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Apr 14, 2017 9:00am PDT
aggressive words." >>> china with a blunt warning of storm clouds gathering and threating running out of control. >> this has potential to have the north koreans overreact and a potential for miscommunication. in a tinderbox situation like the korean peninsula it is dangerous. kim jong-un wants to solidify his power internally and demonstrate is externally. if you push him too far, he may overreact. >>> top gun, why did the u.s. drop the most powerful nonnuclear bomb ever used on the battlefield, striking an isis target in afghanistan. >>> warning shots, what is the commander and chief signaling to the world? >> i don't know if this sends a message, north korea is a problem, they be taken care of. i will say this, i think china has really been working very hard. >> former defense secretary leon panetta joining me just ahead. >>> good day, everyone, i'm andrea mitchell back in washington. the world is on edge waiting to see what north korea will do less than 24 hours away from a key anniversary. a day traditionally marked by provocative military acts. the president's twitter only stoking
MSNBC
Jan 24, 2017 9:00am PST
angered japan and created a big vacuum china is leaping to fill. joining me is are close gutierrez, former commerce secretarior george w. bush who endorsed hillary clinton in fact in the campaign, and was formerly the head of kellogg, a global company, so you know how companies and how other nations also respond to this. what is the practical impact of the president now, pulling back on tpp? >> well, on tpp, there are, as you mentioned, this is very good news for china, because they're essentially creating an area, a trade area in the asia-pacific with about 13 countries, and that will be china's area, without the u.s., without the u.s. dollar, and unless we have a way of getting in there, our companies could be shut out. so if the president wants bilaterals, okay, bilaterals, but let's get on with it. my understanding is that japan is not very interested in a bilateral, but there other countries, malaysia, thailand, but we've got to move forward. they're already building roads from china all the way down getting ready for their asia-pacific area. >> and in trying to isolate china
MSNBC
Jul 5, 2017 9:00am PDT
. perhaps china will put a heavy move on north korea and end this nonsense once and for all. that is really an ominous tweet from a north korean perspective. he seems to be talking about regime change. one wonders whether it is wise to be tweeting about a trip like this, rather than sitting with your foreign policy advisers and deliberately deciding what your tone will be once you arrive. >> i think it adds to the high stakes, andrea, and certainly the very complicated backdrop to these meetings that he's about to have, particularly when he gets to the g-20 summit and will be meeting the president of china, the leaders of japan and south korea, face to face. china is particularly interesting. that has really been where the white house has been focused when it comes to pressuring north korea. president trump inviting the president of china to mar-a-lago, they had a number of phone calls, the white house has signaled a real optimism when it comes to china, at least initially, thinking that the president of china would in fact intervene, would get tougher. but then skepticism, reality b
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2015 9:00am PDT
global economic news that are potentially driving markets between what's going on in china and greece. brian, explain to viewers now, the dow is not the nyse. the dow industrial average is the combination of stocks that trade on different exchanges but explain why we're seeing movement. is that because nasdaq is open and because other exchanges are open? >> that's right. in fact to ron's point you have a couple of atlantic platformelectronic platforms. now there's about 20 markets out there, chuck so you've got some electronic trades happening. the nasdaq sort of rather bizarrely, does actually trade some new york stock exchange stocks. it's called tape a. it's kind of like if you booked on united but you went on an american plane because they had some kind of a deal that's the way it works there, so stocks are trading. the stocks that are not trading are the thousands that are listed on the floor of the new york stock exchange. you can see in your view there these posts. you look above it and you see those digital boards that the camera is focusing in on. they have company names and
MSNBC
Apr 12, 2013 10:00am PDT
secretary kerry goes on to beijing. and everyone agrees that china holds all the cards diplomatically. if it will step up to the plate and really pressure pyongyang. chris? >> florida senator marco rubio has been working hard to sell the bipartisan immigration reform plan emerging in the senate to conservative groups and members of his own republican conference. this weekend he's taking that message to the nation with seven -- yes, seven -- a marathon sunday show appearances for marco rubio. joining knee for our daily fix, nbc news capitol hill correspondent, kelly o'donnell. the only other person other than marco rubio who could do seven sunday shows. >> five used to be the big number, now it's seven. >> let's talk about this. rubio has been this barometer, back and forth on immigration. chuck schumer on "meet the press" a few weeks ago said the deal is done. marco rubio comes out with a statement and says the deal is not done. is the deal now done, now, kelly, that these appearances are a signal that that's what's happening? >> they're certainly a signal that it's happening. that republ
MSNBC
Feb 14, 2012 10:00am PST
remember this and go bake. >> but today's white house visit with china's next leader likely to be all business, decision 2012, santorum surge, it's national. will it last is this john stewart weighs? >> what the heck, american, i leave you alone for 1 week. 1 week. i expect you to -- i expect you to go a little crazy, but making this guy the front-runner? >> well, good day, i'm chuck todd in washington and i'm in today for andrea mitchell, time for the daily fix, it's rick santorum, three new polls out, can he put together a national campaign. chris, managing editor for post politics.com, it's the first time that santorum has been in the lead character as conservative foil of the on again off again mechanical front-runn front-runner, mitt romney. >> you are right, if you go back and look at polling you'll see everyone to now rick santorum they have rose and fell. perry rose fell and rose and fell again. romney never goes above 30%, i usually dismiss it and we have talked about it. >> it's always a lagging indicator >> and it's notity a national election, the people saying i am for
MSNBC
Feb 19, 2013 10:00am PST
gibbs. cyber wars. china's army now targeting u.s. pipelines and nuclear plants. with us to discuss, the authors of a new report tracing the attacks to military headquarters in shanghai. plus, play of the day. while the press corps was banned from the president's golf outing, tiger woods, david letterman fills in the missing links. >> this is our president playing golf this weekend. huh? >> that's one way to do it. good day. andrea mitchell live in washington where president obama is surrounded by uniform police and is now issuing dire warnings about the consequences if automatic budget cuts, the sequester, will create job losses and a setback to the recovery if that goes into effect next week. in response senate republican leader mitch mcconnell still prefers campaign events to -- joining me now for our daily fix, chris calizza and managing editor of post politics.com. well, chris, we saw the performance at the white house. this was a set piece, if you will. the instant response from mitch mcconnell. the bottom line is neither side is negotiating. the white house now assumes the se
MSNBC
May 4, 2012 1:00pm EDT
executive commission on china and he held an emergency meeting on chen's situation on thursday. thanks so much for joining us. first of all, your reaction to the deal as outlined by secretary clinton and her staff today? >> i won't be -- none should be satisfied till it's wheels up till chen and his family are on the way to the united states from china. from the chinese point of view, the continued harassment and use of torture against chen and his family for defending women who have been subjected to forced abortion in china and that was why he was so persecuted for seven years, was unsustainable from the chinese point of view. finally the news media really focused on the chen story and that brought a great groundswell of support for him worldwide as well as inside of china where his story was largely untold. and, of course, we've been working on his case for over seven years. i actually nominated him for the nobel peace prize two years ago in 2010. so he's a great man and his wife, yuan and finally it looks like this will have a positive consequence and he'll come to the united states.
MSNBC
Aug 24, 2015 9:00am PDT
the recent days is not just that china's economy is slowing and more than expected but it's that they've losing more control than anticipated. remember, this is an economy growing fast under state control and it seems the state control is withering and people are saying what next. but, income, the china story isn't the real story. there's also a lot of concern about a bigger question of the evaluation of the stockmarket has run ahead of themselves. as mandy just said, we've had seven years of the bull market. it's much too high given where the earnings are and given the fact the u.s. economy is growing, it's not growing that fast. >> jean, you're on the phone for us. how does the white house handle something like this politically? obviously there's not much the u.s. can do because of china and what's happening over there but could this have an impact on whether or not the fed moves interest rates later on this year as so many have speculated? >> i think it should. but then, again, i've always been in that camp. i think it just gives more confirmation to the view that there's much
MSNBC
Apr 15, 2013 1:00pm EDT
about negotiations. on the minus side it may have gone too far and agitated and annoyed china. which is its big patron and you could also see north korea right now, backing down a little bit because there have been some not very strong statements, but almost any statement about north korea coming from china is perceived to be one that is serious and china has made it clear, it does not want to see further military escalation on the korean peninsula. >> nbc's richard engel live in seoul. >>> secretary of state john kerry is heading back to the united states. andrea mitchell interviewed him earlier today about a shift in north korea. >> there's clearly a policy shift in the administration's thinking as the administration talks for the first time about direct talks with north korea. i sat down with john kerry in tokyo before he left for the u.s., about the administration's policy. mr. secretary, thanks for joining us today. you have now opened the door to north korea for direct talks, if pyongyang as we've said before, stops testing nuclear weapons, stops threatening its neighbors. what
MSNBC
Jun 7, 2013 10:00am PDT
. >> but bad timing, leaks about u.s. surveillance complicate president obama's plans to challenge china for its cyber-spying when the president hosts china's leader later today in california. now you see her, now you don't. the forecast for tropical storm andrea is changing rapidly as the storm zips up the east coast. and regulators mount up from snoop dogg to warren g., fallon delivers another epic mash-up of brian williams. >> was ugly or black ike a clear white moon or on the streets, trying to consume some skirts for the eve so i could get some funk ruling in my ride. chilling all along. just head the east side of the bc trying to find mr. warren g. see a car full of girls ain't no need to tweet. you squirts know what's up with 3. >> it's amazing, i don't know how he does it. >> we don't know how he does it. good day, i'm andrea mitchell in washingtonnd we're learning new details about the top-secret program code named prism. which allowed the national security agency and the fbi to tap directly into computer servers of nine leading internet companies. monitoring internet traffic an
MSNBC
Sep 17, 2012 1:00pm EDT
critical of president obama for not being tough enough on trade issues with china. here is what the president had to say in a state with auto suppliers, where he took action against china on a trade issue involving the auto industry today. >> he's been running around ohio claiming he's going to roll up his sleeves and take the fight to china. now, here's the thing, his experience has been owning companies that were called pioneers in the business of outsourcing jobs to countries like china. >> how effective is that, chris? >> well, look, i think what the president wants to do here is muddy the waters a little bit and i think relatively effective there. again, that's the bain attack essentially saying mitt romney says one thing as a candidate, did something different as a private business man. i will say i was on a call with lots of other reporters with ed gillespie, one of the top ranking republicans in the romney campaign a little bit earlier, they, ed insisted kind of with a wink and nod he thought that this action on the -- behalf of the obama administration to china came in resp
MSNBC
Apr 28, 2015 9:00am PDT
the asian pacific region. china has benefitted from it. it's on that basis that china became an economic juggernaut that ended up being enincorporatedeninkorptincorporated into global trade. no we don't think a strong u.s. japan alliance should be seen as a -- it should be seen a continuation of work being done to insure you have a stable area where there are diplomatic conflicts, healthy economic competition but largely been able to maintain forward progress for a whole host of nations. our treaty alliances have been critical to that. the u.s. serving as a power has been critical to that. as i said before we welcome china's peaceful riots. we think it's good not only because china is a booming potential market. we think it's good not possible because it allows china potentially to share burdens with us in helping countries that are not as far along developed. we think it's just good that hundreds of millions of chinese citizens have been able to rise out of poverty at a credible speed over last several years. they could not have done that had it not been for a stable trading sy
MSNBC
Apr 12, 2017 9:00am PDT
no good for you. i hope china can help you. we talked about trade and chi will do better on trade if they help us with north korea. >> joining me now from seoul is janice. thank you for being here. let's talk about what is happening on saturday, on saturday north korea is celebrating the birth anniversary of kim il sung. in the past they have used this type of moment to flexion their muscl muscles. to launch a provocation. do you expect that to happen? what do you hear on the ground? >> there has been speculation for weeks. they have shown activity at sites. and with his series of tests and provocations. a test right now would be an act of utter defiance to not only the united states but to china, which is emerging as a more proactive player in this situation. we saw that with the call from president trump. suggesting that xi jinping wants to continue this conversation. what china is willing to do is still unclear. china is still pushing for talks but we're seeing small signs of their tightening the vice. a state run newspaper suggested that china could cut off oil shipments if th
MSNBC
Apr 13, 2017 9:00am PDT
from commander in tru trump. >> nato is obs leet. -- obsolete. >> remember this comment on china? >> they are grand masters of currency manipulation. now he says they're not. what is driving these u turns? good day, i'm kristen welker in for andrea mitchell. as 100% fabrication, even questions the photos of dead children in the aftermath. this as president trump is finishing up his talk with a tweet saying things will work out fine after saying that they have hit a relationship low. i want to bring in our monster possible. richard engel in london, halle jackson at the white house. bill neily who is in moscow. janice macky-frayer, and robert costa. thank you all for being here. i want to start with you, rifd, and this stunning into view with bashir al assad. the notion that the government is behind the chemical weapons attacks is 100% false, it is a fabrication, what are your take aways? >> it is not surprising that he denied syrian culpability. he wasn't going to come out and say yes, we did it, and we're sorry. what was stunning is that he said the images might be completely fal
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2012 1:00pm EDT
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MSNBC
Nov 12, 2014 9:00am PST
leg of his trip after landing an environment deal with china. wide ranging deal that china has ever agreed to cut greenhouse gases and transition to nonfossil fuels, result of secret negotiations that have been under way for nine months. anne thompson joins me now from new york. i know this is going to take place over a long time. there are a lot of obstacles ahead but this still marks a very big change from the stalemate between the u.s. and china when the president first went to copenhagen when he first took office blocking any -- >> huge transition into the low carbon economy, andrea. you consider that the u.s. and china are responsible for one-third of all the carbon emissions in the world, the fact that you have the two largest economies and the two largest emiters saying we're going to do something about this sends a powerful signal to the business world and the rest of the world. first of all, the united states would reduce its carbon emissions from 2025 from anywhere to 26 to 28%. china, on the other hand, has said it will cap or reach a peak of carbon dioxide emissions arou
MSNBC
Nov 21, 2011 1:00pm EST
street. there is a lot of european action going on. we were talking earlier about china. >> yeah. once again it's a somber mood out there on wall street. the s&p 500 has gone down through 1,200. it's not just the disappointment about the super committee. it's the fact that the eurozone problems are still bubbling, and just this morning we had an interview with the chinese vice premiere who was warning that china thinks the global economy could be hovering on a deep and retracted recession. until now, china has been one of the few bright spots on the global picture. >> is the slowing of the economy in china cyclical effect or is it also part of this -- what we've seen elsewhere? because they don't face the same stresses that the eurozone and the u.s. has been facing? >> the vice premiere was talking about the entire global economy. i was in shanghai last week, there is concern about the stresses building inside china and there's speculation that china could be preparing for more monetary easing to ward that off. the big question now is you're seeing investors and the public losing
MSNBC
Mar 17, 2017 9:00am PDT
, when he's about to go to china, which has been saying negotiate with north korea. dial this down. don't dial it up into a military confrontation, and now he is saying negotiations are off the table, and that if north kor shows signs that they are evating their program to the level that is not sustainable, then this military option is on the table. so it's not a retaliatory strike, it would be a pre-emempe strike, and it's lowering the threshold for what could trigger such a strike, all done by a novice diplomat on his first trip, after going to the dmz, so it's certainly dialing up the rhetoric. there were indications that he was perhaps too soft in his earlier comments in tokyo, where he refused to be specific about the strategic review and where it's going beyond sanctions and things like getting china to participate in pressuring north korea, which is something that all of his predecessors have done as well, so after denouncing 20 years of policy towards north korea, they're trying to make this sound different and with this rhetoric today, he certainly makes it sound different
MSNBC
Feb 10, 2017 9:00am PST
at this hour, after the president made a key concession to china in a late night phone call. feeling the political sting of his first big judicial defeat, the unanimous decision from the ninth circuit casting a cloud over the administration's temporary travel ban. joining me peter alexander and nbc justice correspondent pete williams. >> peter, they may go to rewrite, a lot of anticipation for the arrival of the japanese prime minister. >> reporter: exactly. you can see the color guard honor guard behind me as they anticipate the prime minister's arrival, only the second time it will occur on president trump's watch. shinzo abe one of the first to meet with president trump before we taken office, after he won the white house but specifically to the executive order the new details from senior administration officials suggests they have having nominations since before the court of appeals ruled on this about potential paths forward and those paths according to this aide include, one, further the current case the senior official telling me they feel confident they will be proven "correc
MSNBC
Sep 5, 2017 9:00am PDT
support is going to be critical. look, they said that only president nixon could go to china, maybe only president trump can preside over actual bipartisan immigration reform. >> let me share with you something we received from president -- from senator john mccain about the president's decision and point out that the senator is actually in washington, in his office today, and over the weekend was at a national security conference in italy. so clearly his brain cancer is not slowing him down. he says president trump's decision to eliminate daca is the wrong approach to immigration policy at a time when both sides of the aisle need to come together to reform our broken immigration system and secure the border. maria theresa? >> that's right. the fact that this was always -- daca was always supposed to be a stopgap, temporary until congress got itself in order, that's why it is a two-year program, you have to go back and get revisited. what trump did is set a mine off in the homes of millions of families now who are not sure what is going to happen to them. and it is also unfortunatel
MSNBC
Nov 16, 2011 10:00am PST
united states is expanding. a move widely scene to keep china in check. chuck todd is the white house correspondent and traveling with the president down under has more. >> well, good day, andrea. president obama wrapped up his first day here in canberra, australia. he held a press conference with the prime minister and was honored at a state dinner of sorts here last night. the big announcement was this idea of increasing, having a permanent u.s. military presence here in australia. that doesn't mean there will be a new u.s. base in australia. what it will be is u.s. troops, marines and members of the air force for now, up to 2,500 on australian bases. all of this is under the umbrella of what the theme of the trip has been which is this subtle, but increased strategy of confronting china on a number of fronts. we have seen at apec the ideaçf pushing harder on creating the trans pacific partnership, a trading group of nine countries potentially and maybe a tenth in japan. all of them not named china to serve as a free trade pac that could be a counter weight to china on the economi
MSNBC
May 19, 2014 9:00am PDT
justice. >> joining me now, pete williams. the five individuals charged, members of china's united 61398, that's the group tasked with these types of attacks. what are the specific individuals accused of doing? >> they are members of the chinese army and people's liberation army. what they are accused of doing is in the case of all of these companies, getting into the company's computer system through a variety of means, sometimes sending these little announcements that are called spearfishing and looks like an e-mail and attacks software in the computer that allows people to get in. these are the companies that they said were targeted and that's one of reasons why the charges come out of pennsylvania. three big metal companies, u.s. steel, westinghouse and alcoa doing projects with the chinese. then the steel workers union and two companies working on solar technology. in every case the government says these folks from the chinese army got in and stole trade secrets. how the plants were built in the case of westinghouse, what the litigation strategy was going to be, how they were going
MSNBC
Feb 20, 2013 10:00am PST
on china, but a particular building in shanghai, which is believed to house a unit, a top elite unit of the chinese army. >> i think the difference in the long report that we published in "the times" yesterday, which was based on what they did, then we went off on other security firms to see if we could confirm their findings, and we did. was that for the first time these attacks that the chinese have largely denied are coming out of the government have been taken right down to a neighborhood that's dominated by the headquarters of this unit 61398. it's the cyber unit, a major cyber unit, of the people's liberation army. and the element of surprise here is how much is coming either out of that building or you've got to believe out of the noodle shops surrounding that building, given the volume, it's hard to believe -- >> we're talking about thousands of cyber attacks against at least 141 companies, 27 industries, at least according to this one report that officials have confirmed for both you and me. >> that's right. and this was just following one major chinese hacking group ca
MSNBC
Apr 28, 2017 9:00am PDT
really trying to ramp up their communication with china. inviting president xi jinping. the bulk of that time they spent together, about 80%, was one on one. the president is really trying to foster a relationship with the leader of china and he praised some of the steps that china has taken in the wake of that including suspending kroco imports to north korea. will they get it? secretary tillerson waiting to do just that. >> what the president is talking about, at least what rex tillerson is talking about, if you ignore what the president said about a military con fi-- are saying toughen up your sanctions. do what you promised to do and if you don't we will sanction the levies. it is principally china, or do you want to trade with all of the rest of the world that trades in dollars. >> and a toughly worded speech, he said the same thing he told 100 senators earlier this week. we're not going to engage in regime change. we're going to tighten the screws, and that is a continuation of the obama proech a -- approach and the bush approach. >> it is for this administration especially wh
MSNBC
Dec 20, 2013 10:00am PST
to nominate max baucus yesterday, new ambassador to china. baucus's allies in the senate said he had experience working on trade issues with china but certainly no foreign policy experience that any of us have been able to determine. there is criticism of this even from the foreign policy community, even from within the state department. >> issues are big, economic relationship is huge with china. maybe he has insight into that. you made the suggestion earlier he knows congress well and maybe china seeks that out as well. our security issues in that part of the world are quite serious. the fact that baucus doesn't have that background is curious. i think the choices they have made in china going back to jon huntsman as well, gary more well received. he's thinking about politics 2014, mary landrieu on the energy committee. >> finance chair. meanwhile the governor in montana. >> you made every case of merits. >> governor in montana is running as an underdog. now the democratic lieutenant governor in montana can be appointed to the senate, get a leg up, get experience. >> is it better t
MSNBC
Dec 22, 2014 9:00am PST
receive from china or russia. is that the case from your understanding and what could be done by applying pressure to try to tamper down the ability to act? >> we ought to be in much close are contact with those countries, especially china on the overall issue of cyber warfare. we had a working group that and it's high time they got going again. we have a lot of difficulties with the chinese on this. i got back from beijing and i have never seen china or the chinese in such a mood about north korea. they are sick of them and never invited kim jung unfrom their country. the president of china has not gone to north korea nor does he have plans to do so. the time might be right to renew efforts with china. sooner or later we will have to deal with the country. they are way out of bounds on this issue. way out of bounds on the nuclear issue. it's time to step up the pressure on north korea. >> china is flush with millionaires and billionaires. it's not having a communist neighbor who would disrupt the goods too. i want to play sound that terrorism analyst said on "meet the press." i
MSNBC
Aug 16, 2011 1:00pm EDT
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Jan 9, 2017 9:00am PST
loves this country and he loves china. >> i do, china and i love america. [ inaudible question ]. >> reporter: there were some questions about your relationship -- >> we'll talk more about that on wednesday. we'll be talking to you very soon. [ inaudible question ] >> we'll talk to you about that at another time. yes we had a great meeting. it's jobs. you just saw what happened with fiat they'll build a massive plant in the united states in michigan, and we're very happy, and jack and i are going to do some great things. >> small business. focus on small business. >> thank you. >> thank you so much. >> how are the confirmation hearings -- >> the confirmations are going great. >> they haven't started yet. >> i think they'll all pass. i think every nomination, they're all at the highest level. jack was even saying, i mean, they are the absolute highest level. i think they're going to do very well. >> yes. >> there are concerns about jeff sessions in particular? >> no i think he'll do great. high quality man. thank you so much. >> donald trump and jack ma, alibaba of china an extr
MSNBC
Apr 18, 2017 9:00am PDT
it is wait and see what china does, which is what we have done for decades. >> and a ript between the two leaders that from surface appearances is stronger than we have soon in the past. >> robert costa in georgia, chris jansing in the white house. and teresa may making a stunning call for another election in just two months. what is behind her move, next. you supported him through four years of undergrad... and medical school. it's no wonder he said, "you don't have to pick me up." at lincoln financial, we get there are some responsibilities of love you gotta do on your own. and some you shouldn't have to shoulder alone. like knowing you can maintain your lifestyle, no matter what comes your way. ask a financial advisor how lincoln can help secure your plans for retirement with lifetime income. are you one sneeze away from being voted out of the carpool? try zyrtec® it's starts working hard at hour one and works twice as hard when you take it again the next day. stick with zyrtec® and muddle no more®. no one burns on my watch! try alka seltzer heartburn relief chews. they work fas
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Apr 11, 2017 9:00am PDT
twitter feed. china deciding to help. if not, he separately wrote he would be open or willing to leverage a better trade deal to do more to put pressure on north korea right now. the strength of their trade deals wi the north koreans, roughly 85% to 90% of the trade that stakes place with north korea comes from china, one of their neighbors. >> i have been here before with hillary clinton and with john kerry. we have seen other secretaries of state dealing with the russian situation. but this really is a new level of tension. >> if you walk us through, i know you been on this trip in the past with past secretaries of state, what are you seeing that is so striking about what some are describing is the toughest land cape for a u.s. leader on a trip of this sort. >> the biggest change, of course, is that the secretary of state is not a diplomat. it is in such dramatic contrast compared to those who are getting a medal from vladimir putin. always we're told that he will raise the russian hacking. tillerson is completely in sync with what they said about that. so peter, while you stan
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Nov 23, 2009 1:00pm EST
china who the japanese are not pulling away from and done nuthing with regard to iran and all these things and i think the maureen o'dowd column, in total contrast to sarah palin who is out there as combative, engaged and feisty and wanting to do battle, he seems to be disengaged adlai stevenson. >> maureen dowd said it is time for the president to reinvent this formula and palin can be stupefyingly simplistic but she seems dynamic. obama is impressively complex but he seems static. she nurtures her grass roots while he nuglects his. he struggles to transcend identity politics. he's dealing with afghanistan, health care and -- >> in fairness -- >> and the economy collapsing and she's on a book tour with maybe 16 pages of policy. >> she's on her book tour and she's having a great book tour. she's selling books and certainly generating interest and a great personality and people very interested in her, but she doesn't have to manage two wars and an economy in crisis which is what president obama inherited when he came into office. i think sarah palin is sending a message. very focused
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Mar 31, 2010 1:00pm EDT
mind nixon going to china. making the approach to china that the democratic president, lyndon johnson, could not make. obama opening up drilling along the atlantic coast and in parts of the gulf. making -- doing something you wouldn't expect a democratic president to do right now. it's interesting. >> interesting that he can do this. again, sarah palin and others, john boehner, already coming out against it. john mccain tweeting the irony that drill, baby, drill, was their theme song during the campaign. but in making these decisions collectively, he's choosing virginia and suggesting that they can lift the moratorium off the coast of florida. some parts of alaska, but not other parts of alaska. it's a moderated policy. can he succeed? >> andrea, i think the republicans, what they ought to do is congratulations. sarah palin's official reaction was, yay, drill, baby, drill. he's going to do these things which republicans have asked for and begged for. i think what they ought to say is congratulations, mr. president. quite frankly, it took courage for barack obama to do this, knowing th
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., michael oren, as officials release images of the alleged bomber. >>> russia leads china in vetoing tougher u.n. sanctions on assad. >> security council has failed utterly in its most important task on its agenda this year. >> ambassador susan rice will be joining us next. straight from today's security council vote. >>> plus, supreme court justice scalia denying a rift with his chief over the health care decision. >> no, i am not a falling out with justice roberts. >>> and nadal shocker. why is the defending olympic champ sitting out the big games in london? >>> good day, i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. in our daily fix this hour, the president is kicking off a two-day swing through florida with a speech on medicare in jacksonville. mitt romney will be focusing on small businesses with his visit to a body shop for trucks in mass. chris cillizza, author of "the gospel according to the fix." "the new york times"/cbs poll shows the president is taking a big hit for his handling of the economy. >> yeah, you know, andrea, i was struck by that. so in this poll, do you approve of
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is hacked by everybody. that includes russia, and china, and everybody, everybody. okay. go ahead. go ahead. >> you said just now that you believe that russia indeed was responsible for the hacking of the dnc and emails, et cetera. >> well you know what? it could have been others also. >> why did you spend weeks undermining u.s. intelligence community before simply getting the facts and then making a public statement? >> well i think it's pretty sad when intelligence reports get leaked out to the press. it's pretty sad. first of all it's illegal. these are classified and certified meetings and reports. i'll tell you what does happen. i have many meetings with intelligence, and every time i meet, people are reading about it. somebody's leaking it out. so i said maybe it's my office. maybe my office, because i have a lot of great people, maybe it's them. and what i did is i said i won't tell anybody. i'm going to have a meeting and i won't tell anybody about my meeting with intelligence, and wh happened is i had my meeting, nobody knew. not even rona, my executive assistant for year
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Sep 30, 2009 1:00pm EDT
defiant? what happens if china isn't as accommodating as russia has come across as being? and so, you know, this is a big week. but what happens next? what are the minimal goals iran has to hit for the u.s. to consider these talks a success? >> let's talk a bit about afghanistan. because today is the big meeting at the white house. all the national security team, the military, the national security officials, the diplomats. and trying to define the mission so that they can then decide what the resources are, what resources they'll need. >> reporter: that's exactly right. i think a lot of people get caught up in the ask for troops. 30,000, 40,000, whatever the number is. that's not going to be talked about today. because that ask is based on the previous strategy. so the debate today is going to be hearing the various voices inside this administration. and they are divergent. you have one set of voices coming from the uniform. you've got one set of voices coming from the state department. another coming from vice president biden. that is what this debate is going to be, is what should
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May 1, 2017 9:00am PDT
year, he said he was going to dig a hole to china. at&t is working with farmers to improve irrigation techniques. remote moisture sensors use a reliable network to tell them when and where to water. so that farmers like ray can compete in big ways. china. oh ... he got there. that's the power of and. hey you've gotta see this. cno.n. alright, see you down there. mmm, fine. okay, what do we got? okay, watch this. do the thing we talked about. what do we say? it's going to be great. watch. remember what we were just saying? go irish! see that? yes! i'm gonna just go back to doing what i was doing. find your awesome with the xfinity x1 voice remote. i think that's a very big topic and it's a topic that should be number one and we should find out what the hell is going on. >> president trump still talking about surveillance at trump tower still blaming president obama despite the evidence that's presented by the fbi and the cia. joining me now is john mclachlan, acting director of cia now at johns hopkins university. from everything we're hearing from the intelligence community and even f
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May 7, 2013 10:00am PDT
test of the leader of china. the fact that now the leader of china and now vladimir putin, two heads of state met with the secretary of state, an early indication that they are interested in engaging with the obama's second-term white house on some of the biggest issues and if china did in fact persuade north korea to step down and step back from the precipice, pull the missiles back op their launching pads, that would be a very big deal and a very good sign for u.s./china relations. >> it seems to be one of the biggest motivator, one of the things the united states makes clear, you would assume one of the last thing china wants is some sort of arms race. especially so this chatter about japan and south korea feeling the need to arm themselves is something china doesn't want and i will sit down. >>> let me begin by saying it is a great pleasure to welcome president park and our friends from the republic of korea. madam president, we are greatly honored that you've chosen the united states as your first foreign visit. this reflects the deep friendship between our peoples and the
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, taken on june 9th, that tour group, based in china, was still bringing travelers to north korea and they posted on twitter a selfie on june 9th. even at the height of the controversy over trying to bring back otto warmbier, they were still taking people there, now they say they won't, if we don't have that now, we'll get it for you later in the program. rod rosenstein was with attorney general sessions at an event in maryland today, and the deputy attorney general spoke about otto warmbier. >> it turned out otto did not really make it home. hard labor in north korea means torture. otto was sent home after about 18 months with brain damage. and yesterday brought the tragic news of otto's death. north korea will not hold anybody accountable for otto's death, it is a totalitarian government with no concept of the rule of law. no civil rights. no due process. no justice. >> kristen welker, you sense an anger and frustrationompletely understandable on the part of white house. and we know that the preside after the chemical deaths in syria reacted by sending cruise missiles in and that pe
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May 2, 2012 1:00pm EDT
sends that mess and very powerfully. >> tony, let me change the subject to china because we are in a as we speak at this hour, we're in a situation where there is a dispute between the reported conversation by chen guangchen from his hospital bed to the associated press and what the state department is telling us, frankly. chen has told the a.p. and friends in the dissident community that he was threatened, that those where is passed along by the state department that his wife would be somehow injured if he were to leave the country. that the in fact, he's under some kind of threat for retaliati retaliation. the state department believes it negotiate add agreement where he will be safe, that he entered the hospital of his own volition and he had decided of his own volition that he wants to stay inside china and not become an exile. what can you tell us about this discrepancies? >> all i can tell you is what i know from our team on the ground in china from our embassy and from the senior officials who are there. this was an extraordinary case, exception fal circumstances, not very lik
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Jul 16, 2012 1:00pm EDT
we're falling behind india and china in our growth rate. that's what people are concerned about. here's the thing. the bigger the issues get faced in the country, the smaller the president gets in his campaign message. it's wrong. he ought to pull these silly ads off the air and start talking about jobs and taxes and energy. that's what mitt romney is talking about. that's what people will vote on in virginia. >> with all due respect, getting back to the issue of whether or not he should release his tax returns, he may have more pages in his tax return that he did release because he has a more complicated tax return but he's released less than the norm. the norm is to release more and in fact, john mccain did two tax returns, two years of the gold standard was george romney in 1968, who said he was releasing 12 because anything less than that could be a fluke. so why get caught up in this whole issue and not just release it? is it because he's concerned about some hits he might take because as a lot of wealthy people do, he has tax shelters and perhaps some years didn't pay as much as o
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Jun 17, 2013 10:00am PDT
president of china and pushed him very hard on cyber security and theft of i.t. and the chinese president pushed back, well, you guys do this. you've done it to iran, to other countries. you've worked with israel and done it. so it is sort of difficult for the u.s. to make these sorts of arguments. and a reminder that all countries engage in this behavior. >> and in fact what snowden had also revealed to the south china "post" in long hong is that we have been hacking the chinese so that's certainly undercut the president's argument. and president xi did not stay at sunnylands because we were told he wanted to stay at the nearby hotel. >> he was worried about eavesdropping. >> being bugged. which brought to mind overnight as i was covering this latest posting in "the guardian," it brought to mind a piece we did on "nightly news" in 1995 about obama administration era cia spying on the japanese. let's watch. >> february, 1994. the president meets the japanese prime minister in the oval office, a trade war is brewing. three days earlier the prime minister had sent a secret emissary to see m
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. >> it sounds like good news to me. >>> plus, education nation. why is china at the top and u.s. students falling farther behind? former d.c. public schools chancellor michelle rhee joining us. >>> and the latest on elizabeth edwards said to be resting at home surrounded by family and friends after doctors advised her she should suspend all treatment for her spreading cancer. >>> at this hour vice president joe biden is about to meet with senate democrats try to win their support for the tax deal. the tougher sell will be later with house democrats who meet tonight and are in open rebellion against the president. savannah guthrie is nbc news white house correspondent and co-host of the kt zalely r"dail and joins us from the north lawn. >> reporter: the president wants to take this on and advocate for the deal, a good one given the sishs in the political climate. the president is not coming out with anything further to announce as i understand it, but he will take questions and they want to push back on the resistance they've gotten, frankly, from members of their own party. repu
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have yet to hear from the nation's top diplomat. >> reporter: mr. secretary, china said there would be consequences for the aen tie missile defenses in south korea. can you respond? >> thank you, press. press. >> reporter: can you respond -- >> thank you. we're leaving. >> reporter: excuse me mr. secretary, can you respond to the press from china? >> thank you, press. thank you. >> thank you. >> reporter: mr. minister, are you sure the trump administration will be strong against vladimir putin? >> thank you, guys. we're leaving. thank you. thank you. thank you andrea. >> reporter: can you assure us that russia will will not be able to move further in ukraine? we haven't had any time in here. >> i'm sorry, you need to go. let's go, guys. >> reporter: that was only moments ago only the seventh floor of the state department, still no answers from secretary of state rex tillerson. good day i'm andrea mitchell at the state department taking a back seat on national security and faces massive budget cuts. this afternoon i'll be at the first state department briefing in six weeks since the
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tillerson, but primarily because the president is going to china. henry kissinger is the author of the leading texts on china. he is the best-known american in beijing. he knows the chinese better than any other american and certainly better than any other american diplomat. and his advice would be very, very important. and i would also suggest that if rex tillerson still has his job after today, and every day it's a tillerson watch, it's because the president has his first asia trip. and the idea would be you don't fire the secretary of state right before you go to china. >> reporter: i think that's exactly right, andrea. obviously the stakes could not be higher as the president prepares to go on his first asia trip. former secretary kissinger is exactly the person he would want to talk to and seek advice from on that front. and we have been discussing for quite some time that while it does seem as though his relationship with secretary tillerson has become untenable, he really needs him. he needs stability, quite frankly, before he heads to asia and grapples with a whole host of pres
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talking about the pre-emptive strike. it is making the south koreans, and officials in china very nervous. they have been asking for the rhetoric to be dialled down. >> if the u.s. was to launch a p p pre-emptive strike. >> it would be bad for china, japan, south korea, what it would not do is hit america. >> and one of the things we're learning is there is doubt that we could even shoot down a intercontinental missile if they developed one. >> yes, they were talking about the preparedness of action from south korea. he believes we are, as a country, well prepared for the threat from north korea, but the comments were striking. in that sound bite you played, wil willy geist said would you support a pre-emptive strike. this is an escalation of the tough talk that we're hearing from people like vice president pence who said to u.s. troops that the swors is aimed and ready to strike. making clear where the u.s. stands, and it is the message they have been delivered for the last four days or so. >> and the other big issue was a letter that rex tillerson sent at 10:45 last night. the q
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situation in china. bill gates, the ceo of our parent company ge put out their report. you were in the ghobi desert. >> yes, i was. >> china by leaps and bounds is going to lap us on solar. >> china is a paradox. on the one hand they rely heavily on coal and a threat to any international effort to constrain global warming. on the other hand they have made enormous specific goals in alternative energy, solar, wind, high speed rail and are becoming a serious competitor for jobs the president is counting on. half the solar panels in the world already are built in china and taiwan. >>> up next, inside the kennedy files. 2,000 pages of secret fbi documents dealing with threats made against senator kennedy. [ male announcer ] crunch, wheat thins. that's what's gonna happen here. ♪ because you're tasty with toasty whole grain. [ crunch ] wheat thins. toasted. whole grain. crunch. the crunch is calling. another heart attack could be lurking, waiting to strike. a heart attack that's caused by a clot, one that could be fatal. but plavix helps save lives. plavix, taken with other heart medicine
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employment that we need. the same time emerging powers seek to shape the world and their image. china with its model of au her to tarism and a different way, jihadists with shariah and repreparation and terror for the -- repression for the world. this is an election of consequence. our campaign is about big things because we happen to believe that america faces big challenges. we recognize this is a year with a big choice and the american people want to see big changes. and together we can bring that kind of change, real change, to our country. four years ago candidate obama spoke to the scale of the times. today he shrinks from it, trying to distract our attention from the biggest issues to the smallest. from characters on sesame street and silly word games to misdirected personal attacks he knows are false. the president's campaign falls far short of the magnitude of these times and the presidency of the last four years has fallen far short of the promises of his last campaign. four years ago, america voted for a post-partisan president. but they've seen the most partisan of politic
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