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MSNBC
Dec 6, 2016 9:00am PST
trump tower. >> meanwhile, we have his unusual foreign policy, the whole question of taiwan and china. he'll be meeting later today withhenry kissinger and rex tillerson. clearly he can talk to kissinger about china and the secretary of state job. he's talked to him before. that was only last friday in beijing. meeting with the chinese. last night in a meeting with madeline albright reaffirmed his belief in the china policy he helped engineer 40 years ago. >> that's right. he was very measured in talking about the fact that president-elect trump had that conversation with the leader of taiwan. what publically the trump team tried to cast as nothing more than a congratulatory phone call. now we are learning he had talks with advisers about trying to open up communication with taiwan, even before election day. we are learning former senator bob dole was among those who helped to orchestrate the call. there is no doubt that former secretary of state henry kissinger is going to have insight into this matter that he's going to share with president-elect donald trump. we'll try to get a rea
MSNBC
Nov 18, 2016 9:00am PST
is look at the fact that russia is intertwineing themselves with other countries. whether it is china, whether it is a run, whether it is other nation states, if you will, who have cyber warfare units. so have been is not singular unto itself. and having individuals there that understand the way these threats move, the way they coalesce and form their participation, i think is important. looking at china and their pro pensity for embedded hardware, indeed, the "new york times" have an article in this week about theorem bedding spyware into their hardware and looking at these points of vulnerability in the virtual space. >> that is something that you want your nsa director and your cia director, to have an appreciation and an understanding for as well as the physical threat. so i think these gentlemen working together are going to form a food team and they will be there to inform the president and the vice president in a very wholistic manner to fight the terrorist cells and the extremists popping up, not only in one region. as it metastasizes, it is moving around the world, even terro
MSNBC
Nov 29, 2016 9:00am PST
a prominent family. shipping magnate father in china. a lot of credentials in terms of her own career. she would be transportation secretary having been a former labor secretary. let's zero in on the significance of georgia congressman tom price, an orthopedic surgeon with to some a controversial record in terms of how outspoken he's been against obamacare. >> exactly right. he's outspoken which is raising eyebrows and he's never run anything as large as the massive government hhs bureaucracy. so you have that. it could not be more different than the appointment or likely appointment of elaine chao to run the transportation department. here's somebody who ran the labor department. the only cabinet secretary under george w. bush to serve all eight years of his term. somebody who would probably be confirmed 100 to 1. i think generally you don't vote down the senate majority leader's wife. not to say she doesn't have strong credentials of her own. i'm told mr. trump liked elaine ch chao's drive, energy. her stamina. that's very important to him. i think she will be an instrumental
MSNBC
Nov 1, 2016 9:00am PDT
philadelphia has lost more than one-third of the manufacturing jobs since china joined the world trade organization. another bill and hillary-backed disast disaster. they will renegotiate nafta. we have the greatest negotiators in the world. we have a fair deal but a deal that goes in two directions. not one direction right into mexico and other places. and stand up to foreign product dumping. currency manipulation and unfair subsidy behavior. we are going to bring manufacturing jobs, lots of jobs back to pennsylvania. we are going to do it. it won't even be difficult. we are going to open modern mines and take care of our great miners. the miners have been mistreated horribly. we will be producing clean coal, oil, natural gas and shale energy. we are also bringing back our steel workers who have been so badly hurt. so badly hurt whose jobs have been stolen by the dumping of steel all over the state and frankly all over the country by china and other countries. nobody -- >> donald trump and mike pence in pennsylvania talking about their policies. donald trump interestingly talking abou
MSNBC
Nov 11, 2016 9:00am PST
for checks and balances. the united states could walk away, reimpose sanctions, but china, russia, the european states are probably unlikely to follow suit. you could then try to pressure your allies. also to break away from the deal. but it wouldn't be so easy as tearing up the agreement because it is a six-party agreement. the war on isis which is going to be a war starting on day one. the promise to tear up the iran deal is going to be a challenge which he promised to do. that's just one of many. i think you were going to ask about israel as well. >> the point is we have had other incomes presidents, usually republicans saying we'll move the embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem. but as you and i know that could just spark a palestinian revolt. they view jerusalem as their capitol as well. the embassy has been in tel aviv as a compromise to avoid reigniting trouble on the ground. >> for several years when there was an uprising with the arab spring you noticed israel has gone quiet. the peace process is more or less dead. there is no peace process. while the arab world has been in
MSNBC
Nov 15, 2016 9:00am PST
but russia, china, 15 members of the u.n. security council who voted 15-0 for the agreement. this is an international agreement and, quite frankly, countries can pull out of it, too. it's only as good as it works and this one has worked. i think that's the comment the president made the other day that's so important. iran has complied with the agreement. >> of course, the critics on the hill say iran has not and i'm not the expert. i'm not a weapons inspector. i can't tell you. >> right. >> whether or not they have. >> well, the iaea in four series of reports have said they have indeed complied with the agreement. it is keeping iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon and even the intelligence analysts in israel and political leadership in israel was against this agreement have said israel is more secure for at least the next decade. so when mr. giuliani or anyone else says it's time to renegotiate it with what leverage to do it's very important to keep it in place and keep their feet to the fire to comply with the agreement. >> you suggested that rudy giuliani would have a lot of issues
MSNBC
Dec 5, 2016 9:00am PST
china under president obama, a former presidential candidate hyimself in 2012. a governor of utah could be helpful in navigating this recent controversy over taiwan and china as we have been reporting on president-elect trump took a phone call from the leader of taiwan. neither china nor the u.s. recognized taiwan for some time. the trump transition team saying it is not a shift in policy. bottom line that's why someone like john huntsman would be interesting at this point in time. the search is including other folks like rex tillerson, someone who is the ceo for exxon mobi mobile. he's expected at trump tower this week. there are other names we have been watching. bob corker, john bolton. this search is expanding and trump transition officials insist he's not rushing to make the decision. it is a critical decision and he wants to make it in due time. peter? >> let's ask about another high profile figure walking through the halls of trump tower, the former vice president al gore. we know he won't meet with donald trump. he will meet with ivanka. the subject is climate change. dona
MSNBC
Nov 7, 2016 9:00am PST
. for his tough talk about china he uses chinese steel in his hotels. he's given jobs to chiend steel workers not americans. for his tough talk on trade, the trade war he threatens to trigger might well damage the auto industry all over again. every time my administration brought a trade enforcement case against china that's been decided the united states of america has won. that's how you stand up for american workers. so to every auto worker on the assembly line here in michigan, every small business owner, every bar keep, teacher in communities that depend on the auto industry, i think i have earned some credibility here. [ cheers ] plants that were closing when i took office are working double shifts now. the auto industry has record sales. i think i have earned some credibility here. [ cheers ] manufacturing jobs have grown at the fastest rate since the '90s when another clinton was president. i think we have earned some credibility here. so when i tell you that donald trump is not the guy who's going to look out for you, you need to listen. do not be bamboozled. don't fall for t
MSNBC
Nov 28, 2016 9:00am PST
castro went to modern china for the first time. raul castro was impressed with the chinese model of one party stayed with economic liberalism, capitalism essentially and all the development had gone on. the inequality of income and the division of society into haves and have nots and the way people are getting rich. he didn't like it one bit. he was a true believer in the antiquated communist system he put in place. as long as he drew breath any attempt to modernize, limits beyond which it was difficult for him to go. >> whether he will roll back a lot of what has been done by president obama by executive order. congress only can lift the embargo. by executive order we have internet service spreading throughout cuba. banking. we can use a credit card here. before it was cash because of the embargo and a waiver only because we were journalists. this happening not tourism. that's still prohibited but people who come for cultural exchanges and there is a broad definition. do you think donald trump from what we know from "the art of the deal has packed interest here. is he going to unroll t
MSNBC
Dec 7, 2016 9:00am PST
china over taiwan, like he sent a signal when he went to carrier in indiana. here he's sending a signal to the military industrial complex, if you will, including those who do business with china that there is a new sheriff in town. it can be part of a wake-up call that donald trump is sending to let everyone know that, again, things will be different under him. >> different-good? different-bad? >> i think different-good. i voted for him. i think it will be different-good. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >>> now to developing tragic news out of pakistan. rescue crews are at the crash site of a plane that went down north of islamabad. airline officials say 48eople were on board and all are now presumed dead. the cause of the crash not clear. pakist pakist pakistani military says 36 bodies have been recovered. we'll bring you updates as we receive them. >>> coming up, the latest on the oakland warehouse fire. what the city knew about the conditions inside after video obtained by nbc news shows police officers walking through the warehouse in october. more next on "andrea mitchell re
MSNBC
Nov 17, 2016 9:00am PST
also china and the south china sea, some of the aggression that's been involved in the balance ti baltics with russia, syria, iraq, afghanistan, all of those things are very important. also, we have a president who, let's face it, approaches things with an exclamation point. i mean, when he does it, he does it in a big way. and i think what might be good is someone to complement that and to be able to pragmatically go about making things happen in the kind of way that furts o furthers our country's national interest. i can't imagine a greater privilege than advancing our country's national interest around the world. i know numbers of people will be interested in that. as you know, as top diplomat, the top diplomat, if they are successful, then they're doing everything they can in ensuring the men and women in uniform that we love and respect so much are less likely to be involved in kinetic activity where their lives are at stake. it's a very important job, economically, national security wise and every other way. >> senator corker, thank you very much. we'll be right back. [vo] q
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