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Dec 3, 2016 3:00am PST
there was an expressway to cause a diplomatic war with china this would be the way to do it. >> president obama is fully aware of these issues on an ongoing basis because he's on the other end of the phone. >> united states does not recognize taiwan as a country. >> the chinese will see this as their sovereignty. ♪ >>> good morning. and welcome to saturday. we're always so grateful for your company. i'm christi paul. >> hey, i'm martin savidge. i'm excited to be here. i'm in for victor. it's great to be with you. president-elect trump shaking it up in washington. what do you know, it appears he's doing just that before stepping into office. >> uh-huh. yesterday, he chatted on the phone with the president of taiwan, breaking with nearly 40 years of u.s. diplomatic relations with china. overnight, china is calling this, quote, a shenanigan, quote, staged by taiwan. they went on to talk about the close and political and economic security ties that exist between taiwan and the u.s. that's according to the statement there. >> but no president or president-elect, for that matter
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Dec 3, 2016 5:00am PST
cause a diplomatic uproar with china, this would be the way to do it. >> president-elect trump is fully briefed and fully knowledgeable about these issues on an on going basis, regardless of who is on the other end of the phone. >> united states does not recognize taiwan has a country. >> the chinese will see this as an infringement of what they see as their sovereignty. >>> if you're just waking up, happy saturday and thank you for sharing some of your time with us here. we always appreciate it. i'm christi paul. >> i'm martin savidge in for victor blackwell. taiwan on line one, hardly sounds like fighting words, but apparently it is in under 50 days until president-elect donald trump enters the oval office, he is taerg up the diplomatic script in washington. >> yesterday he spoke on the phone with the president of taiwan. that breaks with nearly 40 years of u.s. diplomatic relations with china. well, this morning, china is calling this a shenanigan staged by taiwan. trump's transition team says the president of taiwan offered her congratulations to the president-elect on the pho
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Jul 8, 2017 3:00am PDT
company's leverage to stop north korea's ballistic missile program. tensions are rising near china. >> and a new trade deal with the uk very, very quickly, he says but as the president tries to talk trade he cannot escape the questions about russia's interference in the 2016 election. >> i'd like to thank you for being with us. we've had tremendous talks. there's no country that could possibly be closer than our countries. and i just want to say thank you very much. we are working on a trade deal which is a very, very big deal, great for both countries and i think we'll have that done very, very quickly. we have all of our trade people, we have all of the trade people, rex and i had a tremendous meeting yesterday with president putin and we've had really great meetings with a lot of people. we're having a lot today, but prime minister may and i have developed a very special relationship and i think trade will be a very big factor between our two countries so i want to thank you very much. >> mr. president, did the russians lie about your meetings yesterday? >> thank you. >> i will
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Mar 11, 2017 3:00am PST
from china who is now adapting to his new name, new life here in america. >> does he get along with the other kids? >> absolutely. they're giving him high fives all the time. he pits right in. especially at recess. >> oh, my gosh! i've found a permanent escape from monotony. together, we are perfectly balanced. our senses awake. our hearts racing as one. i know this is sudden, but they say...if you love something set it free. see you around, giulia and i finally found our big idaho potato truck. it's been touring the country telling folks about our heart healthy idaho potatoes, america's favorite potatoes, and donating to local charities along the way. but now it's finally back home where it belongs. aw man. hey, wait up. where you goin'? here we go again. may not always be clear. but at t. rowe price, we can help guide your retirement savings. so wherever your retirement journey takes you, we can help you reach your goals. call us or your advisor t. rowe price. invest with confidence. >>> well, two years ago, we brought you the story of an american couple attempting to raise money
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Mar 8, 2014 3:00am PST
the coast of vietnam. >> china, malaysia, zynsingapor and vietnam have dispatched search flights. >> it's confirmed the jet crashed into the sea. but malaysian authorities are still working to verify that and no records have been found as of yet. >> and according to the airline, four americans, including an infant were on 0 board. >> let's bring in had cnn airline and aviation correspondent richard quest following the developments. richard, what's the latest and how will rescue crews find the wreckage? >> well in theory, of course, the aircraft itself could give throughs as to where it could have come down. i think we're all talking about an incident where the plane has crashed. and the aircraft, when it gets into distress. when a plane does crash into this sort of circumstance will emit its own beacon. it will send out its own radio transmilitiaer which effectively will help alert the rescuers and recovery teams about where it is. the difficulty here, this. 777 may have been over the south china sea. we're not confirmed exactly where the plane was. we know it was at 3670 feet. w
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Apr 15, 2017 4:00am PDT
analysts have given us that china has moved three divisions worth of troops to the northern border and has issued some warnings both overtly and covertly to the north korean people saying you better not do anything silly this week. >> let's listen here real quickly to what china said about all sides. the urging they're giving everyone regarding making some inflammatory statements. >> translator: therefore we urge all parties to refrain from provoking and threatening each other either with rhetoric or actions, so as to avoid getting the situation out of hand and into an irreversible dead end. >> remember earlier president trump tweeted north korea is looking for trouble. if china decides to help that would be great. if not, we will solve the problem without them. what do you make of some of the verbage we see bantering back and forth? >> this is very interesting, christi. in the past, china has known they've always had one wild card in president kim jong-un. now they think they have perhaps two wild cards and unfortunately china would be the one that would bare a great deal of the b
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Dec 3, 2016 4:00am PST
than 40 years of u.s. gloam 34 diplomatic relations with china. the president offered her congratulations and then they went on to, quote, talk about the close security ties that exist between taiwan and the u.s. >> but no president or president-elect for that matter has spoken directly with the leader of taiwan since 1979. since then, america has adhered to the one china policy where they asked taiwan part of china. ash carter recently called the region consequential. our team of reporter standing by for the latest on this. let's begin with cnn's jessica schneider live at trump tower in new york. good morning to you, jessica. >> good morning to you, martin. yes, it is the phone call that has bucked nearly 40 years of protocol. president-elect trump insisting that ten-minute call was initiated by the president of taiwan. but nevertheless, the backlash is already apparent. china reached out to the white house yesterday. and now a spokesman for the chinese forge ministry is releasing a statement saying i must point out that there is only one china in the world and taiwan is
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Mar 15, 2014 3:00am PDT
control. also, we've learned malaysia has called off its search in its entirety in the south china sea. they've abandoned that. they've refocused on passengers and crew members. >> we also learned late last night of erratic moves by the plane. malaysian military shows the plane climbing to 45,000 feet and then descending to 23,000 feet before once again heading to higher altitude. >> right now, the biggest clue that researchers may have for the crewnd the 239 people are the pings caught by sagtsits. satellites. >> cnn is following it live from kuala lumpur where the plane departed eight days ago now. malays malaysia's prime minister has officially shifted this story line from what caused this plane to disappear. to who caused it to disappear, given a lengthy statement overnight. china is not satisfied what they're hearing. demanding more competent and accurate information from malaysia. tell us about that. and what we're hearing from the prime minister there? >> reporter: well, we should note, we just had that briefing, actually a statement read out by the prime minister, there in the
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Jul 1, 2017 5:00am PDT
angry over chinese control over that city. china's president xi jinping saying hong kong is, quote, non-negotiable. but what a celebration that is, my goodness. >>> all right. coming up there was a small plane that crashes on one of the busiest highways in california. >> yeah, yeah, mov move back fre plane. >> just breathe, just breathe, okay. >> the frightening moment as that plane crash landed in the middle of traffic. >>> plus, doctors describing that deadly shooting at a new york city hospital, called a war zone. live updates from new york. >>> and finally, an arrest in the case of a missing chinese grad student. the news from investigators is not good, however. what they're telling family members this morning. stay close. there's nothing more important to me than my vacation. so when i need to book a hotel room, i want someone that makes it easy to find what i want. booking.com gets it, with great summer deals up to 40% off. visit booking.com. booking.yeah! (b♪by crying) minutes old. ♪ a baby's skin is never more delicate. ♪ what do hospitals use to wash and protect it? ♪ j
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Jul 29, 2017 3:00am PDT
the u.s. homeland. tillerson also weighing in singling out russia and china calling them the principal economic enablers. he went on to say the united states seeks the peaceful denuclearization of the korean coast. strong words, but that said, since president trump took office back in january, kim jong-un has tested ballistic missiles has tested missiles on 12 occasions. he has conducted more ballistic miss ile launches than his fathr and grandfather involved. while this test does certainly contribute to regional and global tensions the response to the tests are also ratcheting up tensions. the south korean president said he would be working with the u.s. to deploy a highly missile launch system developed by the united states. this is a system that china has loudly objected to. china was quick to launch its opinion to stop. >>> after some uncertainty the white house says president trump will stop the bill. >> russia is already retaliating say it will seize diplomatic properties like this one and demanding that the u.s. remove some of its diplomatic staff from the country. we'
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Jun 17, 2017 3:00am PDT
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Oct 1, 2016 4:00am PDT
? >>> and remember a couple weeks ago when president obama couldn't get stairs in china to deboard the plane there. wait until you see which president kept him waiting there on air force one this time. glad forceflex. extra strong to avoid rips and tears. be happy, it's glad. if you have moderate to severe ulcerative colitis or crohn's, and your symptoms have left you with the same view, it may be time for a different perspective. if other treatments haven't worked well enough, ask your doctor about entyvio, the only biologic developed and approved just for uc and crohn's. entyvio works by focusing right in the gi-tract to help control damaging inflammation and is clinically proven to begin helping many patients achieve both symptom relief as well as remission. infusion and serious allergic reactions can happen during or after treatment. entyvio may increase risk of infection, which can be serious. while not reported with entyvio, pml, a rare, serious brain infection caused by a virus may be possible. tell your doctor if you have an infection, experience frequent infections, or have fl
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Jul 29, 2017 5:00am PDT
. last year, he said he was going to dig a hole to china. at&t is working with farmers to improve irrigation techniques. remote moisture sensors use a reliable network to tell them when and where to water. so that farmers like ray can compete in big ways. china. oh ... he got there. that's the power of and. >>> well, north korea now has missiles that could hit major u.s. cities. that is the warning from analysts after the north korean regime carried out a test launch yesterday. >> experts say a missile from north korea could possibly strike anywhere from los angeles to chicago. south korean officials say this missile is indeed more advanced than the one previously launched this month. the u.s. officials agree that the threat is certainly becoming more duplecomplex. >> it's concerning, obviously, we've noticed lately that north koreans are way more advanced than we thought they were. the icbm missile test surprised me that happened on july 4th. there-f there's another one, it's obviously disconcerting. every time they have a missile test, they learn from it, we also learn from it,
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May 7, 2016 3:00am PDT
. you now, china, north korea and others are joining a new arms race under the sea. they command a squad of ten atlantic base subs including missouri. >> we were operating on places that we did sflpot where we did sflot to reply. we have to consider that they're an adversary and those not guaranteed. >> dive. dive. giving the u.s. the element of surprise. >> whether there's a submarine or not, they do not know. they have to make decisions to do bad things. >> so under water is where the boats and the crews spend nea y nearly 90 percent of the time. >> that's a call to action that the u.s. navy 70 submarines are are getting more and more often. >> they're confident that they maintain an advantage over the russian submarines, but not by mush. there's a class that they acknowledge and they are harder to track. this is what the u.s. sub crews are training for now and to keep the advantage and not guarantee. >> that would take a conspiracy troit be a submarine er. >> yes. >>> let's get it to right now. >>> good luck with pul ryan trying to find a conservative agreement with this guy. >> that'
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Jul 30, 2016 3:00am PDT
the first game against china a week from today. we have more on let's call it a tune-up against venezuela. >> they're just warmups. the overwhelming favorite to win gold come rio. as the u.s. is dominating these games but they looked a little sloppy last night. team usa only scoring 0 points in this one but we have some pretty awesome highlights loochlk at this. kyle lowry tips it back to jimmy but her. he throws it down. usa would win this one. they have one more against nigeria in houston. >>> high-profile golfers are leaving earlier than expected. number two, dustin johnson is out, rory mcilroy, garcia won't be winning the first major. phil mickelson had the first hole to forget yesterday. look at his first tee shoot. it went so far out of bounds it landed on the street next to the course. the wild ride took mickelson into the woods and off the cart pass. lefty would bounce back, shooting even par on the day to make the cut. two other guys who have never won a major are tied for the lead right now. they tied off a 3 matching jimmy walker. >>> finally a $1.4 million prize will
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May 30, 2015 3:00am PDT
there's no threat. >>> and the us department asking china to quit its expansion in the china sea. u.s. officials say they are concerned about china's militarization of some of the islands and are now considering flying surveillance missions closer than it has before over those islands. >>> officials are rushing to seal a deal trying to keep in place a travel ban for the men known as the taliban five. we're talking about the men who had ties to al qaeda and even directly associated with osama bin laden. we'll tell you why no one is happy with surveillance claims for the five prisoners' swap for american bowe bergdahl. >>> i'm a contributing writer to "the new york times." i think this is one of the most wide open slams they've seen in quite a long time. there's been a lot of different hands in which the roland garros trophy has passed through. serena has been the dominant player on tour but it's her worst surface and the worst of the grand slam. and has opened up the door for names and faces that people might less familiar with to come through and get the grand slam title in paris
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Dec 27, 2014 3:00am PST
neighborhood as quiet and in love. his parents were from china. according to media reports he was their only son. one summed police work in "the new york times." i know that being a cop is dangerous but i must do it. officer liu had said. if i don't do it and you don't do it, then who's going to do it? >> randi kaye, wow, just amazing. two individuals who wanted to minister, wanted to give back. and just so full of love. >> yeah, in and out of the uniform. we're hearing so much about these two men. we'll tell you more throughout the morning. of course, our live team coverage will continue throughout the hour. also charities had stepped forward to lend a helping hand to the officers. bowden college will pay the remaining tuition for justin ramos. he's the son of raphael ramos, you heard him just a few moments ago speaking at the service yesterday. >> and jetblue has offered to play travel expenses to liu's family to travel from china to the united states. the airline has paid for 700 officers to travel to new york for today's funeral. >> meanwhile the steven tiller foundation intends to
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Jul 1, 2017 3:00am PDT
waiting for you. >> we also know her disappearance triggered widespread concern in china. the suspect is expected in court on monday. >>> a man underway in a deadly roadway incident. please take a good look at the suspect. this incident happened wednesday afternoon outside of philadelphia. surveillance video shows the moment the suspect in that red truck shot the young woman in the head. her car veered off the road and crashed into the tree. the victim, 18-year-old bianca roberson, her family says she was headed to jacksonville university in two weeks to start her freshman year. police are offering a $5,000 reward for any information. >>> we have more on the president's voter fraud commission asking states for information on their voters. several states are pushing back, saying they have no intention of complying. ♪ hey, bud. you need some help? no, i'm good. come on, moe. i have to go. (vo) we always trusted our subaru impreza would be there for him someday. ok. that's it. (vo) we just didn't think someday would come so fast. see ya later, moe. (vo) introducing the subaru impreza. the
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Aug 6, 2016 3:00am PDT
going for gold in cycling, kevin durant and the team in china. and sun yang on freestyle. i'm standing in front of a wall. look at him. look at that background. it's fun, isn't it, coy? >> reporter: hard work here. i wish you guys were with me because then it would be an even bigger party. i attended the opening ceremony last night. i some goose bumps. it's inspiring, seeing, feeling what can happen when people from countries around the world come together to embrace, celebrate one another, standing next to a guy from brazil cheering every country that came out, even argentina. they're heated rivals in football and every sport. he said, i can't believe i just cheered for them. guys, what a night. it was a night of celebration and celebrity. dance. and drama. with an estimated 3 billion people watching from around the world, the 2016 rio olympics opening ceremony kicked off in the iconic stadium. show indicationed its athletes and its culture. and it's biggest international celebrity supermodel gisele bundchen dancing to the song "the girl from ipanema. "and michael phelps, the
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Sep 17, 2016 4:00am PDT
weeks ago, he was in the thick of it in china. this is a leader that two years ago left the g20 summit early because he was awe industry sized because of his actions in ukraine and crimea. certainly vladimir putin has increased russia's punching weight f you like, on the global stage. whether in the long run that's in russia's interest is another thing. like i said, the economy is crashing. it's overreliant on energy sources. and he has taken the country down an authoritarian path. in this sense, i think it's possible to argue that there's one thing that's in the government in moscow's interests and vladimir putin's interests. one thing that's in the long-term interest of the russian people. >> we appreciate it so much, steven colinson. thank you. thank you for being here. and we'll be right back. the microsoft cloud offers infinite scalability. the microsoft cloud helps our customers get up and running, anywhere in the planet. wherever there's a phone, you've got a bank, and we could never do that before. the cloud gave us a single platform to reach across our entire organizati
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Jun 10, 2017 4:00am PDT
couple thousand at various events. eight trips to china. how many trips on executive order. you can't remember every one. they are not necessarily that fairious, they are in the corner, discussing how they are going to sabotage the presidency or collude with russia. comey did a disservice dropping that hint that sessions somehow met with the ambassador when we don't know if that was -- if it qualifies. did they actually rub elbows in the entry line or how did this work? we don't know. >> joey, let me throw another name at you. jared kushner is going to meet this month. what kind of questions do you think he will answer? >> well, first, if i can address something briefly. i didn't get the impression from comey, he was trying to get even with anyone. i got the impression he was testifying to the best of his recollection. if you are asked a question under oath, you have to answer that question. if you have some knowledge and your agency is investigating a third meeting, to leave it out, it subjections yourself to some issue. i don't know if this is just a guy trying to be as truthful as
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Apr 1, 2017 4:00am PDT
coming back. >> dragon boat cigarette about 2800 years old and started in china. a dragon boat is 41-foot long. everyone has to be synchronized with their paddle. do you what the person in front of you and the person across from you does. the boat goes very straight and fast. >> constant motion. like a short burst of energy. recently retired as an orlando police officer. what i dealt with on the street when i came out here i couldn't believe it. water smells good. it feels good. kind of like a zen moment. >> for me it's about getting my heart rate up, getting exercise in. >> charge. lengthen your stroke. >> i like being out in the open rather than being in a gym. i have a lot of core strength now. when i first started i couldn't paddle for more than a minute at a time. now i can do an hour continuous. >> let's take the lead. >> the worries of the day melt away. i like that. [ all sounds come to a crashing halt ] ah. when your pain reliever stops working, your whole day stops. awww. try this. for minor arthritis pain, only aleve is fda approved to work for up to 12 straight hours with
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Sep 14, 2013 3:00am PDT
creating buzz in china. shami. they've surpasses apple sales. their ceo is called the steve jobs of china, he said the key is hardware and not software. it may domestic nature for years to come but some some say it's an imitation iphone. >>> max foster in london has more on what's next from prince william after his announcement that he's leaving the military. hey, max. >> reporter: the queen's in here 80s. and she's cutting back on her public works there's more pressure for prince william to step in. over the next year, he's certainly going to do that. we're going to see a lot more of him because he's leaving the military. and he won't take up another job somewhere in the public sector until next year. expect to see much more of him working with charities, particularly the conservation ones. also out and about more with the royal family and potentially with his newborn son as well, prince george. christi. >> max foster, we appreciate it. make sure to tune in or set your dvrs sunday night, cnn is giving you quite a look, a close one, of prince william in a new documentary. don't miss
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Aug 19, 2017 4:00am PDT
of how come you have to get in bed with neo nazis in order to have a tougher trade policy with china? the two things don't necessarily go together and he began by saying you know, these people are a bunch of cooks and they're fringe people and we don't take it that seriously and then he couldn't resist himself. he moved the conversation in the direction of how clever he was by -- by turning these people into kind of a group of shock troops for the trump administration on behalf of economic nationalism and of course that bleeds over into white national licisnationalism. so here's the takeaway it seems to me. he is obviously the architect of this policy of using that base as shock troops and stoking up that base. he views trump as a means to an end. the end is white nationalism and economic nationalism and he's happy to do it at the white house if that works and if it's more convenient for him to do it back at brietbart that's good too. i think the balancing act that bannon faces that could backfire, the same way his conversation with me backfired is on the one hand you have brietbart
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Oct 5, 2013 3:00am PDT
serious. sounds like a crazy movie but they're terrorizing people across china. >> experts say these giants are a bigger problem than ever. is that true? says here that cheerios has whole grain oats that can help remove some cholesterol, and that's heart healthy. ♪ [ dad ] jan? that's why there's new duracell quantum. only duracell quantum has a hi-density core. and that means more fuel, more power, more performance than the next leading brand. new duracell quantum. trusted everywhere. >>> with so many troops returning home with more severely wounded, a lot of people need a lot of help and that's where this week's cnn heroes steps in rallying communities to embrace the troops with what's next for a new successful life. meet michael conkland. >> the first trip to walter reed was one of my toughest trips when i saw the amount of wounded. it was shocking. >> both my legs are amputated above the knee. >> i lust my right eye. >> i have a brain injury. >> i gave up the idea of having a wife and even a family. >> i wanted to take them all home. >> i'm mike conkland, my organization helped
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Aug 2, 2014 3:00am PDT
ongoing, but detectives say a family member was somehow involved here. >> shocking. >>> in china, 65 people are dead after an explosion at an automotive factories earlier this morning. 150 people also hurt. investigators say flames may have ignited dust inside a wheel hub facility there. the factory supplies parts to u.s. automaker general motors. >>> and number five, president obama says the u.s. "crossed a line" when it tortured al qaeda detainees after the 9/11 attacks. a report on the cia's controversial interrogation program will be rees leased soon and the reported says the treatment of terrorism suss stects amounts to torture. cia has denied that allegation. >>> back now to the crisis in the middle east, and an israeli soldier still missing after a firefight that destroyed a planned 72-hour cease-fire. israel claims second lieutenant hardar goldin was captured by hamas. >> martin savidge is anchoring our coverage of the middle east there. martin what have you learned this morning? >> reporter: hey, christi. you know, of course, a great deal of concern in israel for the whereab
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Nov 30, 2013 3:00am PST
2016, that's the support he's going to need. >> reporter: he's also about to head to china and japan for key talks. what bind is not doing, fund-raising that would be poor political form this early in obama's second term. analysts say there are two other things biden hasn't done that may help him. he was sidelined by senate majority leader harry reid during stalemate talks. and he was almost nowhere to be seen during the disaster of the obama caroleout. >> he ask look back and point out things that went actually well. i think he can point to a record of accomplishment. being involved in the affordable care law rollout would be a blah on that. >> reporter: but joe biden's awkward moments and speeding gaffs like this one on c-span are unmistakable. >> you cannot go to a 7-eleven until you have an accent. >> reporter: then there's a potential hillary clinton run. she's 51 points ahead of biden in second place in the latest cnn/orc poll of potential candidates. >> is the only way he can way in 2016 if he doesn't run? >> look, at this moment in time, if hillary clinton runs, nobody can wi
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Dec 24, 2016 4:00am PST
domestic policy which barack obama was in 2009 and foreign policy which we received tweets about china and this drone and the u.n.? >> look, i think you have to look at the news of the day. the domestic issues were the institution of the day in 2008. why? because we had the massive issue with housing and the massive issue with our financial situation. >> what would be the issue then? >> i think it's very clear now the issue that he's walking in dealing with on day one that are going to be the news items of the day, aren't going to be this international issues. whether it be trade, when it be russia those are the issues in the news. i don't think it's so much hey, i can or cannot talk about domestic or foreign policy. i think it's an issue, you're allowed to talk about the issues of the day whether they're in this country or internationally. and donald trump is not going to stop. and more importantly, he's not going to allow israel to be treated this way. >> ben ferguson, thank you very much. >>> a woman calls police for help. but she's the one who ends up in jail. what the officer says
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May 13, 2017 3:00am PDT
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Oct 22, 2016 4:00am PDT
a lot of china to back out now, when we had so many opportunities to do it in the past few months. she created this mess and she knows it, referring there to hillary clinton. some of these e-mails, huma abedin, seems to say that the trip to morocco was hillary clinton's idea. angela, these e-mails do squarely put the blame on clinton. is it smart for her to continue to ignore these leaks? >> no. i think that they are addressing the leaks as they come. but the most important thing that they said is that these e-mails were illegally obtained and they have been -- they been tampered with. as a former hill staffer, i just have to acknowledge this, because i think it's so important that context really matters. you cannot commit to doing an event and then completely backing out of it. i want to know when donald trump talks about this, there's pay-for-play, what is the pay-for-play here, exactly? she wasn't running for president when they booked this event. huma abedin is saying, from a scheduling standpoint, it is a mess. and that's true. as a former staffer, again, i've said this. you
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Apr 22, 2017 3:00am PDT
court but he's backed off his pledge to label china a currency manipulator on day one, seen his travel ban blocked in the courts and perhaps the biggest blow -- >> we had a great meeting and get a vote. >> reporter: he failed to repeal and replace the affordable care act. that went down in flames weeks ago. a huge embarrassments for the white house and congressional republicans who campaigned for years on rolling back obamacare. outside of the confirmation of neil gorsuch much of what the president has accomplished came in the form of executive action rather than legislative action. the president has signed dozens of orders ranging from a lobbying ban -- >> we had success. 13 weeks of the presidency. >> reporter: and that a new bill will pass soon by republicans on the health care. and tax reform next week. >> woel have a big announcement next wednesday on tax reform. >> reporter: health care isn't the pressing issue for health care. congress must pass a funding bill by next friday or shut down. a stick point, money for the border wall. >> i think congress will provide necessary
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but looking at other bad actors, china, iran. it is important to realize these are nations that have cyber war units. they do not wish us well. >> let me stay on russia here. >> sure. >> you say vladimir putin in your words is a thug and they need to be held accountable. we learned in this interview with "the wall street journal" despite on wednesday donald trump saying he thinks that russia is responsible for the hacking, that he is open to lifting the sanctions on russia. reconcile those two for me. if he believes russia is responsible for the hacking, why would he consider lifting consequences for said hacking? >> i don't know the answer to that and i think this is one of those elements of robust debate. quite frankly, i appreciate robust debate. i think it is healthy and as we go through this process of looking at what they've done and have continued to do over many, many years, many years, that what we will do is arrive at an appropriate solution to begin addressing this. what we need to see is leadership on the issue and the russians need to know we're going to stand for americ
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Oct 22, 2016 3:00am PDT
king of morocco. beginning, abedin writing, it would break a lot of china now to break out when we had so many opportunities to do it in the past few months. she created this mess and she knows it. in the end, clinton did not go. the clinton campaign hoping to drown out these distractions with a powerful new television ad. it features khizr khan, the gold star father who spoke at the democratic convention about his son, a muslim american who died served in iraq. >> i want to ask mr. trump, would my son have a place in your america? >> reporter: now, hillary clinton is hitting the campaign trail this weekend with her running mate, tim kaine, something she has rarely done, working saturdays and sundays on the road. she will be holding rallies today in pittsburgh and pennsylvania and heading to north carolina tomorrow. the clinton campaign is focusing on early voting, trying to capture this momentum now, to ward off any sense of an october surprise. victor and christi? >> all right, jeff, thank you so much. we just want to remind you, cnn cannot independently verify the authenticity of th
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Mar 19, 2016 3:00am PDT
, china that's consistent recalled for the denewizatiuclearization china. they are i can toing place for a period of about eight weeks here in south korea. north korea filed a former letter of complaint to the u.n. security counsel warning that it feels that these exercises could be a precursor for a possible invasion. so, you've got relations between north and south that have deteriorated to the worst point they have been in years. the south korean government saying this latest missile launch is a frontal attack on the most recent round of u.n. security counsel resolutions. ivan watson, cnn, seoul. >> ivan, thank you so much. >>> if your bracket is trash now, so is mine. in my own defense, i didn't pick from expertise. >> neither did i. >> that's true. >> but you're better condition than i am. >> not much. >> more on march madness after the first round. courtyard, the official hotel of the nfl, and i want to remind you that no one's the same without the game. take @youwishcommish8 for instance. he writes, "as commissioner of my fantasy league, i'm thinking about moving the draft up.
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Mar 7, 2015 3:00am PST
organizations comes from australia, united states, uk, china, singapore, france. they're involved because of air france flight 447 and that crashed back in 2009. as well as boeing and rolls royce. it's a technical investigation and the family is getting access to it three hours before publicly released some of the family facing the anger and that they're doing this on the one day and saying that it's insensitive that they could have perhaps delayed it so much. these families are going through torture. no information or clues. nothing as to what happened to the loved ones a year ago. >> the transportation administer said something and he say that is he believes the plane will be found by may. why that time line? do you have any item what makes him so confident? >> reporter: yeah, there's a search taking place on western australia. they're focussing on this priority search areas. it's about 20,000 squire kill meters. it's a huge expanse of water but at the same time the initial search was half the size of the united states. they have completed 40 percent of it, and they're hoping to
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Nov 21, 2015 3:00am PST
know they were from all over the world, including russia, china, belgium and also, this is key, the united states. the lone american victim was a 41-year-old mother and public health worker living in maryland. her family says they are quote devastated by her death and we have our own robin kriel live n nairobi right now. why was anita in mali? >> reporter: for one, she worked for a company palladium. she was committed to health. we understand more about the victims. as you said, one less citizen, 41-year-old and many, many others, however, there are 19 victims in total, two of which are the, which were attack. as far as we know, mali the still on the lookout. there is, security services are still scouring the capital bamako for more attackers. >> robin, what do we know about the attackers, the identities, which groups they're from? report. as far as nothing yet about the individual attackers. the groups they came from. two groups came forward, both affiliated with al qaeda. al qaeda and the islamic, it had a strong foughthold in mali and it's quite interesting, they have launched a
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Mar 18, 2017 5:00am PDT
holds a meeting in china. it comes at a crucial time in a region that's filled with uncertainty. the u.s. is hoping that china can reign in kim jong-un. finalizing plans for the chinese leaders to visit president trump next month. >> here to discuss, our cnn military lieutenant and on the phone ambassador to the republic with career, christopher hill. >> matt, i want to start with you. what do we know of secretary rex tillers tillerson's meeting today? >> north korea is top agenda. the united states and china has a disagreement as to how to best deal with what's going on with north korea. the united states says north korea's only major ally in the world, china should be doing more to get pyongyang to stop. china says they are doing enough already. the secretary of state did have a brief earlier this afternoon and he talked a little bit about his meeting with his counter part the foreign minister. >> china's long standing policy, we also eck changed views and i think we share a common view in a sense that tensions on the peninsula are quite high right now and things have reached a dan
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Aug 8, 2015 3:00am PDT
heading toward china. >>> breaking news this morning. the donald dumped by a big conservative event. coming up, how trump's latest comments about a female debate moderator are fueling fires of controversy this morning. >>> plus, a new aggressive approach from the white house on the iran nuclear deal. the ways president obama is trying to drum up more support in his own party for the measure. >>> also a drug kingpin escaped a mexican jail a month ago and the manhunt is still on for el chapo. why authorities believe had he some help breaking out. gas a member of aarp... the discounts are right there with you. like roadside assistance from allstate... all set! and expedia vacations. aloha! get all kinds of great deals... at aarpdiscounts.com. offers from consumer cellular, petplan insurance... and toys r us. chase, budget and zipcar. hey, need a lift? from walgreens... and ticketmaster concerts and shows. if you don't think "saves me money" when you think aarp, then you don't know "aarp." aarpdiscounts.com. why are you deleting these photos? because my teeth are yellow. why don't you u
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Jul 20, 2013 3:00am PDT
of victim, the 16-year-old girl from china. >>> i want to take you to libya now. news there. the former head of u.s. forces in africa is speaking out about that september 11th attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi that, of course, killed ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. former general carter hamm says it was quickly clear to him that the assault on the 9/11 anniversary was the work of terrorists. he made those remarks at the security forum on friday, five days after that attack you'll remember then u.s. ambassador to the united nations susan rice went on the sunday talk shows and said that it was the belief that this was a result of a spontaneous demonstration, not an act of terrorism. critics still pressing the white house for answers on what happened in benghazi. >> now colombia. the rebel group is offering to release a kidnapped american soldier as a gesture gf will to advance peace talks with the colombian government. they captured kevin scott last month, he is an african war veteran. >>> in the middle east, there is new hope that long stalled peace talk
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Apr 26, 2014 3:00am PDT
malaysia in the sboo the fold. there's competition from china trying to get malaysia's loyalty as well. the fact we have a sitting president that shared the stage with the prime minister of malaysia, other key issues that will be discussed in meetings with the prime minister and president obama, counterterrorism. they are trying to grow that and mh-370 as well. we can hope to hear remarks from president obama and pushing forward the agenda that we can learn something from the disappearance of flight 370 to prevent it from happening again. >> will, now 50 days since the jet disappeared, we are learning that the physical search for the plane may shift a bit. what are you learning about that? >> reporter: we know the bluefin 21 is almost finished combing that search area where it felt was the highest probability that flight 370s data recorders would be located. we haven't found anything. now, once they exhaust that search area, they are going to do what we saw in previous weeks, shift up north and search the next highest probability. this could be a very long haul in the search for 370. >
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Sep 28, 2013 3:00am PDT
source of cash, the government will stop paying their bills. interest on debt, to like china, right? maybe social security. we can't pay social security to seniors. and medicare and medicare. you got 110 million people on one of those programs and you don't have enough cash on hand to cover all of them. worst, we may not really know what's going to happen. markets hate uncertainty. what happens to your nest egg if the government has interest rates spike and we had hundreds of billions of additional glars that borrowing costs. we don't know the consequences for sure until we get there and once we get there it's too dangerous. >> cnn business anchor christine romans, thank you. >>> still to come on "new day," religious hardliners have their sights on an unlikely target. >>> some of the most beautiful women in the world, they're threatening to hijack the miss world contest we'll tell you why an what's being done to protect those women. but you had to leave right now, would you go? man: 'oh i can't go tonight' woman: 'i can't.' hero : that's what expedia asked me. host: book the flight
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Mar 5, 2016 3:00am PST
any good hacker, especially from russia or china be able to erase their track so there is no evidence on the security log? >> well, there is no doubt that hackers from any nation state, whether russia or china are very, very sophisticated but a their reforr thorough forensic review will be done. >> timeline, this investigation has been going on for several months now, do you have any sense how much longer this could be? >> no, i'll tell you just from being in the fbi for a long time and sitting four doors from jim comby, he's a smart, thorough man and will go by law. the investigation will be concluded when it's done and not before then. >> anything else you want to add about this, bob, that i didn't touch on? >> no, i think the big thing i think here is that it's going to be treated like any other investigation whether the person involved is a member of the government or from one of the intelligence organizations. we look at it the same way. that's fair and an honest way to do it. >> bob anderson, thank you for coming on. appreciate it. >> thanks, pam. political attention in
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Oct 10, 2015 3:00am PDT
ourselves. you've heard president obama speak of his pivot to the pacific. china and russia are our main adversaries now. terrorism is, of course, always a major threat, but as we're seeing with isil, it's regional. isil doesn't have all these planes and certainly don't have nuclear weapons. russia can move wherever they want and confront this. >> do you think isis is trying to move down at this point? >> i don't think so. they've gotten what they want, which is to protect assad against our airstrikes and got us supporting anti-assad movement. that's primarily what they care about. isil must have some agreement with the iranians to take over groundwork. as long as the coast remains under isil, i'm sure the russians are happy. >> we'll see if talks happen between the u.s. and russia if they happen as early as this weekend. it will be interesting to see what comes of those. thank you for your analysis. >> thanks, alison. >>> a student dies after an altercation with officers. there's new video and new details coming out about what happened. we'll talk about that. >>> 449 days. that's h
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Dec 19, 2015 3:00am PST
have the capability to do this. and russia and china are at the top of that list. amara? victor? >> all right, evan, thank you so much. we want to take you inside this major battle between canadian forces and isis fighters in iraq. we're going to have the details on how canadians, who were really there to train and advise kurdish forces, got into this direct fight with the terrorists. >>> also, president obama stopped in san bernardino, california, late last night for an emotional visit with family members, the victims of the san bernardino shooting. >>> and new details about how the san bernardino gunmen, at least one of them, was able to get his hands on the weapons used in the attack. >>> the farook and marquez relationship is something that fbi agents and historians and counterterrorism officials will be studying for years. a penguin loaded a toy car onto a racetrack. zoom! it took off... ...going faster and faster, and twisting and turning, until finally, it stopped... ...right in our driveway. but dad, penguins live in the south pole. the lexus december to remember sales e
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president of china. watch. >> i think truly progress has been made. we'll be making a lot of additional progress. the relationship developed by president xi and myself i think is outstanding. we look forward to being together many times in the future. and i believe lots of very potentially bad problems will be going away. >> now, you'll remember it was not really that long ago when the president was trashing china on the campaign trail, accusing the country of robbing and abusing the united states. our next guest says those comments are a preview of what's to docome and the relationship between the u.s. and china could be heading for disaster. good to have you this morning. >> good to be here. >> for people who may not remember, every day seems like a year, let's play a reminder here of what we heard from then candidate trump about china. >> we are going to label china a currency manipulator. we're like the piggy bank that's being robbed. china is taking our money, our base, our manufacturing. the greatest abuser in the history of this country. it's one of the greatest thefts
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May 31, 2014 3:00am PDT
by countries like china, russia, former soviet republics and things like that. so it's the old willy sutton theory. why are they going after my accounts, after my information? why are they going after my computer j computer? and the answer is, that's where the money is. >> talk about the list, because it's long and just keeps getting bigger. target, adobe, ebay. hacked in the last 12 months, but a lot of companies, i understand, aren't exactly transparent about their data breaches. should companies be, you know, forced to be more transparent about what's happening? >> well, you know, there are laws in almost every jurisdiction that require companies to report certain kinds of data breaches. so a data brief that involves pin number, social security number, required under the law to report. every company that's doing business online is being attacked constantly. in fact, even individuals. your mother, your grandmother sitting at home with a wireless route are, they're being attacked constantly as well. the problem isn't that it's not being reported it's that it's not being prevented. i
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sniffer planes up detecting radiation, china, south korea and japan have been detecting, they haven't found anything. simply because the test was done for deeper into the mountain where the detonation actually happened. >> you have such a good sense of this you are right there in north korea. what is the mood there after this test, generally? and reaction in south korea as well to that? >> people are really celebrating. universally, everybody that we've talked to on the ground is happy about their nature of accomplishment. it's because the propaganda does instill from a very early age the fear of an imminent invasion from the united states and its allies, in this country, where people can't access the internet. they feel and they are told that at any moment the united states is going to invade and the only way to protect their country's national sovereignty is to develop nuclear weapons, ways to defend themselves. that's why you have the north koreans on friday claiming they byun launched a submaine if provoked. >> we appreciate your perspective. thank you very much. >> angry demonstr
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for consumption, the synthetic drugs are made in china with proceeds suspected by the dea of going to global crim-in-law a organizations. this man heads special operations for the drug enforcement administration. >> if a mini mart is operating in our country's sending 40 million, 50 million, $60 million back, we're very earn canned about that. >> reporter: tens of millions of dollars. the bulk of the money, according to the dea, going to places like yemen, syria and lebanon. >> as state sponsorship declined, terrorism fueled by criminal activity is on the rides. >> reporter: while the dea acknowledges no smoking gun ties the drug money from the u.s. to terrorists, they say the existing evidence paints a clear picture. >> terrorists need money to finance their operations. they need money for logistics, recruiting, training. you cannot do that with american express and visa. you need a suitcase of cash. >> reporter: synthetic drugs aside, the global drug trade produces plenty of that. according to the u.n., some $300 billion and counting. synthetic drug use is are sowing in the unite
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