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MSNBC
Jan 6, 2016 6:00am PST
that the outside world can do to influence north korea, even here in china, which is north korea's closest ally, but with which -- with which the relationship has been very strained in recent times. >> melinda liu, thank you for being with me this morning. appreciate your time. >>> i want to bring in steve clemens, washington editor at large for "the atlantic" and msnbc contributor. good to see you. >> good to see you, josÉ. >> what do you think happened and why now? >> i think north korea just gave the middle finger to china. china has joined under xi jinping a regime, increasingly tightened the screws on north korea which they're the primary patron of because of the embarrassing antics and behavior of kim jong-un. i think that kim jong-un is sending a signal that he continues to be independent and, you know, he continues this trail of what all of us see as highly reckless behavior but he is doing it with increasingly powerful nuclear weapons. i think you just called the important distinction. it almost doesn't matter at some level whether this was a thermo nuclear hydrogen bomb
MSNBC
Nov 11, 2015 6:00am PST
trump. he said the transpacific trade pact, quote, was designed for china to come in through the back door and take advantage of everyone. >> trump was being asked what particular parts of the transpacific trade deal he objected to. he sort of made it sound like the whole thing was a plot for china to exert its muscle. actually the logic for the u.s. is the opposite. firstly, as senator rand paul pointed out. china is not part of the transpacific trade deal. it is an agreement between the u.s. and 11 other pacific asian countries. so china is not even in it. he also then went on to, in answering the question, say that one of the problems with the deal is that it doesn't address chinese manipulation of its currency. the u.n. he says that the u.n. is between 15% and 40% undervalued against the u.s. dollar. this is really an outdated talking point. in the past couple years the chinese have let the currency float a little bit more and it has appreciated against the dollar. the international monetary fund says it's basically fairly valued. >> it's also important to say that in the tpp
MSNBC
Mar 11, 2016 6:00am PST
including airplanes flying into the world trade center. >> the answer is not sumplly to yell china bad, muslims bad. >> a strong america is what the entire world is begging for. >> joe want to be to politically correct i loo i can to solve problems. >> i'm not interested in being politically correct. i want to be social security. >> any politician that doesn't step forward and address it is not being a real leader. >> the bottom line is we can't just continue to tip toe around this. >> there are only two of us that have a path to winning the nomination, donald and myself. >> he is always saying i'm the only one that beat donald in six contests and i beat him -- but i beat him in 13 contests. >> well, first of all, let's not gsh math doesn't tell the whole story in politics, what's true today is not necessarily true tomorrow. >> i believe that at the end of this process this nation will make the right choice. >> and during that debate donald trump was also asked about recent incidents of violence at his rallies, that including this 78-year-old man who was caught on tape striking a prote
MSNBC
Dec 10, 2015 6:00am PST
in china. they're not rg lated. >> you don't know what safety defects they can be introducing. >> thing about eest. britain just confiscated 15,000 who have are boards saying the cheap lithium batteries are dangerous. meanwhile the u.s. safety commission says it now getting daily reports of people falling off their board, broken bones and head wounds, as who have are board mania takes hold. we did hear from one hover board maker who says the problem with these batteries that are catching fire, they claim they're from cheaper model. >> that's a great tip. >> how many times did you have to do that stand-up? >> literally 20 times before i could stand up and not fall off the board. i got one for christmas coming your way. >> thanks, buddy. >> and the west has been hammered storm after storm after storm, imagine flooding in the area. it's california's turn for high wends, rain and snow. bill karins will be here with the forecast next. you could choose a card that limits where you earn bonus cash back. or, you could make things easier on yourself. that's right, the quicksilver card
MSNBC
Nov 23, 2015 6:00am PST
another propaganda video threatening attacks here in the united states, europe, russia and china. i'm joined now by "washington post" national security correspondent greg miller. greg, great seeing you. so you got a rare look inside the isis propaganda machine speaking with isis defectors. tell me what you found. >> reporter: well, what we found was that this is an army unto itself inside the islamic state and one that is given a great deal of prestige and priority by the organization. so as you said, we met with defectors, including defectors who are now in prison in morocco to try to get a better understanding of how this propaganda mechanism, this apparatus works. and i mean it is very tightly controlled and organized within syria and iraq. there are media teams in every district. there's sort of a hierarchy. these cameramen get a month of training upon arrival. they get assignments on slips of paper and there are in almost every district production groups that could be in safe houses or other structures where they're using computers to put together the footage that is generated ev
MSNBC
Oct 27, 2015 6:00am PDT
see. about a front-runner, you get analyzed 15 different ways from china and a lot of things will come out. >> cnbc's john harwood and holly jackson in boulder ahead of tomorrow's debate. good to see you both. is this a way good for trump? >> no. i don't think so. because i think it bothers him. by the way, isn't it 15 ways from sunday? not 15 ways from chinchina? >> depends on where you're looking at the map. >> right. donald trump built the aura around winning and leading. you know how many times he's said i'm leading every poll? when he fell behind ben carson in iowa, we saw donald trump really go after ben carson in a way that we had n't seen. that creates an unpredictable dynamic i think going into the debate having him, it is not confirmed by other polls. we don't know if that's going to prove to be a trend but very interesting and i think we need to watch what sort of demeanor he brings. >> yeah. i mean, as far as the campaign, the trump campaign, it seems to be already focusing on a lot of attack against carson, right, john? >> exactly. and, you know, donald trump has said
MSNBC
Dec 8, 2015 6:00am PST
country that we're supposed -- russia hates us. china hates us. we're not talking too much with the muslim problem there. but you go around the middle east blew up around president obama and hillary clinton. it's a war zone. you look at iraq, you look at iran. iran just took us to the cleaners with a deal where they got $150 billion and they can have all the nuclear weapons -- within ten years they'll have more nuclear weapons than we ever had. when you say about our relationships with other countries, for the most part we have no relationships with other countries. we have been in free fall as far as relationships are concerned. i guarantee you, our relationships will be far better than they are right now, because right now we have no -- we have a president that was not meant to be president. he is a disaster. >> you've wave the ban for the middle eastern countries. >> of course. >> we hawere engaged in a cold r where the actual balance of the human race hung in the balance. we feared nuclear war. we still let russians come to america though, despite the fact that the danger was actually
MSNBC
Dec 14, 2015 6:00am PST
our relationship with china, with vietnam. that's true with our relationship with a lot of countries around the world. but what we're constantly doing about if being be in because they have interests now that are increasingly at stake. >> what's interesting is that there be, if that is quadruple it. if sfchlt. >> it a better approach than the attempted isolation that the united states pursued for decades. the argument is it didn't get us anywhere, didn't promote human right in cuba and didn't clar they pri this tr is more lickly aprf the coon of of many f, something we haven't seen in decades. the president has long many prised to close down the guantanamo bay naval base, specifically the prison there. he did at that before he was elected president. i know he talked about the vetting process about releasing people from given. let listen into that, pannia. >> i am absolutely swad fmt testimony in terms of any kind of return to the fit by people who were released by acele, hundreds of people is been released. and they many frrmt 400, 500, 600 people who get released, that a h
MSNBC
Oct 15, 2015 6:00am PDT
different cultures, we're all under the same sky. >>> up next, we send china our recycling. they send us back goods like electronics and furniture. it sounds like an interesting tradeoff, but is it good for jobs and u.s. businesses? >>> plus, we're minutes away from a major announcement by the president on troop levels in afghanistan. stay with us. we'll be right back. proud of you, son. ge! a manufacturer. well that's why i dug this out for you. it's your grandpappy's hammer and he would have wanted you to have it. it meant a lot to him... yes, ge makes powerful machines. but i'll be writing the code that will allow those machines to share information with each other. i'll be changing the way the world works. (interrupting) you can't pick it up, can you? go ahead. he can't lift the hammer. it's okay though! you're going to change the world. at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like playing the boss equals the boss wins. wow! is it the insightful strategies and analytical capabilities that make edward jones one of the biggest financial services firms in the c
MSNBC
Jan 19, 2016 6:00am PST
the u.s. and i think the sense is while china is slowing, maybe the chinese situation isn't as bad or as contagious as people thought it was going to be. we up now but, man, some big beatings last week. >> absolutely. in the u.s. the jobs numbers continue to look good, we've had this long economic expanse that's looked better and yet there are always these worryingnd kateors around the world. china is one of our largest trading partners. it's actually our third largest export partner. we sell more stuff to china that mexico. and there's all sorts of trouble in europe. i think the question has been how long can the u.s. sustain the kind of lonely expansion we've been having, even if things stay strong here, we can be dragged down the p by the rest of the world's economy. >> i like that you mention that, the fact is that we sell more stuff to mexico than to china. >> it sort of makes sense. >> it does but not everybody talks about that. a lot of people don't think that's the reality. hey, then the other issue, josh, is prices of oil, they keep dropping. >> except they're up a little bit
MSNBC
Nov 30, 2015 6:00am PST
emitter in the world, china. president xi and president obama disagree on a whole range of things but on this they have been showing cooperation, along with otherworld l world leaders. he's going to be meeting with india. he has a much closer relationship with the prime minister there but all of this aimed at bettes- getting every nation on the planet to commit to doing better. the president stopped at bataclan, it was a poignant moment as it been for the 150 world leaders that have come here. today it is shifting begin. even though where where you go, their staffs and diplomats will be staying for a week or two weeks to work on the details of what they want to accomplish in this climate summit. yesterday we saw just how high tensions can get here. there were a number of protesters who showed up where we have been for most of the last two weeks, which has become a sort of memorial. there was tear gas, pepper spray after some of those protesters threw bottles and being and they're hoping this is end it what will otherwise be a productive and quiet summit here, jose. >> chris jansin
MSNBC
Dec 24, 2015 6:00am PST
counterfeit. they come from factories in china that don't have the same safety procedures and oversight issues that we do in the united states. so it's something the feds are trying to wrap their heads around. they're investigating it at the moment and they're expected to come out with some sort of report or analysis coming up pretty soon. >> for folks that have invested in this, while you don't want to give an endorsement of certain products, are there better boards to do your research on? >> i think so. i think there's a lot of sites out there that can sort of provide the information that consumers need in order to sort of make an informed decision about whether or not to purchase these products. i think that what consumers need to keep in mind, there's a number of name brands that sell these products. they should make sure that they're buying it from the manufacturers themselves as opposed to from third-party vendors like mall kiosks or somebody out on the street corner, for that matter. and they should be mindful of sort of the charging aspects of this, charging of the batteries of
MSNBC
Oct 19, 2015 6:00am PDT
. right now the dow slightly lower, starting off this monday after new economic numbers on china shows slowing growth for the world's second-largest economy. mandy drury has the latest from cnbc world headquarters. >> reporter: peter, you're absolutely right. stocks are very soggy this morning. the main event waps the chibz d chinese data with the economy growing at.9% a quarter. that's a growth rate enviable for a lot of other countries but certainly not good in china because it is actually the weakest level since 2009. it was still slightly better than expected which means it might not unleash the big stimulus that some were hoping for from authorities there. mind you, we do take that data with a grain of salt. but nonetheless, it is sort of like a situation where it is not so weak as to immediately get that stimulus the market was wanting, and it is not so strong as for everybody to say well everything's okay. but what it does do is it just keeps pressure on the global markets because china is a big worry and of course we also have lots of other things to concern ourselves with like
MSNBC
Oct 26, 2015 6:00am PDT
might not see eye to eye with, russia, china, and you can't fire them. but you could start a war by calling them a loser or an idiot? >> well, i'm doing that, and i haven't actually done that on this campaign. i haven't even called any of my opponents, if you want to call them opponents -- i went to an ivy league person. i'm an intelligent person. i know when to speak and when to be politically correct. >> i would like to ask you what your specific action plan would be for dealing with the large number, millions, of illegal immigrants currently in the united states that are drawing on our resources? >> oh, you're going to vote for me because i'm the only one doing it. if you look at carson, he's very weak on illegal immigration. bush said they come in for love. if you look at rubio, he was a member of the gang of eight. he's way down, anyway, but this guy was so weak, and then all of a sudden, he said, well, maybe i can't do that because he went down. they're weak on immigration. i'm the only one who's really, really strong. >> you said syrian refugees fleeing conflict in their coun
MSNBC
Mar 9, 2016 6:00am PST
our industry, our jobs from china and japan, and by the way, mexico, which has taken so many of our jobs. >> but when you talk about -- when you talk about deporting people and you talk about building a wall, and you talk about banning muslims -- >> i talk about deporting people who are here illegally. i also talk about people coming in, cokie. i talk about deporting people that are here illegally. they're here illegally. we either have a country or we don't. i talk about deporting people that are here illegally. >> what about the effect on children? >> cokie, i also talk about building a wall. and oftentimes i'll say, there's going to be a big, beautiful door in that wall. and people are going to come into our country because we want people to come in. we want people to -- >> what about the children, mr. trump? what about what the children are hearing from you and how they are responding to it? >> well, i think people are responding very positively. >> children, i asked. >> you know, make america great again is a very positive message. it's not a negative message. >> unless you thi
MSNBC
Jan 27, 2016 6:00am PST
china. china is their biggest overseas market began to show signs of economic softness this month. that has a lot of investors spooked. all in all a bit of a whiff. after years of hyper growth, apple is beginning to look a little bit more like a value play rather than a juggernaut. jose? >> speaking of value. so apple is still sitting on a huge mountain of cash? >> huge. $216 billion. ceo tim cook boasted it is the mother of all balance sheets. incredible. they built this up because they're making 2/3 of their money abroad. basically one of the most profitable companies of all time but investors now want to see what's going to be next for apple. it's probably not going to be apple music. they sort of stumbled with the launch of apple tv. of course, the rumors of the electric cars coming from apple are many years off. jose? >> olivia, has the stock been affected? >> very much so. so the stock is trading now below $100. apple, again, the most valuable company by market cap. trading at a multiple of 11. compare that to google which is trading at 37 times. facebook at 97. clearly a di
MSNBC
Feb 10, 2016 6:00am PST
security concerns about korea to china. it's not -- that's not strong to call for a 45% tariff across the board that would lead to a global depression. the things that he says needs to be challenged. so i will do that. look, i'm not -- this is not beanbag, i know that when you go against donald trump he gets all upset and starts tweeting a firestorm of insults, but to show my steadiness and to show his lack of steadiness is part of the process over the next ten days. this is a national security primary in south carolina. people are concerned about are we going to support our troops, are we going to support our military, are we going to end the sequester, are we going to support the veterans? my case will be about national security issues. >> jeb bush, we will see you on the campaign trail. thank you for being on the show this morning. >> thank you, governor. congratulations. >> we'll see you in charleston. >> we'll see you in charleston. yes. if yand you're talking toevere rheumyour rheumatologiste me, about a biologic... this is humira. this is humira helping to relieve my pain and p
MSNBC
Mar 28, 2016 6:00am PDT
and opportunity, and experts say cruz's plan will bring jobs back from china. >> the new ad from the ted cruz campaign, it started airing over the weekend in the state of wisconsin. cruz hoping to build on the coalition that elected scott walker governor in 2010 and that kept him there through a recall and a tight re-election race in 2014. an average of the latest polls in wisconsin shows trump leading by less than two points. cruz right on his heels in that state. this with just eight days to go until the crucial wisconsin primary. and to preview that contest, let's bring in scott bauer, associated press correspondent based in madison, wisconsin. scott, thanks for taking a few minutes. let's start on the republican side out there. i keep hearing, when we put polls up like we just did, that shows is polls very close to trump, they say, cruz has not done well in these bigger, northern states, and yet here he is, right behind donald trump. one of the reasons people keep telling me is that conservative talk radio in wisconsin is particularly powerful and particularly anti-trump, what ca
MSNBC
Apr 18, 2016 6:00am PDT
candidate, someone like donald trump who is hitting all the right notes when it comes to jobs, china and mexico. no, it's not upstate new york. i think you'd have to look to a couple of congressional districts, perhaps long island or some of the five boroughs. but i believe donald trump could win all 95, but let's say it's 85. that's still, to use donald trump's term, huge victory tomorrow for donald trump. >> the other headline out of the weekend. ted cruz did really well at the state convention in wyoming. also these conventions in states around the country. some of them states where donald trump won the primary. but then there's this whole process for picking delegates where the cruz campaign has been excelling. i know your candidate has been saying and your campaign has been saying how unfair you feel the process is. but these are the rules of the process and ted cruz's campaign it seems at least from afar is much better positioned organizationally to take advantage of them. just in terms of the organizational issue is that something that concerns you? is the trump campaign organized
MSNBC
Jan 22, 2016 6:00am PST
went to north korea with a tour group based in china, who's released this statement -- "we can confirm that the reports that one of our clients has been detained in pyongyang are true. their family have been informed and we are in contact with the swedish embassy and also assisting the u.s. department of state closely with regards to the situation." we haven't heard from the student himself, and of course, we don't know his side of the story. jose? >> and i mean, we don't -- when was he detained? do we know that? >> yeah, detained nearly three weeks ago. and you know, the whole thing has been silent until today. >> right. >> u.s. diplomats in south korea, we're told, are working on this. and john kasich, the ohio governor, in the last few minutes has demanded the student's release, saying it's inexcusable and he should be returned immediately. >> bill neely in london, thank you very much. >>> back here in the united states, we're on blizzard watch. check out this drone video shot earlier over the streets of charlotte, north carolina. not a lot of sun there this morning. the fir
MSNBC
Jan 7, 2016 6:00am PST
with china. how much through is is as the market was actually down 3% in hong kong and 2% in japan. dominic chu joins us. what's going on in china? >> jose, you said it. you're talking about a stock market that lacks stability. again, china's stock market is the focus for a lot of traders throughout right now. up just showed that graphic that said shanghai composite stocks are down 7%. the reason why they weren't down more is because they shut the stock market down. it's the second time when and then it happens falls further, we're going to in a -- the stock markets overall in china were on open for about 30 minutes today overall before they shut things down and that include as 15-minute pause to let things settle down. as we talk about the concerns about china, it's about the economy. we've known that for a while, jose. we've known that the chinese has been slow down and there are concerns about whether or not you can trust the number it may just be the they were also dropping. today's numbers, boy, they're just dropping like a rock. 212 points and it keeps dropping and dropping.
MSNBC
Jan 4, 2016 6:00am PST
markets in china and geo political angst in the middle east may be affecting the market, down now 240, 250 and counting. this has we're watching this start of trading day in the new year. again, it has reappeared at the start of the new year prompting a global stock sell off as far as the volatile markets in asia. we'll continue to follow this as the markets continue to drop now down 259. and now 266. i want to turn back to pete williams in talking about the first order of business for the president in coming back to work and talk about the legal ramifications. we've seen the legal fight in the past, we expect it again, even with some backlash politically, with some fellow democrats as well to be considered by the president. >> it depends not only on what he does but how he does it. one example is looking at the court battle we're going on now about the president's immigration plan to allow some people to stay here in america, despite the fact that they are here illegally. that court ruling is based on how he did it, not so much what he did. if, for example, this is subject for im
MSNBC
Jan 5, 2016 6:00am PST
yesterday's stock selloffs, worries about china' economy and the turmoil in the middle east. the dow jones industrial fell to its worst start in 16 years. the nasdaq sinking more than 2%. josh, good morning. >> hey, jose. how are you? >> good. what is it about china that has investors so worried? >> china is the second largest economy in the world. when there's weakness there, it can show up of where else it's hard to export stuff to china when their economy is slowing done. it's been clear for a year that's been going on. we got data yesterday indicating manufacturing was a little weaker in china. and they've had all this turmoil in their stock market, a provision they put in for six months preventing investors from selling their stock expires on friday and people are nervous about that. today it was more quiet, stocks down 1%. it's looking like a much quieter day in stocks today than yesterday and we'll probably see that here. >> the chinese regime, what impact does it have overs stock market there? >> more there. when chinese data comes out, the numbers aren't totally made up but there
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2016 6:00am PST
continued worries about china and falling oil prices. the dow both -- i should say the dow and s&p 500 both fell nearly 2%. olivia stearns, good morning. what's happening? >> good morning, jose. it's been a very, very difficult start to the new year, even if this morning's sentiment has turned around a little bit. since the start of 2016, more than 3d trillion has been wiefd off global equities markets. here in the u.s., almost $1.8 trillion wiped off just since january 1st, wiped off of american stocks. the s&p and the nasdaq are both officially in correction territory. that manse they are down 10% from their recent peak. the dow jones industrial average is almost there as well. it's actually, as you will remember, a pretty lousy stock market for a couple months now. the stock market has moved side ways since mid last year. the s&p's last high was back in may 21st. let look what the dow has done over the course of last year. remember back in january of 2014 when the dow hit 18,000. look at this. we are back closer to 16,000 right now. so there is a lot of pain out there. one of the pr
MSNBC
Jan 15, 2016 6:00am PST
industrials. utilities aren't seeing as much business. all in all, once again the focus on china. off 3.5% today. concern that the world's second largest economy is slowing and oil, they dipped below $30 a barrel. the lowest it's been since 2004. >> olivia, why is it so low? that's a really low number? >> sort of the perfect storm for oil right now. there's a supply side story, demand side story. demand is lower because people are worried that china in particular is slowing. on the supply side in the u.s. we have doubled production in the u.s. abroad, opec countries have cut production to try to drive the price higher. in large part that's because they're hoping to flush out the u.s. shale producers. so far it hasn't worked yet, although there are concerns. finally any day now iran could come back on the market with its supplies, flooding the market even further. we're just waiting for them to get the rubber stamp from the iea. jose? >> olivia, there are news from walmart. >> yeah, news out that they're going to close 269 stores globally. that's in the u.s. and around the world. in the u.
MSNBC
Jan 20, 2016 6:00am PST
things. i mean, you look at china. a $505 billion. we have a trade deficit. what they get, what we get. $505 billion. a year! this isn't like in 20 years. this is a year. goes on. it goes on. and i have some of the great business leaders endorse me like carl icahn. who is a fantastic guy and a fantastic business leader. when he endorsed me, i mean, a lot of other business leaders also want to endorse me. problem is nobody ever heard of them. i said you don't have to endorse me. nobody knows who you are. you could be worth 5 million bucks but nobody cares. they're great negotiators and they want to do great things for the country. take china -- i have been talking about china for years. nobody knows how to negotiate with these people. i made a lot of money with china and dealing with china. i own a major building in california along with a phenomenal building, the bank of america building in san francisco. 1290 avenue of the americas. big chunk of that. dealing with the chinese. i sell condos to the chinese a lot. i have them as tenants. the biggest bank of the world is a tenant of mine
MSNBC
Feb 23, 2016 6:00am PST
the first time he sort of spelled out generally he says if they could build a wall in china, the great wall of china, then what would prevent us from building a wall, the united states from building a wall along the border with mexico? last night he seemed to suggest that perhaps the model for building that wall would be the wall around the vatican. you will remember that he got into a spat back and forth with the pope when the pope seemed to suggest that anybody who builds walls is not a christian. it looks like that spat is over, the vatican has said he was not specifically trying to attack donald trump, but nonetheless donald trump hanging on to that issue of, well, if they could build a wall around the vatican, maybe we should model our wall after that. steve. >> all right. kerry sanders in the biggest little city in the world, reno, nevada. thank you for that. >>> nevada republicans not heading to their caucuses for another 11 hours or so, that will be much later today. results not coming in possibly for hours after that. took two and a half days by the way four years ago to
MSNBC
Mar 7, 2016 6:00am PST
white house china. so she was roundly criticized for that and for being elitist and not just hollywood, but just too glamorous. at the time it hurt them but she famously appeared at a show, a skit, journalists and power breakers -- power brokers i should say and people from the hill and all of these people seeing her dressed as a char woman and singing secondhand clothes to the tune of secondhand rose from funny girl. after that she began to regain some -- you know, some grudging respect in washington. then with her just say no campaign that substantively got her into the realm of public service more than just being part of the glitzy scene. but i think it was also seeing her devotion to her husband after the assassination attempt and then gradually he went through cancer, she had breast cancer, they had their ups and downs in the white house and she weathered all of those storms and most famously the iran-contra mess, a huge scandal that at one point threatened to take down the presidency in the second term and she basically cleaned house, got rid of don regan. brought in the highly r
MSNBC
Oct 12, 2015 6:00am PDT
the distance between pyongyang and this, the capital of china. >> you just said a ton right there, bill. tell me what it's like to be in that country that rarely lets people like you in there. what was it like? what did you sense, what did you smell, what did you feel when you were able to walk through there? >> reporter: well, it really was extraordinary, jose. i mean i've been in lots of repressive regimes, iran, iraq, libya, syria, and even the old soviet union before it fell. but north korea does really top them all. it is a totalitarian state, a big brother style state where you are watched all the time, where you don't question the regime. people don't even have the mental capacity to know how to question. they're not taught independent thinking. they're taught to be blindly obedient. this is a cult, the cult of the kims, and they do simply blindly aveil. i'll give you an example. in schools that teach english, people are taught the past, present and future tense like this. we have killed americans, we kill americans, we will kill americans. america is enemy number one and t
MSNBC
Oct 28, 2015 6:00am PDT
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Jan 29, 2016 6:00am PST
memorial. i talked to some people here, international visitors, a group from china. when i said we were reporting about donald trump, the woman recognized that name immediately and said he is very rich. well, the veterans i talked to last night made that point as well. but what was interesting to me in talking with some veterans at an american legion post in suburban virginia, that one man in particular who had served in the army during the vietnam era talked about how despite the billions and the big deals that donald trump has made so much a part of his career and his story in this political year, they described feeling a connection to him, which might surprise people. i was a little struck by it as well. and in talking about trump skipping the debate and going for this veterans event separately, i was asking them to play political analyst for a moment, and most said that they thought it was fine for him to step aside from the debate. and they really appreciated the attention to veterans needs and causes. and said there isn't enough about that in the political cycle. sometimes the can
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Mar 28, 2016 6:00am PDT
tv-commercial experts say cruz's plan will bring jobs back from china. >> the new ad from the ted cruz campaign, it started airing over the weekend in the state of wisconsin. cruz hoping to build on the coalition that elected scott
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