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Jul 9, 2017 10:00am PDT
, also the former u.s. ambassador to china under president obama. senator, awfully good to have you. thank you for joining me. i want to get started heard with health care. the development that two more senate republicans today have come out against the original draft of the bill, those being florida senator marco rubio, senator hobben as well. both of them left the door open to become a yes after certain changes are made. is it a matter of time until everyone comes to a deal? and if so, should the democrats start collaborating with the gop before they miss any possible chance to do so? >> the mistake is closed meetings putting a bill together without any kind of input from other republicans. let alone democrats. whenever a secret group gets together, it doesn't include very many other people. it's bound to have a lot of trouble. that's what started from the get-go here. i frankly think this is all going to work out when there's more regular order. when the committee hearings and meetings. and where everybody can explain what he or she wants in a bill. then a vote. and it proceed, m
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Aug 6, 2017 9:00am PDT
property damage through midtown, tulsa. china is urging north korea to stop missile tests and resume talks after the united nations ordered tough sanctions. the decision was handed down in an effort to force the regime to continue negotiations over its nuclear and missile programs. >> this is the most stringent set of sanctions on any country in a generation. the sanctions will cut deep and in doing so will give the north korean leadership a taste of the depravation they have chosen to inflict on the north korean people. >> joining me now, former ambassador to the united nations, energy secretary and governor of new mexico bill richardson. governor, always good to speak to you. these are considered the toughest sanctions in a decade a but do these come too late to affect the north korean economy and in turn its missile program? >> well, it's going to depend whether china enforces these sanctions. they are key. they are significant. they affect coal exports, sea food, they affect north korean workers in the oil industry that bring a lot of revenue into north korea. almost a third of n
MSNBC
Jul 9, 2017 9:00am PDT
president trump and leaders of japan and china about these rising tensions. and here's what he told president xi yesterday. >> things that you have done relative to the very substantial problem that we all face in north korea, a problem that something has to be done. i know that a measure of success may take longer than i'd like, may take longer than you'd like, but there will be success in the end one way or the other. >> joining me now, jordan chang, author of a book tonaek taknort korea takes on the world. do you agree that all will be fine? >> there is very little margin of area. we have maybe 12, 18 months before the north koreans can position a nuke to reach the lower 48. and then the policy make community will have to make a decision whether we can deter north korea. so this is an existential issue. and i hope it works out, but it will need a lot of good diplomacy on the part of the trump administration. and as we've seen over the prior administrations, they have made bad decisions. so we need a pivot here. >> so give us a sense of what is going on behinds kreec the scen chin
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Aug 6, 2017 10:00am PDT
story this weekend. the new sanctions put on north korea with the support of russia and china. earlier this week, david ignatius wrote, president trump has the right instinct to insist that china help resolve the problem of north korea. a peaceful solution is impossible without the help from the other great power in east asia. is that something everyone can agree the president was right about? >> i don't -- i'm absolutely in support of china stepping up. they do have a responsibility. and the president was absolutely right. but we have seen throughout our history and for us to be a military leader and world leader when it comes to safety and creating alliances so that our allies and our homeland can be safe, is that we have to be strong. and being strong is putting those sanctions in place. and saying that you know what, we have the ability to say we are -- what you're doing is unacceptable. so we will not allow an economic benefit to you as a country. we did it with -- in the past with iraq. we're doing it in other areas in iran and we have shown and now we've done it to russia, that
MSNBC
Aug 6, 2017 6:00am PDT
the security counsel, got them onboard. most notably that china and russia agreed. this, of course, a reaction to the north korean regime's testing of intercontinental ballistic missiles and the threats they have made and the cyberrattling, if they will. nikki haley the ambassador was really front and center with this trying to make two points. toughness towards the leadership in north korea but a willingness to support the people of north korea and to try to work with them to resolve this. here's how ambassador haley expressed it. >> i think now north korea needs to step up. north korea has a variety of options. we are willing to deal with those options based on their actions. we are happy to talk with them, but they have to stop this reckless action in order for us to do that. >> this package of sanctions which blocks the north from exporting all kinds of goods, everything from coal to sea food, also limiting its ability to send abroad laborers which would be a revenue source for north korea valued at about $1 billion a year. not only considered punishment, but described as a way to
MSNBC
Jul 23, 2017 9:00am PDT
hole to china. at&t is working with farmers to improve irrigation techniques. remote moisture sensors use a reliable network to tell them when and where to water. so that farmers like ray can compete in big ways. china. oh ... he got there. that's the power of and. anyone who calls it a hobby doesn't understand. we know that a person's passion is what drives them. [ clapping ] and that's why every memorial we create is a true reflection of the individual. only a dignity memorial professional can celebrate a life like no other. find out how at sanfranciscodignity.com. >>> as lawyers for the president, we will be constantly evaluating the situation. if we thought the conflict was relevant, we would raise it. >> jay sekulow defending reports that the president's legal team is investigating potential conflicts in bob mueller's probe. let's bring in buzzddy carter o georgia. representative, as you know, "times" reported that they are looking for conflicts of interest they could use to discredit the investigation or even build a case to fire mr. mueller or get members of his team recused. w
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Jun 24, 2017 10:00am PDT
this morning. the single engine plane went down just you can after take off. >>> and in china, a land slide smashed into a village of more than 60 homes. authorities believe more than 100 people were buried alive. a rescue team is searching for any signs of life. >>> happening right now, voters about to weigh in on the republican health care plan in maryland. senator hole la senator who holland is haulill a town hall. why does he want to hear from constituents? >> reporter: we've been across the country, and the situation has come down to hear that senator chris van hollen, a democrat holding a forum, he has ministers over the church can behind me, he has state officials, county officials, health care officials that are all coming here to answer questions among concerned citizens as to if the senate bill ultimately with the house and president's signature, what it would mean for them. the new executive minister here is andre christian. he's one of the individual just met here talking to the senator. but for now we're talking to individuals out here beforehand. and you were tellin
MSNBC
Jun 4, 2017 9:00am PDT
decisively. if the cities in the united states, china, and europe act decisively, we can still reduce co2 emissions between 25% to 38% without the cooperation of the trump administration, which is still not functioning properly, because the large amount of vacancies that run throughout the government. so our message to everyone who cares about climate, who cares about cooling their planet, who cares about reducing co2 emissions is to act faster, be more passionate, because the federal government already is acting in a swift manner as we speak, so this is the moment for us to come together and coordinate and go to scale faster. >> mr. mayor, thank you so much, appreciate your time. >> thomas, thank you for having me. >> any time. come back, sir. the details looking at the live images, the van used on the attack on the london bridge. we're back in a moment. ♪ everything your family touches sticks with them. make sure the germs they bring home don't stick around. use clorox disinfecting products. because no one kills germs better than clorox. of being there for my son's winning shot. t
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Sep 16, 2017 9:00am PDT
korea together with ballistic or intercontinental ballistic missiles is as much a threat to china as it is to the united states or all of the neighborhood. so china has a significant interest in not allowing north korea to be put in a position where they can in fact hold china at bay. china wants to do whatever they may want to do with sanctions. north korea says you do the sanctions and this rocket can go your way as well as to the united states. so china has to engage in this. we cannot continue to demean china with tweets and other kind of harsh language but rather work closely with them and ramp up the sanctions, get to the negotiations, and beyond that, let's recognize that there are two countries on the korean peninsula and have been for some 60 years and more. so why don't we get to a peace treaty. why don't we move to a peace treaty, recognizing that north korea is not going to take over south korea and vice versa, south korea take over the north. recognize two countries and in that process demilitarize, denuclearize that entire region. >> well, that would mean that all parties
MSNBC
Jul 30, 2017 9:00am PDT
criticism of china, dissatisfaction with their efforts to stop the missile program or lack thereof. some may argue about the method. twitter. but does the president have a point? >> well, you know, who knows if he has a point. but that is just no way to conduct foreign policy. he wants china to cooperate with us, so he blasts them in a tweet? this is a tremendous threat. not just to our country but to our allies. there needs to be a strategy within the white house there. is no way that anybody believes there is a strategy right now because they might be negotiating inside the white house. he comes out and tweets something entirely different. so i think that's very destructive behavior and i'm hoping that the new chief of staff will be able to bring a stop to that. >> ma'am, do you think the u.s. has not been demanding enough of the chinese in this regard? >> well, i think that there needs to be a sit down meeting where there is a full, comprehensive strategy. and it's very difficult to tell. because all we have are the tweets. i'm hoping when we go back in session we will have hearings a
MSNBC
Jul 30, 2017 10:00am PDT
its missile defenses. all of this build-up is going to infuriate china. which has already been reluctant to help the u.s. try to rein in north korea and u.s./china diplomacy is not going to be helped at all by those tweets by president trump earlier today. where he openly and publicly tried to shame china doing something. diplomatically and securitywise, there really is a lot of instability and no clear path forward, alex. >> all right, from south korea, thank you. just back from south korea protesting against the u.s. missile defense system is former presidential candidate jill stein. stars and stripes reports that dr. stein let a group of high-profile activists, saying the defense system is more likely to stoke a conflict then protect people from a north korea attack. dr. stein is joining me from massachusetts. nice to see you again on the broadcast. >> good to be here. >> let's get this the thaad, so this is not an offensive system, right, this is a missile defense system? so why do you have a problem with it? >> the same thing was said about the patriot missile. it does ver
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2017 10:00am PDT
korea. i want you to hear what the president had to say -- president xi of china talking about north korea and here's what president trump had to say about that. >> i appreciate the things that you have done relative to the very substantial problem that we all face in north korea, a problem that something has to be done about. i know we will eventually have success. it may take longer than i'd like. may take longer than you'd like but there will be success one way or the other. >> reporter: another critical meeting for president trump there, alex. >> all right, hallie jackson, thank you very much for asking the question i posed to you last hour. i appreciate that. >>> let's go right now to keir simmons who's got new details on what russian president vladimir putin is now saying about his meeting with the president. keir, with another welcome to you, what can you tell us? >> reporter: well, we were in the room with president putin as he held his news conference with russian journalists, and he was confident. he answered question after question about that meeting with president trump.
MSNBC
Jul 30, 2017 6:00am PDT
criticism to china to more put downs of republicans. unless republican senators are total quitters, repeal and replace is not dead. demand another vote before voting on any other bill. republican senators will only be in town a couple more days until the august recess. the president still wants to get health care done. don't know how that's going to happen, but he is surely talking about it. >> for all of you, we're going to get back to all things washington in just a moment. but we do have this breaking news to share. in the past few hours the u.s. conducted a test. this happens as tensions escalate in the region after north korea's friday icbm launch. we have the very latest details on this. explain to us what this test was and how successful it was. >> reporter: well, the u.s. has confirmed that it successfully testing the thad anti-missile defense system in alaska. there's been several of these tests recently. they met up with fighter jets from japan and south korea. collectively they did a low pass over osan air base in north korea. all meant to be show of force against north
MSNBC
Jun 18, 2017 10:00am PDT
francesco, thank you for joining us. >>> destined for war. a new book claims the u.s. and china are on a path towards a military superpower showdown. we'll talk with the author, next. before fibromyalgia, i was a doer. i was active. then the chronic, widespread pain drained my energy. my doctor said moving more helps ease fibromyalgia pain. she also prescribed lyrica. fibromyalgia is thought to be the result of overactive nerves. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. woman: for some, lyrica can significantly relieve fibromyalgia pain and improve function, so i feel better. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling, or blurry vision. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain and swelling of hands, legs and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. those who
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Jul 8, 2017 9:00am PDT
a week ago, you might have thought president trump felt a little differently about china, but that is not what we heard today. let me give you one little optics interesting moment. because the president has been holding so many of these meetings sort of one on one or in small groups with these leaders here at the g20, the g20 table where everybody sits around and talks, at one point the seat from the u.s. was held by ivanka trump. she tend in to replace her father. the u.s., one administration official telling nbc news they didn't believe that was totally out of the ordinary, although it certainly raised some eyebrows here in hamburg, alex. >> about how long was she sitting at the table? i was asked that by jonathan alter and i did not know the answer. do you know? >> reporter: that's a good question, no. remember, we're not actually seeing inside that meeting so we know that ivanka was at the table because the russian sort of sherpa, someone who works with the russian delegation had tweeted it out. so still some question marks around that. >> one last question for you, hallie, bef
MSNBC
Jun 3, 2017 9:00am PDT
. >> also new today, defense secretary james mattis in asia stepping up calls for china to help number north korea's nuclear program. here's what he said in singapore earlier. >> as a matter of u.s. national security, the united states regards the threat from north korea as a clear and present danger. the trump administration is encouraged by china's renewed commitment to work with the international community toward denuclearization. ultimately we think china will recognize north korea as a strategic liability, not an asset. >> meanwhile vice president mike pence is in iowa today as part of an effort to unite the republican base there. he'll join a number of congressional lawmakers at senator joni ernst's annual roast and ride fund-raiser. >>> let's go right now to the white house and nbc's kelly o'donnell standing by with us. kelly, with a good saturday to you. we have the fired fbi director, james comey, set to testify before the senate intel committee on thursday and white house press secretary sean spicer left open the question of whether the president might use executive pr
MSNBC
Jul 16, 2017 9:00am PDT
. >> do you think they should be relying on china to solve the problem? >> no, actually, you know, i think the frequent references to china are a little bit of a fantasy to be honest, the way the chinese have tried to influence or control the north koreans is by building up a little cadre of officials inside north korea. for example kim jong-un's half brother was living in macau under political protection. if the chinese had that kind of power over the north koreans, i think that kim jong-un's half brother would still be a live. >> very interesting, a little bit chilling and we look forward to talking to you again about it. >>> repeal and replace, that could sink the gop? award winning interface. award winning design. award winning engine. the volvo xc90. the most awarded luxury suv of the century. this july visit your local volvo dealer to receive sommar savings of up to $4,500. tha...oh, burnt-on gravy?ie. local volvo dealer ...gotta rinse that. nope. no way. nada. really? dish issues? throw it all in. new cascade platinum powers through... even burnt-on gravy. nice. cascade. >>> i
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Jul 29, 2017 10:00am PDT
could reach. ray's always been different. last year, he said he was going to dig a hole to china. at&t is working with farmers to improve irrigation techniques. remote moisture sensors use a reliable network to tell them when and where to water. so that farmers like ray can compete in big ways. china. oh ... he got there. that's the power of and. atmore than one flavor, oruch texture, or color.ing. a good clean salad is so much more than green. and with panera catering, more for your event. panera. food as it should be. hey. what can you tell me about your new social security alerts? oh! we'll alert you if we find your social security number on any one of thousands of risky sites, so you'll be in the know. ooh. sushi. ugh. being in the know is a good thing. sign up online for free. discover social security alerts. >>> north korea's nuclear goal to threaten the american mainland gets a major boost. how should president trump handle the growing crisis? a member of the house foreign affairs committee joins us next. start by taking care of families for 70 years. earn the trust of 32 nfl te
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Jul 15, 2017 9:00am PDT
in terms of global leadership, we will cede power to leaders like russia and china. and do you want autocratic type nations running global trade? i'm going to say no to that. >> the china, for instance, is seen all through africa, a place that america for varying reasons has not been invested in. these african countries need infrastructure, they want investment. the chinese are more than happy to go in there. what you see is people use chinese made phones, they buy chinese made refrigerators, mike waves. >> we're not in the game. >> it's hard to find iphones traveling around africa. you see chinese-made devices and phones. >> when you want to say america first, it's important to keep our position in this globe. >>> coming up next, why do thousands of websites protest against the government this week? >>> and america's biggest banker, some say favorite, jamie dimon himself, takes down washington's dysfunction in a rant that you have got to hear for yourself. that's coming up next. these birds once affected by oil are heading back home. thanks to dawn, rescue workers only trust dawn,
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Jun 3, 2017 10:00am PDT
by letting major polluters around the planet, such as china and india skate while we put further restrictions on our ability to compete in america that would cost us jobs. as we lost jobs, eventually lose us the economic ability to pay for very expensive clean air, clean water and proper disposal of hazardous waste measures. bear in mind everything we want to do depends on our ability to do it and that ability is determined on the strength of our economy. so there has to be a balance struck so we can do the best we can with respect to both. you've seen tremendous improvement in the united states of america from an environmental perspective and i'm all for that. >> sir, your interpretation of mr. trump's statement on getting out of the paris deal may have been one interpretation. internationally speaking in terms of diplomacy, do you think he took a political gamble there losing with his base here in the states or his interpretation and how he is perceived around the world? do you think he did this with an eye on the re-election in 2020? >> i can't read the president's mind. i don
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Aug 12, 2017 6:00am PDT
china's president xi jinping. >> i want to let you know, governor, we're with you a thousand percent. you notice he hasn't spoken recently, he doesn't talk so much anymore. we'll see how it all works out but you're not going to have a problem. >> the president speaking with both of those leaders. let's go to kelly o'donnell in bridgewater, new jersey. a good saturday morning to you. the president also made some new comments in these escalating -- >> reporter: good morning. this is a way for the president to build his relationship with china, who may have the most influence over any of the regime's allies. the president wanting to preserve his relationship with prz xi and knowing that president trump has been bellicose in his own words, that affects president xi. and then the clip of the president in guam. it is a a u.s. directate. we had was an important part of trying to ease some of. tenses that have been really escalated. president trump would argue by talking tough and by being a bit forward in his language, which has scared some sal lies and made citizens of the country. >> the
MSNBC
Jun 25, 2017 10:00am PDT
parodontax toothpaste. ♪ ray's always been different. last year, he said he was going to dig a hole to china. at&t is working with farmers to improve irrigation techniques. remote moisture sensors use a reliable network to tell them when and where to water. so that farmers like ray can compete in big ways. china. oh ... he got there. that's the power of and. >>> let's go now to the mystery surrounding the death of otto warmbier as the feud intensifies between u.s. and north korea. he was detained for 17 months. he suffered severe brain injury. joining me now is bill richardson, former energy secretary and new mexico governor. he has decades of experience negotiating with north korea and worked for 15 months and tried to secure the release of warmbier. it's good to have you on the broadcast. i want you to look back on your efforts to get his release. were there ever any signs that something had gone seriously wrong that he was suffering severe and life-threatening injuries? >> well, the north koreans, i think the easiest detection of something going wrong is they would not allow the swedish r
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Jun 11, 2017 9:00am PDT
stop it. one other matter here, i just rereturned last night from china. the chinese are watching this with amusement because they see america getting distracted on internal matters while they are being focused on building up their economy and country and we americans to do the same. i mean, we've got to get to the bottom of the trump obstruction of justice and russian connection and all of that but at the same time, we have to work on our health care reform, infrastructure, tax reform, education and building up america. i'm a little worried that this -- the comey mueller trump stuff is distracting us a little from our job that's making america strong. >> the president wrapping up his infrastructure week last week and i suspect china is not the only one thinking in the way in which you described. want to turn still to the comey testimony, the president today tweeting the comey leaks will be far more prevalent than anyone ever thought possible. senator, did james comey taint the process as newt gingrich said as i played earlier? or did he do the right thing by sharing or leaking wh
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Aug 5, 2017 10:00am PDT
this afternoon, will china be there? we've had this off and on relationship with china. first of president called them currency manipulators, then had a piece of cake with him, and then said they weren't doing enough. i guess wee reassured by tillerson's comments that we aren't looking for regime change. we just have to be sure the sanctions are in force. and it's interesting that the president now is very much relies on something like this coming from the u.n. >>> i would also like to ask you about the latest economic reports say jobs are up, unemployment is down, the president taking credit. i'm curious how this is playing out in your home district. are your constitutions see more opportunities or feeling this at all in their wall either? >> las vegas is doing much better. we were one of the hardest-hit places in that great recession, highest unemployment, four chlororates, so we are coming back, but these jobs are not just created because of mission that president trump has done. this is the continuation of a trend started under president obama and has been going on for severa
MSNBC
Jul 2, 2017 10:00am PDT
be making calls to the leaders of japan and china. those foreign leader calls as we tend to refer to them are a regular part of his interaction and it of course comes just days before he travels to europe, where he will be part of the g-20 summit of the economic powers. so there are lots of issues to discuss there. it also comes right after south korea president, president moon, was in washington for several days, and was at the white house for meetings, for a formal dinner, and so after those conversations, it makes sense to then speak to the prime minister of japan and the president of china when it comes to north korea. so those are serious issues that the president will be dealing with tonight. so behind the scenes, that work will continue. on independent day, we expect he will also do the tradition of being a part of the fireworks and hosting a party on the south lawn. that's before he gets on the plane. first to warsaw, poland, and then to hamburg, germany, for those stops on his second foreign trip. so there's that work that is happening. but there's also time with family and
MSNBC
Jun 18, 2017 9:00am PDT
always been different. last year, he said he was going to dig a hole to china. at&t is working with farmers to improve irrigation techniques. remote moisture sensors use a reliable network to tell them when and where to water. so that farmers like ray can compete in big ways. china. oh ... he got there. that's the power of and. and it's also a story mail aabout people and while we make more e-commerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country, we never forget... that your business is our business the united states postal service. priority: you >>> hello, everyone, i'm alex witt at msnbc world headquarters in new york. here's what's happening right now. we have new reaction from president trump's legal team, pushing back on that stunning tweet by the president saying he's being investigated in the expanding probe into russia's election meddling. here is how his attorney responded when pressed by my colleague chuck todd on "meet the press." chuck tried to have him clear up what prompted president trump to fire james comey. >> let me be very clear here. as it has been since t
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May 20, 2017 10:00am PDT
american jobs. he is doubtful about trade deals. he's going to countries like japan, like china. big companies that are involved in the davos world economic forum are getting together and saying what can we do to bring investment to the united states. that's all a function of the willpower that donald trump is bringing into this and their desire to kind of make him happy at this moment. now, i've got to tell you the saudis often promise aid to other countries, they promise deals to other countries and, you know, when you get back to sort of see in a year or two whether it comes through, there's oftentimes a very big gap between what is promised and what is delivered. nonetheless, i don't doubt the fact that the saudis want to do a lot more, but almost all of it is going to be in this area of fossil fuels and arms sales. and i would say that's not the future of the world. or even the future of the united states. so it's just something to think about, that these aren't necessarily the highest and most productive tracks for this nation. >> i have to leave it there. steve clemons, good c
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Jul 23, 2017 10:00am PDT
while other states like north korea, china and others, do cyber espionage, that in this instance, russia is to blame. the president does not hold that view and scarmucci does not either. he talked about that this morning. in capping up for us what he thinks the state of the president's view on this is today. >> what i don't like about the whole direction of this stuff in the mainstream media and the whole narrative is you're saying this thing is 100% true. if he makes a decision it's 100%, he's going to be super tough on russia. but let him do it his own time and pace. he's not hurting anybody by doing it at his own time and pace. >> so when scarmucci refers to the narrative, part of what has sort of driven that narrative is the widespread view of the intelligence community and officials, republicans in many offices, meaning house, senate, governors around the country, who express the view that they do believe russia was responsible. so whatever lag the president may have remains curious. at the same tile, as robert mueller investigates to see if there were any improper contacts
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Aug 13, 2017 10:00am PDT
with china, to make sure we prevent the north koreans from developing the capacity to develop and deliver a nuclear weapon. this requires smart diplomacy. real coordination. the imposition of sanctions. additional sanctions if necessary to make sure we cut off the supply of resources for them to continue with their program. if this is too volatile a situation, to use that kind of language without kind of a full understanding of what it means and how it will be received by the party on the other side. plus you have members of the administration that are saying different things. some talk about regime change. some talk about a first strike. these are things which cause us -- should cause us to be concerned about stumbling into a conflict. i think where everyone's too smart to do that intentionally, but this kind of language can cause us i think some great concern and everyone just needs to sort of tone down the rhetoric and redouble our efforts to prevent this from happening. >> concern enough on your part. i'm looking at the letter that you sent to house speaker paul ryan and this
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