with their currency better. it's currency devaluation, than china. china is a grand master. japan is doing very well. but some of these countries are absolute masters at it. when we start getting tough, and they think that we're serious, and i'm totally serious. i'd put a tax on it in two seconds. >> you talk about a 45% tax -- >> i've talked about different taxes. >> i said use it as a negotiating tool, and i would if we couldn't make the right deal. >> that would raise prices for consumer goods. >> china just devalued their currency recently more than they have at any time in more than two decades. this was shocking. the only reason they did it is because we're weak and have no leadership. it makes it impossible for our companies to compete with chinese companies and china generally. it makes it absolutely impossible. the threat of me doing this, for instance, the threat of doing it against japan or china, tell japan, when your cars come in you'll have to pay a 35% tax. i only use 45% if somebody is re
Oct 8, 2010 5:00am EDT
. listen into the english. >> fundamental english rights in china. the nobel committee long believed there is a close connection between human rights and peace. such rights are a prerequisite for the fraternity between nations as which nobel wrote in this bill. over the past decade china has achieved economic advances to reach history can hardly show any equal. the country now has the world's second largest economy. hundreds of millions of people have been lifted out of poverty. participation has also broadened. china's new status, increased responsibility. china is in breach of several international agreements. as well as to its political rights. article 35 for china's constitution lays down that, and i quote, citizens of china, enjoy freedom of speech of the press or assembly, or association or procession and/or demonstration. end quote. in practice, these freedoms have proved to be distinctly for china's citizens. for over two decades, liu xiaobo has been a spokesman for human rights in china. he took part in the tiananmen process in 1989. he was a leading author behind the manifest to
Dec 12, 2016 6:00pm PST
been questions about what donald trump's policy to china is, concerns by china that a trump administration is moving away from the one china policy. what do you think -- what would be the ramifications if, in fact, that was -- the u.s. was moving away from that. or china beliefs tves the u.s. moving away from that? >> so far, the one china policy has produced something really extraordinary. it has allowed taiwan to exist as a free country in everything but the name, "country." you wouldn't want to mess with it unless you had a pretty clear idea what it was you were achieving. and as i have said, i think having more leverage with china is a good idea. and i think that, you know, if donald trump has an idea, that i'm going to use this taiwan card, because here's what i want from china. one, two, three. maybe that's -- you know, let's watch it. but it's been an extraordinarily stable arrangement, which has allowed taiwan to prosper. remember, taiwan benefits from this as much as anybody else, because the chinese could invade taiwan. and then you have a whole different security
Aug 8, 2017 9:00pm PDT
the way they see things. >> it's interesting when you look at things from china's perspective. the trump administration has been critical china hasn't done enough. they did vote, there was this unanimous resolution over the weekend on saturday for more sanctions. whether or not they're followed through on by china is another question. from china's vantage point, it's interesting to realize, i mean, their concerns are a, about instability on their border and if there's military conflict, obviously there's instability. but just the very idea of a unified korea that has u.s. troops in it and is oriented toward the united states, that >> exactly. the chinese don't like kim yong u.n.'s behavior. they don't like the missile or underground nuclear test. what they dislike more is the thought of exactly what you suggest, that is, a reunified korea forcefully reunified by the way and imploding violently imploding north koreaing with millions of north korean refugees pouring into china and having the republic of korea buttressed by the united states right on their border, that is even more un
Nov 16, 2011 2:00am EST
much of this is because you're worried about the rise of china? and under today's deal, u.s. marines will be, for the first time, conducting exercises by themselves on australian soil. why is that and what will they be doing? and, mr. president, you also mention in your remarks that afghanistan is not an easy mission. in the past few months, there have been three cases for australia where our troops have been shot at by the afghan soldiers who have been training, and sadly, four of those soldiers died and many others have been injured. public opinion is strongly against our involvement continuing. you outlined the drawdown. what do you say to the australian people who don't want to wait, who want to leiave immediately? >> first, with respect to these new initiatives, this rotational deployment is significant because what it allows us to do is to not only build capacity and cooperation between our two countries, but it also allows us to meet the demands of a lot of partners in the region that want to feel that they're getting the training, they're getting the exercises and that we hav
Oct 13, 2011 11:00pm PDT
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Oct 16, 2013 10:00pm PDT
eurozone that has its act together, they're starting to put their act together. china, it is not going to happen overnight by any means, but there is no question that the credibility has been called into doubt. and more importantly, the frustration has risen to levels not seen before. >> it is like the movement of tectonic plates, when it happens, it happens a long time. >> exactly, that will cost you a dollar. >> thank you, richard quest, good to talk to you, we'll see you a little later as we continue to talk about this important story, not just for america but for the rest of the world. >> absolutely, stock markets in asia are reacting to the debt deal, we looked earlier. >> right, from tokyo, to shanghai to -- >> and we'll go live to beijing, the largest holder of foreign debt in just a minute. [thinkin? the son picks up the check? [thinking] i'm still working. he's retired. i hope he's saving. i hope he saved enough. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. whether you're just starting your 401(k) or y
Nov 7, 2017 10:00pm PST
asia. but before arriving in china, mr. trump called on beijing to do a lot more to end the nuclear threat from north korea. during an address to south korea's national assembly, the president offered the north koreans a better future through diplomacy. but he also directly warned kim jong-un not to mistake american restraint for weakness. >> today i hope i speak not only for our countries, but for all civilized nations. when i say to the north, do not underestimate us. and do not try us. >> north korea officials were apparently closely watching what the president had to say. even before the speech they told cnn's will ripley, who was in pyongyang, we don't care about what the mad dog may utter because we've already heard enough." for more on this we're joined by paula hancocks in seoul. matt rivers is standing by in beijing. in los angeles, cnn political commentators dave jacobson and talk radio host and trump supporter john philips. paula, we'll start with you. a day earlier the president seemed to indicate his willingness to go into negotiations to make a keel. then this very blu
Apr 3, 2013 11:00pm PDT
united states is relying on china, and what can china do, we don't know yet. i spoke to a nuclear scientist, the last one who was in there, who said he does not believe this regime is suicidal. on the other hand, again, what about miscalculation. i spoke to the u.n. south korean ambassador who said we're worried, we're not panicked, because this is an especially virulent form of the usual threats thattim could out of north korea. >> though we have heard these threats before, richard. >> these are a little bit different, more directly aimed at the united states. there is the nuclear dimension. ironically enough, what it might do more than anything else, anderson is persuade a majority of the people in south korea and japan that the time has come for them to start thinking about whether they need independent nuclear deterents of their own. beginning to see writing and speaking about that in both countries. this was a taboo not long ago. this might get china's attention. i actually think china is key here. probably half to two-thirds of north korea's trade, travels through china. the
May 30, 2013 7:00pm PDT
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May 30, 2013 10:00pm PDT
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May 24, 2012 5:00pm PDT
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Dec 5, 2016 6:00pm PST
a blistering response to donald trump's increasingly anti-china rhetoric. an editorial in china's state-run's "people daily" said, quote, trump and his transition team should realize that making the trouble for china/u.s. ties is making the trouble for themselves. adding with a poke at the president's make america great again slogan, quote, creating troubles for china won't make the u.s. great. >> good afternoon, everybody. >> reporter: the white house added its own criticism. >> it's unclear exactly what the strategic effort is, what the aim of the strategic effort is. and it's unclear, exactly, what potential benefit could be experienced by the united states. >> reporter: trump doubled and tripled down on his tougher stance over the weekend, tweeting, did china ask us if it was okay to devalue their currency, making it hard for our companies to compete, heavily tax our products going into their country? the u.s. doesn't tax them. or to build a massive military complex in the middle of the south china sea? i don't think so, exclamation point. >> they take our money, they take our
Jan 16, 2011 5:00am EST
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Feb 10, 2017 12:00am PST
opposition to the one-china policy, it seems. he seems to accept that's a thing now. you've written a book about, you know, u.s.-russia relations. on the international stage, the big test is going to be how he handles china and russia, right? >> it is indeed, yeah. with china, we've seen this rowing back. with russia, we really don't know what's going to happen because as ever with this administration, they're just completely contradictory signals coming out. we have this broad impression that trump likes putin as everyone talks about this kind of great bromance between the two of them, even though they've never met. then you get other people within his administration who are saying, we've got to be tough on russia. russia is an aggressive power. we've got to contain them. >> that's going to be tested when? >> well, we've got a nato summit in may that trump is going to be at. there's a lot of speculation there's going to be a summit with putin maybe around that time or in july. >> peter, thank you very much indeed. fascinating process. we're getting a sense of this presidency and how he pu
Aug 24, 2015 5:00pm PDT
decided to head for the door. in the global interwoven markets we have got. what started in china and shanghai raced through india, france, frankfurt, london, and ended on the shores. >> china is one of the things focused on. >> the thing. the thing. that and the price of oil. the dubious nature of chinese economic statistics and whether china is basically going to grow even at the limited rate of 5 to 7% that they might. >> you say dubious nature of information coming out of china. donald trump said something look that today. he talked about china's slowing economy. he said this could get very messy. all caused by china. and asia is allowed to dictate the agenda. >> you have to take his comments with a pinch of salt. the man can't have it both watz. the same man who has made a fortune selling those expensive apartments that reminds us every five minutes to the chinese. which does he want? does he want a roaring chinese economy? that enables china to buy his property? or does he want a more realistic china economy which is what is taking place at the moment. i am not going to get into
Mar 9, 2017 12:00am PST
. jessica schneider, cnn, washington. >>> now the trump organization is leaving its mark on china again. up next, why trump insiders say their latest business move is part of a defense strategy. >>> plus, the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. lashes out at north korea's leader after the country's latest provocations. what she said about kim jong-un. as the network it's on. and verizon has been ranked number one for the 7th time in a row by rootmetrics. (man) hey, uh, what's rootmetrics? it's the nation's largest independent study and it ranked verizon #1 in call, text, data, speed and reliability. (woman) do they get a trophy? not that i know of. but you get unlimited done right. (man 2) why don't they get a trophy? (man 3) they should get something. (woman 2) how about a plaque? i have to drop this. my arm's getting really tired. unlimited on verizon. 4 lines, just $45 per line. >>> the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. is talking tough about north korea's missile launches and its erratic leader. nikki haley said dealing with kim jong-un isn't easy, and she explained the need for the thaad missile def
Sep 9, 2015 8:00pm PDT
play a bit of that for you. >> i will turn the national mall into a luxury golf course. and china will suspect that. i promise to put meat loaf on the $10 bill and send a message that this great nation will never turn down for one. >> so, i mean, i guess the supporters of gem bush say anything that showcases jeb bush in a different light is a good thing. in your view, does this kind of thing matter? >>. >> i think the fact that steven colbert captured 6.5 million viewers matters. if you're any presidential candidate. especially since the other candidates aren't like donald trump. they can't snap their fingers. so you take advantage of those things. and, you know, i have to tell you, it strikes me as very funny that the lines colbert and his writers put together there, you could imagine the same things coming out of donald trump's mouth with no sense of irony what so ever. >> and naturally, not scripted. >> naturally. >>> thank you. coming up next, more on how donald trump sees the rest of the world while his view is resonating with republican voters and whether or not he can turn
Jun 10, 2013 7:00pm PDT
immediately. the cia and fbi look at china as a hostile country. it has an active intelligence program against the united states. it would do anything to get a source like this young man. right now i'd be very surprised if they're not questioning him -- >> the chinese? >> the chinese, yes. remember that honolulu is an important relay station for the national security agency. all our spying on china would be filtered through there. what did he know? what didn't he know? what did he have access to? what did he bring out? the chinese would be remiss not talking to him right now. >> so, you're saying if they treat it like a counter intelligence case, if the u.s. treats it like a counterintelligence case, how does that inform how they investigate him? >> they're going to be going through his internet connections, his telephones, his connections in hawaii to see if he was possibly -- and this is a possibility, i'm not saying it happened -- contacted by chinese intelligence, and once he got to hong kong, who was he met by? you know, was he met at the airport? things like this. there are all k
Apr 10, 2017 6:00pm PDT
threats to the u.s. in decades, from syria to, russia, to north korea, china and isis? >> the world is a mess. i inherited a mess. whether it's the middle east, whether it's north korea, whether it's so many other things. >> reporter: what is the trump doctrine? >> we do what we can to make sure that our interests economically and national security are at the forefront. we're not just going to become the world's policeman running around the world. >> reporter: military action against one side of a war the u.s. has studiously avoided would seem to represent a shift from an america first strategy. despite trump's many assurances to the contrary. >> i'm not and i don't want to be the president of the world. i'm the president of the united states. and from now on, it's going to be america first. >> reporter: however, in the case of syria, his administration is offering contradictory messages on whether the syrian leader bashar al assad must go. >> regime change is something that's going to happen because all of the parties are going to see that assad is not the leader that needs to be taking
Jun 1, 2017 10:00pm PDT
largest greenhouse gas emitter in the world after china, was an early leader on the actual creation of this accord. what message does it send to the rest of the world and u.s. allies? to supporters, this is fulfilling a campaign promise, this shouldn't come as a surprise. >> it did not come as a surprise, anderson. but it did come as a shock. i think many of us were sort of believing that he would change his mind, that saner heads would prevail. that simply did not happen. i think this is an historic moment. unfortunately, it is not a good one. in years past we've been so -- well, because look, i think some 70 years ago this country came to the aid of many others, especially in europe with a marshal plan and we saw that as one of the noblest acts in history, which it was. tonight, there's just a sense that we have witnessed now one of the most shameful acts in our history. we do have 4% of the world's population but we contribute more to the carbon dioxide than any other nation. almost a third of the carbon dioxide that's threatening the planet comes from the united states. to say we t
Oct 14, 2010 1:00am EDT
security front on china which is a huge issue right now. in 2006 and correct me if i'm wrong you said that china has "a carefully thought out and strategic plan to take over america and if they pro-tend to be our friend it's because they've got something up their sleeve." you also said "you wish you weren't privied to some of the classified information i am privilege si to." i'd like if possible for to you clarify what you meant. >> i was talking about when i was working with a humanitarian group going to china. we are giving security briefs about china's position with some potentially hostile nations and some security threats that my clients would be facing. but we do have to look at china very seriously because we -- they own so much of our debt, it prohibits a lot of decisions that we need to make in regard to our foreign policy. number one is iran with nuclear weapon, china stands in a big way there. these gasoline sanctions that we have are not enforced as strictly as they could be because we have allies like france and italy participating in the gasoline embargo but then china c
Nov 8, 2017 9:00pm PST
. secretary of defense to china and a senior high level chinese military delegation to the u.s. and work to ensure the success of the first joint staff dialogue mechanism and the disaster management joint exercise and economic exchanges. we agreed to standard law enforcement and cybersecurity cooperation. the two sides reaffirmed that neither wants to become a safe haven for each other's fugitives. and will instruct competent authorities of the two countries to actively explore a long-term cooperation mechanism regarding fugitive assets recovery and repatriation of illegal immigrants. the two sides will continue the implementation of the 5 point consensus which in 2015 to enhance cybersecurity cooperation including the use of the international terrorist and tackling cyber crimes. we will counter narcotics cooperation and better protect each others nationals and institutions in their respective countries. as two distinctive countries our two sides may have different views or differences on some issues. this is only natural. the key is to properly handle and manage them. there is far more
Apr 9, 2013 1:00am PDT
peninsula. result in a south korean victory and a united korean which i don't think china wants at this stage. >> this new young leader of north korea is seeking bluffing, you think he's bluffing? >> he could be. we don't know. we have to assume that he's not. we have to operate on the assumption that he's for real. that -- or the fact that he could be blufg, can't get himself back in. he would have built up the wardrobes among his people. he has to take some action and that action could be a modified attack on south korea, but the new south korean president, president park said that she'll respond to any attack. not like the previous years. there were south korean attacks. president park has made it clear that she would not. that could cause events to spiral out of control. >> if north koreans do launch some sort of missile or attack as they did in 2010, they torpedoed a south korean war ship, they she would an island, a south korean island, killing some civilians there. the south koreans at that time and the u.s. did not retaliate. you're saying this time there could be significa
Dec 16, 2011 2:00am EST
ability, that it would have needed help from china. now, google's eric schmidt said on the show this week he thinks iran is much more sophisticated than codes and sib war than people give it credit for. turns out, he may be right. also today, u.s. military officials told cnn why the drone was in iran to begin with. apparently it was on a surveillance mission of suspected nuclear sites in the country. previously, u.s. and nato officials had said the drone was just patrolling the border and it veered off-course. a few moments ago, i spoke with chad suite, cofounder of the chertoff group, a global advisory firm, and i asked him if it could possibly be true that iran had hacked into the drone and brought it down. >> well, i think the proof of the pudding will be in whether they can put up or shut up. we'll see. secretary panetta has stated clearly that we'll continue to operate the program along the afghan/iranian border, so they'll have to be able to demonstrate that they can replicate this. >> but here's a key question. >> yep. >> do we have the ability, if these things lose touch with
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