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MSNBC
Nov 14, 2017 3:00am PST
quote this is humira at work. >>> the way they've treated us, the respect that japan and china and south korea in particular because we went there was red carpet like nobody i think has probably ever received. >> made a lot of friends at the highest level, whether it's china and the incredible -- incredible opening they gave us, that unbelievable evening, people really have never seen anything like it. and japan likewise it was a tremendous rollout and we from the moment we walked off the plane and back onto the plane and south korea as you know, we made a speech. i believe seldom has there been the opportunity to speak for somebody from the outside world in that -- and coming to the philippines was terrific. and coming to vietnam was terrific. vietnam treated us incredibly, as did the philippines, we could not have been treated nicer. >> he got to speak in the jedi
MSNBC
May 20, 2016 3:39am PDT
these countries won't be taking advantage of us. you look at what's going on with china and mexico. everybody takes advantage of the united states and we are $19 trillion. >> we heard you say nabisco is going down to mexico. you shouldn't have made an oreo joke at chris christie's fundraiser. >> you thought that was not appropriate? >> i don't think you should have made an oreo joke to chris christie. >> i have a question. we had former defense secretary robert gates on the show yesterday. i'm going to play for you a bit of what he had to say. he had concerns about both candidates, you and hillary clinton. take a listen. >> i think they are especially apprehensive about the unpredictability and the threats of mr. trump. and some of the things he's said from having japan and south korea have nuclear weapons to breaking off the relationship with with china and so on and so forth. these are all serious concern. the worry is that even before the election, countries begin to take steps to offset these dangers or these perceived shifts in u.s. policy in ways that put greater distance bet
MSNBC
Nov 30, 2015 4:03am PST
quote , we're practically not allowed to use coal anymore. what do we do with it? we ship it to china and they
MSNBC
Apr 17, 2017 3:00am PDT
president continuing to play the china card here, working closely with beijing to put pressure on these guys. a lot of mystery whether this was a failed launch or american cyber capabilities had something to do with it. >> how about a third option? how about china? you know china is there. china already sent a message. we know you promise add launch here. it would be in your best interest for this launch to not be successful. >> that's certainly true, not be successful. in a funny way, even more worried about north korean missile advance than we are about nuclear warhead advance. we think they have got pretty much the weapons. worried about long-range missil missiles, accuracy. it could be the missile test failed. they have had failed missile tests before. what it shows is essentially the entire conversation changed. for a couple decades this has drifted. north korea advanced. what the administration has done is say we're not going to tolerate this. secretary of state says strategic patience is over. this has now come to a head. what we're basically telling china, if you don't wan
MSNBC
Sep 5, 2017 3:00am PDT
decisions they didn't want to face, like china. >> as we talk about these two leaders and then mattis and till areson and kelly, the only problem is when you talk about the mags ality of the leaders and a will the of this conversation, i honestly did not know which leader you were talking about, l it was trump and the north korean leader. and that's the sort of the elephant in the room, that we are dealing with a president that some might argue is very hungry for war or is hungry to make unhinged decisionsand i'm not sure how much influence our foreign policy leaders have over that ultimately had a decision is made. you remember over a year ago general hayden staying on our show that it was quick, it's quick when it happens. so there's in part was. sfm a major nuclear tests. north korea has a strog mag nrngs south korea, i have told them their talk of frj to discuss north korea. thank you. the ups. sf sfrj. >> pretty extreme measures being talked about. and i'd just point out that the justice department went on the record after an investigation that cost money stay. complete lie. >> and w
MSNBC
Nov 24, 2010 6:00am EST
. >> do you think donald trump wants to invade china because he sees a market over there? >> no. that's not his concept. wait till you hear it. it's good. and my dad will be on who has a great piece in the financial times, america and china's first big test. we'll talk about that. >>> south korea says it has found bodies of two civilians bringing the death toll in yesterday's attack to four. the news comes as president obama pledges to hold joint military exercises with south korea as a first response to the north's prove investigation. the president met with top advisors on the issue in the white house situation room yesterday. the administration released a statement saying, quote, this evening president obama called president lee to tell him the united states shoulder and shoulder with our close friend and ally, the republic of korea. the united states will work with the international korea to strongly condemn this outrageous action by north korea and advance peace and security in the region. nbc news has also learned new details about the incident. for more than an hour the two sides
MSNBC
Aug 24, 2012 6:00am EDT
tropical storm, maybe a hurricane. governor rick scott of florida will join us live. later, made in china, the director of a new documentary explores why jobs in china could be in silicon valley instead. keep it on "morning joe." ♪ atmix of energies.ve the world needs a broader that's why we're supplying natural gas to generate cleaner electricity... that has around 50% fewer co2 emissions than coal. and it's also why, with our partner in brazil, shell is producing ethanol - a biofuel made from renewable sugarcane. >>a minute, mom! let's broaden the world's energy mix. let's go. exclusive to the military, and commitment is not limited to one's military oath. the same set of values that drive our nation's military are the ones we used to build usaa bank. with our award winning apps that allow you to transfer funds, pay bills or manage your finances anywhere, anytime. so that wherever your duty takes you, usaa bank goes with you. visit us online to learn what makes our bank so different. of more than 550 miles you'll inevitably find yourself on a desolate highway in your jeep grand cherok
MSNBC
Aug 1, 2011 6:00am EDT
an early look at the markets. and next, the china question, a new documentary what are the challenges facing the u.s. as china rai china rises? first, to bill cairns for a check on the forecast. bill? >> during the month of july, you said to yourself, this is one of the hottest julys i ever remember. good chance you were right. the numbers are in. we're now looking at the all time hottest july ever in washington, d.c. it was so hot it was the hottest average temperature ever for any month in history in washington, d.c. that same record was set in baltimore and philadelphia. so let's hope that august is a little bit cooler. as far as today goes, this isn't the start we wanted. temperatures are going to be in the 90s to 95 degree range from new england to d.c. we'll see some afternoon thunderstorms. those will be appreciated if they cool you off. also, one of the stories to watch today, tropical disturbance, this will likely become our next storm that we'll have to watch, it could have a five-day trek through the islands of the caribbean, could be near florida on saturday. let's hope it
MSNBC
Nov 17, 2011 6:00am EST
my first choice. >>> jon hutsman who served the obama administration as ambassador to china says he no longer has a relationship with the president. appearing on "piers morgan," huntsman says it's time for a change. >> the misery index is up, unemployment is up, joblessness, our place in the has more to offer. but i never can see those two together because there are all of the other people in the middle that aren't going to make it. and i know that's how the process works, but it's a little frustrating, isn't it? >> that's the thing about democracy, it is frustrating in that sense. >> it is actually the people's choice. and michael steele, would you agree, though, that this would be a good match-up? >> yeah, absolutely, mika. and i said earlier this week, you know, i think it's time for huntsman to recognize that there's a wide opening for him if he wants to take it. so he needs to take off the ambassador's cap and put jp his i want to be president cap and get out there and mix it up with the other seven folks on the stage and really clearly show the delineation between where hep wa
MSNBC
Jan 7, 2016 3:00am PST
china stock market plunged more than 7% in a half hour triggering the second trading halt. it's having major impact on the u.s. markets. also, north korea facing broad diplomatic doenl nati diplomat diplomatic condemnation after testing a bomb. we're going to speak to richard haas about that. also, elizabeth warren, did you guys see this? what's going on there? what's she going to do? what do you think is going to happen? >> do you want to read the news report first? >> she's catching eyes with tweet and quickly tweeted again adding that she supports all of the democratic candidates. do you think she got a phone call? >> no, i think she quickly realized her lavish praise of bernie sanders for sticking to the message, she realized. >> i think she was drunk tweeting. >> everybody in america is eventually going to get in trouble for tweeting. everybody. >> it's almost not worth it. >> hillary has moved to the warren sanders. >> i had to put out a statement. >> all right. >> you have the high heels don't you. >> yeah, i wore a jazz heel those days. >> all right. we begin this morning with
MSNBC
Feb 28, 2012 3:00am PST
no ronald reagan. >>> coming up, china, energy and education reform. author breaks down the biggest threats to america's future. keep it here on "morning joe." ♪ under blue moon i saw you [ young man ] whoo-hoo! ♪ so soon you'll take me there he is! the party's arrived. ♪ [ both hiss ] [ screaming, explosions ] oh, he-- [ crickets chirping ] [ owl hooting ] [ gasps ] ♪ fate ♪ up against your will ♪ through the thick and thin chocolate lemonade ? susie's lemonade... the movie. or... we make it pink ! with these 4g lte tablets, you can do business at lightning-fast speeds. we'll take all the strawberries, dave. you got it, kid. we have a winner. we're definitely gonna need another one. small businesses that want to grow use 4g lte technology from verizon. i wonder how she does it. that's why she's the boss. because the small business with the best technology rules. contact the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 1-800-974-6006. three words dad, e-trade financial consultants. they'll hook you up with a solid plan. wa-- wa-- wait a minute; bobby? bobby! what ar
MSNBC
Aug 10, 2017 3:00am PDT
discussing yesterday, may in fact be china. the whole guiding theme of this strategy is that we're saying to china this is so important to us, that north korean missiles are intolerant to the president, either you help us deal with it diplomatically or we're going to deal with it ourselves militarily. that depend on the chinese thinking we really mean it, we'll do it. >> and the president retweets a post saying "potus being unpredictable is a big asset." >> he shouldn't tweet that. >> and donald trump retweeted that. that's what i think you're saying, a madman, the unpredictability. >> if you tweet that you're unpredictab unpredictable, you're giving away the script. come on, trump. >> i was struck by the fear that this is less-than-rational behavior coming out of the ovals office, not the white house but the oval office. and general hayden's words in the "new yorker" magazine is that president trump has little interest in the world, their fear is that the accidental start of a war could easily occur. >> i'm hearing that same fear, mike. the president is just sort of racing toward
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2015 3:00am PDT
for years? >> the housing bubble. people have been mocking me saying there is a china bubble. i'm just curious. >> richard haas is on the next segment, we're going to go through all this. >> very good. so you know willie we have long said that trump was the abraham lincoln of our time. >> yes. >> some recent statements that he has made has perhaps challenged that assertion. okay. they have challenged that assertion. but as you look up on the chisel wall of the lincoln memorial and read abe's second inaugural address to the nation in the midst of a bloody and long civil war, you can't be reminded -- you can't help but be reminded of the statement that donald trump put out yesterday. you know i thought i was going to be able to do it straight face. >> this very morning, stone mason chiz willingselling this into a monument. >> what he said in nordic elves, boom, boom. >> all right. here's the story. ready for this? nine businesses have now ended their relationships with presidential candidate donald trump. there they are on the screen. >> they're big ones, too. >> nasscar, espn macy'
MSNBC
Jul 22, 2011 6:00am EDT
remember when we would debate most favorite trade status for china. we fight against it. we always knew. in the end, the chamber and wall street, they were all going to roll us. in the end, china would win. business wins. they are going to win here, too. that means we are not going to default. >> the frustration for people at home is what took so long. joe, my question to you is you spoke to president clinton this week, i think. what was the guidance he said and what we're not doing in convincing the country of how it should be handled now. >> in president obama's place, he would use the 14th amendment to raise the debt ceiling. he said force the courts to stop me. as a political decision, there's an opinion on both sides as to whether it's the correct position. he was ready to take that risk and he thinks the president should be, too. at the same time, there's so much waste in government. he spent last weekend, he told me, going through a 400 page goa report on general issues. this is what he loves to do. he sits on the plane and goes through this. you know, i could find $1.5 trillion
MSNBC
Jul 24, 2015 4:06am PDT
be able to do it. bush won't be able to negotiate with china. he doesn't have it. he's a nice person. i think that jeb bush is a very nice person. but when he meets the chinese and sees the blood pouring out of his eyes, he's going to leave the room. they're controlled by the lobbyists and the special interests and donors. believe me, china has lobbyists in our country. china has lobbyists, can you believe it? they're ripping us left and right. we're not only talking about china, we're talking about many other countries. i have a lot of respect for mexico. i have thousand of mexico workers, mexican people. they're great people. but, joe, i'll tell you, mexico, the leaders are too smart for our leaders. mexico is killing us. when i was in laredo, i looked at that traffic going into mexico. i said one little question. mexico's booming, right? oh, yes, mexico's booming. mexico's booming. we're not booming. you look at our gdp, it's gone. the first quarter we're actually negative in gdp. that means we're contracting. we're getting smaller. willie, the answer is, yes, i would love to do i
MSNBC
Jan 3, 2017 3:00am PST
him a couple of questions on mexico, china, as i wrote in the "washington post" yesterday. i didn't agree with all the arguments, you can tell, but this is a guy who has been briefed and who is thinking about things and is thinking about the russian policy and is thinking about what his responsibilities are going to be. i would love for him, though, as an american to do what you sai and keep it clean so when he walks through those doors in the oval office for the first time, he's got no reason to look back in his rearview mirror. but it's up to him as you say. >> i also think waiting this long isn't great. in other words, this is important. people want to know. it gets you off to a better start. >> the only problem with that, and you will appreciate that, it is so complicated. they he so many businesses. if they worried about that we couldn't have the secretary of state thing. jarrod h-- jared is trying to untangle. jared is trying to completely be out there. >> no choice, if he wants to serve, he has to comply. >> the reason why i think it's taken a while, he's appointed people as
MSNBC
Sep 24, 2015 3:00am PDT
could be used to identify intelligence agents. they have appointed china as e the -- >> a disciplinary hearing has -- who targeted a referee earlier this month. according to the attorney, the two teens will spend 75 days in an alternative school. they will be able to return and they showed the two football players blind siding a referee during a game. they said the high school assistant coach admitted to the school's principal he directed them to het the referee for retaliation of the comments made from the official. >> the referee says he didn't say that thing. what about the coach. >> isn't he suppose to be giving an example here. >> the republican front runner for president donald trump joins us next on morning joe. >> we got a lot to ask you about. the fight with fox news, rich lower lowery next on morning joe. down pat, do you know what he becomes? great proposal! let's talk more over golf! great. better yet, how about over tennis? even better. a game changer! your 2 o'clock is here. oops, hold your horses. no problem. la quinta inns & suites is ready for you, so you'
MSNBC
May 21, 2012 6:00am EDT
china. and then we need to touch on the egyptian elections with richard. but today chinese activist chen gau left saturday morning capping a tense diplomatic standoff between the united states and china. chen escaped house arrest in china last month and fled to the u.s. embassy in beijing. the 40-year-old had been detained in his home for months after speaking out against forced abortions and the sterilization of women. chen told reporters he's grateful to be safe in the u.s. but he still worries about relatives back in china. he and his family are staying at an nyu apartment where he will be a fellow at the law school. >>> and david ignatius, you actually have a piece in "the washington post" about china. china's wobbly transition is what you entitle it. i'll read a portion. "for 40 years, the united states has seen a rising and stable china as being in its interest, and this core interest hasn't changed. but if the chinese leadership can't contain the current turmoil, new political forces may emerge calling for a more open and a democratic china. americans are bound to sympathetic
MSNBC
May 23, 2012 3:00am PDT
. >> they got 15 advertisers. $15 billion. mika, seriously, it's just like china. we have been talking about china for a couple of years. they're poor as dirt, ok? they're not going to take us over in the next five years. and anybody who says they are is smoking crack before they read the columns. it's the same thing with facebook. if you're valuing it at $100 billion? $100 billion? >> stop. can you stop now? >> the first person to click on an ad clicks it. it's never happened yet. >> it's going to, though. >> yeah. at some point. >> i almost clicked on that jon huntsman for president ad i saw for a year. i wonder what that ad would have said if i clicked on it. i guess we'll never know now, because nobody clicks on facebook ads, do they, willie? >> i don't know. i'm not on facebook. i'm a little behind the times. >> i'm not on facebook. >> we got a poll, i think. nbc/"wall street journal" poll. >> are you all set now to get it out of your system? >> have you got it out of your system to ask me if i got it out of my system? >> yeah. >> i'm just trying to help the people of america not
MSNBC
Jun 10, 2011 6:00am EDT
behind. india and china are way ahead of us when it comes to values in education. until we invest in america. if he decides to let these corporations take over and get it done, this is one way we get bark to where we've got to be with the basics, k through 4 so these kids have options in the game of life. >> john ridley, i was talking to yesterday in a peach in new york, right now, we're cutting in the areas china is doubling down, in infrastructure, education. i say this as a small government conservative, i say this as a republican, this is just a stupid thing to do. we are competing against china. digger, your competition was bobby knight at indiana. >> jon wood at ucla. >> john at ucla. what would you do, the best of the best, look at your opponents, say, what are they doing that works? what are they doing to make sure next year's team is better than last year's team. john ridley, it makes no sense for the united states to say, you know, they're doubling down in these areas, we will just surrender. >> i don't believe in surrender. we talk about afghanistan and putting our money t
MSNBC
Jun 22, 2011 6:00am EDT
man. he served as governor of utah for four years. he was the united states ambassador to china for two years. because no one knows who he is, these are actually photos of treat williams. jon huntsman, leadership you can trust. >> good morning. it is wednesday, june 22nd. welcome to "morning joe." with us on set, we have the game change boys. msnbc and "time" magazine analyst, mark halperin, editor for new york magazine, john heilman. perfect day. hi, willie. >> were you out there yesterday? what's that? you were monitoring the media coverage. >> he was monitoring online. >> i'm going to see them in florida tomorrow. >> how did it go? >> please, tell us about it. >> it went a lot better than you would think if you watched a lot of the coverage that focused on the rather extraordinary from the press coverage and not extraordinary at all, minor mistakes that got made on the media credentials and things that were small hang ups. it made it a disastrous roll out. i didn't see disaster. there were issues, but i think he did well. >> for the most part, if you look at the media coverage, h
MSNBC
Oct 5, 2010 6:00am EDT
economy. these guys in china are tough customers, they are rivals and they want to be first in the world. we have to understand we are in a rivalry of competition. they aren't our trade partners. it's like the nfl. >> donald trump is going to be on the show today. >> are you going to call him? >> i'm going to call him. >> say happy birthday, mr. president? >> i might. >> donald, though -- >> we'll see. we'll discuss the package gents. >> you talk to trump abo about -- he's calling in because his name is being floated in new hampshire polls. you talk to trump about our economy and sounds a lot like pat. he says dealing with the chinese, he deals with them all the time. he says these people are tough. i'll let him fill in the word later on and will screw you and lie to you and elbow you and do everything they can to get a competitive advantage. he says that's fine, their government helps them. when i go noa battle with the chinese, they have their government working working with them, i have my government fighting me every step of the way. who do you think will win that battle? it is
MSNBC
Aug 8, 2011 6:00am EDT
will make a diplomatic visit to china. he spent all day trying to read fortune cookies without adding in bed to each one. >>> a new study found that president's age two times faster than normal people while they are in office. wow. >>> welcome back to "morning joe." joining us now, patrick had a look at the politico play book. hello, patrick. >> good morning, guys. >> 73. >> he lived a longer and happier life. >> we went to the cats. i'm going to move forward. >> if you have an extra cat you would live longer. i heard you got rid of yours. >> gone. >> no comment on that one. >> gone. >> you are reporting a new campaign strategy for mitt romney in new hampshire. it ties to the s&p downgrade, what is he doing? >> three events in new hampshire today. he's going to put out a document that is just opposing or what took place on friday with the downgrade and what happened in massachusetts under his tenure. the s&p gave the state of massachusetts, when he was governor an upgrade. he did a document that's going against the obama administration singling him out for failing to put the economic
MSNBC
Nov 30, 2012 3:00am PST
. >>> is china's economic boom overhyped? one magazine says that the future of industry right here in america, is right here in america, that's ahead. >>> and up next, "parade's" annual giving issue takes a look at how the son of warren buffett is trying to do his part. "parade" editor maggie murphy joins us straight ahead on "morning joe." ♪ aids is not going to take my baby. ♪ aids will not take our future. ♪ our weapons are testing... education, care and support. ♪ and aids... ♪ aids is going to lose. aids is going to lose. ♪ a new way to save on your prescriptions. it's the aarp medicarerx saver plus plan from unitedhealthcare. with this plan, you can get copays as low as a dollar through a preferred network pharmacy like walgreens -- where you'll find 8,000 convenient locations. best of all, this plan has the lowest part d premium in the united states -- only $15 a month. open enrollment ends december 7th. so call today or visit your local walgreens. >>> looking ahead to monday, alan mulally and actor ed burns joins us on set. we'll be right back with a preview of sun
MSNBC
Jul 9, 2012 6:00am EDT
here today, as you know on friday, i unveiled and rolled out our first car. i went to china two years ago, bought their most advanced electric car company, moved it to the united states of america and on friday we had 1,000 folks at the factory opening, governor barbour, former president clinton. a great rollout. we got to get back to manufacturing in this country. we can't become a service economy. we have to make things here in america again. we're making cars and we're shipping them off to denmark. a great american success story, but it took governor barbour and myself working together. this wasn't a political issue. we've invested hundreds of millions of dollars in this company. he as a governor he wanted jobs, i wanted a great work environment and incentives to make me make money. we came together. how do we get this country moving forward together? we have to get this partisan politics allowing other nations to move ahead of us. i'm competing against china every single day. i actually went there, bought a company, moved it here, now made by u.s. workers. we have to get in the ga
MSNBC
Mar 8, 2011 6:00am EST
people nod their heads when they hear him and he talks about the imbalance of trade with china and when he talks about how to really balance a budget from his perspective no matter what you think of his perspective or of him. he could provoke the rest of the candidates on that stage to react to what he says. >> and the conversation. >> i don't agree with everything he does. i made it very clear about pageants and some of the decisions he's made in his bo businesses but i have spent time with him and watched him get mauled by hords of people. he's incredibly famous. if he wants to do something with that fame, we'll see. he's going to call in. we'll talk to him. let's get to wisconsin and cover that story because we still have standoff there. a chance to end the legislative standoff in wisconsin has slipped away after governor scott walker rejected a meeting request from the 14 democrats that fled the state last month. in a letter to the governor the suggestion was they hold talks near the wisconsin/illinois border to discuss the state's budget impasse. what are they going to do? sta
MSNBC
Mar 15, 2011 6:00am EDT
. >> a growing need. >> a growing need with china stuking up so much of our energy needs over the next 20, 30 years. americans need to understand, we're going to have to create energy here at home but we're going to face and ugh any ugly future economically. >> the chinese have about a dozen nuclear plants under way right now. >> under construction. >> what years were you in? >> i arrived in '92 and left in '96. >> you were there when they were already having problems economically. you look at these pictures and japan's obviously going to be the focus for such a long time. it's hard for americans, especially younger americans don't remember in 1987, 1988, 1999, the same exact -- and i mean the same exact things we're saying about china today, we were saying about japan, they were going to overtake us, that america was going to be japan's grainerry, that america was going to go into collapse and japan would dominate the world. as you look at this and you think of the time you were there, this has to be a country that obviously is in mourning because of what is happening right now. this
MSNBC
Feb 18, 2010 6:00am EST
going to be in the residence, in the map room, because of the sensitivities with china. they want to take away any sense of this as a state or official visit because that would further inflame the chinese. >> overnight, the reports were that he was going to go into the west wing and of course everybody's always met in the residence. >> gibbs said yesterday it would be in the map room of the residence. the meeting itself is up in the residence and he may come to the stakeout and talk to reporters afterwards. >> wow. so, the china strategy of engagiengage ing china, does the white house see that as a failure at this point? >> i doubt they would put it that way. they know the trip to china was widely panned. at least dmesically, i think they take the long view. china's really important in particular because of what they're trying to do with iran. trying to build a consensus for sanctions against iran. china's really the only country that's really suggesting it might not go along with sanctions. most experts will say at the end of the day, they're not anxious. even the russians seem t
MSNBC
Mar 1, 2017 3:00am PST
quote could have called china currently manipulator and said he would do in in the campaign. they have backed off. in his budget he proposed he is slashing education and even spending for medical research which he talked so touchingly about, maybe above all, he has talked about draining the swamp and even mentioned it in the swe speech last night. his cabinet is the swamp. it's billionaires and wall street. he talked to the working people who elected him but his accession are so far away favoring special interests over the working people and why he had a rough 40 days and he is going to have more rough, rough times. he can't just give a speech that has a shelf life and think that is the way to govern. it's just not enough, particularly in an administration that is so filled with contradictions. >> senator, do you want donald trump to be a successful president and do you think he can be? >> the issue is not whether donald trump is a successful president or chuck schumer is a successful minority leader. the only issue is are we going to help the middle class people in america and those trying t
MSNBC
Nov 7, 2011 6:00am EST
? on the real issues? like the economy, like global interdependence, like china? who is the candidate who really deserves to win the nomination? >> i'm letting the voters decide that. >> i'm wondering, if there's one that comes to mind that stands out. >> i think most of the leading candidates have strengths and witnesses, and i think in this year at this time, anticipating and presuming who is the most qualified to take on the president is a fool's errand. >> you can't even look at their just resumes and say this one at least is worth talking about? >> under conventional resumes, jon huntsman and mitt romney would be the strongest. >> that's what i was aiming at. >> this is not a conventional year. >> this is not a conventional year. >> i didn't know -- and he might speak mandarin. >> is there anybody -- answer my question! because i don't know, i'm just a dumb country lawyer, but is there anybody that speaks mandarin. i'm just curious? >> or jon huntsman who might be the most qualified and yet these -- i don't get it. >> let's keep -- >> the chemical industry. >> that would be helpf
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Jun 13, 2012 3:00am PDT
follows the u.n. knows it's always russia and china that stand in the way of action. for hillary clinton to be calling them out and i think on the eve of a meeting -- >> we sat back and did nothing with rwanda while a million ra what dans got shopped to little pieces and then all wrung our hands, it's terrible. couple years later, 2 million sudanese killed in a civil war. we sat back and we wrung our hands, oh, it's terrible, never again. never again. and here we do it again. it's happening in syria. >> there's an interesting coalition on the far left and far right where there's agreement there should be a more muscular american role in the places that you just named. it is an interesting coalition that it draws together to -- >> but i'm wondering, how many people have to get slaughtered before we force the international community to move? like if they had oil there, i'm sorry, i hate to sound cynical, gadhafi had oil and so suddenly this is an easy thing to take care of and it's close we can figure it out. >> done. >> if syria were an oil rich nation, done. the tanks would have been in
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Jul 9, 2015 3:00am PDT
suspension came in the middle of a selloff in u.s. stocks that was spurred by a cratering in china's stock market. the dow jones industrial average fell by 261 points about, 1.5% for the day. although they're saying none of the cliches are related, united "wall street journal," people have to be worried about the dependence on technical systems that can go wrong like this. >> i think the point is well taken, katty. consumer and real estatetail invest jurors burned by the market. this adds yet another glimmer of dissatisfaction, right? you had the flash crash of 2010. the market fell a couple hundred points in a matter of seconds. somebody may have hit a wrong key. the nasdaq was shut down for three hours two years ago because of a similar issue. and now this. yes, trading went on. trading continued because there are 11 other stock changes out. there fwhut is very bad for investor confidence. if you're mom and mom and sitting out there thinking i'd like to buy a couple shares of ibm and you see this happen maybe i should put my money in real estate. >> you were listening to the story.
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Apr 28, 2017 3:00am PDT
with president xi, he'd like to consult with china first. this is a president understanding the limits he has and understanding the need to work with other leaders. he realizes now he needs the chinese. he can't do anything that would possibly alienate them at the moment. >> this is one of those moments in this presidency where it's very con serk. you have a president of the united states -- harold, you've been in washington and served in the house of representatives. when you have a president of the united states turning up the bunson burner on a situation saying there's a chance we're going to have a major conflict with north korea, absolutely. that's the president of the united states speaking. words have meaning. i don't know. i just feel uncomfortable that a president would be saying this in a situation so fraught with danger. >> you almost hope he would take the same position he took after the test of that missile went awry and there was some suggestion that maybe america had a role in it. heidttweet, didn't say a word. two, it's slightly encouraging to hear tillerson align ourse
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Apr 3, 2017 3:00am PDT
leaders of china, jordan and egypt. >> what just happened there? >> he walked out of -- >> it's a signing. >> didn't want to do it. >> at the last minute he decided we're going to do this signing inside but he didn't tell anybody. >> i'm just saying i saw it, then i'm thinking, this reminds me of a show, my favorite show. >> let's watch this quickly. >> very, very quickly. thank you very much. >> mr. trump, are you trying to tell the justice department to grant immunity to michael flynn? were you trying to do that? was that your intention, mr. president? was that your intention, mr. president? was that your intention, sir? >> thank you, guys. >> they literally didn't have to edit a thing. >> that happened. >> it's like a metaphor for he was supposed to sign but he didn't. he's supposed to behaving like a president but he's not. >> how many days in are we, donny? >> suddenly feels like year six. >> everybody goes how do you not -- how could you not have known -- listen, we've known this guy for 10, 11, 12 years. we had our misgivings about him. i think it's safe to say neither you
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Mar 17, 2011 6:00am EDT
about anxiety over nuclear plants. china, interestingly enough, it's reported in "the financial times" they're halting nuclear plans for now. "the wall street journal" also talking about how u.s. officials are the ones sounding the alarm on the nuclear situation in japan. and the "usa today" poll taken about the rising worries of nuclear power in the united states, obviously, it is a human tragedy right now in japan but it will have a political impact in this country. as we move forward, talking about alternative energy sources moving forward. >> i still think just sort of getting through the next few days and figuring out exactly what the damage, what the effects are going to be, it still seems to be such a big question mark. a lot of reporters are back. >> a lot of reporters came back early. john, this white house has been talking about, from the beginning, how they had one issue after another issue after another issue thrown at them. you look at what's going on right now across the globe. look what's happening in bahrain. saudi troops moving in. look what's happening in libya
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Aug 28, 2015 3:00am PDT
have. you look at what the mexican leaders are doing to us. you look at what china's leaders are doing to us. and japan's leaders. he's brutal what he's doing to us. he's really -- japan really stepped up their game, by the way, in case anyone isn't noticing. but, you know, we need a person with tremendous drive and tremendous smarts. >> donald, it's willie. good morning. good to talk to you. i have never been a hair truther. i've known your hair as real from the beginning. >> good. thank you, willie. >> let's talk about a serious story that happened this week that horrified all of us that shooting in virginia that took the lives of a reporter and a camera man down in roanoke. you said this was not a gun problem in this incident. it was a mental health problem. >> right. >> do you think there are any gun restrictions, further gun restrictions than we have now that would make sense in this country to help stem the tide of gun violence which is much, much more than any country in the face of the snernlg. >> earth? >> no, i don't think you need more gun restrictions. chicago has the singl
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Dec 8, 2016 3:00am PST
the fact that we'll see renewable energy economy to china and germany and other parts of the world is just a prescription to lose potentially millions of jobs. so that's concerning to me. flynn is very concerning too. no matter who you pick for secretary of state, your national security adviser is first and last person you talk to and the fact that this guy seems a little bit unhinged when it comes to these conspiracy theories should be worrying to everybody. >> i hope he keeps talking to bob gates. let me ask you about someone you know well. you ran against linda mcmahon. from the outside, people can laugh about the business that she and her family runs but in fact you and i know that it actually employs close to 1,000 people. brings a lot of money to the state of connecticut. would like about 20 more businesses like that in the state of connecticut. talk about the linda mcmahon that you know and do you have any concerns about her running sba or could she be capable? >> i ran against her in 2012. she wasn't very nice to me in that campaign. i've forgiven. and she's unquestionably
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Feb 13, 2017 3:00am PST
positive timing where the president seemed to mend fences with china at the end of last week. they had had a very good call, according to everybody involved in those talks. then this weekend, we saw something that we haven't seen in quite sometime, the president actually spending an entire weekend palling around golfing with the prime minister of japan. two very critical diplomatic outreaches at a critical time with north korea. >> i think you can say that the trump administration really did put its asia policy on a sound footing in the last week. the meeting with abe is the most important sign to both north korea and china that this really most important u.s. alliance in northeast asia is strong. abe took a big risk in coming and kind of jumping into the arms of this president in his first weeks in office. and the japanese view this as a real success. what was striking about the reaction to the north korean missile test is something the white house and trump's entourage have been thinking about since the day of the election. what are we going to do with the north korean's test is in t
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Feb 15, 2012 3:00am PST
the "financial times," the front page photo shows president obama meeting yesterday with china's vice president, the man who is in line to become the country's -- >> xi jinping. and criticism from president obama about human rights and unfair trade practices. >> it's expanding, power and prosperity comes increased responsibilities, so we want to work with china to make sure that everybody is working by the same rules of the road when it comes to the world economic system. >> okay. >> and with us now, let's go to politico playbook with politico's executive director jim vandehei. jim, man, we're just talking about this michigan race. would you have ever have believed it would be as pivotal as it is now? >> and explain this rombo thing. >> well, and you have to believe anything is possible in this race as you guys were talking earlier in the program. there's been so many ups and downs and different surges from different candidates. but for the -- for santorum to be in michigan, competitive, leading in different states and have enough money to go up with a new ad in michigan. and i think
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Aug 31, 2017 3:00am PDT
i'm kind of done with the good cops. when it comes to north korea and china. china is responsible support this crisis. just like china is responsible for pakistan having nuclear weapons, just look china is responsible for north korea firing missiles over japan. just look china will be responsible if seattle goes up in a mushroom cloud and we continue to do nothing about it. >> north korea's missile capability and nuclear capability is significantly better than it was 25 years ago and there's no sign that it's stopping. the challenge of course is north korea is not our only business with china just like syria is not our only business with russia. the and the president's ability to have any leverage over china on this is minimal. i think the things they're trying to do differently than previous administrations so far mostly involve re rick and the threats of military action and the president's twitter account but that doesn't leverage china, it doesn't pressure china and i think -- if i could know the answer to any question, it's what do mattis and tillerson and mcmaster, where do t
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Sep 12, 2017 3:00am PDT
particularly on tax reform. >> i agree. >> still ahead on ""morning joe,"" china and russia joined the u.n. security council if slapping north korea with a new round of sanctions after its latest nuclear test. we will talk to richard haase. also, congressman jim jordan joins us after freedoms are looking for a new speaker. j.r. peters with his reporting on the gop could be on the verge of shattering and spawning a third party. we continue to follow the aftermath of hurricane irma. we will talk to the mayor of jacksonville, florida, in his city and get an update on efforts to restore power there. you are watching "morning joe." we'll be right back. >> the united nations has passed a fresh sanctions on north korea. in a unanimous vote the security council passed a vote that didn't include oil assets both of which russia and coin objected to. what does it do? it bans pyongyang from natural gas and crude imports. here's what ambassador nikki halle told the council yesterday. >> these are, by far the strongest measures ever imposed on north korea. they give us a much better chance to halt t
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Oct 22, 2012 6:00am EDT
know, china, these are important subjects. but all the challenges we face we can meet if we put our own house in order. in the previous two baits did not really make clear. bob schieffer ought not to define foreign policy narrowly. he's got a chance to really shed some light on the basic issues of this election. and it's our last chance to have it done. >> we need clear visions from both candidates so people can understand what's coming. >> what they will do to restore economic growth. we are growing at less than half the level we have for the last 50 years. what will they do to change that? >> when you go to boardrooms across the world, when you look at the deals that are being made, when you look at countries deciding which way they're going to move, closer to the u.s., further away from the u.s., they're not looking at our nuclear arsenal. they're not looking at our tanks. it's off power. it's all soft power. is china going to help them out economically in the future more than the united states? if so, well, then -- >> i think we should get it from them. i mean, i really think bo
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Apr 13, 2010 6:00am EDT
stockpile. with china agreeing to work with the u.s. on potential sanctions against iran. that's big news. >>> a new cnn polls division, 56% in favor with 49% saying that a few major countries should have enough nuclear weapons to prevent an attack. >> norah, can i ask you a quick question? it also appears that the president and the leader of china, we've had good discussions -- had good discussions yesterday. also, "the new york times" reporting this morning they appear to be a bit more open to sanctions with iran. that's something that obama and bush have been trying to get at for a long time. >> no doubt there's been this thawing of relations between the united states and china. i was down there at the nuclear summit. an adviser said it was likely china was going to push for a fourth round of sanctions, and that was exactly the promise that the president extracted from this bilateral meeting with president hu. that was what they wanted and i think that's what they got. they're happy about that. >> very good. what else you looking at? >>> back to the news, senate democrats have sco
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Jul 8, 2011 6:00am EDT
in this country right now. it's people from places like india, china who come here for education, four, six years, master's degree and they can't stay here. >> we won't let them stay. that's immigration law. >> we agree. >> another issue the administration is wrangling with even more so than the money from corporations come back to america. the fact that large corporations are opening r & d facilities in brazil, china, india and are sending their people to manage them. we're not only not getting the money because of taxes but we're spend sending our best talent overseas. >> governor pataki, marimaria, t conversation. gene, thank you as well. we'll be right back with "morning joe." >>> i just completed a meeting with all the convict gregs ar l al leaders from both parties and i have to say that i thought it was a very constructive meeting. people were frank. we discussed the various options available to us. everybody reconfirmed the importance of completing our work and raising the debt limit ceiling so the full faith and credit of the united states of america is not impaired. i w
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Oct 26, 2010 6:00am EDT
third rone, power between china and the west and stand on its own feet. i personally think that is an illusion, will not work and that is a deeply entrenched alternative. we will see in russia, continuing competition strive between these two fundamental orientations. >> let me ask you, dr. brzezinski, about the russian's attitude about themselves and about instead of instead how they compare to america and how they compare to china. obviously, 1989, 1990, china and russia, two communist powers went two separate directions and 20 years later, china, economically is growing at record rate. russia, obviously still having economic problems. do the russians look at their neighbors in china and question how china has went the direction it did and how they ended up where they are now? is there a thought that we need to imlate the chinese more and some how move in the direction the chinese have over the last 20 years? that's an important question. for russians, china is a challenge. it's a mystery and a potential source of threat. the russians are preok pied with the pact they have this pleas
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Jan 21, 2011 6:00am EST
, really, while china's investing in infrastructure? we're going to cut education. really, while china is investing in infrastructure and education? >> the senate would never pass it. they will have voted on the draconian cuts and won't even get it into law. >> your point is exactly the right point. not only do they have to go where the money is, but if you don't go to where the money is an you start to slash those other things, those things, infrastructure, innovation, education, that's the future of the country. if you hollow that out you're not only won't be able to solve the bigger problem because there's not enough money there, you'll destroy the future productive capacity of the united states for generations. >> that's it. >> when i hear somebody saying they'll cut trillions of dollars but oh, wait we're not going to touch the pentagon or entitlement programs? okay, something very bad is going to come of this. again, the crack is in the foundation and you've got to dig deep. let's go to news. because "the new york times" points this out today also. american people say they
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Feb 20, 2013 3:00am PST
was time to let the world know, it's actually not just from china, it's the chinese government sanctioning these attacks. >> reporter: among the targets, america's very infrastructure. >> now our enemies are sabotaging our power grid, our financial institutions, our air traffic control systems. >> reporter: other targets of chinese hackers familiar brand names like coca-cola, facebook, "the new york times," on "wash post" and "wall street journal." and only today, apple. the hackers have user names like ugly gorilla and dota. according to this instructional video from mandiant. >> here we see dota logging into one of his operational e-mail accounts. he's used it for spear phishing and generating additional accounts. >> reporter: what is it? how hackers campaign access into a network by sending deceptive e-mails tricking users into clicking on a malicious link to a phony website. once the victims provide passwords, pnc.i.n. numbers, they're in. sometimes for years with no one noticing. >> when these companies are engaging in business with china, they're going up against a full p
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