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FOX News
Dec 3, 2016 3:00am PST
relationship with china with the island of taiwan. which is -- we have had strained relationships with. we have one china policy. we can get into the details. we don't have to. the reality is donald trump took a phone call from the president of taiwan. and she was newly elected and a little bit more independent minded. as he has entertaining world leaders as they come across. if you listen to the media coverage of that conversation you would have thought the world was ending. >> i was at dinner with my parents last night, too. it was trending on twitter. you mentioned the "new york times" headline from. politico bowl in a china chop trump risks diplomatic relationship in china. did trump just cause diplomatic crisis in taiwan. trump risks show down with china after call with taiwan. >> chris murphy tweeting this, what has happened the last 48 hours is not a shift. these are major pivots in foreign policy without any plan, that's how wars start. donald trump defending. this this was just a phone call. she called me to congratulate me on becoming president of the united states. it was a simp
FOX News
Sep 23, 2017 3:00am PDT
. pete: have you always talked about china. in the brass tach sense they did put a move banks. ainsley: all the moves corrected at china. he has got to continue coming down very hard. i was watching another network briefly and they said the president was acting like a child in tough rhetoric. i'm thinking what do we want at this point? you want to have someone tough. you want to have someone that gives it to north korea and china. because where we are now, that is because years and years we have had no one to fully stand up to them. griff: we talk to people on the street that's coming up later. that's the main impression we got. no one is going to be talking about that today. they are going to be talking about what the president has to say about nfl players taking a knee. pete: talking about channeling the way the american people do that's what entrepreneurship did in the campaign. deaf it last night. talking about taking a knee and disrespecting the flag. take a listen. >> luther and i and everyone in this arena tonight are unified by the same great american values. we're pro
FOX News
Jan 15, 2011 6:00am EST
storm taking in again on the east coast. china's president set to arrive in the u.s. this week after the country just tested a fighter jet. is china trying to show america it is a force to be wreck conned with? our panel debates that. >> is your spouse cheating on you? with money? the number of americans committing financial infidelity could shock you. >> teen girls dreamed about it. >> me, too. i was five. >> and now he is helping people achieve their dreams and goals. stay tuned. [ female announcer ] this is not a prescription. this is norma. who knows how important it is to have her medicine in one place. so noa brings all of her prescriptions to walgreens where her pharmacist can watch out for interactions with her over-the-counter medicine. now norma thinks less about her medicine and more about her vacatn. tell us what you take just once and we'll check for interactions every time. s host: could switching to geico or more on car insurance?ercent do woodchucks chuck wood? (high-pitched laughter) man: hey you dang woodchucks, quit chucking my wood! vo: geico. fifteen minutes coul
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Apr 5, 2014 3:00am PDT
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Mar 8, 2014 3:00am PST
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FOX News
Nov 4, 2017 3:00am PDT
five countries, japan, south korea, china, vietnam, and the philippines. the president says they actually added an extra day if the philippines so he could attend the east arab summit. this trip is expected to deal with trade and, of course, the growing nuclear threat on the korean peninsula. abby, pete, kevin? abby: big trip ahead. thank you so much ellison. pete: to go to pearl harbor on the uss arizona powerful imagery and paying a lot of respect to those who gave so much. kevin: i have been there a couple times. the thing about this trip for me, a lot of americans are looking at it first time in 8 years and i know it will offend a lot of people on the left that a president who they believe really cares about the military men and women is visiting pearl harbor. i think it has significance. pete: absolutely. abby: another big moment of this trip is when he gets to south korea to be just 30 miles away from north korea. he has talked a lot about building up the nuclear capability of south korea, places like japan where he will be today. kevin: right. abby: there is a lot on the t
FOX News
Feb 27, 2016 5:32am PST
jobs from china, from mexico, from japan. we're bringing back our jobs. our jobs have been taken away like we are a bunch of babies. our people have lost so much money. you know, if you are a middle income person, you are making less money now than you made 10 years ago. our economy is a disaster. our unemployment is through the roof. they say it's 5%. it's actually 25%. it's through the roof. if you look for a job, and you give up, they consider you employed. that's how -- that number was put there for politicians to make the politicians, in particular, presidents look better. the 5% number. i will tell you we have a horrible unemployment problem. we have tremendous numbers of part-time jobs which we never had like this before. because obama3t)e is killing our economy. everybody puts it down because they don't want to come under the reign of obamacare. i mean, our country is a disaster. >> mr. trump, i asked before this segment what question they would ask. do you use hiring preferences for veterans in your companies? >> i do. and a i have hired a lot of vets. and i love the vet
FOX News
Apr 6, 2013 3:00am PDT
. >> clayton: should would he be relying on china to help diffuse the situation. we are joined by gordon chang. north korea takes on the world. gordon, nice to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> clayton: let's start in the beginning with north korea. should would he be taking these threats seriously or just show for camera with kim jong un with a gun out there playing around. >> they pretend this is bluster. it comes at a particularly bad time because you have got new leaders in the region. they can't back down. you know, in north korea kim jong un hasn't consolidated his position in the regime. he is purge officials loyal to his dad trying to replace them those loyal to him no time since 1949 has a north korean leader has a weak base like he does today. accepting blow after blow from the north koreas and not responding. they are on hair trigger alert. this is not a good story. >> tucker: how did the united states wind up relying on china does not have our best interest at heart diffuse the situation to make the world safe? how did that happen? >> everyone wants to integrate china in
FOX News
Jun 2, 2012 3:00am PDT
honest with you, eurozone crisis has little to do with what the administration can handle. china's slow down, manufacturing sector in china is troubling for the world. they are in the getting american imports or building as much as they were. the housing crisis. who would have thought china would be facing housing crisis. getting imports and construction materials. a lot of that stuff comes from the united states. >> how much of what happened in europe impacted those jobs numbers? it's not real clear. i mean, i mean some impact to the president's credit but not enough to explain 9,000 jobs. >> there are still things he could do domestically. could have kept his eye on the ball with jobs. solution for jobs regardless of what is happening. >> keystone. >> there is some ways to dice and part these numbers. mitt romney had his own interpretation of these jobs numbers and whose fault it is. >> the president's policies and his handling of the economy has been dealt a harsh indictment this morning and it continues. we have had 40 straight months with unemployment over 8%. unfortunately you hav
FOX News
Sep 16, 2017 3:00am PDT
korea, japan, threatening china in that region, that is the direction we need to continue to go because china's biggest concern is us going to war with north korea. because that would be horrible for china and i say this every time on this show, but china is going to continue to be the number one player in this. todd: 100 percent correct. pete: china is not our friend. china doesn't have our interest in mind. abby: we have a lot of people who are not our friend have to figure out a way to work with strategically. pete: often sometimes sanctions don't work and it comes down to brass tacks of military options. that's exactly what nikki haley is saying here. ultimately shoot something down. a true demonstration of force or take out kim jong un and his capabilities. do you want to live in a world where have you permanent blackmail or are in a world where we are secure and don't live under that threat. that's the decision inside this white house at this point. it's a really, really tough one. military options get worse as you wait longer. abby: that's why every president you go back to georg
FOX News
Jan 7, 2017 3:00am PST
. 21 million social security numbers stolen likely from china they didn't say necessarily. we have two pages we could show. >> right. pete: why did this choose in this instance to expel diplomats and say now it's time to fight back in other instances presumably things that went on behind the scenes but it didn't seem to be as urgent? >> well, you know, pete, just so you know we have talked about this off set before. look, there is a lot of things going on, there is a war going on. this administration has completely ignored it the public is not aware of every hacked. i was briefed a while back one of the severe hacks into the chicago mercantile. the american public doesn't know everything that's going on. they are not necessarily fully aware. this is the first time the government said something, pete, because they saw -- the democrats saw the benefit of trying to use it to undermine the trump presidency. that's the bottom line here. pete: absolutely. >> that's why they finally said something. democrats didn't care until now. we have got to get a handle on the fact that the mainstream me
FOX News
Jun 16, 2012 3:00am PDT
reserves in this country and the world. india, china, the rest of the world is embracing clean coal technology. what we are seeing again with this president is an attempt to force other energy sources upon us. you see solyndra or just the list go goes on and on with the different types of energy ideas that he he is pushing. the bottom line is. this coal is the lowest cost electric generating fuel and so we have got to embrace it. it's here, it's domestic and we need to use it. >> here are some of the regulations being put forth. set limits on carbon pollution power plants. allow new power plants to phase in technology. plants can choose to burn any fossil fuel to burn electricity including natural gas. the argument from the e.p.a. is natural gas is equally as cheap and apundit and much more environmentally friendly so maybe we should move in that direction, your take? >> it is now. you are seeing natural gas prices at historic lows. typically the natural gas market is volatile it usually goes to 2 to it 4 to 6 in a heart beat. rarely do you see the prices of coal double you never se
FOX News
Mar 31, 2012 6:00am EDT
canada, russia, japan, china, everybody else is saying we need to have innovation, growth, manufacturing, more jobs, more leverage, more business so that they can take care of their own economy. right? so look at what china is doing, china and russia is where we have to pay attention, china now is the leader in oil and we gave that away. we have always been this. and now leverage on the highest tax for the corporate. china has captured, supporting their business dozen grow, supporting their businesses to innovate and to do job growth. so are russia and china and now we make it harder to do business here and harder to earn money here? and we will strap you with rules and regulations. it is impossible to hire people and we will penalize people. so, come on it. >>neil: action the end of the day the companies hire the loopholes and figure out a way not to pay taxes. can congress get together on this? this is one issue that is in agreement by democrats and republicans, chose the loopholes so we can actually lower this corporate tax rate and everyone benefits. >>guest: and even
FOX News
Jul 28, 2012 3:00am PDT
music. olympic games kicking off across the pond. team u.s.a. is sporting those made in china uniforms. that wasn't the only controversy. >> great. meanwhile, mitt romney heading to israel today as president obama sends big money to the same country. coincidence? we're live in washington with the details. >> in rough, tough, and green? ford taking a gamble on america's most popular vehicle. why the ford f-150 truck is going green. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> good morning, every. good saturday morning. yes, there is a bank on the plaza. that's how alli got to work. why is therein there am 551 sheridan tank on our plaza? to give you an idea give you idea what i got to drive earlier this week. you can drive one of these babies at drive a tank. crush cars, buildings that's the thing about manhattan. you needed it. perfect it's here. we can run over some cars later. thank you for waking up with us this morning. maybe you were up a late last night. 30th olympiad. and by all accounts, pomp and circumstance. people saying this was unabachedly a british ceremony by all account
FOX News
Mar 19, 2011 7:00am EDT
borrowed from china, japan and elsewhere. >>alisyn: and, also, yesterday we talked to our guest and this hand wringing on capitol hill about the spending, and the cutting, it does not address the borrowing which is a day's worth. >> one day. one day. >> let us know what you think about this. and washington was on the side lines when the u.n. took the lead. does that diminish the united states power? a former aide to margaret thatcher up next. stay tuned. introducing the thunderbolt by htc. immense power. scorching speed. the first phone strong enough to run on the fastest, most advanced 4g network in america. ♪ [ male announcer ] escape convention. ♪ escape definition. ♪ escape compromise. ♪ introducing the most fuel-effient luxury car available. the radically new... 42 mile per gallon ct hyid from lexus. ♪ welcome to the darker side of green. ♪ ♪ are you having any joy? ♪ what you getting out of liing? ♪ ♪ what good is what youe got ♪ if you're not having any joy? ♪ ♪ are you having any laughs? ♪ are you getting any ling? ♪ ♪ if other people do, so c
FOX News
Nov 21, 2009 7:00am EST
refer to them as such. we know he bowed in japan and didn't get in china's human rights violation so, i guess my question in regard to the trip to asia and deverence he is showing all of the countries around the world. what has it gotten us and accomplished in >> that's the crucial question and the answer is no where. remember the bad julia roberts movie. the run-away bride. we have a run away president. he doesn't seem to like to be in the oval office facing tough decision . this guys is hooked on applause and loves to go abroad and lift his jaw and the pose he does and stir us with rhetoric, but there are no results. trip to russia, no results. trip to middle east and middle east situation is worse than when he gave that speech. goes to asiaimportant to go to asia and claims to advance the cause of peace and can't point to a single achievement. he might as well claim he flew to mars. hoe needs to stop the traveling and speechify make hard decisions for america. >> the presidentitate indeed the internet dress this has created job creation for the future. i have to wait a while to ju
FOX News
Jul 17, 2010 7:00am EDT
-president behaved. the business climate is better in china . >> this number not to get bogged down 1.8 trillion. that is more than nonfinancial companies had in the bank before the recession. the president has a good point. consumer confidence is not there and that is why they are not hiring professor. >> absolutely. one of the problems we have is a huge trade deficit with china. you can see what he's accomplished with china. talk and no action. unless we create more customers in the united states and permit american companies to service them without constant fear of law suits . nothing good is going to happen. the only place it improved on wall street. goldman sachs created more havoc than bp and gets a hand slap. they make campaign contributions among all people to the president of the united states . not since bousch. i am not a republican. i am just appall would. >> you certainly had your caffeine this morning professor, thank you for being here and bringing the passion . 54% of the count reap does not approve of the president's handling of the economy. >> have a good day. >> you k
FOX News
Dec 3, 2011 6:00am EST
nonsense where we have to borrow the money. it is energy. replacing the imports from china. reducing and streamlining and make more effective, regulation on wall street so banks do something novel. which is make loans to moderate businesses. those are the things this president has talked about doing but he doesn't walk the walk the he is too worried about raising money on wall street. his liberal base at harvard does not want us drilling for energy, and neither wall street or the liberal base in the notes establishment wants him to do something about china. he just doesn't want to do the tough thing that both gingrich and romney talk about doing. >>dave: more in the "wall street journal", an article about oil and gas is the way to cut into the unemployment rate. how do we make major slights interest it getting the tub near 8 percent or 7 percent? >>guest: we can be energy independent in five years no problem with significant progress from day one. but we have to open up drilling in the gulf, develop the natural gas onshore, and on the east coast and if we did that, but, ins
FOX News
Aug 6, 2011 6:00am EDT
olympic committee but the united states is the main target. all signs point to one country: china. and now lawyer columnist and author of "collapse of china." nice to see you. you read the story and you have seen it the past couple of months. what is surprising how long this has been going on. >>guest: going or phone 15 -- going on for 15 years or longer in the united states and europe and asia want telling know what presidents and prime ministers are thinking and they want commercial information, all for war-planning purposes. >> i can picture viewers this morning thinking how do we let this happen? don't we have the security to stop this? >>guest: no, we don't. our civilian and defense networks are not hard enough to do this. we are now open to a cyber 9/11. in 23 the biggest blackout in north american history, 5 million people affected all signs point it was a mistake made by a china hacker going through the electric grids. and in 2008 in florida, again, another blackout probably caused by the chinese. >> when we talk about cyber war that is intangible. we had the chopper crash this
FOX News
Apr 4, 2010 7:00am EDT
girl. u.s. treasury secretary timothy geithner is change a report to congress whether china manipulates the value of their currency. there have been some concerns by some lawmakers that undervalued chinese currency is costing american jobs. with china's president expected in washington later this month of the delay will avoid a confrontation, it will allow leaders to talk about global economic recovery. luke spring, a six-year-old tap dancer who wowed the crowd in the nation's capital. >> a young dave briggs. >> luke wasn't originally on the program for the washington event and some of the other performers didn't know he'd be dancing, but two days into the event he was invited to dance, and when it was over, the audience gave him a five minute standing ovation. >> interesting. did he just run up on stage and gyp tapping? >> touche', very nice, well done. >> and poised, too. >> rick reichmuth can dance like that. rick, will you dance for us. >> no way. >> you've got a little box you can dance on. >> don't give away his secrets. >> yeah, thanks a lot. dave. >> and he's on an a
FOX News
Jan 14, 2012 3:00am PST
garlic all the time, most of it comes from china? >>guest: china. we import all this food. we test, we inspect at the border less than 2 percent. >>alisyn: less than 2 percent of imported food. why not all of it? >>guest: because there are so many places it is coming from. and for seafood, for example, which can be tenanted with illegal antibiotics, they test for the antibiotics .1 percent! >>clayton: consumers at home who are trying to be dissending providing things not filled with chemicals, how can you tell? the orange juice, right, we are talking about and the hail on how to read the label, why is this important? >>guest: well, what is important on the label, we have a country-of-origin labeling so for the juice if you are concerned because we know the problem is from juice from brazil you can lock. it is very small. and it will tell you the product of usa or brazil. so you can see brazil is on the list. >>clayton: he is another. >>guest: you can see that right on the front. "product of the usa." >>alisyn: and hopefully it is good. where does honey come from? >>guest: a lot coming
FOX News
May 25, 2013 3:00am PDT
accomplishments, first and foremost in my mind is normalizing relations with china. it's been 40 years now we forget. we had no relationship with china prior to nixon going over there. it was important because nixon understood before anybody else that it was china and not russia that was going to be our economic and political rival for the next 100 years. he was very pressure yant in that he understood having a relationship with china long term would help us deposition russia and create economic ties. he knew some day there would be an economic power long before anybody else realized. i think were it not for nixon it might be years and years before we had a relationship with china. >> clayton: he also interestingly created the environmental protection agency, of course. and there are many -- i think may be democrats think hey that was something that we dsm that was something that the democrats did, maybe add some more regulation, try to clean up the water ways in this country and airways in this country from all the pollution. it was actually a republican president in richard nix
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Jul 11, 2015 3:00am PDT
data breach affecting 22 million americans opm director archuleta hackers most likely from china hit the agency twice this year taking personal information including social security numbers. >> your kids crayons and toy could say be contaminated with asbestos. a shocking new report from the inenvironmental working group finds two brands of crayons and crime toy kits contain carcinogen. the crayons sold at party city and dollar tree while the toy kits are sold on toys r us.com and amazon.com. how you can keep your kids safe and he know what brands to look out for. assistant clinical professor of pediatrics at the mount sinai school of medicine and co-founder of the baby bundle app. thanks for joining thus morning. >> thanks for having me. >> first of all why would this be a problem having pieces of asbestos inside of crayons. >> there is no safe level of asbestos for anyone, for children it. it is toxic it, does cause cancer and can cause lung cancer. microscope' scope pick the fibers. i object hail them you don't know they are in these products. >> crayola factory takes great pride i
FOX News
Dec 31, 2016 3:00am PST
leaders and confusing china or confusing russia on who is at least president right now, i think it's primarily in his best interest. >> atima, we will have to leave it right there for the both of you. thank you for a fair and balanced debate this morning on what the future holds. happy new year. >> thank you. happy new year. >> more than five dozen police officers have been killed in the line of duty this year. including last night's murder of a pennsylvania state trooper. this painting depicting officers as pigs is now hanging inside our nation's capitol. who will prove that? we will look into that next. and call it the flood before the storm. hundreds of refugees rushing into the united states before trump takes office. and many of them settling in one particular state. we will tell you where. ♪ working on a mystery ♪ going wherever we need ♪ running >> welcome back with headlines now. president-elect trump will ring in the new year alongside actor civil vetsster that lobe. hosting him along with 800 guests at his mauller resort tonight. cabinet spot focused on the arts. one
FOX News
Nov 13, 2010 7:00am EST
partnership aiming to win back the share of the export market the u.s. lost in this area mostly to china. in a speech to business leaders the president repeated the warning that the american consumer will not finance the global economic recovery. >> we see the need for rebalancing is an opportunity to rebuild the economy on a new stronger foundation for growth. we save more. we spend less. we are not known just for what we consume but for what we produce. we want to get back to doing what america is known for: scoffing, creating and building the products that are sold all over the world. chinese president says his country will seek more balanced trade and gradually adjust the value of the currency which the u.s. believes is kept low to make chinese goods cheaper but the president and the other leaders watched japanese dance drama dating from the early 16 hundred's, and this summit, the economic cooperation, is known for showcasing the culture of the host and it is, however, back to work on sunday, the last difficult of the president's trip that began with the announcement of $10 billion
FOX News
Jan 2, 2010 7:00am EST
is a cover up and not a recovery. stimulus will start to run out. china two trillion in lending and on and on. you need a productive capacity. we are looking at it collapsed in 2009 and end by the end of 2010. >> number to on the list. depression uplift. >> times get tough people want to get high in a lot of ways. we'll see the money making influence changing and mood enhancing trend said and to hit in 2010. there is a move to elegance and people will be lifting themselves up. gangster and destressed and down and out. you get a job. get on top. elegance will be in music and fashion and arts and entertainment in the board. >> we'll see a boom in self help. >> self help is also self made. in italy in the height of the renaissance that everyone was dressed and they were dressed different low and that's what you will see. uniqueness and elegance that is coming back. >> we are seeing it in the tech world and on line and people carving out niches. >> number 3 point is not welcome here. >> antiimmigration movement isic canning off in 2010 . one of the platforms of a new third party that we
FOX News
Jun 29, 2013 3:00am PDT
, especially china. china is not only coming here in waves but also indeed. so perhaps president obama threatened -- is in danger and the other quick question president obama, south africa -- come will the united states support it, u.n. to president zuma. you as the voice indicated south africa -- we have seen some pockets of rebels as you indicated in congo and maly and elsewhere. what other stance have you -- america is one of the advanced countries that can help in many areas. thank you. >> well, first of all, i'm here in africa because i think the united states needs to engage in a continent full of promise and possibility. i think it's good for the united states regardless of what others do: i actually welcome the attention that africa is receiving from countries like china and brazil and india and turkey. because, number one, the more interest they show in africa, the more tools we have and mechanisms we have to further incorporate africa into the global economy which had the potential of creating jobs and businesses and opportunity. so i don't feel threatened by it i think
FOX News
Feb 9, 2013 3:00am PST
. >> as the u.s. and most allies decrease spending, adversaries are doing the opposite. china is slated to overtate the u.s. in 2035. >> you've seen double digit increases in chinese defense spending for 15 years. that not only gives pause to the united states but concern for the region as well. >> two years ago robert gates browbeat nato allies to spend 2% on defense but when france wanted to send force to say mallie, the u.s. paraded airlift and -- provided airlift. in the middle east, the gulf states are increasing defense spending. >> they've been going gang busters, rolling out prototypes of advance weapons, new missiles, new aircraft, drone aircraft. >> others argue even with the sequester the defense budget will dwarf their adversaries. >> if sequestration happens we go from spending 40 cents out of a dollar to 38 cents out of every dollar, you decline but not by the massive amount. >> u.s. taxpayers spent $711 billion on defense in 2011, equal to the next 13 largest defense budgets combined. the second largest defense budget in the world was china, six times smaller than
FOX News
Jan 1, 2011 6:00am EST
florida and teaching prostitute in china not to drink. it is a flaw with the alcohol problem to get the economy going with 800 billion. there is a lot of silly projects and red tape. but what is the problem here? was it not thought out too quickly. >> part of it is expectations and everyone has different definition of shovel ready . it doesn't mean you will start digging tomorrow. we are not bull dozing through people's homes to build through the road. you have to deal with imminent donation issues and things like that. i will agree far too money was spent. and i would argue we are not thinking big enough and we have to tone down expectations of what can be accomplished transportation spend nothing a year or two. those things don't pop up overnight . that is a bigger problem than the red tape. >> gletchin to that point. we were not thinking big enough. what do you think. i don't think that is a problem. going back to expectations, the administration and congress laid the expectations down. christina roamer white house economic counsel advisor said it would produce three-four million
FOX News
May 5, 2012 3:00am PDT
center of a diplomatic storm between the u.s. and china may soon be coming to america. nyu offering chen guangcheng a fellowship at the institute. the u.s. and china have agreed on a tentative deal for cheng to come here with his family. cheng's travel permit. he sought refuge at the embassy. he angered leaders in china by exposing policy of forced abortions there. ' scary moment at jfk airport last night. two delta planes clipping rings while taxiing on the run wii. another one about to take off for turkey with 200 people on board. the passengers were moved to another flight. the f.a.a. now trying to figure out how the heck this could have happened. and a reminder there is going to be a super miewb out -- moon out tonight. biggest and brightest full moon of the year. >> i'm very excited about. this i have been waiting all week. >> the moon will be 15,000 miles closer to earth than usual. >> yeah that's why it's so exciting. >> it will look 14% bigger. the last super moon in the sky was march 19th of last year. now, even bigger cheese ball in the sky. >> look at that movie bruce almighty
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Sep 3, 2011 3:00am PDT
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Nov 30, 2013 3:00am PST
some quick headlines this morning. the u.s. is telling commercial airlines to play it safe with china's new air defense zone. the obama administration announcing that airlines ought to comply with china's demands to be notified of any planes traveling through the newly declared zone over the east china sea. that's even if the u.s. government doesn't recognize it. and the miami dolphins are extending richie incognito's suspension for allegedly harassing teammate jesse martin he will no longer go without a paycheck. as part of the agreement. incognito will be paid retroactively for the last two games and receive checks for the next two weeks. they equal about $230,000 apiece. >> anna? >> somebody call the pc police. she made news for facebook post asking what's your excuse? now the california fitness mom is banned from facebook for the post you are about to see against curvey girl selfie. >> she wrote this, quote: i woke up to news stories about how overweight nearly obese women should be proud of their bodies as they posed in lingerie. i think we should all accept how any healthy body th
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Dec 24, 2011 6:00am EST
it could dry up further in the united states. >>juliet: it is slowing down in china, as well? >>guest: they have their own property bubble but it is exchange. the government owns the big bans, and at the love the -- lot of the banks are underwater. and brazil is concerned about china and protectionism. china is pushing down the currency again so the latin americans are throwing up tariffs to insulate their industries. >>juliet: we will see higher gas prices. >>peter: $100 a barrel is a big tax but president obama does not think we should drill for oil in the united states but it is environmentally sound to import it from nigeria. >>juliet: a lot of people are going in the job force but too many co-eds and social workers. >>peter: the engineering firms are filled with foreign student whose go home and the high schools do not produce the technical trades. big labor shortage in manufacturing where there has been a resurgence because the high schools, frankly, are not doing their job. >>juliet: well wrap this up, now, but this is christmas eve and we would like good news, can you
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Nov 12, 2011 3:00am PST
. >>dave: he needs to read up on china. >>alisyn: he said it would depend on the president's priorities and he would not be comfortable cutting anything from against. if that were the party he would not be able to be in the administration. >>clayton: would herman cain make a good secretary of defense? >>alisyn: the master mind of the "uss cole" is facing trial but could the interrogation techniques used give him a pass to freedom? my name is ron orsini, i'm forty eight years-old, i love to swim, and i love to walk outside. osteo bi-fl has really helped my kne. osteo bi-flex has been incredible for me, and i swear by it. [ male announcer ] osteo bi-flex, the glucosamine chondroitin suppment with 5-loxin advanced. shows improvement in joint comfort within 7 days. osteo bi-flex, my knees thank you. [ male announcer ] osteo bi-flex. the #1 doctor and pharmacist recommended brand. are on our wish lists? 'cause this season, the timing couldn't be better. right now, we can get those black friday prices without fighting through all those black friday crowds, which means we can do more this year wit
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May 24, 2014 3:00am PDT
film is philip viacom saying this is a movie that's going to break records in china. >> men who grew up with the car tunes. >> imagine how plotted line. >> story was good it would be even better. >> do you know how to train your dragon? what is this again? >> how to train your dragon 2. this is another film well positioned this summer there are not a lot of animated films. if you have a family you want to take your kids to the movie, this is going to be your movie. >> first one was great. >> fantastic. >> "fault in our stars," do you think that will be a big hit? >> yeah, i think it is. it's a film about -- sounds really depressing but a young girl, she has terminal cancer, she falls in love but it's a social media phenomenon. bidly from divergent. it's a little sleeper that could. >> more fun to talk about moses that stink. give me a couple. >> well, you know, it's early, you don't want to -- i have got to have that caveat, but jupiter ascending has some very bad buzz on it. >> what is this? >> it's a film the folks who did the matrix movies had some bumpy roads there though with sp
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Jul 22, 2017 3:00am PDT
china that had nothing to do with the russian deployment. clayton: he handled it great. which is the way to handle it not to try to hide it some criticism going through twitter stream deleting old tweets maybe trying to clean things up. he brings it up all the time. i call him that. now we're on the same page. pete: you watched that press conference. i don't know if i have ever seen someone so comfortable for the first time. good gadd hearted nature. part of the reason the president has him in that position not because he is ardent supporter and articulate on tv. he took on fake news at cnn an article that said he was tied to russian interests. he went behind the scenes, worked it and ultimately got the story retracted and three reporters fired for that story. i think the president said hey, this is a phi willing to fight back. abby: he has a different temperament. he is very calm, coal, and collected. very focused on the agenda. that was something that was in the statement yesterday from president trump who says we know we are working hard behind the scenes on our agenda. he nitted
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Aug 6, 2016 3:00am PDT
thing we need to fear is not china or pakistan or countries that threaten us, or the saudis, it's the russians. so scary. >> and back to the election and president obama and him telling mitt romney he needed to calm the 1980s. agreed with obama on that a little bit. someone should explain to me, i'm not defending putin who is kind of a fascist, but why is russia more a threat to me than china or pakistan or the saudis. no one ever attacks them. >> the idea also there could be an october surprise is very real. our producers were telling me julian assange from wikileaks was on bill mar's show last night and said they're trying to get this to happen. >> and how is hillary clinton's russian re-set button not responsible for the embolden of vladimir putin to begin with. >> it's all very confusing. >> we're going to try to make heads and tails of it. other stories, starting with this headline. police in chicago releasing never-before-seen video of a controversial shooting during a heated pursuit that left an 18-year-old man dead. well, police were chasing that suspect paul o'neal who wa
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Aug 20, 2011 6:00am EDT
with china's premier don't worry the united states is in great condition. >> sure, right? absolutely. the devil rays always tries to, you know, pull the wool over our eyes a little bit. there is no doubt they have been doing that for some time. there is a lot of volatility, the economic situation here at home is not good. >> is there one good thing anywhere? >> yeah. >> our gas is going to be cheaper in the next month? two? three? >> absolutely gasoline has come down. that's a goody. more money in your wallet. you can always just keep on getting in there and buying the s&p 500 index. something has got to be good. >> pet pet leads. >> should muslims be allowed to fight in our military? >> good question. tattle tails get paid. the school handing out cash we ward for play hooky. ♪ [ engine revs ] what makes us number one in motorcycle insurance? we love bikes. we love riders. and most of all, we love to ride. perfect hair every time. leading the pack in motorcycle insurance. now, that's progressive. call or click today. >> welcome back, some quick headlines, syrians government blastin
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Dec 11, 2010 7:00am EST
test from china, a blood test. they were able to detect the gene and the map of the gene for unborn child in mom's blood so instead of doing amnio, and the risk is minimum but there is a risk, and now we can take a blood test for mom and be able to map the entire gene of that unborn child and detect multiple tests, down's, and other disorders. this is done between nine months to 12 months, and it is safe and it will be used hopefully in the future. >>dave: the down side is you could have more women worried, now, because they know more, but moving on, a new diet pill has been approved but you say maybe not the best technique if you want to lose weight quickly. >>guest: i read this and i covered the whole story so i have mixed feeling about the medication. right now the only f.d.a. approved mode indication is a drug that prevents absorbing of fat so that is safe but there are some liver toxic problems and the medications have side effects of cardiac, stroke, increasing blood pressure and this medication, which was approved 13-7 is a combining of antidepressants and medications used in
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Nov 8, 2014 3:00am PST
, do they have the upper hand. what we are seeing is that for large countries like china for example or russia, it's no longer about do you have the more capable military when it comes to bombs or boots on the ground. it's really more now around that cyber element which they can go around and take down large portions of our infrastructure or our economy all through the information method. that's the really scary part because our infrastructure right now is not prepared to handle it you are seeing some of the largest banks being attacked. core freezing rain structure known for a number of years highly vulnerable on being attacked. more around the military capability wise of why they are actually going after these systems. they're learning our infrastructure and weaknesses and how they can ultimately use that against us in the event there is a conflicted ie things that might happen in ukraine. >> disturbing. we all remember that black out in new york city over academic indicated ago and what that did here. >> thanks. >> coming up on the show, to speak or not to speak. look at this vide
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Mar 12, 2016 3:00am PST
back at the culprits in china or in other aspects of the world, people who are either our competitors or our enemies and make sure they are held accountable. if you go and attack us, we're going to go take out power grids in your country. because you do something like that here, we will see loss of life. we will not only see economic loss, we will see shear chaos in this country. >> it's going to take, sadly, one of these big events for that >> you're right about that the thing is though, my wakeup call this morning is, don't be so unsure that this man hasn't figured it out. he is one of the few candidates that is actually thinking intelligently on this matter. and i'm so impressed that it center stages one of his talking points because no one else is saying it. and it's a very important issue that no one really knows about. >> kurt the saber guy, giving kudos to john kasich this morning. >> i never thought i would be but there it is. >> all right. we got donald trump. we'll ask him about all of this and more coming up at the top of the hour. we needed 30 new hires for our
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Feb 1, 2014 3:00am PST
manufacturers are imports from china that are subsidized by cheap currency and mr. president doesn't do anything about it. and what's more he wants to negotiate new trade agreements that will make it even more difficult for our manufacturers to compete by opening up our markets to foreign manufacturers without getting us a fair deal on currency and subsidies and also getting us into their markets. you know, the best selling vehicle in china are buicks we can't make them in michigan and send them there simply because of the regulations and tariffs and other barriers. we can't get our competitive products into china and the president doesn't do anything about it. >> that starter savings account that the president talks about to help americans plan for a time separate from that 401(k) plan. what did you make of that? >> i like it but i want those little people to be able to invest in stocks through a vehicle like vanguard. government bonds have a terrible investment for them. let them have a stake in america. they might see a lot of this class warfare coming out of the white house and the
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Nov 5, 2016 3:00am PDT
factories, and our jobs as they flee to mexico to china and other countries all around the world. it's a global power structure that is responsible for the economic decisions that have robbed our working class, stripped our country of its wealth, and put that money into the pockets of a handful of large corporations and political entities. the only thing that can stop this corrupt machine is you. the only force strong enough to save our country is us. the only people brave enough to vote out this corrupt establishment is you, the american people. [cheers] >> i'm doing this for the people and for the movement and we will take back this country for you and we will make america great again. [cheers and applause] >> i'm donald trump and i approve this message. >> two-minute message the closing argument from donald trump. can he seal the deal this morning? we're joined by trump's senior communications advisor jason miller. jason, nice to see you this morning. >> good morning. that was a powerful ad. >> pretty heavy and comprehensive. the federal reserve made an appearance in there. yo
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Dec 10, 2011 3:00am PST
other customers potentially china. >> senate majority leader, democrat harry reid, says the pipeline provision is unrelated to all of this and the house's bill supporting it will not pass the senate. we will find out if that is the case this week. down pennsylvania avenue at the white house the president says if republicans don't come up with a way for this payroll tax cut holiday, they will have the famous christmastime billing. >> congress cannot end the year by taking money out of americans. now is the time to do what is right for the american people. no one should go home for the holidays until this is done. tell your members of congress, don't be a grinch. tell them to do the right thing for you. and for our economy. >> house minority leader employees says the pipeline provision is a poison pill designed by republicans to sink the payroll tax cut holiday but senate majority leader, rather, senate minority leader says that is not true and it was designed to pass by leaving out job-killing tax hikes that neither side likes. back to new york. >> thank you, peter. >> do you have a n
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Mar 23, 2013 3:00am PDT
think a lot of this stuff is going to be made in china. you have great products. protect your bubble? >> this is protect your bubble. pet health insurance companies. so pet health insurance is very popular right now. based in atlanta, georgia. 92% of all pets will experience an accident or emergency in their lifetime. so it's really important to ensure your pet but great way to do that made in america services and products. that's what i love about all of these products. >> all made. top about the super collar. >> absolutely. this is matilda. up for adoption with the humane society of new york. the super collar is what i consider one of the most innovative pet products. a dog collar with a built-in beach. dog is always on lead and always carrying their own lead. retracts back into the collar itself. inventor of super collar i will let matilda go there extra year in production to let in chicago. they are passionate about that. >> jessie: scout and joe zoey's treats. made in the midwest. we know of all the chicken jerry can i recalls. but these are made in america. they don't have any
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Jun 11, 2016 3:00am PDT
should get a snuggy. >> china. >> sleeping bags. in your bed. yeah. my kids do that all the time. >> why not just suffer and not say anything about it. >> we are following other stories. mitt romney doubling down on his opposition to donald trump. saying he can't stand behind presumptive gop nominee. >> i myself will not be voting for either one of them. i can't bring myself to vote for hillary clinton. i don't think she policies she promotes are right for the country and mr. trump i think is too great a departure from the value os of you are country for me to sign up as a vote are for him either. i'll be writing in someone else's name. it will be probably another republican. >> and trying to find a candidate to run against donald trump. mitt romney had his chance to beat a failed president but he choked like a dog. now he calls me racist but i am the least racist person there is. romney hasn't ruled out voting for the libertarian candidate. and. >>> brock turner banned for competitive swimming for life. after sexual assaulting an unconscious woman on camps. now more than one mil
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