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Mar 16, 2012 10:00pm PDT
economic ignoramus. i looked it up. >> if you look what is happening with china. they are eating our lunch and laughing at us like we're stupid people. i have many friends in china. i do a lot of business with china. they can't believe what they are getting away with. china is ripping off this country, manipulating the currency. >> greta: is that any different policy, with bush 43 or the in terms of clinton? >> as far as bush is concerned, we don't have to get into that. the fact is that china is we are rebuilding china, they are taking so much money. this year they are going to make $350 billion but worse they are taking our jobs, they are manufacturing our products. what they are doing is incredible and they are doing it through brilliant manipulation of their currency. it's a very simple thing. somebody with base you can understanding of business and knowledge would be able to put an end to it so easily. they are worried that china has our debt. trillion dollars of our debt, that is such a small amount to the overall economy. we have power over them. if we stop doing business with
FOX News
Oct 6, 2011 10:00pm PDT
president, calling him a flip-flopper about china. lindsey graham goes on the record. this is feel-good news. gabrielle giffords makes a big return to washington. but her visit had nothing to do with capital hill business. what brought her back to washington? we are going to show there's only one bottle left ! i've got to tell susie ! the vending machine on elm is almost empty. i'm on it, boss. new pony sorry ! we are open for business. let's reroute greg to fresno. growing businesses use machine-to-machine technology from verizon wireless. susie ! the nding machine... already filled. cool bike. because the busine with the best technologyules. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] the peace of mind of owning a 2011 iihs top safety pick. the all-new volkswagen passat. host: could switching to geico reon car insurance? or more host: do people use smartphones to do dumb things? man 1: send, that is the weekend. app grapgic: yeah dawg! man 2: allow me to crack...the bubbly! man 1: don't mind if i doozy. man 3: is a gentleman with a brostache invited over to this party? man 1: only if he's
FOX News
Apr 9, 2010 1:00am EDT
do you think our government would ever, ever use your stimulus money to give people in china jobs? that answer and steve moore, minutes away. thanks to the new venture card from capital one, we get double miles with every purchase. so we earned a tropical vacation in half the time. we earn double miles every time we use our card. ( shouts ) double miles add up fast so we can bring the whole gang. ( grunting ) awesome! it's hard to beat double miles. everyone knows two is better than one. introducing the venture card from capital one... with double miles on every purchase every day. go to capitalone.com. ( gasps ) what's in your wallet? wait up! >> greta: the tea party movement is going national or at least some of the movement is. there's a new group in town the national tea party federation. the ntpf the group says it welcomes all tea party groups to join the federation from arkansas governor mike huckabee joins us live. good evening governor. what do you make of this federation of tea parties. it is not a tea party it's a red of people. >> it is good because it is going to give
FOX News
Nov 17, 2010 10:00pm EST
borrow from china. we don't have the money! >> greta: would we be better off spending less on contractors and building up troops or -- have you taken a look at the amount we spend on contractors versus the military people who are serving? >> first off, if you have people in the field you have to give them what they need. there's more to the defense budget than the people in the field. what i think we need to do is look at the overall personnel levels, which includes contractors, absolutely. and the procurement procedures of the defense department. there's big savings in both those areas. interestingly enough, secretary gates suggested significant areas in procurements that could be saved. he's suggested we spend in other areas. my suggestion would be we save it and put it towards debt reduction. there are areas in defense that can be agreesed. -- addressed. we have to address the whole government, the whole government is beyond capacity to now. >> greta: thank you. >> next vice president quayle goes on the record. he says republicans should be doing something for you. stay tun
FOX News
Feb 11, 2010 1:00am EST
. >> greta: are all of us putting america at risk? is the exploding debt to china now a national security threat? we report you decide. china's military calling for a government sell-off of u.s. debt. why? to retaliate for a recent u.s. arms sales to taiwan. we asked secretary of defense robert gates about the arms' sale. >> people forget we are required by law to do this. the taiwan relations act was passed the same time we normalize relations with china requires us to provide military equipment to taiwan so it can defend itself. i think the weapons that are being sold are clearly purely defensive. we did it in 2008 at the end of the bush administration when there was a sale to taiwan the chinese took that down it came back up we'll see what happens. >> greta: you are not distressed it is a routine dust of up with the chinese and they are not going to hold it against us when we are trying to convince them for sanctions again iran? >> i certainly hope that will be the case. >> greta: do you have confidence or you just hope? >> i just hope. >> greta: the chinese now turning our de
FOX News
Nov 4, 2010 1:00am EDT
you were in china and watch the american people firing people you thought that was a cool idea. or an iranian student thinking wouldn't it be nice fire ahmadinejad the way americans go about their politics? i think it strengths us. i think this was a real signal to the world not to assume that the united states is a weak, timid country. not to assume we are going to tolerate bad economic policies. and not to assume we are are a country that you can push around or run over. i think the american people are exhibiting a robust willingness to change the entire game. historic reminder to other countries we are a remarkably powerful and if necessary remarkably dangerous country when people try to behave in a predatory way towards us. >> greta: i admire politicians on both sides of the aisle because i think it is a tough business. a lot of heartbreak in it. even take speaker pelosi tonight whether you are fan or foe on a political sense, we are all americans. it must be tough for her tonight, don't you think, you have been in that spot? >> well i've not been in that spot, we lost five seats,
FOX News
Feb 10, 2010 10:00pm EST
exploding debt to china now a national security threat? we report you decide. china's military calling for a government sell-off of u.s. debt. why? to retaliate for a recent u.s. arms sales to taiwan. we asked secretary of defense robert gates about the arms' sale. >> people forget we are required by law to do this. the taiwan relations act was passed the same time we normalize relations with china requires us to provide military equipment to taiwan so it can defend itself. i think the weapons that are being sold are clearly purely defensive. we did it in 2008 at the end of the bush administration when there was a sale to taiwan the chinese took that down it came back up we'll see what happens. >> greta: you are not distressed it is a routine dust of up with the chinese and they are not going to hold it against us when we are trying to convince them for sanctions again iran? >> i certainly hope that will be the case. >> greta: do you have confidence or you just hope? >> i just hope. >> greta: the chinese now turning our debt against us using it as a weapon. steve moore joining
FOX News
Dec 17, 2011 1:00am EST
. >> everybody's interested in the economy. so let me start with china. day 1, you say you would declare china a currency manipulator that. would empower you -- or the government to put tariffs on products from china. right? >> that's right. it's very clear to me, that china by virtue of manipulating their currency and stealing iblght -- intellectual property from america, as well as hacking into corporate and government computers, is not playing by the rules. and we can all be worried about what they will do as a response to our cracking down on them, but you can't have people cheat year after year after year. so have you to make sure that we protect our industry and our jobs and expect to play on a level playing field. >> but there are enormous costs in any decision a president makes. if we put tariffs on products in wal-mart and across the country, they will all go up because we have to pay the price when we buy the product. plus, we have the problem that we owe china so much money and they have their foot on our throat. and we need china to deal with north korea and nuclear weapons because
FOX News
Dec 16, 2011 10:00pm EST
appear. >> everybody's interested in the economy. so let me start with china. day 1, you say you would declare china a currency manipulator that. would empower you -- or the government to put tariffs on products from china. right? >> that's right. it's very clear to me, that china by virtue of manipulating their currency and stealing iblght -- intellectual property from america, as well as hacking into corporate and government computers, is not playing by the rules. and we can all be worried about what they will do as a response to our cracking down on them, but you can't have people cheat year after year after year. so have you to make sure that we protect our industry and our jobs and expect to play on a level playing field. >> but there are enormous costs in any decision a president makes. if we put tariffs on products in wal-mart and across the country, they will all go up because we have to pay the price when we buy the product. plus, we have the problem that we owe china so much money and they have their foot on our throat. and we need china to deal with north korea and nuclear w
FOX News
Apr 2, 2011 1:00am EDT
$14 trillion and we are heavily dependent on other countries, specifically china to bridge that gap. what happens when china tells us know? this fiscal crisis directly affects you and your family. after all, it is your tax dollars and if we don't fix this now future generations will pay the price big tile. congressman paul ryan and orrin hatch, former senator allen simpson and former ambassador john bolton all go "on the record." first, ten years ago, our nation had a budget surplus of $230 billion and we started to pay down our debt but got derailed big time. how did we get here? >> kimberly: after living a through a decade of deficits we can't afford to kick the can down the road any longer. >> our debt is out of control. what was a fiscal challenge is now a fiscal crisis. we cannot deny it. >> we have been accumulating debt through our entire history as a country. >> creating jobs and reducing the deficit. >> if we don't get the economy going then that is a catastrophic problem. >> through our last four budgets we have turned record deficits to record surpluses and we have been a
FOX News
May 4, 2012 10:00pm PDT
china on filmmaking. let's investigate. they are constantly knocking on your door to find out what you are doing wrong. and there is more economic things. it's a digital economy from a manufacturing economy. we have been making that transition for 20 or 30 years and it's coming home to roost. more early retirements, people in their 50s and early 60s who take the money and run and they stop paying social security taxes. overall, those are one thing. congress used to prove that social security tax cut and payroll tax cut comes to billions a year. that has hurt the social security fund, they are cutting the taxes of the people who are paying into the fund. >> greta: dennis, thank you. reminder that brand-new show dennis has on the fox news business network. nice to see you. >> thanks a lot. >> greta: okay. straight ahead, the keystone pipeline. it is hot, again, it's very hot. what just happened to relight the fuse of this one? senator barrasso goes "on the record." and ambassor john bolton is calling the blind dissident in china amateur hour. why's that? and spirit airlines refusal t
FOX News
May 5, 2012 1:00am EDT
wonderful boom, let's regulate it. hollywood's doing big deals with china on filmmaking. let's investigate. they are constantly knocking on your door to find out what you are doing wrong. and there is more economic things. it's a digital economy from a manufacturing economy. we have been making that transition for 20 or 30 years and it's coming home to roost. more early retirements, people in their 50s and early 60s who take the money and run and they stop paying social security taxes. overall, those are one thing. congress used to prove that social security tax cut and payroll tax cut comes to billions a year. that has hurt the social security fund, they are cutting the taxes of the people who are paying into the fund. >> greta: dennis, thank you. reminder that brand-new show dennis has on the fox news business network. nice to see you. >> thanks a lot. >> greta: okay. straight ahead, the keystone pipeline. it is hot, again, it's very hot. what just happened to relight the fuse of this one? senator barrasso goes "on the record." and ambassor john bolton is calling the blind dissident in c
FOX News
Sep 26, 2011 7:00pm PDT
except for us. the other is china. what they're doing to us is just unbelievable how they're getting away with murder, and i must tell you that governor romney very much agrees with me on those points, and i mean, very strongly agrees with me. so do some of the other candidates. i think maybe governor romney is the strongest on that, although as you know, i met with governor perry and he also feels that we're a whipping post for the rest of the world. i just think it's very important because if they don't understand that, greta, i would have just no interest in supporting anybody. i understand what's going wrong with this country. you know, even with the republican debates, the disappointing thing is this is never brought up. they say what about jobs? well, we want education, we want to educate our people. they don't say that china's sucking the jobs out of this country and manufacturing our product and you know, i mean, what china's doing to us is unbelievable. and they're manipulating the currency which means i -- which makes it very hard for our country to compete. i just feel thi
FOX News
Apr 19, 2012 10:00pm EDT
record." >> greta: india has china's attention, big time. news that india successfully tested a new missile that can carry nuclear weapons to beijing. it can go far, but not reach the united states. and india is our ally. but should we be alarmd? maybe alarmed is know the right word. should we be concerned? >> i think so. this is a major development for india. this will require some additional testing, but it can carry a 3,000-pound payload, 3,000 miles and can hit any target in china. the reaction it will prevoak in china, which has already been expanding its ballistic nuclear capabilities, is to respond in kind this. relationship between india and china will be a marine issue for the united states in the coming decades. >> greta: it has certainly not been as chilly as that of india and pakistan. pack pakistan, so far, has been silent. they have been able to reach pakistan for sometime. but i was surprised we haven't seen anything about pakistanively they have that capability and everybody knows it. pakistan and china have been close for a long time because of precisely that advers
FOX News
Aug 17, 2011 10:00pm EDT
thought? that is how china is describing the new report that they teamed up with pakistan behind our back and stole our technology. do you remember that stealth helicopter that went down during the bin laden raid in pakistan? the team of navy sealtried to destroy the chopper before they left but a big portion of tail repainted before the met cal could cool the event went down. the chinese inspected it and took samples. what should the united states do now? earlier today we asked donald trump about that. nice to talk to you again. when we last talked we talked about the fact that our stealth helicopter that we had to leave at the scene of the killing of bin laden, was a stealth helicopter, with that sophisticated technology. now i've learned that it was just three days late kai these came in, the pakistanis invited them in before we were able to talk to bin laden's wives who were -- who were at the scene, just three days after it was down the chinese got in and took a look at our technology watch do you think we should do? >> number one, you have pakistan, we asked them not to show this ve
FOX News
Nov 3, 2010 10:00pm EDT
folks.1?kgñ imagine if you were in china and watch the american people firing people you thought that was a cool idea. or an iranian student thinking wouldn't it be nice fire ahmadinejad the way americans go about their politics? i think it strengths us. i think this was a real signal to the world not to assume that the united states is a weak, timid country. not to assume we are going to tolerate bad economic policies. and not to assume we are are a country that you can push around or run over. i think the american people are exhibiting a robust willingness to change the entire game. historic reminder to other countries we are a remarkably powerful and if necessary remarkably dangerous country when people try to behave in a predatory way towards us. >> greta: i admire politicians on both sides of the aisle because i think it is a tough business. a lot of heartbreak in it. even take speaker pelosi tonight whether you are fan or foe on a political sense, we are all americans. it must be tough for her tonight, don't you think, you have been in that spot? >> well i've not been in that sp
FOX News
Jul 17, 2010 1:00am EDT
, is china going to pull the plug on us? it looks like they are not happy with us. steve moore has news, next. >> plus angelina jolie becomes part of the u.s.-russia spy story. what happened? ♪ [ male announcer ] we make them beautiful. ♪ we make them tougher. ♪ we make them legendary. we make them better... ♪ to make your life better. ♪ and we've never made one... ite like this. the 100% electric nissan leaf. ♪ >> greta: it is no secret we are up to our eyeballs in debt to china. has china just caught on? in may reduced holdings of u.s. treasury debt, fell by -- steve moore joins us. he's a senior economic writer for the "wall street journal" editorial page. what do -- why -- >> they are getting nervous. they own a little under a trillion dollars of our debt. as you know china is the only country in the world right now that is running a surplus in their budget. all the other countries, europe, japan and the united states are running giant deficits. everyone is counting on china to buy up their debt with their surplus currency. china which always owns a trillion is sayi
FOX News
Aug 17, 2010 1:00am EDT
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FOX News
Feb 17, 2010 1:00am EST
issue of all, it is turning into somewhat of a national security issue that is china. china has kept its currency so low it could import into our country very, very cheap goods and it is hollowed out our manufacturing sector. we can't compete on that level where china gets to import into our country cheap goods. basically the manufacturing sector, you see the employment there has been devastated. the number of government workers here in the united states is twice the number of those people who are employed in the manufacturing sector today. >> greta: if we are wiping out the manufacturing sector by virtue of what is going on in china and other factors, is the stimulus bilk used to make payroll and pay unemployment bills or create jobs in other sectors so we can get the economy up and running? there's a difference between spending just to make payroll that is gonna run out and creating jobs. >> important question. in other words is the stimulus helping to maintain the status quo in a troubled time? i would say yes. the other issue -- >> greta: that's not good. >> that is not good. tha
FOX News
Jun 15, 2011 10:00pm EDT
know former secretary of state kissinger has been to china more than 50 times? more significantly, did you know it was dr. kissinger working for then president nixon helped open the door to china. he's out with a new book called "on china." nice to see you. >> always good to see you. >> greta: the new book. let me tell from you the beginning, how i read it. how it changed me. i always looked at china through my american eyes. never from the chinese viewpoint. that's what i got was your purpose in writing. to let us understand the chinese viewpoint. >> that's exactly why i wrote it. when arrived in china, i didn't know anything about china. it was in 1971. i was the first american official, high official to get to china. >> greta: it was a secret wasn't it? >> i was a secret trip. i took a trip around the world and peeled off in pakistan. we told the media i had an upset stomach. and i had to go to some resort for a day. and i took off to china. but then, with the passage of time, i learned that here is a society that has existed as an uninterrupted government for 4,000 years. in its pr
FOX News
Jul 2, 2009 10:00pm EDT
. i think that they might have thought that they could get into a port in china undetected, refueled and go on to burma. they realized with the u.s. destroyers tracking it that it was not going to do that. it just went back to north korea. greta: wouldn't you like to of been on the wall to find out what they were talking about? >> i have a feeling that it had something they did not want us to know about. now they will have to figure out another way to get it out of north korea. greta: what do they want? we have all these agreements, we have been at war. >> they want regime survival. to get that, this means that they have to be a threat around the world. they are the world's largest proliferators of ballistic missile technology. they really are a global threat. greta: they are so sealed off from the world and the people that live there believe that they are impaired eyes and that we are the enemy and that we want to invade them. -- the people that live there believe that they are in paradise. >> china and has a foreign minister on the way to moscow to try to revive the six party talks
FOX News
Nov 22, 2011 7:00pm PST
to flex his mussel and showing the depth of knowledge that he has in areas like pakistan and china and the way he answered these questions. how do you think he did? >> well, he had a lot to say. he can't explain he didn't get his ups tonight. he certainly did have his ups. his position on some of these issues are a little out of the mainstream for a lot of republicans. i'm not sure his views will allow him to advance much. he's remarkable, he's an attractive guy, hand some, talks well and so on. he's at about 1% in national polls and he's been that way for a long time. and i'm not sure that there isn't something that people see in his manner and temperament that they don't like and he just turns them off. you know, on paper i guess he did reasonably well tonight. he certainly got his -- as i say, he got his turns and he had plenty to say. he disagreed with some of the other candidates on some of the issues. his positions may be more to the left but i'm not sure he broke out tonight. >> and talk a little bit about herman cain, who certainly has had his foreign policy issues over the
FOX News
Mar 25, 2013 7:00pm PDT
really awful could happen and for the life of me. the only thing i can think of is getting china really to do something about it. because china has the greatest interest in doing something. they don't want japan going nuclear and north korea listens to japan and china's, north korea listens to china. china is terrified if the regime falls and north korea, they're going to have all the refugees in china. so china has an interest, but we need to convince china they need to do something. because north korea's not going to listen to us. >> no, and you're absolutely right. and especially from what you saw the times you've been in north korea. those people can't see themselves. without the chinese help, they give 75, 80% of the food, fuel, and transportation fuel. and without china writing the check those people are shivering and living in the dark. and over the years we've gone to china, please keel with north korea. >> china hasn't wanted to, they have he' been content for the korean peninsula at a low boil and keeps the united states off balance, it keeps the koreans and japanese. but the
FOX News
Nov 2, 2011 10:00pm PDT
have been saying, you cannot create a strong economy if china and other countries continuously take your jobs, make your products, manipulate their currencies and do all the things they are doing and we hold dinners at the white house, state dinners at the white house for the president of china. i am not surprised at all. i have been telling you this is going to happen. the news came out today. i think it's an absolute disaster for this country. we need a leader that knows how to deal with china, that knows how it deal with opec and india and every other country. india, the out-sourcing is unbelievable. what's going on with this country, greta, is beyond belief. so i don't think you think i am surprised to hear this? >> i don't think you are surprised. you know, each candidate eye know, obviously, you are unhappy with the president. but each candidate brings to the campaign a different strength. in terms of dealing with opec, which candidate do you think would be the strongest and which do you think would be the best? there are many issues on running for president? but what about ju
FOX News
Jul 17, 2009 1:00am EDT
allies such as china has made a very strong statement against their behavior. i do think it is important and i think that adds to the pressures on north korea. >> why do you think that china is more involved in this? do they fear that japan will get nervous and get into the nuclear race and get involved itself or do they think it is time to control the north koreans and keep them from having dangerous weapons? >> i think it is both of those, actually. i don't think they like the idea of a country such as north korea developing a nuclear capability. not only for themselves but also increased in the illicit export of various types of nuclear materials around the world. as you mentioned, the idea for japan that countries such as north korea would have nuclear weapons would precipitate a tremendous debate inside that country as to whether they themselves, that is to say japan, should developed a nuclear capability. that would also be a very destabilizing development in that part of the world. for a whole host of reasons, there is a tremendous international interest in getting north korea to
FOX News
Jul 16, 2009 10:00pm EDT
again, some of their socialist allies such as china has made a very strong statement against their behavior. i do think it is important and i think that adds to the pressures on north korea. >> why do you think that china is more involved in this? do they fear that japan will get nervous and get into the nuclear race and get involved itself or do they think it is time to control the north koreans and keep them from having dangerous weapons? >> i think it is both of those, actually. i don't think they like the idea of a country such as north korea developing a nuclear capability. not only for themselves but also increased in the illicit export of various types of nuclear materials around the world. as you mentioned, the idea for japan that countries such as north korea would have nuclear weapons would precipitate a tremendous debate inside that country as to whether they themselves, that is to say japan, should developed a nuclear capability. that would also be a very destabilizing development in that part of the world. for a whole host of reasons, there is a tremendous internationa
FOX News
Nov 10, 2011 1:00am EST
. so even if europe blows up, we won't be dead. there is china and asia, taking up the slack. >> explain to me why greece is in such a desperate situation. i realize it's profoundly smaller than italy and make its more important to my point. but greece and you have a big, big investment operation like mf global, run by jon corzine. lots of -- holds lots of the euro's own debt i. stupidly. >> stupidly. greece hits the skids and suddenly mf global goes under and you have american investors, some of them wiped out, their lives turned upside down -- >> wait a minute. hey, wait a minute. >> okay? >> we should be happy with what happens with mf global. it was a company with private investors and invested it big in european bonds because they thought they knew better because of one guy, jon corzine. they lost, they went into chapter 11 and belly up. that's what is supposed to happen without a government bailout. we have been complaining about bailouts. the system worked in the case of mf global i. i don't think -- you know what? i am not so sure i agree with you. you can say it work
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Apr 30, 2012 10:00pm PDT
international mystery between united states and china. is the united states hiring a blind dissident and hiding him in the beijing embassy? governor chris christie, he stuns us. you won't believe what he blurted out. right now, contempt. house republicans turning up the heat on attorney general eric holder. they moved one step closer to holding him in contempt of congress. they have drafted a 46-page contempt citation. it accuses him of stonewalling over operation fast and furious. congressman jason chase joins us. the draft is 46 pages. how serious is this? is this saber rattling or is the attorney general figure out ways to comply or is this going to land in his lap? >> only handful of times in the history of the house is to hold somebody in contempt of congress. a subpoena that was issued in october of 2011 has been totally ignored. there are 20 categories. and we have received zero documents. we've got a dead border patrol agent. the department of justice have knowingly lied to congress. we have 300 people dead in mexico. we have thousands of weapons knowingly given to the drug cartels. it
FOX News
May 7, 2012 10:00pm PDT
is next. >> greta: donald trump says he are at war with china. why and who should be doing something about it. why is he talking about whether nicolas sarkozy's wife is going to leave him. and united states has spent ten years to catch a taliban fighter same ones who have been trying to kill our troops and in some instances succeeding and now we are releasing them. bob scales goes on the record. but first, donald trump. >> nice to talk to you. we had all hoped for better job numbers. i'm curious, your assessment how is the economy going on now? >> the numbers were not good. the way they are recording the numbers is even worse because it actually shrunk. the actual percentage should have gone up instead of down. regardless there is no one saying the numbers were good. >> the way they are recorded the way we have historically recorded the numbers. there isn't a game going on? >> in the old days, when wlud jobless numbers you would get real numbers. today you don't know what they are or what they represent. people getting out of looking for a job because they are tired of it because the
FOX News
May 1, 2012 1:00am EDT
and international mystery between united states and china. is the united states hiring a blind dissident and hiding him in the beijing embassy? governor chris christie, he stuns us. you won't believe what he blurted out. right now, contempt. house republicans turning up the heat on attorney general eric holder. they moved one step closer to holding him in contempt of congress. they have drafted a 46-page contempt citation. it accuses him of stonewalling over operation fast and furious. congressman jason chase joins us. the draft is 46 pages. how serious is this? is this saber rattling or is the attorney general figure out ways to comply or is this going to land in his lap? >> only handful of times in the history of the house is to hold somebody in contempt of congress. a subpoena that was issued in october of 2011 has been totally ignored. there are 20 categories. and we have received zero documents. we've got a dead border patrol agent. the department of justice have knowingly lied to congress. we have 300 people dead in mexico. we have thousands of weapons knowingly given to
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May 16, 2011 10:00pm EDT
winding through the country's border with china. this is the first part you will see a series of rare trips. plus, bill o'reilly punches jon stewart and jon stewart punches back. something bill did baited stewart to show up at the factor. sparks are flying. >> right now donald trump a short time ago announced his pulling himself out of the race for the white house. he let it be none he would have won. why is he out? he will tell you. but first the momentum the donald has been building up for months. it sounds like you're incredibly telled. >> i'm tempted. i will be making a decision by june. we'll see was. >> greta: what factors in? >> i love this country. if you go back to my first grade, kindergarten, people remember me. nobody from those early years. >> what are you talking about? >> show me a picture. >> there are people that he has grown-up -- >> i've had very smart people say donald, stay on the china issue, stay on the saudi arabia issue. stay on the india taking our jobs and the mexico which is nafta -- get off the birth certificate issue. >> why don't you? >> three weeks
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Jul 29, 2009 1:00am EDT
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Apr 19, 2011 10:00pm EDT
in a different tone in a different language talking about china, competitiveness saying we are going to get tough with foreign countries. answering something that people want out there the third is i think talking to the so call birthers and playing into some of the conspiracy theories that are out there if you are of that mind set that want to question the president's birth status you have someone listening donald trump. >> greta: do you think he's serious about running? >> i don't think he's a serious candidate. i don't think he's someone we should be treating as such. as you are seeing more serious interviews come out, his positions are going to have to get flushed out. talking about his business record, his flip-flops where he's been on social and fiscal issues. you are seeing a critical mass of conservatives, karl rove came out on your show as well as the club for growth talking in is not someone we should be taking seriously, sort of a sideshow. >> greta: i don't know donald trump well, i think the fact that people are doing this is going to make him more determined. i th
FOX News
Apr 16, 2012 10:00pm EDT
there. this was printed in china. the vest was made in china. they were given other party favors while they were there. all gsa spending. the taxpayers' dollars spending. they were given a coin. a commemorative coin. call it a gambling chip for this aspect. it's a commemorative coin commemorating the stimulus. >> greta: the gsa mir under president bush joins us. good evening. your thoughts about today's hearing? >> it was appalling. absolutely shocking. but shocking maybe for different reasons to me than what other americans saw. i saw the question of competence, because you saw the leader of gsa, the administrator, the chief of staff, all saying they really didn't know what was going on. they really didn't think it was their responsibility to figure out what was going on. even though after they were told it was ao kay to award bonuses to folks they knew violated the public trust. >> greta: explain to me. if i'm a regional director and i'm going to hold a conference, do i submit a budget in advance or a bill after the fact? >> i have to tell you, you should be submitting budgets and ge
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Sep 18, 2012 10:00pm EDT
stimulus cash not to stimulate our economy, but to stimulate china's economy. so how did they do it? well, they bought solar panels from china, not america, for a government bulling in illinois. what does donald trump think about this? donald, nice to talk to you. >> hello, greta. >> donald, what do you think about the report that the federal government used stimulus money to purchase solar panel parts in china, in violation of the rules? >> well, nobody can be surprised. what they are doing with solar is amazing. anybody knows and anybody in my industry, which is real estate, know that it's too expensive to buy the solar panel the, it doesn't work. it's about a 35-year pay back. so now all of a sudden china is going out and making our -- you know host of our solar panels are now made in china. you look at the hundreds of millions of dollars of that been lost on solar by this government. so a thing like that, greta, would not surprise me at all. >> the whole point of the stimulus was to ref up our economy, not to ref up the chinese economy, and i think that, i think, is what is stunning m
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Sep 18, 2012 10:00pm PDT
, using our stimulus cash not to stimulate our economy, but to stimulate china's economy. so how did they do it? well, they bought solar panels from china, not america, for a government bulling in illinois. what does donald trump think about this? donald, nice to talk to you. >> hello, greta. >> donald, what do you think about the report that the federal government used stimulus money to purchase solar panel parts in china, in violation of the rules? >> well, nobody can be surprised. what they are doing with solar is amazing. anybody knows and anybody in my industry, which is real estate, know that it's too expensive to buy the solar panel the, it doesn't work. it's about a 35-year pay back. so now all of a sudden china is going out and making our -- you know host of our solar panels are now made in china. you look at the hundreds of millions of dollars of that been lost on solar by this government. so a thing like that, greta, would not surprise me at all. >> the whole point of the stimulus was to ref up our economy, not to ref up the chinese economy, and i think that, i think, is w
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Dec 20, 2010 10:00pm EST
still hope to get the six-party talks going. that is what it's about. i think china is trying to get the u.s. back to the six-party talks to. i hope obama administration resists the temptation. >> greta: what happens next? >> i think we have to look at the reunification of the two koreas. we've seen nearly ten years of efforts to chitchat north korea out of their nuclear weapons program. >> greta: you say unification, they are in favor, north korea is in favor of uniindication of the peninsula but in favor of north korea, not south korea? >> we are coming up to a tremendous change because kim jong sill going to die and i think sooner than later. they are getting ready for a transition to his son. i'm not sure that is going to last 24 hours after he dies. so the u.s. needs to be planning with china, what happens when that comes. that regime in north korea is very fragile, its moment of great risk but also a moment of great opportunity. >> greta: i can't imagine -- i haven't been there in a year but i can't imagine it's not any better? >> people need to united states, since 1945, the a
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May 13, 2011 10:00pm EDT
involves the problem of china and the issue is the chinese cannot -- [ inaudible ] they don't want turmoil at their border. or western countries or pro western countries like south korea at their border. north korea will come down to a northeast asia issue. whether it is possible to negotiate between the six countries that are now in negotiations, some kind of political arrangements that creates security for north korea and above all, security from nuclear weapons for us. >> is there a crisis or is this just something we keep managing? >> right now we are managing it. while we are managing the nuclear stockpile in north korea. the we are weapons in north korea, threatens -- the nuclear weapons in north korea threatens, -- japan, china, closer, easier to reach. they would have much more immediate consequences for them to take on the united states would be an act of total madness. but, as long as they have nuclear weapons, [ unintelligible ] they become an of instability. >> they've had a 60-year-old relationship with china. if you say china is more at risk of a nuclear crisis with n
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May 14, 2011 1:00am EDT
time it has been restarted again. but, it also involves the problem of china and the issue is the chinese cannot -- [ inaudible ] they don't want turmoil at their border. or western countries or pro western countries like south korea at their border. north korea will come down to a northeast asia issue. whether it is possible to negotiate between the six countries that are now in negotiations, some kind of political arrangements that creates security for north korea and above all, security from nuclear weapons for us. >> is there a crisis or is this just something we keep managing? >> right now we are managing it. while we are managing the nuclear stockpile in north korea. the we are weapons in north korea, threatens -- the nuclear weapons in north korea threatens, -- japan, china, closer, easier to reach. they would have much more immediate consequences for them to take on the united states would be an act of total madness. but, as long as they have nuclear weapons, [ unintelligible ] they become an of instability. >> they've had a 60-year-old relationship with china. if you say
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May 7, 2012 10:00pm EDT
thing he understands what china is doing for us. i watched what his stance was on china. it took place during one of the debates, he is very, very strong on not allowing china to get away with what they are doing. manipulation of currency, making it impossible for us to do business with them, but the reverse like easy we're a bunch of patsies. i know his stance on oh beck is very strong, i know his stances on drilling and taking the energy we have under our feet. that would make a huge difference for this country. >> greta: you mentioned china, you would have handled the issue i guess an ongoing issue, blind chinese dissident. >> look, i think we are devoting more time to the dissident. we don't know this dissident. does he love this country? he is using the country very well. i would rather devote more time to what they are doing economically because they are trying to destroy us economically than us worrying about their dissidents. we don't know this dissident. yet we are willing to go to war over this individual dissident but when it comes to them sucking trillions dollars out
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Jul 15, 2009 1:00am EDT
arsenal, and now they are working on delivery systems. the united states, china, japan, russia, and south koreaç has sd this is unacceptable. the u.n. has passed a number of resolutions, and they continue to have nuclear weapons. this will mean that the nonproliferation policy is substantially in jeopardy if not down the drain. how can we expectation of success in negotiations with iran if north korea gets away with this? and under those conditions, countries like japan and south korea are likely to enter the nuclear world, too, and we will be in a new world, and it will be a demonstration of what calls itself the world community, so that is the fundamental issue, and can we bring it, can we bring about a change? greta: our top military commander in south korea said that they are ready, north korea and the u.s. is ready for any think that north korea will throw out south korea or anyplace else -- is ready for anything that north korea will throw at south korea or anyplace else. nothing has moved forward accept north korea testing weapons. that has moved forward -- except north kor
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Apr 24, 2012 10:00pm PDT
south korea and china. >> greta: they warn and say they are going to do this. why do they tell us, what do you think they warn us and very hostile terms? >> i think part of it is for domestic consumption. in the background of the failed missile test, there is an i am per active not to mess it up again. while they may be to take the presses down with them to see the explosion, it's a lot harder to cover up, to know the test has been been a success than watching a missile that blows up after 90 seconds. so nuclear test could give them successful that overcome some of the propaganda embarrassment of having the missile fail. >> greta: china is most muscle with them. >> doing nothing but something significant. defense secretary panetta testified to questions about chinese assistance to the kore a an missile program essentially said there was evidence of assistance. he didn't want to be specific in public but we've seen pictures of that truck on which the north koreans paraded another icbm. for years china has been saying, no we're not assisting anything with respect to the nuclear miss
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Dec 27, 2011 10:00pm PST
would like to ask you issues internationally. your decision not to list china as a currency manipulator. what do you think about that decision? >> they have appreciated their currency just probably under 5% this year. they are slowly appreciating their currency, it will never be at the speed we want or congress wants. it's being artificially manipulated. you have to -- in context. north korea, we're in talks with the chinese right now on north korea, iran you want to get more sanctions, you got to have their cooperation. pakistan, a hugely complex and sensitive relationship. you have to have china's cooperation or be in dialogue on regional security. when you approach all these issues, they are not just stand alone issues they relate to the relationship and you have to approach it as such. only remedy longer term in terms of getting them to rebalance their currency is to ensure their rising entrepreneurial class which a significant force in chinese politics continues to put pressure on the government. they want a currency that is recognized internationally. they want a marketplace that
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May 4, 2012 1:00am EDT
thing that happened this week is not so much in afghanistan or china, but what is happening this week, you can feel the economic consensus shift from this idea of an accelerating recovery to a desillerating recovery. the first quarter gdp growth came out and it was 3% last year, now it's only 2.2. jobs numbers are going to come out tomorrow that will probably indicate a disappointing total ofions. of jobs. i think the economists and the public is believing that the recovery is slowing. so the big question that has hung over there race for 2 years, what would the economy be doing in october and november looks like bad weather ahead, not good news for obama. >> greta: of course, we also have other things coming up, in the health care decision by the united states supreme court, which i think that if the supreme court throw its out, that's better for him because it will get his base all revved up. >> no, no, no. >> greta: i know you disagree with me. >> it will kill him. he has done the stimulus and obamacare. one didn't work and the other's in legal. >> greta: and bin laden. >> hmmm. >>
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Nov 4, 2010 10:00pm EDT
about china, about the relationship. about where we are going. look for him to work on issues related to a free trade agreement with south korea. there's real work to be done. what concerned me was in the press conference he talked about the private sector piece of this. he said he was gonna put the ceos on air force one and take them to asia and open up markets. it sort of once again sent a message that the president really believes that all business has to run through washington. that the president's -- that the president has a role to play in terms of the private sector, true. but it is not the case that we need the president himself opening up markets. that's not how the free market system works. >> greta: one other aspect of the trip which i think is a very difficult one. he's going to india. india and pakistan has been at each other's throats for 50 years and it is not getting prettier. every time we talk to india, pakistan gets suspicious and mad and vice versa. his trip to india, how does he navigate the perilous waters, if india, in light of the fact that pakistan is going to
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Jul 18, 2012 1:00am EDT
that's my voodoo on this. that's the last word on that. great to see you. >>> china now blasting the united states lawmakers and u.s. lawmakers blast being the olympic committee and many mad over the team usa uniforms. how hard would it be to get uniforms made in america? we set out to investigate and you will see what we found out. and in a few minutes, will batman get involved in the campaign? yes, we said so anyway, i've been to a lot of places. you know, i've helped a lot of people save a lot of money. but today...( sfx: loud noise of large metal object hitting the ground) things have been a little strange. (sfx: sound of piano smashing) roadrunner: meep meep. meep meep? (sfx: loud thud sound) what a strange place. geico®. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. [ male announcer ] this is our beach. ♪ this is our pool. ♪ our fireworks. ♪ and our slip and slide. you have your idea of summer fun, and we have ours. now during the summer event get an exceptionally engineered mercedes-benz for an exceptional price. but hurry, this offer ends jul
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Nov 15, 2011 10:00pm EST
business community and they don't give us the tools. when they allow china to manipulate the currency and allow other people and countries to do what they are doing against our country, it would be nice if the government could give a little help. and i said it the other day actually on one of your shows, i said it the other day, for him to say that the business people of this country are lazy is disgusting. especially coming from him. >> what do we want more of, do we want more of american businesses going overseas and developing products and growing around the world or do we want foreign companies to come here. >> i think we want american companies to stay here and develop their products from here. >> but that wasn't a choice. >> but that's what is going on. people don't even give that as a choice. even you. you are asking me do we want to go over there and develop? no. i think people should stay here and make their product and sell it to china like they do to us. >> that's ideal but it's not happening. >> the reason it is not happening because of a simple manipulation of currency an
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Aug 4, 2011 1:00am EDT
>> sean: that's the point. america will be greece, if you have your way. >> please. >> china already owns us. it's over. >> sean: i hope not. that's all the time we have left. greta is next. >> greta: tonight donald trump says we're in big, big trouble. he hates that debt ceiling bill the president just signed. does donald trump have a plan? will he run for president. we asked him. nice to see you. >> thank you. >> greta: the debit, many americans have heard if it hadn't been raised, it would have been catastrophic. would it have been catastrophic to the american people? >> i don't think so. i think the republicans tried hard, but they didn't make a good deal. they did very little cutting, but the worse thing of all -- they could have it had, the one thing obama wanted -- he wanted to bring it past the election, because if they had this come due again before the election, he could not have been re-elected. why they agreed to that, i have no idea. but in addition to that very little cutting. of course they don't even talk about the bush tax cuts, because in '13 they expire, so
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