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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 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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Apr 8, 2017 4:00am PDT
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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Jul 8, 2017 5:00am PDT
that china is committed to applying the necessary pressure to deter north korea's nuclear ambitions? >> well, i actually don't think so. we've got to remember that the missile that the north korean laufr lauf launched on july fourth, it's carried on a chinese transporter erect or launcher. there's also evidence suggesting, not conclusive, but evidence suggesting that north korea's most advanced missile it is are actually variance of chinese ones. we've got to ask president xi jinping some very pointed questions about how come north korea has chinese looking missiles in its inventory. >> do you expect that they are helping? >> they are definitely helping. we have so much evidence over the course of decades. not just the ballistic missile program. recently china has been supplying north korea with missile material and equipment for his nuke program. this is assistance across the board. indeed we have to question whether china is weaponizing north korea to harm the united states and its allies in the region. >> so the president has suggested several times that the effort to get china t
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Aug 12, 2017 4:00am PDT
tell you about how china is urging president trump to show restraint this morning. as nuclear tepgsz are escalating with north korea now. >> president trump initially called president xi last night to pressure him on a trade issue. he wanted to warn she that u.s. investigation into china's practices could start as soon as monday, but she in return pressed president trump to tone down threats like this one. >> if anything happens to guam, there's going to be big, big trouble in north korea. >> and japan now ready to respond with massive missile interceptors that are in place this morning should north korea make good on their threat to strike guam. >> but aside from the north korea challenge, president trump is signalling possible military intervention in venezuela. officials there calling the president's warning, quote, cow wardel, insolate and vial. >> we have many option for venezuela. and by the way, i'm not going to rule out a military option. we have many options for venezuela. >> we have correspondents covering all angles from around the worled. we're in new jersey with the pres
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Aug 12, 2017 3:00am PDT
journal. no response from president trump just yet, who was urged by china to use restraint as nuclear tensions are escalating here. >> president trump initially called president xi last night to pressure him on a trade issue warning that the u.s. investigation into china's practices could open as soon as monday, but she in return pressured president trump to tone down threats like this one. >> if anything happens to guam, there's going to be big, big trouble in north korea. >> and japan now ready to respond. take a look at the pictures coming in. massive missile interceptors are in place now should north korea make good on their threat to strike guam. >> also, president trump signalling possible military intervention in venezuela. torn there by crisis. and military leaders, officials there as well calling the president's warning, quote, cowardly, insew lat and vial. >> we have many options for venezuela. and by the way, i'm not going to rule out a military option. we have many options for venezuela. >> our correspondents are covering the big story all around the world this morning. we
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Dec 17, 2016 5:00am PST
hacking during 2016 election, you're inviting other bad actors, china, north korea, iran et cetera to do the same. this could be his first big intraparty fight as he begins the trump administration. >> well, that's right. there's a lot of members of the senate leadership, of the congressional leadership in the republican party who are veterans of the cold war who remember what the kgb meant, who remember that it was sort of job one on foreign policy of the national leadership of the united states to confront this kind of tampering and meddling and espionage. it's also worth pointing out, victor that the cyberattacks, the meddling in american elections was not confined to the presidential contest. there are nearly a dozen house seats where we now know the russians were involved in releasing damaging information and attempting to sway different races. that really sort of hits home for members of the congress. they're not likely to look the other way, even for a member of their own party. >> this is part of the conversation about sanctions, if there will be further sanctions on russia th
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Dec 17, 2016 3:00am PST
confronted putin on the cyber attacks on the sidelines of a g-20 summit in china. obama said he told putin to "cut it out" or face serious consequences. our white house correspondent michelle kosinski walks us through what happened. >> reporter: president obama won't say definitively that he thinks russian president vladimir putin himself authorized the hack of the democratic national committee, but he leaves little room for doubt. >> this happened at the highest levels of the russian government, and i will let you make that determination as to whether there are high-level russian officials who go off rogue and decide to tamper with the u.s. election process without vladimir putin knowing about it. >> reporter: the president recounted what he told putin face-to-face at a summit in china in september. >> i felt that the most effective way to ensure that that didn't happen was to talk to him directly and tell him to cut it out or there were going to be serious consequences if he didn't. >> reporter: president obama vowed, there will be a response. >> how we approach an appropriate response t
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Aug 12, 2017 5:00am PDT
, tragic doom. no response from president trump just yet, who was urged by china to restrain or to use restraint as nuclear tensions escalate. >> this was a call overnight. president trump initially called president xi last night to pressure him on trade. he wanted to warn xi that a u.s. investigation into china's practices can soon start, maybe as soon as monday, but xi then shifted the conversation to pressure president trump to tone down threats like this one. >> if anything happens to guam, there's going to be big, big trouble in north korea. >> japan is now ready to respond. massive missile interceptors are now in place we're told should north korea make good on their threat to strike guam. >>> president trump is also signaling a possible military intervention in venezuela. officials there are calling president trump's warning, quote, cowardly, insolent and vile. >> we have many options for venezuela. by the way, i'm not going to rule out a military option. we have many options for venezuela. >> we, of course, are covering all angles from around the world, in hong kong, tokyo and
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Mar 18, 2017 4:00am PDT
. >>> the president slammed china throughout his campaign. now his secretary of state is in its capital city. he's trying to build support for reigning in north korea. >>> also an interview you can't miss. a former kgb agent as russia, of course -- leaders of the cia, fbi, getting ready to testify about russia meddling in u.s. elections. . right now get two lines of data for $100 dollars. with taxes and fees included. that's right 2 unlimited lines for just $100 bucks. all in. and right now, pair up those two lines with two free samsung galaxy s7 when you switch. yup! free. so switch and save hundreds when you go all unlimited with t-mobile. or is it your allergy pills? holding you back break through your allergies. introducing flonase sensimist. more complete allergy relief in a gentle mist you may not even notice. using unique mistpro technology, new flonase sensimist delivers a gentle mist to help block six key inflammatory substances that cause your symptoms. most allergy pills only block one. and six is greater than one. break through your allergies. new flonase sensimist.
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Apr 29, 2017 5:00am PDT
for quite some time, but what's different is that kim jong-un appears to be defying china in pushing forward with his missile development. right now we go to the white house and joe johns. >> one thing seems clear, this administration is trying to downplay this in order to not draw too much attention to the behavior of north korea. the president himself tweeting that by making this missile launch north korea had essentially disrespected the wishes of the president of china, also indicating one word in his view this was bad. with an exclamation mark. from the white house president secretary a very two sentence statement, not much at all, essentially saying that the administration was aware of the launch and that the president had been briefed. a little bit more from the national security adviser, the national security council and k.t. mcfarland. she said in an interview among other things that this launch was cause for concern, but she also said the big deal here is that north korea has always been provocative when asked about the timing of it due to the fact that it occurred
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Aug 22, 2015 3:00am PDT
cnn's will ripley in beijing. how on is china reacting to this, will? >> since may, china that stepped in an an intermediary given its close relationship. china in this case, though, has been noticeably disengaged when compared to previous incidents. is there a statement now just coming out from the chinese foreign ministry and read a portion of it. as the korean's close neighbor, china is paying great attention to the situation and on the peninsula and is deeply concerned and china is willing to work together with all parties toward the peace and stability. a lot of analysts and watching comb spe and speculating as late. the north korea economy would not survive but politically things we are noticing. going china is holding a military parade next month and rumored that kim jong-un will attend but -- as of yet and there hasn't a lot of interaction between the leaders of the country and may explain why we are seeing a bit of a distance right now as china certainly watches this closely to see how it unfolds and urges calm and restraint. >> will ripley, thank you. >>> what are the convers
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Apr 15, 2017 3:00am PDT
exercise in direct response to tweets from president trump urging china to solve the north korea problem as he put it. but we also know there's a uss carl vinson and 97,000 ton care craft carrier all designed to send a message of deterrence to the north koreans telling them to engage in provocative behavior. but the atmosphere out here as the north koreans would put it is a single hearted determination to fight. to fight against the united states because their country has told them all of their lies that they're under the imminent threat of invasion. you have a lot of civilians out here perhaps not many of these women but you have a lot of the men in the crowd here who have a military background who told us repeatedly if there were a war with the united states, they would leave their jobs, put their uniforms back on and fight. so this is what north korea is saying, that they are being underestimated by the world. they put on these supersized displays to try to prove to the world that they are here to stay and they're going to move forward on the road of their choosing if that's a
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Mar 22, 2014 3:00am PDT
, les, again, this is another satellite image. much like the satellite image from the south china sea. much like the satellite image that they produced a few days ago. of how of this is visual until someone can lay eyes on this thing, and the conditions are quite difficult? >> yes, that's correct. for all intents and purposes, it could be a missing container off a cargo ship. that part of the ocean has got all sorts of shipping lanes is my understanding. it's hard to say, we might be wild goose chasing it again. >> you know, being a pilot, les, i'm wondering, as you think about the pilots who are searching for any of this debris, that they believe to be out there, these are really tough conditions for them? i mean, it's deep water. it's open sea. there is no land mass to stop the storms that come every other day, as i understand it. help us understand from a pilot's perspective, you know, how tough it is, and what you're looking for in those kind of conditions, especially when satellite picks something up and may be able to hone in on it, how soon can you get there? >> yeah, depends u
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Aug 29, 2015 3:00am PDT
around, taking aim at a top aide for hillary clinton. listen. >> you look at trade pacts. china, eating our lunch. japan, like we're children. mexico, both in trade and at the border, what they are doing to us is terrible. and i have great respect for china, for japan. i love the people. i love the people of mexico. i love hispanics. nobody loves hispanics like i do. i probably have more than almost anybody working for me. we have some low energy people. they are really low. i'm not going to say jeb is low energy, but he is pretty low. who would you rather have negotiate with iran? trump or jeb? >> you! >> how about this? trump or hillary? who is huma married to? one of the great sleeze bags of our time. anthony weiner. did you know that? she is married to anthony weiner. you know the little bing, bing, bing? bong. i love you very much. so, no, think of it. so huma is getting classified secrets. she is married to anthony weiner, who is a -- no, he is. >> shortly after those comments, clinton spokesman tweeted this out. donald trump has spent the summer saying offensive things about wome
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Sep 3, 2016 4:00am PDT
working in china, chinese authorities suggested he may have fall ton his death. yahoo! news however reports sneddon now lists in the capital of pyongyang with a wife and two children. cnn global affairs correspondent elise labott is covering the story. >> christi, victor, this latest report confirms what the parents of david sneddon thought for years. that he didn't drown in a river in china and was abducted by the government of north korea. today, the sneddons and their congressman are asking the state department to launch a new search. >> reporter: after a decade with his whereabouts unknown a shocking new claim about american student david sneddon who disappeared while hiking in china. yahoo! news reports sneddon was captured and taken to north korea to work as a tutor for the leader. it's a staggering theory that his parents have claimed for years. >> it doesn't come as a shock because we have done our research and there's been time involved. and we do think that david is in north korea. >> reporter: sneddon then a 24-year-old brigham young student disappeared during a hiking tr
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Jun 24, 2017 4:00am PDT
has been very skeptical of russia's involvement. he suggested that maybe china was responsible or maybe a man in husband pajamas could have involved. and ochg president obama was also concerned that if he took too dramatic of action that it may look like he was trying to help hillary clinton in the election. >> all right. thank you. >>> we'll bring in our political analyst for the washington post, josh rogan and washington post. i want to start with you. and yourself to reiterate, according to this post report the cia told president obama that president putin specifically directed election cyber hacking. we did have the former homeland security secretary talk about that about why they didn't release that information. let's listen together here. >> one of the candidates as you'll recall was predicting that the election was going to be rigged in some way and so we were concerned that by making the statement we might in and of itself be challenging the integrity of the election process itself. >> is that explanation enough? or is there a point to what president trump is saying that p
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Jan 28, 2017 5:00am PST
talks and very productive talks. but if we can have a great relationship with russia and with china and with all countries, i'm all for that. that would be a tremendous asset. no guarantees, but if we can, that would be a positive, not a negative. >> so it is assumed that top on the list of that conversation with vladimir putin today will be the talk of whether or not the u.s. will lift heavy sanctions currently in place on the russian government. there are some republican leaders very concerned that the trump administration is heading that direction, among them senator john mccain who said he hopes that president trump will put an end to the speculation and reject such a reckless course. if he does not, i will work with my colleagues to codify these sanctions against russia into law. the russian government certainly hoping the sanctions are going away, but some of the other foreign leaders that donald trump will talk to today are hoping those sanctions remain in place. >> ryan noble, grateful to see you this morning. thank you. >> thank you. >>> let's go to moscow, bring in cnn int
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Jun 24, 2017 5:00am PDT
number of times as a candidate. and even after he was elected, he suggested that perhaps china may be partially responsible. he even said that the hack could have been accomplished by a 400-pound man in his bedroom. so, the idea now that the white house is finally acknowledging the fact that russia is involved in this, is something to keep in mind as you kick back and look at all of the criticism president trump has for president obama at this particular point. victor. >> ryan nobles at the white house. >> and now the white house correspondent, lynn sweet. and chicago sun-times, and page pate, thank you all for being with us. page, i want to ask you first and foremost about something ryan just said, as here is a tweet from president trump just about 11 hours ago. said just out, obama administration knew far in advance of november 8th about election meddling by russia, did nothing about it, why? the fact that the president now seems to be acknowledging that there was some sort of russian interference, did that change anything when it comes into the investigation into collusion? >> well
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Sep 5, 2015 3:00am PDT
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Oct 11, 2014 3:00am PDT
, this is china, japan. these are japan's islands, including okinawa, 50,000 of them of them of military bases. here's the worst at this very moment. this right here is the eye wall with the heaviest winds and rains. the eye with this is so massive, it's about 50 miles wide. that's a big time break on the southern side of the eye wall, there's not nearly the rain as on the north. i think what's coming with this will certainly be the wind. you see okinawa, watch them calm, but watch them pick up in the 50s and 60s. now this storm will effect tokyo by tuesday. with a lot less rain, 3 to 6 inches, around okinawa, maybe 8 to 10 inches and then we're going to watch it quickly. >> alexandra steele, thank you. >>> starting today at new york's jfk international airport, a new way to keep passengers out of the united states. passengers coming from guinea, sierra leone and liberia will be checked for is symptoms of the disease. how effective will it really be and on airport negotiations. let's talk with julia kayyem. good to have you this morning. is this going to protect people from the virus or
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Nov 28, 2015 3:00am PST
flubbed the question about china and syria. this trip could be an attempt to learn more about this crisis. but to boost his national c dentials. we know according to "new york times" he planned on visiting a women's clinic here in the hospital and a number of the other facilities within the camp. other than that we don't know much. he left. we saw him leave a short time ago. but the trip, so far at least, has been very secretive, kristi. >> what is the makeup of this camp? how long have they been there? where are they going? those kind of things. >> reporter: this is one of two refugee camps. there are reports that carson is headed right now. that's the larger of the two that has some 82,000. but that camp is full. this is the newer camp. this is where syrian refugees now go when they're coming in from syria. so this camp as of right now is about half full. it can be expanded. there are families here. there is a high percentage, according to u.s., somewhere in the 40% rage of children under 11-years-old. it's children, boys and girls. families, people fleeing the civil war in syria
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Nov 19, 2016 4:00am PST
asia, in latin america, representing nearly 60% of gdp. and excluding china. the opportunity for the united states to write the trade rules the way it wanted to. of course with trump's victory, the tpp is pretty much dead in the water. so instead what we're pushing is for chinese president xi jinping to be pushing for a beijing-led economy. but there's plenty of room to grow, if what comes to be say more isolationist united states, so we expect to see china pushing for a final bilateral between president obama and president xi here. >> and i'm sure donald trump's name is being talked about that. >>> and donald trump has settled the lawsuits of trump university. he won't have to testify, but it's going to cost him million, tens of millions. with other lawsuits pending, could there be political fights as well. >>> vice president-elect pence, we truly welcome you. >> the musical has a message for the vice president elect. omebac. new expressmax caplets. wait...what am i doing? you're searching!! oh, that's right! here i come!!! ohhh. i bet someone is hiding in that house... ouch!!! ohhh
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Dec 10, 2016 4:00am PST
could have been them, could have been china. could have been someone in new jersey. i want to pull um the statement. it comes from the office of the transition. it reads, these are the same people that said saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction. the election ended a long time ago in one of the ig best electoral college victories in history. it's now time to move on and make america great again. what is important to note is trump is basically mocking, essentially insulting the intelligence community. these are people here to give him the presidential daily briefing. inform the president of the united states of national and security issues. something we have not seen before. we've reached out to the white house for comment on the latest remarks. we have not heard back. we'll keep you posted on that. it is unprecedented to see someone attack the -- the intelligence community set up to keep americans safe here on our home front. >> all right. kristen holmes, thank you. >>> let's say good morning to jill dougherty. and errol lewis. jill, what are you hearing from the kremlin? >
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Dec 14, 2013 3:00am PST
have time to focus on the things you love. ink from chase. so you can. >>> that's china's new spacecraft headed for the moon. it's supposed to land this morning. >> also known as the alarm clock that woke up a lot of people this morning. the rover that will be doing all the work. it's called jade. people in china got to vote on the the name. it will be on the moon for three months. let's move to mars now. really. moving to mars. it sounds like a sci-fi thriller. but it's on the verge of becoming a reality. >> possibly being the operative word there. this wik the mars one foundation announced they're moving forward to colonize the planet. more than 200,000 people have signed up in hopes of being selected as one of the first pioneers. >> the company said it will select four lucky people for a manned mission in 2025. there's one catch. you can't come back. you got to go and just commit. let's bring in the author of a universe from nothing. why there is something rather than nothing. lawrence crouse joins us via skype from australia. >> it's nice to be back on cnn. >> first, let's
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Dec 20, 2014 3:00am PST
between the u.s. and north korea, china had put out an op ed criticizing the film. do we know anything about this from either of those countries? >> well, the goad if china, that was to be expected. here in asia, north korea is allowed to act because china fund it. that's a well-known fact. so that response is very predictedable. as far as communications, there is no official communication. i stress the word "official" between the united states and north korea. but if talking to many diplomats across asia, there are discussionings, they're very qui e. there are the spy games as you might imagine. there are discussions. here's what's important are these statements. you have to read the large statements, like the one we got this morning, ten whittle them down. what is forth korea trying to achieve? what is the next chess move? a lot of this, like a lot of propaganda out of north korea. a lot is show, the games underneath and the reality. >> tim stkim stanley, stick aro. tomorrow again at 10:00 a.m. eastern, a lot of this will be raised then afternoon. a new shocker in the shooti
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Nov 15, 2014 3:00am PST
sent really to russia in his speech. what about china, what has the relationship been there? >> reporter: you know that has been fascinating to watch during this trip, christi, we went into china earlier this week thinking what is the president going to come out of this trip with. and lo and behold, with the chinese president xi, they announced climate deals which doesn't force china to do really that much. with the white house saying the -- the u.s. and china being the biggest polluters in the world to come to an agreement to start lowering carbon emissions. and bring down the effects of climate change and they do feel that was part of the accomplishment. we did hear the president praise china in those efforts in that area. but the president also said in his speech, we still need to see how china's going to play count road. they still need to play by the rules when it comes to trade and human rights and so forth. but there has been a warming of that relationship, no question about it. >> jim acosta, senior white house correspondent, really logging a lot of miles on this tri
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Nov 4, 2017 4:00am PDT
south korea and to china where leaders have called for a diplomatic resolution to the crisis, that sometimes stands in contrast to the harsh tone that the president has the tendency to take on twitter when it comes to sending a message to pyongyang. so certainly all eyes will be on the words that he has while he is in the region and also on the tone of which he is speaking to other leaders here. pyongyang will be listening closely to that as well. >> alexandra field, thank you very much for teeing it up quite nicely about the importance of the president's trip. >> the president also has a lot to say about some of his own entities let's say as he prepares to head to asia including the democratic party, his own just disdepartment, the military court. cnn correspondent boris sanchez is live for us. what are yru hear are you heari washington? >> reporter: yeah, the president heads to asia as a bit of a delicate time for that white house not only with tensions dangerously high with north korea and a bull luish china, b also you news out of mueller's investigation and dwindling approval
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Oct 14, 2017 4:00am PDT
iran. the eu and five world powers. the u.s., uk, russia, france, china and germany. it lifted economic sanctions on iran and in return for iran scaling back the nuclear program keeping it levels of enrichment at 3.67% and allowing inspection of nuclear facilities. if i iran does not stick to the deal, sanctions will be reinstated per that deal. >> let's continue the conversation now with former obama white house communications and georgia republican congressman. good morning to you. >> let me start with you and i want to read with you a response and reaction from the former secretary of state, one of the chief negotiators of the iran deal. he says in part unravel this agreement while iran is complying and you will call into question whether a country can keep it word making it infinitely harder to reach agreement on other international challenges. that's a recipe for america on their own and the middle east on the brink. what's your understanding of that? >> i understand where secretary kerry is coming from. but he's one of the authors of this agreement. under this agreement t
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May 3, 2014 3:00am PDT
lingering stair. it's believed it was first poplarized by women in china worried about sunburning fare skin. do you think it's a good look? >> no. >> not a good look. >> very punk. >> over here. ♪ >> reporter: we were lucky enough to get our solar shield overnighted from amazon for $29 plus shipping. >> one size fits most. even a cnn cleek was confused. >> is that a spit guard? >> reporter: she chose to cover her head. that's woody harrelson hiding from the paparazzi. lady gaga is aulsz covered in something and michael jackson didn't just cover himself, he covered his kids. as for v. stiviano, we don't know if she's planning to drop her own visor line. >> not recommended for driving. >> there she is in her ferrari. the head band can extend. when she gets bored with the visor, we recommend this. gene moos, cnn, new york. >> she knows how to bring it. >> thank you for starting your morning with us. >> the next hour of "new day" starts right now. >> violence boils over in ukraine in the bloodest stand off so far. as the body count rises, so do fears of an all-out civil war. >> she says
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Sep 7, 2013 3:00am PDT
. >> i didn't set a red line. america said a red line. >> reporter: the uk, china and russia opposed military intervention. back home, polls are now showing initial public opinion leaning against a military strike. and is some lawmaker, getting an earful. >> why are you not listening to the people an staying out of syria? it's not our fight. >> we somewhere to stop assad on any price. >> reporter: on friday, after the summit, the president said he's ready to strike syria with or without an international consensus. >> 1400 people were gassed. if we're not acting, what does that say? >> reporter: but he declines to say what he will do if congress voted no. >> i think the week started off very well with support of the house leadership, john mccain, lindsey graham. but as it's gone on it has the challenges that it faces. >> brian todd subpoena early on this saturday morning. brian, i understand the president has a lost arm-twisting to get congress on board in the week ahead? >> that's right, suzanne and victor. he's lobbying members and the security team will be doing it on monday. they'
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Jan 16, 2016 3:00am PST
clearly a brutal session anyway. the selloff began in china, spread to european markets and then came here to the united states. you look at china's stocks. they're in a bear market, meaning they've fallen 20% from a recent high. that spooked u.s. markets right off the bat. also, oil prices falling also rattled the markets. oil prices hit levels we haven't seen in 12 years. oil prices falling below $30 a barrel for the first time since 2003. after that, a drum beat of disappointing economic data coming out of the u.s. retail sales data coming from december showing a fall in retail sales numbers. that's not good because that's the crucial holiday shopping period when retailers are hoping the have a win. that clearly didn't happen. also a regional manufacturing report falling to a level we haven't seen since march 2009. that was during the recession. bottom line here, not a lot of reasons for investors to buy into the market, especially because it's friday and it's a weekend, but not just a weekend, it's a long weekend. we're seeing investors not want to hold on to positions because mon
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May 6, 2017 5:00am PDT
away from it all. it's out of control. >> reporter: miles says the drugs are made in china and often come through mexico. these drugs are so new that it was just last month that georgia officially outlawed them. other states are still catching up. >> it's becoming a nationwide epidemic. >> reporter: in the meantime, the mission to expand the use of narcan is becoming more urgent. he says the opioid problem is only getting worse, not better. scott mcclain, cnn, atlanta. >> scott, thank you for that report. >>> the gop health care bill, as you know, set to face an uphill battle in the senate. republican lawmakers facing skeptical constituents back home and it can get dicey. the fallout from washington to main street. that's next. you're a verizon , tell me, what's one really good reason why the samsung galaxy s8 is better on verizon? well we have the largest 4g lte network in america. yeah that's a pretty good reason. and the most reliable. uh-huh. and, with unlimited, you get full hd video. oh wow, yeah, that's, uh, two, maybe even three reasons right there. it's exactly three. okay.
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Nov 16, 2013 3:00am PST
standing there looking at it, i love that place. >> around the world, zoraida. >> we're starting in china where the communist government is making major changes to some of the most controversial policies. cnn's david mckenzie has the latest from beijing. david? >> chinese authorities have surprised many by announcing the relaxing of one-child policy it's been in place for many decades in china. and faced much criticism for its potential for human rights abuses. they now say millions more will be allowed to have a second child in china that the been met with many with joy. they also said they're going to close the re-education indication through labor system, across the country there are counselors, activists and petty thieves are put without trial for up to four years. these moves showed that nut leaders here in china aren't afraid to break with the past. zoraida, back to you. >> thank you very much. >>> now, to england, if you have a spare $120,000 you could soon own your own street-legal bat mobile. erin mclaughlin is in london with more. >> reporter: a fan of michael keaton's batman? w
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Jun 3, 2017 3:00am PDT
competitiveness of our factories so we can fight mythical global warming. china so happy. back in 2009 donald trump did sign a letter along with dozens of other business leaders calling for meaningful and effective measures to control climate change. there have been occasions where he sounded a bit like he was on fence. >> i'm still open minded. nobody really knows. look, i'm somebody that gets it. and nobody really knows. it's not something that's so hard and fast. >> reporter: overall his blizzard of tweets and his televised comments on the topic revealed the overwhelming sentiment. >> i'm not a believer in climate change. >> reporter: donald trump has never been shy expressing that at least until now. >> for at least ten mostly democratic states are defying the president's decision to pull out of the paris accord. >> california's governor jerry brown said the states have the right to pursue their own policies. >> america is a big place. we have 50 states. we have a federal government. we have a federal system. and within the confines of our national identity and constitution, california an
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Jul 1, 2017 4:00am PDT
disappearance has triggered widespread concern in china. the suspect is expected in court on monday. >> we have the audio recordings in california of the moments right before a plane crashed on one of the busiest highways in the country. >> may day, may day. i lost my right engine. >> you can hear the panic in the pilot's voice. this is the distress call after his plane's engine gave out mid-air. we were told he was trying to get back to the orange county airport but he didn't make it. it was the cessna 310 that crashed and exploded in the middle of the 405 freeway. others on the freeway obviously ran to help the pilot. it only clipped a single vehicle on the way down. that driver suffered a few minor injuries. the pilot, the passenger of the plane survived the crash. they were taken to a hospital. >>> the president has a strong warning for north korea, we are out of patience, he says. so where does the u.s. go from here when it comes to north korea and the growing nuclear threat? >> what european officials fear could happen when president trump meets face to face with vladmir putin next w
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Apr 12, 2014 3:00am PDT
he started these more positive discussions, he was in china. he was speaking to a chinese audience, knowing that the families were there or at least were listening. i think he was just probably, you know, putting a good face on what angus houston, the director of the joint task force, had already said. that they thought they were the pings and they were zeroing in on it. i can't take the prime minister too much to task. i suppose anybody would want to have a little bit of optimism, particularly if you knew that families of the victims were listening. >> you know, it was interesting this week -- tom, i want to pose this to you. malaysian authorities, they came out and said, look, we want to head this investigation once we get the black box, but they admit that they don't have the capability to do so, to really -- or the expertise to really look at this thing. who gets that black box once it's found, tom? >> whoever they want to get it will get it. they still are in charge of it. it's their aircraft. it's their investigation. they're leading it. but they've already said and admitted.
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Sep 14, 2013 6:00am EDT
a company is 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 documenta
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Aug 17, 2013 6:00am EDT
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Aug 23, 2014 2:00am PDT
airspace over the south china sea. and the pentagon voiced its concerns directly to the government. >>> a militant has attacked a sunni mosque in iraq. this is disturbing video. 65 people were killed. 75 were wounded. >>> and nigerian officials are reporting two new cases of ebola in the country bringing the total up to 14. so far, nearly 2500 suspected cases have been reported from guinea, sierra leone, liberia, nigeria, and the world health organization says more than half the patients died. meanwhile, senegal has closed its border with guinea because of that outbreak. >>> and texas governor rick perry is in new hampshire testing out his prospects. in 2012, simply didn't lay enough groundwork before jump into the race but now it, he's, quote, spent a lot of time in preparation. though he hasn't decided if he's going to run yet. this is first visit since he ran in 2012. he was arraigned on an abuse of power charge which he says is politically motivated. >> we are learning more about the investigation into the death of unarmed teen michael brown. let's get to victor blackwell. he's
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Dec 10, 2016 5:00am PST
wasn't sure that they were involved. it could have been them. it could have been china. it could have been someone in new jersey. but as you mentioned, you read that statement out loud, that comes from his transition stationary, from the office of the president-elect. and he's essentially attacking, insulting the intelligence community. we have to keep in mind, these are the people that are on the ground, that's sole job is to inform the president of anything that is a threat to national security, anything that needs to be watched. this is unprecedented behavior to go after this community. and as we did see all throughout the election, donald trump praised vladimir putin, the leader of russia, saying he wanted to work with him. it's not the first time that happened. but we have to wait for a reaction from these intelligence communities and from the white house to see what's next. >> all right, kristen holmes, thank you so much. we appreciate it. >> i want to get reaction now from cnn political commentator and host of cnn smerconish. good to see you this morning, michael. what's your r
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Jun 3, 2017 5:00am PDT
the far east, past president trump, alleging a separate california, china climate change pact. >> we are forming the world against this deviant move on the part of president trump. >> reporter: working around the white house, former mayor michael bloomberg, standing steadfast with the president of another country, france, while defying the u.s. president's decision to withdraw from the paris accord. >> americans don't need washington to meet the paris commitment, americans aren't going to let washington stand in the way of fulfilling it. >> reporter: bloomberg, u.n. envoy for climate change says his charity will foot the $50 million bill, and a coalition of businesses will meet the paris standards instead of washington. they're joined by more than 150 mayors, pledging to uphold the paris agreement. local leaders say states and cities set the mission standards and environmental rprotection cn lead to growth, a belief not shared by the white house. >> it is time to put yungstown, ohio, detroit,michigan, and pittsburgh, pennsylvania along with many, many other locations within our great
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Jan 30, 2016 3:00am PST
the south china sea. the waters are home to messy territoryial claims all disputing sovereignty. they say they sent the ship as well as others. the u.s. conducted a similar operation in october, by the way. >>> and angelique kerber stunned serena williams. she'd won her last eight, was 21-4 overall. the men's final, meanwhile, kicks off tomorrow when novak djokovic plays andy murray for the second straight year. >>> and the next hour of your "new day" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> will i get more votes, will i get less votes, nobody knows. >> we're not going to beat hillary clinton who's willing to say anything to win the election. >> look at all the cameras. >> i kind of miss donald trump. he was like a little teddy bear to me. >> hillary clinton can wait to run against me. i cannot wait to run against her. >> i should have made a choice. it's proven to be quite difficult. >> if she's indicted, we're not talking speeding tickets. we're not talking about taking the mattress tags of her mattress. we're talking about a serious offense. >> the eyes of this c
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Sep 30, 2017 4:00am PDT
started in china. >> a dragon boat is 41 foot long. everybody has to be synchronized with their paddle. you do what the person in front of you and the person across from you does. and if you can do that, the boat goes straight and very fast. >> it's the cardio. the constant motion. constant like short burst of energy. i recently was hired as an orlando police officer after 25 years. no matter what i dealt with on the street, the water feels good, splashes up on you. it's kind of like a zen moment. >> for me, it's about getting my heart rate up, get something exercise in. >> charge, lengthen your strokes. >> 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 could only paddle a minute at a time. now, i can probably do an hour continuous. >> let's take the lead. >> the waves today are in the way. >>> staying well brought to you by aleve, just one pill for 12 hours of hour relief. he'd be stopping for more pills right now. only aleve has the strength to stop tough pain for up to 12 hours with just one pill. aleve. all day st
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Nov 11, 2017 4:00am PST
china and vietnam. >> first, given the impression of supporting more. >> russians believe that we do not allow a near allegation for many years ago to destroy a person's life. the next line sanders repeat, "however, the president believes that if these allegations are true, jeff moore should step aside." moore's brother, his brother says brother accuser and either being paid. he compares with his brother's political problem to the persecution of jesus christ. >> the question remains of the shocking accusations impacting alabama voters. depends on who you talk to? >> i think he can make it. >> people are saying timing is suspicious to many here. those who know roy moore says he's not going to quit and they expect he will be the next senator for alabama. >> richard, christie. >> all right, mark, thank you. >>> our political anchor, arrow lewis is with us now. >> he's most likely is going win. if he wins, what does that do for the republican party. how do republicans in washington who have condemn this? >> it is a great question. first of all, lets not be entirely sure that he's goin
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Oct 14, 2017 5:00am PDT
, when you bring up china following through the sanction activity we imposed on north korea, that's a whole level of sanctions. i'm talking about aggressive, significant sanctions that makes sure when these folks edge gauge in this behavior, there's pen taelts not only to themselves but their partners. you have to fundamentally ask the question are you going to stand with america or iran or north korea? that is the level of sanctions i'm talking about. >> what is the impact you believe of the u.s. potentially withdrawing or decertifying is the term we're now using, this deal considering that both secretaries mattis and tillerson and many of the president's advisers and other sigteres here believe that iran is following and complying with this deal? >> i just don't see that. the evidence i've been briefed on that i've seen, shows me an iran that continues to be aggressive, that continues to develop technology that can be easily redeployed into the american space. that is an existential threat. we send a message to iran we're not going to put up with this development of technology that'
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Jan 7, 2017 3:00am PST
heard from donald trump during the campaign who said it could be russia, china, a 400-man sitting on the edge of his bed. still no change. >> yes, all of that could be possible but what u.s. intelligence agencies are confident of is that this situation was russia. and they would like to see the president-elect are more aggressive in responding to the data that they presented to him friday. he seemed a bit more accepting of it, said he would form a committee soon within the next 90 days to address issues of involvement of foreign governments but i think his critics would like to see him are far more aggressive on russia and putin specifically. >> sarah, as said in this statement, that will be within the first 90 days of this administration, this group to come up with a plan to combat cyberhacking and cyberwarfare. how does that correspond with the president-elect that we heard from a week ago when he says it's time to move on to bigger and better things? >> it's time to thread the needle. on the one hand, trump knows he needs to acknowledge the deficiencies in cybergovernment. but on
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Nov 5, 2016 5:00am PDT
being received beyond a u.s. borders. well, one southern city in china has devised a ed a nd a n ed d predict. our executive producer likes this story. >> a monkey. >> blame adam. he likes it. >> it's a psychic monkey, apparently. here he is kissing a card board cutout of trump to make his pick for president. and with that, we're going to close out our show. >> there you go. all right, smerconish is up after our break. we'll be back here at 10:00 a.m. eastern. i found a better deal on prescriptions. we found lower co-pays... ...and a free wellness visit. new plan...same doctor. i'm happy. it's medicare open enrollment. have you compared plans yet? it's easy at medicare.gov. or you can call 1-800-medicare. medicare open enrollment. you'll never know unless you go. i did it. you can too. ♪ ♪ gaviscon is a proven heartburn remedy that gives you fast-acting, long-lasting relief. it immediately neutralizes acid and only gaviscon helps keep acid down for hours. for fast-acting, long-lasting relief, try doctor-recommended gaviscon. (i wanted him to eat healthy., so i feed jake purina c
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the streets of taipei protesting today's historic meeting between the leaders of china and taiwan. their protesting would symbolize in this handshake you are watching now. the thawing of relations, the first meeting between the leaders of the governments since the ends of the bloody war in 1959. both sides said no agreement will be found today, but they will discuss ways to cement their peace. meanwhile, argentina's security forces on maximum alert. they believe the drug kingpin el chapo guzman might have fled to mexico. el chapo made headlines when he got out of a prison in july. cyber criminals who broke into the aol e-mail account of cia john brennan are now at it again. the now lead suspects in the hack of el.gov, a private e-mail accounts of the fbi football two officials. officials were confident they would make arrests within days of the attack last month. but the investigation has provided few details. it's more complicated than first thought. >> ahead, an updated on a breaking story we are following, the fatal shooting of a six-year-old boy. this boy was shot by police of
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Mar 29, 2014 3:00am PDT
, that's true. you could be sitting next to a person, say, from china. let's say you both are married. both same age. both same children and ages of children, approximately the same income. your claim, victor, would be worth millions more than the chinese person. >> let me ask you this, the malaysia air was owned by the malaysian government. that seems to bring in an entirely new twist to this when it comes to lawsuits. how might that affect this? >> well, unfortunately, would you think so, but it does not. it's covered by insurance law. malaysia air has at least a billion dollars in insurance. the claims, $750 million. you would think because they're government-owned would bring in another aspect, but will not. >> do you expect a class action lawsuit here? is that even possible, considering that the people on this flight were from 14 different countries? >> that's another good question. the term class action is misused in an action like this. class action is not available. class action is for all people with the same type of injury and there is not in an airline crash. because of the
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