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Oct 13, 2015 10:00pm PDT
china. we need to do this because of their aggression in the region. we need to do it because of the way they treat their own people. i would say this. i've been waiting for ten minutes. i will say this. >> you're over your time. >> you've let a lot of people go over their time. >> i would say -- >> you agreed to the debate rules. >> on the elected authoritarian government of china, you do not own the south china sea. you do not have the right to conduct cyber warfare against tens of millions of american citizens and in a webb administration, we will do something about that. >> senator sanders, i want you to be able to respond. >> pardon me? >> i'd like you to be able to respond and get in on this. >> well, i think mr. putin is going to regret what he is doing. i think that when he gets into that -- >> he doesn't seem the type of guy to regret a lot. >> well, i think he's already regretting what he did in crimea and what he's doing in the ukraine. i think he's really regretting the decline of his economy and i think what he is trying to do now is save some face. i think when russians
Apr 14, 2016 10:00pm PDT
secretary of state, i worked with president obama to bring china and india to the table for the very first time, to get a commitment out of them that they would begin to address their own greenhouse gas emissions. i continued to work on that throughout the four years as secretary of state, and i was very proud that president obama and america led the way to the agreement that was finally reached in paris with 195 nations committing to take steps to actually make a difference in climate change. and i was surprised and disappointed when senator sanders attacked the agreement, said it was not enough, it didn't go far enough. you know, at some point putting together 195 countries, i know a little bit about that, was a major accomplishment and our president led the effort to protect our world and he deserves our appreciation, not our criticism. >> let's talk about that. when you were secretary of state, you also worked hard to expand fracking to countries all over the world. but the issue here -- of course the agreement is a step forward, but you know agreements and i know agreements, there's a
Dec 19, 2015 7:30pm PST
flowers and the china for state dinners and stuff like that. >> a little synopsis, a little something to highlight this two-hour plus democratic presidential debate. hillary clinton is a very good debater. i think she's made it clear on repeated occasions and david axelrod, in 2007, 2008, she was a good debater. she did well tonight. >> absolutely she did well. i agree with the democrats who are here on this panel in saying that the dnc, whomever was worried about her debating was crazy, basically. >> the accusation against the dnc only sticks -- republican ves many more and some of these debates are on a weekend and saturday night when most people aren't home. >> the saturday before christmas, exactly. to be fair, we don't know exactly who did it and why, but yes, of course, she has a lot of experience at this. she did it how many times during the democratic -- >> 25. >> but who is counting? during 2008. >> that was eight years ago. >> that's right. during 2008. >> just yesterday. >> but look, the bottom line is that the republicans, the most interesting thing to me to be reading is
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