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states, but i think much of the sorts between israel and say india and china has to do with that actually very similar way of seeing the world and understanding long-term interests. and to me that is a dramatically hopeful change. i think a lot of what we have seen courtesy of the last president propelled us into an era in which the chances for a collaboration between israel and the saudis, certainly the egyptians is interesting to say the least. and so there's a lot of -- there are a lot of reasons to be very hopeful. they're just none of the reasons we would have imagined, say, five years ago. >> interesting. thank you. thank you all for coming. thank you hudson institute as well. >>> tomorrow secretary of state rex tillerson speaks about president trump's 2018 budget request interest the state department. he's in front of the senate relations committee starting live at 10:00 a.m. eastern an cspan 3. also testimony from attorney jeff sessions on the enset intelligence committee is expected to answer questions on several issues including the ongoing investigation into russian ha
people around the world, not necessarily in the united states, but much of israel, india, and china, has to do with a very similar way of seeing the world and understanding long-term interests. to me, that is a dramatically helpful change. i think a lot of what we have seen courtesy of the last president, propelled us into an era in which the chances of collaboration between israel and the saudis, certainly the egyptians, is interesting, to say the least. and so there are a lot of reasons to be very helpful just , none of the reasons we would have imagined five years ago. >> thank you all for coming. [applause] >> thanks. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] leavingweekend, historians me in gettysburg, pennsylvania, to explore the civil war from all areas. american history on c-span3 takes you into the conversation at the civil war institute. all-day coverage starts today at 9:30 a.m. 's americanc-span3 history tv. sunday, "q&a" goes inside for a rare look at fdr's personal office and
, notd the world necessarily in the united israel,but much of india, and china, has to do with a very similar way of seeing the world. to me, that is a dramatically helpful change. i think a lot of what we have seen courtesy of the last president propelled us into an era in which the chances of collaboration between israel and the saudis, certainly the egyptians, is interesting, to say the least. --re is a lot of interest and a lot of reason to be helpful, just none of the reasons we would have imagined five years ago. coming. you all for [applause] >> fax. >> thank you. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2017] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] year, c-span's studentcam competition asked middle and high school or's, what is the most urgent issue for the president and congress to address in 2017? tomorrow we will show you the prize-winning videos. tune in just after 1:00 p.m. eastern, here on c-span. this weekend on "american , saturday" on c-span3 at 8:00 p.m. eastern
the united israel,but much of india, and china, has to do with a very similar way of seeing the world. to me, that is a dramatically helpful change. i think a lot of what we have seen courtesy of the last president propelled us into an era in which the chances of collaboration between israel and the saudis, certainly the egyptians, is interesting, to say the least. --re is a lot of interest and a lot of reason to be helpful, just none of the reasons we would have imagined five years ago. coming. you all for [applause] >> fax. >> thank you. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2017] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> tonight, a look at the future of the cable industry and issues it faces including viewership, broadband, and regulations, with american cable association president and ceo. >> the cable business isn't what it used to be because of the high cost, the increasing cost of not only cable programming, sports programming, broadcast programming, and as a business
world and not necessarily here but it is between israel and china. it has to do with that similar way of seeing and understanding of the long-term interest and to me that's a dramatic hopeful change, i think a lot of what we have seen courtesy of last president propelled us into an era and the chances of the collaborations and certainly the egyptian is interesting to say the least and so there is a lot of reasons to be hopeful. there is none of the reasons that we would have imagined five years ago. >> leil, mike and thank you everyone. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> tonight live coverage of this year's congressional baseball game. 26 democrats and 33 republicans are expected to take part after yesterday's shooting during a republican practice in alexandr alexandria's shooting. it starts at 7:00 p.m. eastern on c-span with the first pitch at 7:05. >> early today, nancy pelosi, held her briefings at the capitol. she said today is not the day to have a conversation. here is a look. >> of the understanding that it is the time for prayers and the others. >> could you comment on the pos
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