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, nato, china. the president's new out look. welcome to early start i'm christine romans >> and i'm dave briggs. my body clock has flip flopped and so too has the president on virtually everything. >> good to be back. a stunning display of acrobatics. in matter of hours he performed at least three major back flips that formed the bedrock of his campaign. he took the most skeptical position yet on russia even though he left the door open for reconciliation with vladimir putin just hours after secretary of state tillerson met with the president. >> he proclaimed the relevance of nato, a body he claimed was obsolete and the president suddenly full of praise for president xi jinping. why is rapid change? >> reporter: sharp change in tone on the subject of russia at the white house with the nato secretary general, he described the relationship between the u.s. and russia at an all-time low and said they may have known about the attack in syria, but the president was not so quick to criticize vladimir putin who has been the biggest backer of al assad. >> it would be wonderful as we were d
. >>> president trump assigning china a large share of the blame this the aftermath of north korea's nuclear test. the president even tweeting the administration is considering stopping all trade with any country doing business with north korea. china would certainly be at the top of that list. cnn's andrew stevens is live for us in china this morning with their reaction to the threats. good morning. >> good morning to you, alison. yes, the chinese coming back pretty swiftly and saying it's totally unacceptable and unfair for donald trump to aim sanctions at china when they are doing so much they say to resolve this crisis in north korea. in fact, china seemed to be taking the threat from trump a lot more seriously than many of the delegates that the chinese president and four other world leaders. most delegates here dismissing it as too far-fetched, saying it would hurt the u.s. too much as a start. china has on north korea forcefully and clearly condemned north korea's action. but what they haven't done is given any further strategy on how to combat the rise of the nuclear north korea. wha
this much longer. and adding, "perhaps china will put a heavy move on north korea, an end to this nonsense once and for all." paula hancocks is live this %-p. -- live in seoul. good morning. >> reporter: hello, christine. that tweet from mr. trump was before north korea had this claim that it was a successful icbm. it will be interesting to see what the reaction is next. we know that north korea had its own ideas of a celebration for july 4th, the timing clearly not lost on anybody. they say that they can now hit anywhere in the world. that's not what the experts think. they're crunching the numbers now to figure out exactly how far it could have reached if it was targeting the u.s. us and south korean officials trying to figure out how far it could go. a distance of more than 570 miles. flew for about 39 minutes, according to north korea. u.s. command had different figures initially saying they thought it was not an icbm but one step lower. they haven't mentioned anything science north korea has said -- anything since north korea has said this. we had reaction from president moon
-- >> doing to be a tough bill to fill. >> president trump turning his sights on china, stating next week's meeting will be quote difficult. we'll find out why live from beijing next. >>> president trump plans to sign two executive orders to reduce america's trillion dollars trade deficit just one week before china's president visits the u.s. he says the meeting next week will china will be a difficult one. american companies must be prepared to look at all othothe alternatives. good morning, will, president trump says this meeting next week will be difficult. is that how the chinese see it? >> reporter: absolutely, christine and really digging in their heels on this because they feel donald trump's accusation of unfair trade practices are not true, the fact that chinese goods are so much cheaper is why americans are buying hundreds of billions of items from china than from the u.s. his order pledges to investigate the causes of the massive trade deficit and establish anti-dumping laws that chinese countries and other countries have been accused of by flooding the market of goods at
. big changes on key issues including russia, nato, china. his new out look and what it means right now. good morning and thanks for getting an erm staarly start wi i'm dave briggs. >> you get many and conditions on the ground mean there are a different set of facts to work with. >> i'm christine romans, it's 5:00 a.m. in the's east. flip flops that formed the bedrock of his campaign, the president took the most skeptical position yet on russia just hours after secretary of state rex tillerson met with the president. >> he also took a complete reversal on nato as he stood along side with the nato secretary and the president suddenly full of praise for president xi. more on reversals in the moment. >>> echoing rex tillerson's frosty tone in russia speaking to reporters after his meeting with lavrov, tiller sson offere this. >> current relations is at a low point and there's a low level of trust between our two countries, the world's foremost two nuclear powers cannot this this kind of relationship. >> i want to bring in cnn's paula newton. she's been walking us through these very imp
about though is north korea and president putin at a press conference with the president of china on tuesday where they talked about settling the situation and putin specifically talked about his concern about the deployment of more u.s. weapons in south korea. >> all right. thank you for that. officials have reason to hope president trump's second european trip will be smoother than his visit in may. that was marked by awkward body language and the president scolding world leaders for not meeting their nato obligations. >>> the pop you list government is expected to roll out the red carpet. cnn's melissa bell joins us from warsaw. does the president face a warm welcome or a cold shoulder in europe? >> reporter: no, he had faced skeptics back in may. this time he's beginning this trip with a friendly government. this is a populist government which shares many of his views. it is anti immigrant. it is concerned about supernational organizations and all over warsaw you'll see signs encouraging people to come out to hear donald trump's first european speech which is what's on the age
. >>> china's air force on high alert, cruise missile capable bombers preparing to respond to any provocation from north korea. a u.s. defense official telling cnn, an extraordinary number of chinese military aircraft are now being readied for combat. president trump expressing confidence that china is working very hard to rein in kim jong-un. cnn's david mckenzie tracking the latest developments live for us from beijing. david, good morning to you. these comments from pentagon officials to cnn. any comment from chinese officials? >> reporter: good morning, dave. not surprisingly at all, both the ministry of foreign affairs not having any comment that says that chinese planes, bombsers are on high alert, bombers that can unload cruise missiles in the chinese theater and elsewhere, that's not surprising at all. they very rarely comment on military matters to the press or to anyone else publicly. but you saw the statements from president trump saying that china is applying the pressure on north korea, diplomatically and through trade. there's an unusual turn here from the days of pr
drive china, russia, and north korea much closer together." john mccain, who plans to return to the senate next month, despite starting radiation and chemotherapy treatments for brain cancer, was quick to criticize the president. >> mccain writes, "the concerns expressed in the president's signing statement are hardly surprising, though misplaced. the framers of our constitution made the congress and the president co-equal branches of government. this bill has already proven the wisdom of that choice. going forward," he says, "i hope the president will be as vocal about russia's aggressive behavior as he box office his concerns with this legislation -- as he was about his concerns with this legislation." we have more in ten minutes from oren liebermann on that. >>> republican leaders declaring they're ready to move on from their many unsuccessful attempts to repeal and replace obamacare. the trump administration not ready to throw in the towel just yet. white house budget director mick mulvaney throwing down the gauntlet. >> we're not really sure how you can run for seven years sayi
. thank you. >>> 18 minutes past the hour. china is threatening to retaliate now that president trump's chief trade negotiator has been asked to determine whether an investigation of beijing's trade practices is needed. the move could pave the way for the president to impose tariffs on chinese imports. the administration turning the screws on china in order to get more cooperation on the north korea crisis. let's bring in david mckensingtony from hong kong. china might be -- mckenzie from hong kong. china might be complaining, but is this less harsh than people expect from the trump administration? >> reporter: good morning, yes, i think so. i think many people expected the investigation to be launched straight away. the trade representative of trump has about a year to investigate possible infringement of u.s. intellectual property rights within china. something people have complained for for a very long time. i think it's sort of stepping off the pedal a little bit, perhaps to gain china's help on north korea. >> the number of ceos i know who build a factory or do a joint vent
been different. last 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. [vo] what made secretariat the grwho ever lived?e of course he was strong... ...intelligent. ...explosive. but the true secret to his perfection... was a heart, twice the size of an average horse. the beswith neutrogena® beach? beach defense® sunscreen. helioplex™ powered, uva uvb strong. beach strength protection for the whole family. for the best day in the sun. neutrogena®. >>> dueling claims about who's responsible for blowing up a mosul mosque considered the birthplace of the islamic state's self-declared caliphate. isis blames the u.s. coalition, a claim u.s. officials say is 1,000% false. iraq's military putting the blame back on isis. senior international correspondent nick paton walsh live in beirut with the latest. good morning to you, sir. this has be
crisis. in fact, secretary of state rex tillerson says that china threatened sanctions against north korea if it attempted another nuclear test. tillerson said to chair a u.n. security council meeting later this morning with the house of representatives set to vote on new sanctions against pyongyang next week. for the latest, let's bring in alexandra field live in seoul. good morning. a lot to unpack here. what is reaction on on all of this from seoul? >> reporter: certainly a lot of heads left spinning here. these are certainly the most blunt words that we've heard from president trump warning of the possibility of a major, major conflict as he puts it. he does go on to say of course that he hopes to resolve the situation through diplomacy, but you've also had chinese officials from the ministry of foreign affairs warning that the whole situation could spiral out of control, the chinese along with the russians have been calling for more open dialogue with north korea, and that was something that secretary of state rex tillerson has also left the door open for, saying it could be pos
overnight in china, japan and south korea as the morning got under way in those countries. the virus locks users out of their computers and then demands hundreds of dollars to give you back control. global companies like fedex and nissan, as well as hospitals, universities and even some government agencies have been hit by the so-called ransomware. the software targets a flaw in microsoft windows, and now microsoft has released a security patch. it did back in march, but the virus hit networks that had not updated their systems with that patch, which microsoft stressed the importance of in statements sunday, also said this attack is a wake-up call for governments, kind of a remarkable warning from microsoft to governments, nsa in particular where this came from. >> let's get more on the global impact of this cyber attack. what could be in store today? cnn business and technology correspondent samuel burke live in london. >> good to see you, samuel. >> we report there 150 countries. we know there are new cases today. any yet in the united states and how do our viewers protect themselv
they did not mention china, which the president has been leaning on to help the situation in recent weeks. let's go live to seoul and bring in alexander field. anything changed in the dynamics here? >> no, dave, in short. you're right, the secretary of state and secretary of defense didn't name check china, but they are locking at china when they say they are leaning ob international partners to increase pressure on north korea, which they hope would lead to deescalation there and now they are saying that could open the door down the road to a path for talks for discussions, which to some extent is something you did hear the secretary of state on his visit saying the climate and conditions are not right to be talking to north korea. for everything we have heard from the trump administration over the last 100 days that the era of strategic patience is over, 20 years of efforts have failed, you are now hearing from the secretary of state and the secretary of defense this emphasis on economic sanctions and diplomatic efforts in order to control and deescalate the situation. what's diff
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the sanctions are implemented. here in china that is the key because there have been six rounds of increasingly strong sanctions. yet what we have seen is north korea continue to test missiles, nuclear devices, and we saw a response from pyongyang doubling down on their nuclear missile program saying these snanks will not stop their efforts. in fact, they say they will work harder to fight against what they call a violent violation of their national sovereignty, even hinting at a physical response against the united states. we've heard this kind of rhetoric before from north korea. i've heard officials in the country as recently as when i was there in june talk about the fact that despite any sanctions as a result of the missile program that would be the last programs they cut. they'll continue to push forward. but the new dynamic here is that never before has north korea had an intercontinental ballistic missile that analysts say could reach theoretically much of the mainland u.s. missional? >> north korea stick -- miguel? >> north korea sticking to their guns in a literal sense.
standing with them. while china and the eu are forming greater alliances. and so all of those things are swirling here. and you know, a part of me does wonder, on the one hand, it's odd that there's surprise that trump is sort of governing at face value and what he told us he would during the campaign. at the same time, remember a report he was going to tear up nafta, a few days later it was a slightly moderated approach. it will be interesting to see how they actually frame what they're doing this afternoon. and whether there's any indication of, we were sort of making a very hard push, now we're going to pull back late bit as a negotiating position. >> some of those small developing economies, they had complained during the process that the u.s. wasn't giving up enough. that we're one-fifth of the world's carbon emissions and the u.s. wasn't giving up enough compared with what many of these developing nations would have to. so it depends on who you are, how you view this. i want to -- you talked about the science, whether the president appreciates the science. there is an engineer
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over the g-20. ambassador nikki haley taking russia and china to task for failing to curb north korean aggression after pyongyang's tests this week of an apparent icbm. more in a moment. our coverage of the president's trip begins with white house correspondent sarah murray live in warsaw. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is certainly going to be a high-stakes trip for president trump. his visit in poland may be the warmest reception he gets the entire time. as you mentioned, he's meeting with the polish president. they will hold a press event together. later today, president trump will deliver a speech in poland. one of the political parties has offered free bussing from other parts of the country for people who want to attend this event in warsaw. this is a way to shore up diplomatic ties with one of america's closest allies, but he faces some more difficult meetings coming up in the trip. and not just with potential adversaries. when he meets with -- heads to germany, he'll meet with angela merkel. they've had a strained relationship, especially after president trump's
xi, some effective sanctions happening between north korea and china, i think the president would like to see it as part of the u.s.'s pressure on china and north korea. >> i would put that in the flip flops this week that's been so fascinating to watch. he said on the campaign trail time and time again he was going to label china as a currency manipulator and sat with president xi for ten minutes and said gosh, it's a lot harder than i thought it was going to be. and today on the wall street journal -- "washington post" editorial, talking about this story in the wall street journal that it's folks around him advising him and maybe why you're seeing these u-turns, what do you think? >> possibly. every president comes into office and learn new things, get new information and a lot of their policy positions change from what they were during the campaign. this president just seems to sort of wear those changes a little bit more on his sleeve than most perhaps and there's an internal debate not just on the foreign policy and national security but economics as well. there's a debate am
potential allies on the climate, like for instance china, but also to other allies on other issues more globally. europe feels that it's lost a very important ally, a leader on so many global issues. and i think that if the announcement comes as it does today, it will simply be a further nail in the coffin of what has been a historic alliance now for decades. >> melissa bell live for us in paris. thank you very much. >> a lot of business leaders say they expect chinese companies to take the lead here and china to take the lead on the global stage for this. when it comes to the climate deal, big business has one question for the president -- will america be a global leader or put itself first? hundreds of companies say business will suffer if the u.s. withdraws. business leaders lobbying the president with public campaigns and with private phone calls and personal letters, including tesla founder elon musk. musk tweeted that he had done all he could to persuade president trump to remain in the treaty, even threatening to quit as one of the president's advisers. he's very upset about this
trump brand trade marks have full approval in china. the ceo of ivanka trump's company tells us this is a normal course of doing business in china where trademark infringement is rampant. several third-party companies tried to file trade marks in the trump name in recent weeks. trump resign from her management post to take the job in her father's administration. but she still has an ownership stake in the business. her attorney says her assets have been moved into a trust but that is just not good enough. would you think she would go ahead and extricate herself from her businesses to avoid all of this sort of optics of what could be going on. >> to connect that with the turkey story some people say the president called erdogan because they have important real estate holdings in istanbul. ivanka trump once tweeted thanks to erdogan as a prime minister, so the conflict of interest is every where. they need to clean them up. up next is the clock running out on bill o'reilly. new signs his time at fox may be nearing an end. we'll explain. blue-emu continuous pain relief spray, it works f
philippines away from the u.s. and towards china, saying "america has lost." chief of staff reince priebus says human rights do matter but cooperating with asian partners to deal with the north korean threat takes precedence here. >> this is a different level of problem that we need cooperation among our partners in southeast asia. the issues facing us advancing out of north korea are so serious that we need cooperation at some level with as many partners in the area as we can get to make sure that we have our ducks in a row, so that if something does happen in north korea, that we have everyone in line backing up a plan of action that may need to be put together. >> cnn's ivan watson monitoring the situation for us from hong kong. he joins us now live. great to see you, ivan. now, this is following with a pattern of president trump of elevating these authoritarian strongmen, but in this case, ivan, does the philippines have any influence regarding north korea and their nuclear program? >> reporter: not much, dave. i mean, they're not big players when it comes to the korean peninsu
, but the ivanka trump label is made in overseas and even in china, there were labor be rightsed a vow indicates who were detained in dhooi china. >> i think it will bring attention into how he will find himself russia and health care and his jobs approach in terms of who his companies hire and what they make, where they make it, and who is affected by it. i think what is really interesting about all of this though is this concern with the trump family and how they handle their products isn't a new one. we were talking about this in june 2016. and so why he hasn't made significant changes is just isn't clear. >> if you're a late night comedian, the material is easy. you just have a big table of trump and ivanka trump goods to open your show tonight. won't be surprised if that happens. gene scott, thank you. >>> american factories right now are still humming. and that is because of market forces here. not really any specific policy, but growing economy and what is happening in the currency markets. the u.s. dollar hit a 13 year high right after the election. and then has fallen sinc
could mean a halt to u.s. trade with china which has supported economic sanctions on north korea but remains the key economic partner for the rogue nation. china is the united states' biggest trading partner in goods. total trade between the u.s. and china topping almost $650 billion last year. that's according to the office of u.s. trade representative. meantime, the "washington post" reporting this weekend that president trump is telling advisers to prepare for withdrawing the u.s. from a free trade agreement that it has with south korea. according to the paper, trump is frustrated that the new south korean president moon is not willing to accept some u.s. trade demands. >>> and breaking -- breaking overnight, president trump is moving to end the program that protects undocumented immigrants who came to the united states as children. the move is far from a done deal with multiple sources saying that the white house is looki i at a six-month delay in deportation of dreamers so congress has time to pass legislation that would allow them to stay in the country. >> the expected move en
diplomacy as part of the white house strategy to contain the north. slamming china and urging the country to put more pressure on pyongyang. the white house and adviser sebastian gorka claiming the strategy's working. >> we have the president's twitter feed. >> can a twitter feed change the mind of those leading china? >> if you can win a u.s. election with it, i think it's powerful, bill, don't you? >> china state news media has responded to president trump's tweets calling them, "emotional venting." very few people in china can even see twitter which is blocked by the government. >>> in a landmark ruling, a massachusetts judge has sentenced michelle carter to 15 months in prison for her role in her boyfriend's suicide. prosecutors say carter sent conrad roy numerous text messages, one reading "just do it," urging him to take his own life in 2014. both teens were battling mental health issues. carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in june. the judge stayed the sentence thursday, allowing carter to remain free on appeal. >>> firefighters tackle a spectacular fire at one
with south korea. china said that's provocative action. they want the united states to stop calling for cool heads in the peninsula. and negotiations put out a couple hours ago in beijing said they're very concerned about the escalating tensions here. which included a flyover of u.s. bombers with the japanese fighter jets. a very short distance from north korean airspace. that flyover happening about the same time that north korea put out say new propaganda video with simulated graphics showing them blowing up a u.s. bomber and also a u.s. aircraft carrier. that's the kind of threat that north korea likes to make. they say they will strike at u.s. forces. provoked. secretary of state rex tillerson now back to the u.s. after his visit to asia, here in china, south korea and japan. he said a preemptive military strike is not off the table. but right now, they're looking at heightened sanctions to be enforced by china but many question whether sanctions will work. they haven't so far. dave. >> by, a crucial meeting between president trump and president zi. thank you, will. >>> stocks p
this order not just with buy america, a lot of trump products are made in china and bangladesh and india and you, you look at the h1b visa program president trump has a lot of foreigners work forge his company. >> we come back to this over and over again over the course of the campaign and now with president trump. he's a successful businessman. he has these businesses that are international corporation. so, you're always going to have this kind of difficult interplay between the stuff he's going to do as president and the stuff that is going to be done now for him. i don't think that's surprising. but it certainly is something that makes you kind of arch your eyebrows. >> now some friendly fire at a town hall had some criticism regarding the president regarding all these trips to mar-a-lago. >> i do wish that he would spend more time in washington, d.c. that's what we have the white house for. we would love to see more of those state department visits in washington, d.c. i have not spoken to him about the florida issue yet, but that is something i think that has been bothering not
north korean nuclear threat during phone calls with the leaders of china and japan. mr. trump and prime minister abe agreeing to hold a trilateral summit with south korea on the sidelines of the upcoming g-20 meeting in germany. they plan to appeal to beijing to do more to isolate pyongyang. the, go g-20 will mark the firs face to face with president trump and vladimir putin. the president will face a number of thorny issues on the hi high-stakes overseas trip. >> reporter: president trump has a full agenda this week before he even sits down with president putin. he visits poland on wednesday to take part in a gathering of leaders from central europe, the baltic states, and the balkans to boost regional trade. now the president wants to promote u.s. natural gas exports there, but this is making european leaders a bit nervous. they see president trump as supporting the right wing nationalist government in poland with their disputes with the e.u. when he arrives in hamburg for the g2 meeting, he could be headed for a collision course with european leaders. german chancellor angela merkel
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and china. >> is that all. >> and now add iraq to the list. he is there meeting with the iraq's prime minister leading a coalition on the fight against isis. sean spicer said he was there at the invitation of the chairman of joint chiefs and said he wanted to see what was going on for himself. >> reporter: as if he didn't have enough to do already why not add iraq to the portfolio of your long responsibilities. he was taking part in meetings with chairman of joint chiefs of staff in addition to steven townsend who leads the international coalition against isis. they were meeting with iraqi prime minister, discussing the battle for mosul which at the moment has reached a difficult point where there is street to street house to house fighting, mounting civilian casualties and talked about the future of the involvement of united states in iraq after isis is destroyed whether it's going to maintain some sort of presence. obviously there are some ruffled feathers that need to be smoothed in iraq keeping in mind mr. trump as candidate and as president suggested that the united states
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. >> unbelievable video. >>> all right, china is urging all parties to show restraint after another ballistic missile test from north korea. why pyongyang's dictator says now is the time to grow the program, next. you won't see these folks they have businesses to run. they have passions to pursue. how do they avoid trips to the post office? stamps.com mail letters, ship packages, all the services of the post office right on your computer. get a 4 week trial, plus $100 in extras including postage and a digital scale. go to stamps.com/tv and never go to the post office again. >>> welcome back. south korea and japan slamming yet another medium-range ballistic missile test by north korea, pyongyang's second missile test in a week. north korean leader kim jong-un supervised the launch, kim announcing afterward the missile is ready for deployment and mass production. cnn's will ripley monitoring developments from tokyo this morning. he joins us live. good morning, will. >> reporter: good morning, christine. yeah, this mass production statement from north korea especially troubling when yo
launches the target, an incoming drone aircraft, a weapon in increasing use by iran, north korea, china, russia and other adversaries. immediately, the weapons team zeros in on its target. >> we don't have to lead the target. we're doing that engagement at the speed of light. so it really is a point and shoot. we see it, we focus on it, and we can negate that target. >> reporter: then in an instant, the drone's wing lights up, heated to a temperature of thousands of degrees, lethally damaging the aircraft and sent it hurtling down to the sea, all this from a silent and invisible killer. >> it operates in an invisible part of the electromagnetic spectrum. you don't see the beam. it doesn't make any sound. it is completely silent, and it's incredibly effective at what it does. >> reporter: it is remarkably precise, minimizing collateral damage. and all the $40 million system needs to operate is a supply of electricity and a crew of three. no multimillion dollar missile, no ammunition at all. the cost per use? >> it's about $1 a shot. >> reporter: today the laser is intended primarily to d
willing to come off. just like nafta. just like china manipulator. >> you don't see the president flipping. you see the deal. >> sure. how can you not? >> zell said unlike former president obama, the administration is sensitive to the economics as he says. again, all of the drama about comey and the business world. you have stocks sitting near record highs and best men like sam zell saying we like the president. >> if the president would stick to tax reform and economy and build business and create jobs, he would be fine. >> there is one worry. >> these are self inflicted wounds. >> will they put him further away from tax reform? >> it hurts his political leverage. >>> ahead, russian photographer rejecting claims by the white house that he tricked them by taking the photos of the president with two top russian diplomats. one an alleged spy. the latest on the dust-up ahead. what is that? it's you! it's me? alright emma, i know it's not your favorite but it's time for your medicine, okay? you ready? one, two, three. [ both ] ♪ emma, emma bo-bemma ♪ banana-fana-fo-femma ♪ fee-f
, moon met china's president about north korea hours after meeting with president trump and japanese prime minister shinzo abe. we want to bring in cnn's david mckenzie. he's live in seoul for us. david, any takeaways from the meetings ahead of the g20? >> reporter: what we do know is that everyone's trying to figure out how to get out of this mess with north korea rapidly progressing its icbm program. you've had hand wringing from president trump, but in pyongyang, a different viewpoint. massive celebration, thousands of people, fireworks, and senior leaders of both the party and the military all celebrating latest scientific revolution of their latest icbm. more rhetoric against the united states saying they will reduce america to ashes in any conflict. the propaganda, the bombastic talk from north korea isn't changing one bit which suggests, and i said it plainly, they plan to do anything in terms of stopping progression to a nuclear power. that is a reality check for president moon, per president trump, and all the -- for president trump, and all the leaders at the g20 summit try
developments. >> these aren't a series of meetings, events, denials regarding china or regarding canada or regarding britain or regarding france. they all come back to russia. >> more from capitol hill next. where would you go? ♪ expedia. honey, we do? we need to talk. i took the trash out. i know. and thank you so much for that. i think we should get a medicare supplement insurance plan. right now? [ male announcer ] whether you're new to medicare or not, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. it's up to you to pay the difference. so think about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they help cover some of what medicare doesn't pay and could really save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. call now. with a medicare supplement plan, you'll be able to stay with your doctor. oh, you know, i love that guy. mm-hmm. [ male announcer ] these types of plans let you visit any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare patients. and there are no networks.
with the president of china xi jinping. donald trump lays it on the line for china telling them they need to get involved to deal with the problems in the korean peninsula, and neil gorsuch, the nominee for the supreme court is expected to get a vote sometime this week. republicans confident they're going to get him confirmed. the question is will they do it with the 60 votes customary for a vote like this? all this as the cloud of russia continues to overshadow this administration. adam schiff the ranking member, reacted to the news that michael flynn is willing to make an immunity deal. schiff said his committee may not be interested. >> we don't want to do anything that will interfere in any case that the justice department might decide to bring and we have to determine whether we need him to learn information we can't learn from other sources so it's very early to consider this. >> reporter: even though russia continues to be a big issue for the trump administration, the president himself is not backing down tweeting on sunday morning quote the real story turns out to be surveill
nationalistic anger chosen from donald trump. china will be issuing a joint statement talking about their commitment to the paris deal and their intention to work together you shouldn't shy away from the reality of climate change. more specifically you can't specifically push aside this reality as you can leaders. a reference to what happened here in europe last week. >> the president suggesting that the u.s. will try to renegotiate or negotiate a new deal. they're saying that's not in the cards. >> with the u.s. pulling out of the paris climate accord, rivals are stepping up and earning praise. if america steps off the world stage the chinese are in a prime position to fill that vacuum. certainly in terms of propaganda and public relations it will be a wonderful moment for china to step up and say we'll be a leader in the world and we'll continue to step forward with all the money we have spent on climate change. >> it's also a very easy sell to their domestic population because the fact is those of us that live here have to deal with some of the worst air pollution in the world. w
. paula hancocks, thank you very much. >>> meanwhile, china is the critical wild card in the north korea equation. the vice president had this to say about china and their willingness to cooperate on north korea. >> it is heartening to see china commit to these actions, but the united states is troubled by china's economic retaliation against south korea, for taking appropriate steps to defend itself. the better path would be for china to address the north korean threat that is actually making such defensive messages necessary. >> the campaign trail, president trump hammered china for their practices. but he is toning down his rhetoric, saying, quote, why would i call china a currency manipulator when they are working with us on the north korean problem? good morning to you, matt. let's back up a little bit if we can and remind us why china has allowed this nuclear program in north korea to go on so long. >> frankly, china has an interest in being a buffer state between south korea and its own borders. it has no interest in seeing north korea collapse and likely unify under south k
. >>> president trump weighs in after high-level talks between the u.s. and china. was there any movement on how to deal with the growing threat from north korea? we're live in shanghai. >>> the trump administration says the u.s. and china share a common concern about the threat posed by north korea's nuclear missile program. jim mattis and secretary of state rex tillerson hosting their chinese counterparts to discuss the growing crisis. for months the white house has been lobbying china to exert more influence over the kim jong-un regime. >> last night in iowa, president trump praised china's president but also sent a message that he expects more from beijing. >> we've had a very good relationship with china in all fairness. and i do like president xi. i wish we would have more help on north korea from china. that doesn't seem to be working out, but i do like the president a lot. >> the meeting with top chinese officials comes days after the death of otto warmbier. the american college student spent 17 months hard -- before he was sent -- hard labor before he was sent home in a coma. we
which to u.s./china relations. >> and you look at these geopolitical stories that are hitting the news. we don't see the market being rattled by that. you look at how the s&p 500 is doing and the dow. they're up more than 10% so far this year. >> yeah. >> what can really rattle the market? this is of interest to anyone who is invested in the stock market. >> first and foremost, the fundamentals are great. moderate growth, great labor market, low inflation, steady interest rates, good corporate earnings. so that's fine. there's only two things that i would see that could rattle the markets. number one would be any sign that tax reform is dead. i don't think it's dead. i think it's going to plod along. it's going to take a while. the other one, though, the wild card now is geopolitical. and i think since donald trump loves scapegoats, since he can't get north korea to do what he wants, he's going to make china a scapegoat. so i worry later this week we may hear the announcement of new u.s. trade sanctions against china. for the markets, a u.s./china trade war is not a good story. >>
interesting sitting down with china, china thinks in 100 year increments and americans think in presidential cycles. >>> hours before the president signs two executive orders aimed at reducing america's deficit. quoting that the next meeting with china's president will be a difficult one. >> we'll find out next live in beijing. >>> president trump plans to sign two executive orders today to combat and reduce the trillion dollars trade deficit. this comes one week before meeting with the china's president. the latest tweet, quote the meeting wi meeting china will be a difficult one. american companies must be prepared to look at other alternativ alternatives. good morning to you, will, president trump says the meeting next week will be a difficult one. is that how the chinese see it? >> reporter: the chinese are hoping for business-like discussions but preparing themselves for a worst case scenario, president trump has accused china from currency manipulation, to abusing the u.s. lenient enforcements of -- far cheaper than american products. they're worried about the u.s. putting higher teari
soon as possible. we know parts have been arriving over the past month and a half. something china doesn't like but pence said would go ahead. >> thank you. >> china is a critical wildcard in the north korea equation. the vice president had this to say about china and they're willingness to cooperate on north korea. >> sit heartening to see china commit to these actions but the united states is troubled by china's economic retaliation against south korea for taking appropriate actions to defend itself. the better path would be for china to address the north korean threat that's make such defensive measures necessary. >> so where does this go next? let's go talk to david to break this all down. good morning to you david. >> good morning. >> so the line we're hearing is the era of strategic patience is over. is that in a sense the trump foreign poll saz icy as we know >> who knows. the president has approached the korean problem with a sense of urgency and understanding that his predecessors have done various things to try to get this regime in line and nothing has worked and bill cl
today from brussels, joint statement between the european union and china that they intend to not only keep up their commitments to the paris deal, but to accelerate their cooperation, so really what will see is a pivot away from the united states by europe, away from what has been a historic and essential ally to other potential allies as european leaders look ahead, not just to the global challenge that is posed by climate change, but to many of the other global challenges going ahead, christine. >> all right, melissa bell for us this morning in paris. nice to see you, thank you. >> china reaffirming its commitment to fight climate change, promising to be a responsible party after the u.s. bailed. one european leader warning if america steps off the world stage, the chinese are in prime position to fill the vacuum. let's bring in cnn's matt rivers for more on chinese plans. he's live in beijing. what are the plans? >> the plans are to kind of be the de facto leader of the paris climate agreement and why is that? whether the chinese want that or not, china is the biggest greenhou
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top agenda item for the meeting persuading china to curb pyongyang's nuclear ambitions. the moments came moments after a u.s. official issued a dire warning about north korea's nuclear program declaring quote the clock has run out all options are on table. for the latest we want to bring in matt rivers live for us in beijing. any reaction from beijing on this yet and how does this launch differ from those we've seen recently? >> reporter: pretty standard response this frarch the chinese saying that the launch clearly violates u.n. sanctions, u.n. resolutions that were put on the table by the united nations. the chinese rejected the notion this launch had anything to do with the upcoming summit tweet presidents trump and xi scheduled for later this week. this was an intermediate-range ballistic missile. second one launch this year. it differs from last year because of the way these missiles are being launched. there's progress being made because these missiles use solid fuel. that allows them to launch from the back of a truck. that makes them mobile and easier to be hidden and it ma
. he was ambassador to singapore before china. this is interesting. he is a republican and served under a democratic administration. he is known as a very adept china hand. now translate skills to russia. >> i know many mentioned him as a senate candidate if orrin hatch steps down. >>> new round of preliminary trademarks granted by china to the trump organization. does this obscure the line with the business empire? we are live in beijing. >>> in the face of questions about remaining ties with the president and his businesses at home and abroad, the chinese government granted preliminary approval for more than 30 trump related trade marks. this is according to documents reviewed by cnn. they are trying to probltect th trademark from squatters. i have matt rivers with more ins possible could y moscow. i have never heard of this in any country. >> reporter: we are in a bit of unchartered territory. 39 trademarks were filed for donald trump here in english and china and chinese. 35 were granted. in construction and hotels and ones in animal training and body guard services. this is t
. security council for further sanctions on north korea. we know that china and russia are opposed. to that point, president putin had an article published in the newspaper that says he doesn't believe that sanctions work. of course, he is under tough sanctions from the united states, from the european union, from others, for annexing crimea and putting his troops inside ukraine. so there's that part of president putin's message. when it comes to xi jinping and north korea, president trump's relationship with the leader is on the slide, selling $1.4 billion worth of weapons system to taiwan, that's angered chinese and others. how will he win the chinese leader over to getting his commitment on stronger north korean sanctions? that's probably a bridge too far. most experts would probably -- would probably make that assessment. the best he perhaps can hope for is to avoid a chinese and russian veto. the u.n. security council. i think just think that the president's -- what the president needs to try to achieve here is a very, very big lift. he is absolutely sailing into the wind on this
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