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plant. and i continuing is clear, no one wants to have air like china rivers, but when ou look at how the regulatory state has been used, make some competitive. anyone thinks we will return to era of early has trial age, but balance tipped too far to the regulatory camp. more call from stacy in silver spring, maryland. caller: hi. morning. i was just thinking maybe trump his business back and maybe ignite other ompanies to bring their business back. thank you. guest: well, we were talking earlier about trump's economic coming together. what you will see as break from the past, where you see a lot of people coming from the public sector, government folks going into government, you will see a private sector folks going into government and if ou -- people, i think you look at who voted for trump, people are voting because they want to see economic growth. is history books we'll take a look back on donald he p and see like, hey, did get the economy growing at 3%? if he does, he will be he doesn't, he didn't get the economy growing, that is what it is based on. is freedomworks, the website
was born in a different country. in china, when we were living in hong kong, my second son we adopted in india. in my third was born in the united states. so we have a superpower balance. [laughter] amy f: i also have three children. i practice mindfulness. people have seen me in the parking lot at work. some people say i fight you were asleep in your car. we are sleeping? no, i was just letting anything go. that's one of the things i like to do. -- i was just letting everything go. that's one of the things i like to do. salle: regular exercise. i have a lot of things. before uber i used to play, tennis seriously. i had to take up more efficient ways of exercising. but i try to block off that time every morning for myself to do something that is healthy, relieves some stress but also has a little bit of mine space. my husband is now test mind space. my husband is now the managing [indiscernible] that's not the reason why i left. we speculate. i'm also raising three boys. i think where you ask this , there was a question earlier about how you balance or how do you make it work.
that as we speak, he somewhere in the air, going to australia or china for israel or france. he is constantly on the road. we are out of time. this is a memoir called never look an american in the eye. >> thank you very much. ♪ [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2016] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> for free transcripts or to give us your comments about this q&a.org. visit us at also available as podcasts. >> we are live now at the brookings institution here in washington dc for a discussion about the politics of the arab world. we will be hearing from former secretary of state madeleine albright and former national security advisor stephen hadley. at 6:30 eastern, we will be live from the council on foreign relations for a conversation about presidential transitions. we're just waiting for the former secretary of state madeleine albright and former national security adviser, stephen hadley, for this discussion about the politics of the arab world. >> good a
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