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FOX News
Sep 25, 2015 9:00am PDT
american government and its corporations, and china's flexing of its military muscle in the pacific, unsettling key american allies. chris stirewalt joins us live from washington. you can't miss the timing of this. you have a lot going on around this relationship. the foam would be quick to point to china's horrible record on human rights violations. >> remember the overlay for all of this and this may sounds strange. the overlay for all of this is global warming. the pope is interested in global warming. the president is hugely interested in global warming. and you mentioned concerns about aggressive actions by the chinese military. the top priority for the president is to get a deal with china about carbon emissions. that's a huge legacy project. he wants to get president xi jinping to get on board. >> the prime minister is known as one of the most aggressive leaders since mao. and is it any coincidence he decided to buy 300 beauing jets yesterday? -- 300 boeing jets. it appears he wants to be elevated to the world stage. president obama is giving him this house warming party, thi
FOX News
Aug 11, 2017 9:00am PDT
korea. there is a lot of opportunity. we sanctioned one banker from china recently, but there is a whole lot more they're doing business here and we should be going after china hard. we should demand that they play ball i north korea. as far as rhetoric goes, this is a crazy man, he might as well know that we can do what we say we do in terms of the rhetoric itself. there is nothing wrong with conveying what we have. we don't want to get to that state, but if he doesn't know that we are serious, then he will not take us seriously. this is been the whole problem. >> pete: that's why doubling down on sanctions at this point, and may help bring china along, but it won't solve things. how many miniaturized nukes he has -- if you give up your nukes, you die in a ditch. he gave up the nukes after the iraq war and that's what happened. stopping them before they get them can proliferate them, it's so critically important. i go back to around because iran is even worse. they're cohabiting with north korea to get these very same weapons. under perpetual black know from these two states -- before w
FOX News
Aug 9, 2017 9:00am PDT
united states, china joined with russia 15-0 to put those sanctions on north korea. let's listen to the general now. >> you are going to see us get really tough with china because i don't think china will behave necessarily in a way that ambassador haley wants them to behave. i think they're going to come up short and we are going to have to really go after china and nail interests with korea, but also their interests in the region. they'll have to put significant geopolitical pressure on china. >> harris: katie, i'm curious to know what you are seeing and hearing, what is the drumbeat on bipartisanship? you heard from one lawmaker, there will be no daylight between the publicans and democrats. >> katie: maybe not, but i think the republic environmento political, there will be some kind of coming together. in terms of how the white house has reacted to this, they knew this news was coming, that's why the president was looking down at a statement that he had in new jersey that the white house has been preparing for, not only just about a foreign policy perspective, but a diplomatic r
FOX News
Dec 12, 2016 9:00am PST
agency's findings should be taken seriously. china raising concerns about mr. trump's comments about taiwan. bejiing is warning any changes how the u.s. deals with taiwan could damage diplomatic ties. how the trump administration can keep the peace. after the show, join our overtime chat. foxnews.com/outnumbered. facebook.com/outnumberedfnc. tweet us. we'll see you there. ♪ seeing is believing, and that's why we're opening more xfinity stores closer to you. visit us today and learn how to get the most out of all your services, like xfinity x1. we'll put the power in your hands, so you can see how x1 is changing the way you experience tv with features like voice remote, making it easier and more fun than ever. there's more in store than you imagine. visit an xfinity store today and see for yourself. xfinity, the future of awesome. harris: fox news alert now. president-elect donald trump is slamming the cia, sustained now after the agency's conclusion that russia intervened with the election to help him win. the trump transition team says in a statement, quote, these are the same peo
FOX News
Dec 5, 2016 9:00am PST
although i support it. i have written about the relationship between taiwan and china over 20 years. something i followed very carefully. i'm convinced they made the decision to accept the call or to schedule the call from taiwanese president veryably abe implications were. i don't think it is as big of a deal as some people think. i think it's a signal but it's a large subject. we'll see other indications that donald trump will not follow the policies of the past eight years or maybe longer. that is why we have elections. harris: we'll get into that more i was more to the point whether it is already have somebody in mind for secretary of state? sandra: to time being, our co-host meghan mccain has been critical of length of time he is taking to make such a huge post decision is it time? many sources are reporting he will not even make announcement on secretary of state until as early as next week? >> i think he should take as much time as he wants -- harris: now that you're on the list. >> look, different presidents approaching this process in different ways some, george h.w. bush a
FOX News
Mar 7, 2017 9:00am PST
. china is boring morning it wile action against south korea. the two allies say the system is purely defensive. they say it was practice for hitting u.s. bases there. we'll have much more on this breaking news as we learn more. >> sandra: and is finally here, after years in the making, house republicans finally revealing their plan to repeal and replace obamacare. two of the architects of the bill, just wrapping up a news conference. this has democrats gearing up for a fight while some republicans remain on the fence. this isn't "outnumbered," sandra smith. here today, harris faulkner, meghan mccain, fox news political and legal analyst, eboni williams is here and two days at #oneluckyguy, eric bolling. he is outnumbered. >> eric: big day, a lot of news. >> harris: they're all big days and we're lucky to have you. >> eric: wiretaps, china, obamacare. >> sandra: let's get it started here. let's begin with the long-awaited replacement for obamacare. at the sweeping legislation was repealed "individual and employer mandates." republicans that say this will fulfill a promise years in the
FOX News
Apr 18, 2017 9:00am PDT
campaign. he focused on china. china is the nation that has the most leverage on north korea because it doesn't really have any other trading partners. if you think about it, there's an 880-mile border between china and north korea and that is the reason china sent about 150,000 troops to the border last week because they're concerned about refugees coming across, and for an fact there's a war, they'll have to deal with that. this is also why china is stepping up somewhat to gruesome economic pressure on north kore north korea. if you continue with these provocations, china, we're going to go after them economically and that could cripple their economy. >> sandra: north korea promising weekly missile tests. >> dagen: remains to be seen, it's still in the early stages, turning away the dozen ships that were heading to china, just one of the things the state run media is talking about. this is early stages, as you pointed out. "the wall street journal" today has a really critical article saying watch beijing's opposition to the missile defense system in south korea. that will get their
FOX News
Apr 6, 2017 9:00am PDT
korea's nuclear threat. it can the president pushed china to help with the problem? plus, president trump says he believes susan rice committed a crime in her efforts to unmask members of the campaign team. some democrats saying president from across the line with his comments. after the show, you can join us on our live chat by clicking the overtime tab. of course, you can tweet us. we'll see you there (vo) when i brought jake home, i wanted him to eat healthy. so i feed jake purina cat chow naturals indoor, a nutritious formula with no artificial flavors. made specifically for indoor cats. purina cat chow. nutrition to build better lives. mait's a series ofar is nosmart choices. like using glucerna to replace one meal or snack a day. glucerna products have up to 15 grams of protein to help manage hunger and carbsteady, unique blends of slow release carbs to help minimize blood sugar spikes. every meal every craving. it's the choices you make when managing blood sugar that are the real victories. glucerna. everyday progress. [ [ screams ] ] [ shouting ] brace yourself! this is crazy! [ t
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 9:00am PDT
and south korea and nations around the world and china. we are going to make it clear to the regime in pyongyang that the days of broken promises, the days of running out the clock on agreements with the world are over. >> meghan: all this as the world may be running out of tim time. a policy group warning north korea's nuclear arsenal has expanded to 30 warheads and could possibly double again in the next three years. petrifying me, probably petrifying the audience, talking with the threat of nuclear war with north korea. what you make of all this? >> kevin: not to go all michael vick on you, but it's like a chihuahua threatening. it's a lot of tough talk. if you look at the releases that have gone out, the different press releases, it's a lot of radical conversations. we've got the ability to explore their missiles at launch. they certainly had trouble getting missiles out of their own region. there are memes floating around that said we are going to bomb the ocean because that's where our missiles could end up in north korea. should we take them seriously in one respect? yeah. i thi
FOX News
Dec 19, 2016 9:00am PST
-elect donald trump tweeting out china can keep that drone, but we're told it's going to be returned tomorrow. >>> plus, mr. trump pushing back on claims made by michelle obama during an interview with oprah winfrey. she said americans are lacking a sense of hope after the election. the first lady's message and whether it's time for her to come to terms with the results of the election. ♪ ♪ it takes hard work, dedication and hours of practice for a drum line to perfect its routine. rocket mortgage by quicken loans is just as precise... but it only requires a few minutes of your time. now, you can securely share your financial information with the push of a button, giving you an accurate and custom mortgage solution without missing a beat. [drum line sfx: rocket] quicken loans. proud supporter of college athletics. [sfx: rocket (whisper)] harris: want to catch you up on the very latest on this breaking news on fox news. russia's foreign ministry has confirmed that their ambassador to turkey has died from the his wounds. we've been covering it for about an hour here on fox news tha
FOX News
Mar 17, 2017 9:00am PDT
china. i don't think we are in the old ages of where you have to play china against russia. i think we are all beyond that. >> sandra: i asked you how you think sean spicer is doing. >> ari: i used to spend my lunch hours briefing the press corps, this is a lot better. >> sandra: it could be make or break moment as republicans try to rally support for their bill to replace obamacare as president trump claims he switched some no votes to yes during a meeting a short while ago at the white house. whether the president can work his art of the deal magic to pass this bill. plus, the white house pushing back after senate until leaders is a there's no evidence that trump tower was wiretapped. the fiery white house press briefing you do not want to mis miss. >> i've done plenty of reporting on all this. >> no, you want to cherry pick one comment. >> that has all been looked at. >> how do you know all this? how do you seem to be such an expert in this? that's why you drink ensure. with 9 grams of protein and 26 vitamins and minerals. for the strength and energy to get back to doing... ...what
FOX News
Dec 6, 2016 9:00am PST
. kissinger happened to be meeting with china's president at the time call he took place. he was impressed by the chinese leadership ace calm reaction to the phone call which former gop presidential nominee bob dole helped arrange. in the fallout, newt gingrich believes president-elect is sending a tough signal to beijing and that is about time. >> this was a deliberate, well-thought out specific signal. he accepted a phone call from the freely-elected head of a democracy of 23 million people and frankly, if it is okay for president obama to go down and hang out with the castro dictatorship, it ought to be okay for donald trump to talk to a democracy. meghan: charlie, he makes a great point, when president obama opened diplomatic practices with cuba, by the way, not a democracy. 23 million people voted for the president of the taiwan, elected her president. there was adulation in the media, oh, this was a fantastic move by the barack obama, but when donald trump accept as phone call from democratically elected president, and it could start a war, a direct quote from a news source. what you
FOX News
Sep 2, 2015 9:00am PDT
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FOX News
Nov 2, 2016 9:22am PDT
, america has lost 70,000 factories since china entered the world trade organization. another bill and hillary backed disaster. we are living through the job theft in the world, our jobs are going to mÉxico and other countries, china and others are making our product, we don't make it anymore. a trump administration will stop the jobs from leaving america and we will stop the jobs from leaving florida. my second home, you know that, i am here all of the time. my second home. great place. the theft of american prosperity will end. they are stealing our prosperity, horribly stealing our prosperity. a trump administration will renegotiate nafta and will stand up to foreign product dumping all over the place, currency manipulation by kleina and many -- china and other countries, we will also immediately stop the job killing transpacific partnership. a disaster and hillary wants it -- she called it the gold sister and rejected it. then she lied during the debate, right? she lied about the line in the sand, right? she lied. as part of our plan to bring back jobs, we are going to lower taxes
FOX News
Feb 8, 2016 9:00am PST
the same opportunity of getting through the united nations with china exercising veto as it is for me to be on the next space launch much. look, we're going to complain about it. we will make speeches. sandra: but what are we going to do about it? >> nothing. nothing. sandra: what should we do about it? >> what we do they had, thad, anti-missile system in south korea. second thing, call the people responsible for this regime to be in being. that is china. china is providing them with wherewithal to survive. china controls north korea's destiny. sandra: so is there a problem. >> sanctions not just against north korea but chinese that do business with north korea. by the way, they're not going to have a capability to reach the united states anytime real soon. but it is inevitable over time that they will. by the way, they have had a lot of help, guess who, our new best friends according to obama, the iranians some this is serious stuff and the chinese continue to act in a very aggressive fashion and in other areas but right now, we need to have sanctions and we need to have missile defe
FOX News
May 31, 2017 9:00am PDT
start to fall behind countries like china and india. that's something at the president just won't stand for. he made a commitment during the election campaign to bring back manufacturing in the united states to bring back more jobs. if he sees something being a threat to that campaign promise, he will find a way to get out of it. not sure if that's going to fly with the president. i think it's probably safe to say that he has come to a tentative decision, but it has not yet fully comfortable with it and once a little more time deliberating on what could happen before he goes and pulls the trigger. last week, he spent a lot of time with our allies in europe and in japan, climate change was a big topic of discussion at the g7. the president was said to have evolved on his thinking, that according to gary cohn, but again, coming out of this basic idea that he does not want to sacrifice american competitiveness, particularly when it comes to job creation and that will be foremost in his mind when he makes a decision on what to do about whether or not to pull the u.s. out of the accord
FOX News
Jul 10, 2015 9:00am PDT
of this private information in the hands of right now? one big answer could be china. they are not ruling out china has all of the data. >> think about what the kbg would do with this information? people with top security clearance are supposed to be anonymous. and you see every form. did they get the president form? current white house official forms? what could be on the form? it could be embarrassing drug use, affairs and it could jeopardize national security. the journal said the largest security breaches in u.s. history, one snowden and this, happened within the last two years. who is in charge? >> she is not going to resign even though there are calls from both parties. she said she inherited an outdated legacy system. >> when the harry truman line the buck stops with you? she needs to go. i get she inherited an old system and we probably need into invest more money in beefing up security -- >> but someone has to take responsibility because you know, i used to work at the federal government i am wondering if my data was breached. you are probably right, it probably is the chi
FOX News
Jan 11, 2017 9:00am PST
everybody. that includes russia, and china, and everybody. everybody. okay. go ahead. >> mr. president-elect, you said just now that you believe that russia, indeed, was responsible for the hacking of the dnc and john podesta's email's, et cetera. >> president-elect trump: there could have been others also. >> before simply getting the facts and then making a public state and why did you undermine? >> president-elect trump: i think it's pretty sad when intelligence reports get leaked out to the press, either get sad. first of all, it's illegal. these are classified and certified meetings and reports. and i will tell you what does happen. i have many meetings with intelligence. and every time i meet, people are reading about it. somebody is leaking it out. so i said, maybe it's my office, maybe my office. because i have a lot of people, a lot of great people. maybe it's them. and what i did as i said, i won't tell anybody, we are going to have a meeting, and i won't tell anybody about my meeting. with intelligence. and what happened is, i had my meeting, nobody knew, not even
FOX News
Dec 22, 2014 9:00am PST
this, and this is what we're going about -- to do about it. >> china doesn't mind if we do can it, russia doesn't mind if we do it -- >> because they're transparent about their dictatorship and communism. they talk about china, iran, north korea. china sits in the middle of all of this. they have an official agency. north korea has an agency that works with china. vladimir putin invites kim jong un to go to russia. they're teaming up because the more they degrade america, this is warfare. the nazis wanted to blow up power plants in world war ii in america right here in new york city. then they had to go plant a bomb. now they just need a cyber bomb. now they just need to shut down our systems or go in and, say, change the water mix in water treatment plants. >> do you know what we call what just happened to sony on the real world? practice. >> they're probing us. they look at our response, and they act just like terrorists probe us. the underwear bomber failed, but others succeeded. >> well, a lot of people have questioned why didn't the government move in quicker. well, the fbi w
FOX News
Oct 20, 2016 9:00am PDT
idea whether it's russia, china or anybody -- >> i am not quoting myself, i am quoting -- >> hillary, you have no idea. i don't know putin. he said nice things about me. we got along well, that would be good. from everything i see has no respect for this person. >> well, that's because he'd rather have a puppet as president -- >> no puppet. >> and it's pretty clear -- >> you're the puppet. putin has outsmarted her every step of the way. >> mr. trump -- >> excuse me. >> mr. trump -- >> i'm not a plant here, i've just got to -- harris: those two threw more shade than a forest. [laughter] my goodness gracious. [laughter] for the record, though, donald trump and president putin actually have met. he may not know him, but they've met. >> it's confusing. trump did once say that he had met putin in a green room at a tv event. it was never confirmed, but subsequently he said he didn't meet we don't have any independent proof of it. harris: all right. >> look, i think the problem here is what transfer says about piewt -- what trump says about putin and russia is exactly right. there's no ques
FOX News
Aug 7, 2017 9:00am PDT
china is so important, did you notice what happened at the u.n.? china and russia got on board with the sanctions. >> which is good, china had to impart because we made it clear to china that we were goig to start going after them for currency issues. and on trade issues, we were going to go after them on intellectual property. all things that we still need to do at some point. but they bought themselves a little bit of time. that said, $1 billion sounds like a lot, but you are talking about north korea which has roughly $28 billion estimated economy, so $1 billion will hit them, but could we do more? >> harris: the thing is without country, they just starve their own people. they don't care. they are honey badgering their way through life right now. they are going to do whatever they can to make up the difference. >> kennedy: it is really scary, that's why you see the shift in tone from the united states, because mike pompeo the cei -- cia director was talking about regime change, and a more militaristic view and explanation of north korea. rex tillerson has softened that. he says
FOX News
Jun 2, 2017 9:00am PDT
dollars. we have put off the compliance date for china for example for more than a decade. meanwhile, we're subjecting ourselves to a series of international norms that could end up adversely affecting the american economy. >> harris: some of the criticism has been that those norms are arbitrary. the whole time i was talking, i don't know if you caught it. melissa was in throwing shade, she was just shaking her head. >> melissa: is an astonishing thing to me. because what the president says in terms of it's a bad deal. that is just the fact of the matter. president obama touting this as being so fantastic. he did almost nothing. he didn't even come close to being on track to meet the obligations that he was setting out there. he had no plan to do it at all. there is no form of policing, there is nothing that happen if you don't follow it. it's a meaningless agreement. china gets to continue to increase its carbon emissions through this whole entire thing. >> harris: i don't have total agreement within the republican party. >> kennedy: no, you still have people who want to be liked wi
FOX News
Mar 7, 2016 9:00am PST
these other countries, whether it is china, $500 billion a year trade deficit with china. what the hell good is that for us. where does that help us? so you have china, japan where cars come in by the hundreds of thousands, they pour off the boats. like mark is driving the car. i never seen, you wouldn't drive it, too reckless. they come off these boats going 40 or 50 miles-an-hour. like the long island turnpike or long island expressway. they come pouring off the boats one after another after another. we send them like, nothing. we send them nothing. and by comparison, nothing. we have to make smart deals. we can no longer, we're losing, look at our deficits, look at our budget, look what is going on with this country, we're losing our jobs. the politicians don't tell you that. i actually think a lot of them don't know. most of them that do know they're controlled by special interests that own companies in other countries. they're even controlled by other country is. countries have lobbyists also. they have lobbyists. they have their donors. it is absolutely crazy what is going on
FOX News
Jun 4, 2014 9:00am PDT
of the historic military crack down in china's tianamen square. china brutally crushing a pro-democracy protest. now china is repressing any mention of the event. we have a live report coming up next hour "happening now." >> jon, thank you. >> big show to fit in an hour. i may be outnumbered but my turn for the story. starting this month the nfl will require every player to attend human resources and retired player ambassadors will visit each time to kick-start the conversation about changing the locker room culture. this follows last year explosive story that dominated the headlines. the miami dolphins, jonathan martin, screen right, quitting the team after bullying by teammate richie cog neat-o. screen left is richie cog neat dough. the first openly gay player, michael sam drafted by the st. louis rams. so the sanctuary which always has been the locker room, will no longer be the sank airy. is this a good move, sandra? >> it is if you want to punish the guys an fine them if they do act out. you have to let them know how to act to punish them later that is the principle behin
PBS
Jun 13, 2012 11:00pm PDT
and china, all on their own. on their own with a camera crew. it's a great idea. travel's the best thing for kids. and dysentery and intestinal parasites, they're the best things for kids as well, are they? bird flu's big in china. there wouldn't be any point in going and having to break off a week into the trip. why would we have to break off a week into...? when angela rings and says she's heading back to america. that's right, stereotype me. well, you didn't hang around when mum died. i needed space to cry. i feel things. and i don't? funny thing, isn't it, how people grieve in different ways. god, we're lucky with this weather. ben: she is so fat! shush! but she is! but you can't say it, ben. she must know that she's fat, because she looks in the bathroom mirror and then she sees a fat lady... if she can get in the bathroom door. pete! but you-- you mustn't say it, because if she hears it, it might make her really sad. it's like if someone has funny hair, or... or one leg... you can't say, "here come paul and heather." although they're unlikely to be seen together. sorry. no. l
FOX News
Feb 5, 2016 9:00am PST
different question. >> hillary is so establishment and stole the white house china and got away with it. you know, what don't worry about it, bring some of it back. melissa: bring it back later. how is it possible sanders leads clinton among women. >> he is ladies man. women love sanders. i'm not surprised. women fall over themselves for sanders. he is sex symbol. melissa: are we talking about the same guy? >> speaks to how pathetic hillary's campaign is. she can't get women to vote for her. melissa: she leads 60 plus voters. harris: full display last night. i really do. yes, i'm c-span watcher. i'm watching all of it and enjoying every second of it. but i got to tell you it dropped so loudly when she dropped the gender card. only thing that would separate her from everybody else, the way that she is the outsider, is based on her identity as a woman. and you and i stalked about this before the show. we've got to stop this division line, because if she is going to drop the gender card, when she gets to the south she will be dropping the race card. melissa: how is she going to do that. >>
FOX News
Jan 10, 2017 9:00am PST
understands that you have china and russia growing in terms of power in this world, and it is in america's interest to have a relationship with both of these countries, letting them grow unchecked is not in any way -- >> julie: would you acknowledge the russians hacked the rnc as well or attempt to do? >> sean: they attempted to, and the president-elect said in the statement, russia, china, and others have tried for decades. >> julie: you are saying that despite the fact that they hacked the rnc -- >> sean: they didn't hacked the rnc, they tried to. i think we had the appropriate defenses, and the fbi acknowledge that. >> julie: the intelligence committee disagrees with you. >> sean: with all due respect, no. >> the intelligence community warned the dnc and the rnc that there are nefarious actors, they warned both of them -- >> sean: with all due respect, they tried to get into both. they were denied at the rnc. and frankly we stopped them at the gate, then we met with the fbi, answer the call, and continue to work. >> julie: so you are not worried that they have anything in you
FOX News
Feb 13, 2017 9:00am PST
china. and how they needed to intervene, start getting more involved. i think that's quite frankly, that's part of it is where the entire parts will circle back. >> it is interesting that you bring up china, because i see china and north korea like israel and iran. i think that it is going to be a very tricky situation diplomatically. certainly in a show. but the presidency does have to stand up to north korea. and this was absolutely no accident that to the missile fell 300 myers miles from japan. >> while he is here. >> while the prime minister is in florida with the president. >> i have a different theory in terms of how thirsty north korea's leadership seems for attention. they are petulance often. somebody else was getting all of the shine. and i think that it also might have been planned that way because what are we talking about today? our mouths are saying north korea. >> this is exactly what he does. and meghan made the point earlier. legitimize and get the attention back. i think that's one of the things that we have not talked about in respect to terms take on foreign po
FOX News
Sep 6, 2016 9:00am PDT
her favorite topics right now we understand, south china sea, tensions, so on, so forth, syria, trump, everything. melissa: we saw in the clip we showed you why she hasn't been doing this we give up the day county point. she did it. she is going to do it. she heard from people they wanted to see more of her. getting grief from anderson cooper, all across the dial and halting, rehearsed words dig about trump on campaign. turning to his tax documents. she is robot. she is prepared, and prepared, looked so uncomfortably. sandra: i want to challenge that. i think she looked very comfortable. being personal with the press this is not formal press conference. this is the comfort of her own environment her plane. i don't know that she received any brutally challenging questions. >> i agree with you, she looked very comfortably in light of coughing fit she had. sandra: she says allergy. >> i wish some would start cross-examining her about the fbi documents. harris: bring you up-to-date, julie this, is part deaux. maybe they are caught off-guard. served with a perrier with nice slicep lime. ju
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Aug 14, 2017 9:00am PDT
would be reading a memorandum on china. important given the situation with north korea. but we were looking to the opportunity for him to speak on charlottesville, virginia. ahead of that 3:00 p.m., talking about these things. and it is significant to note that this will broaden out to a bigger speech on race relations. we saw the last president do this. i mention this. at these events have been under him as well. and now we are going forward in seeing it from this president. >> charlie: that is a reminder of all the vitally important issues out there that the president would much rather be talking about. >> harris: north korea, china? >> charlie: yes, and it needs to be dealt with. to your point, kennedy, he is not going to get a fair shake. and that is no excuse. no excuse to make missteps. you just have to never make missteps. >> kennedy: that is what it means. the methods against him politically. >> charlie: you will get no cover from people in a party. which is sadly how politics works. one of the nice things that i actually appreciate going on in washington right now is that t
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Sep 28, 2015 9:00am PDT
this has been exercised by the united states, united kingdom, france, china, soviet union and russia alike. it is natural for endeavors and representatives at the organization. when the un was established, its taunters didn't think there would be unity. the strength is coming from taking different views into consideration. decisions debated taken as such. whatever actions any state might take by pausing this procedure is not legitimate and defy international law. we all know that after the end of the cold war, everyone is aware of that, a single center of domnation emerged in the world, and those who found themselves at the top were tempted to think if they were strong and exceptional they would not have to wrereckon wit the un. this often creates obstacles or in other words gets in the way. it is now becoming commonplace to see that in its original form it has become obsolete and completed its historical mission. of course the world is changing and the un must be consistent with this natural transformation.to work together with its partners on the bases of broad consensus but
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May 5, 2017 9:00am PDT
the peninsula will be catastrophic. >> dagen: is to get china to enforce and stand by sanctions they violated. the u.s. has the legal authority to put pressure on north korea by applying what are called secondary sanctions. you deny access to the u.s. financial system to any company or financial institution and a third country that's conducting illegal business with north korea. other administrations have not stepped up to enforce that because they were worried about making beijing angry. we have the ability to make beijing angry and get them on board. >> michael: we have to change what the chinese most fear. not nukes pointed at the united states. that is now changing. military is credible from the united states, we can't keep letting the north koreans march towards this icbm. if united states strikes, you're going to have a collapse of the north korean states anyways, so let's step in from the chinese perspective. >> harris: the credibility i was getting to you. 59 tomahawk missiles into syria play a role. >> meghan: i like our people are talking about president obama right now. ev
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Oct 15, 2015 9:00am PDT
reports that china wants to deepen military ties with iran. okay, jesse, cuba is now involved. president says he will not put any boots on the ground. the tense relationship between him and vladmir putin seems to be running that region. >> president said he never had a strategy. now you're seeing what happens when you don't have one. what was the one strategy he had? $500 million to train five guys? andrea: bargain. >> there is axis of evil, new axis of evil. all the countries obama cozied up to. cuba, putin, china, iran. what will happen? cuba is better community organizer than president. i don't know what is going on. we allowed the middle east to unravel on his watch. i don't understand what is happening. it is absolutely ridiculous. andrea: sandra, to jesse's point the american public believe cube is better community organizer. if you look at latest poll, upper hand goes to vladmir putin with 53%. 22% of respondent said president obama. sandra, it was president obama who drew the red line with syria, one he was not prepared to enforce. now he can't go back on it. he can't go back on
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Jul 24, 2015 9:00am PDT
china, i will take jobs back from japan and every county that is killing us. i will bring the jobs and the hispanics are going to get ge jobs and love trump. they already do. they were not insulted because the press misinterpreted it. >> was he misunderstood? >> it is so amazing. he is going to china and japan and fly on the trump job and put all of the jobs in a bag worth more than mitt romney and sprinkle them all along the southern border. i love he is going to build the wall and make mexico pay for it and all latinos are going to vote for him. and he is going to win the latino vote. he doesn't say how but people say that is great. this is fantastic. >> willie are you a trump fan? >> i love trump. how can you not love trump? i wonder myself i was confused how he is going to win the latino vote. it is solely based on that hat. that hat will win the latino vote. it is a fashion statement. we were talking earlier about the politicians. the way he talks resonates to people. he sounds like a real guy and a real person. he is angry and it is happening to a lot of people and i know the
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Apr 8, 2015 9:00am PDT
against russia. he is don't like being humiliated by the west. >> russia is in there and china is in there as well. >> basically what the blockbusters movies are made of. we go to bed at night with a sense of security we're all secure. we're safe, on our banks are safe. our military is safe. when we're really not. i mean we're on the verge of not being safe. and that's, that's so scary and we need your friend in the white house needs to toughen up a little bit. >> my friend? which friend? >> of the of the united states andrea. >> my buddy. >> i think it was all over retaliation. remember a year ago russia was invades crimea. we slapped sanctions on russia, saying anyone who aids leadership, any banks aid leadership we'll sanction you. this happened month after they invaded crimea. state department had a breach, what, a month ago? makes me wonder one of you were saying did hillary clinton, is this indication that maybe her emails were breached, classified information in the hands of russians? >> getting into the white house system they can certainly get into bill's server in chappaqua
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Sep 6, 2017 9:00am PDT
comment before you go to break? >> kennedy: i'm glad he had the strong conversation with china and i understand what china is getting out of north korea. there being so incredibly responsible. this is their border, this is their region, these are their people and effective putting their lives in jeopardy by continuing to support this regime is unconscionable. >> harris: anybody? okay. we're going to move onto the story that's taking shape right now, very dangerous storm, hurricane irma, category 5. making its way west toward puerto rico and florida, so we think. the cone of uncertainty is big on this one so they're trying to figure out the path, but they're moving assets and people out of the way as fast as they can. we've already heard from governor rick scott of fort of the sour joined by senators nelson and rubio as they are trying to tell their people to get out of the way on the mainland. plus, amid the nuclear tensions with north korea, as we just touched on because we heard a few words from the president, president trump may have congress decide the fate of the iran nuclear de
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Aug 10, 2017 9:00am PDT
china, i do think holds the key to that. >> sandra: speak specifically to the rhetoric, marine. north korea will be met with fire and fury from the president. north korea responds saying that's a load of nonsense, that threat coming from in united states. >> marie: the rhetoric is interesting. first, president trump seems to have drawn a different version of his redline. he will take very drastic action, they will have very very serious consequences for human life. if he doesn't, it will look like an empty threat. the other problem for me is that north korea's propaganda domestically depends on having an external enemy to hold up as the evil empire as their enemies, basically, and president trump, because of his language, is giving them an external enemy that they can use which can be very dangerous. republicans like john mccain have said the same thing. >> lisa: no offense, i'm so sick and tired of the criticism over the fire and fury comment. jim mattis who is a student of history, someone who is known for being deeply thoughtful who essentially said the same thing yesterday,
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Aug 31, 2016 9:00am PDT
exports to mexico than we do with brazil, russia, india and china combined so this is a very important economic relationship for the united states, an important relationship for mexico and i think it may be less the immigration rhetoric then maybe the nafta trade rhetoric. >> mike pence suggested that on america's newsroom that will be a discussion about that as well but that being said politically, will this move the needle with the hispanic community? >> it's interesting to see and to summarize nicely, it's going to be interesting to see what the take away is going to be after this is over because both these men are not popular with their own constituency. the president of mexico has as much to gain about telling donald trump to take a hike as donald trump is to tell him he's going to pay for the wall so it's going to be interesting to see what happened afterwards, whether the president of mexico stands up and says i told him under no circumstances are we paying for his wall and i told him he's a racist and i told him he disrespects the people of mexico, that helps them domestically.
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Dec 27, 2016 9:00am PST
china, continued nuclear threat of north korea, and many other developments in other countries, whether you're talking about south korea or even the philippines, that are unnerving, you had abe, he was the first leader to fly to new york, the first foreign leader to meet with donald trump. i think that speaks volumes. and what's happening at pearl harbor speaks volumes about how close we are today and how we need to continue. >> sandra, how important is that relationship? china inserting itself there. sandra: i want to lean on you a little bit more, i like you so many stories of surviving veterans. some want apology. some want him to mourn with them. because you speak to and represent veterans and you are one yourself, what would you like to see happen here? >> i think everyone internalizes and deals with stuff like that differently. some might want an apology adamantly. others turned the page. others think it is great to mourn and honor it. i'm really glad we didn't apologize in hiroshima. i understand why they wouldn't as well even if we want that. i think it is slippery slop
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Jan 6, 2017 9:00am PST
to what he did tell "the new york times," calling it a political witch hunt, he said china relatively recently hacked 20 million government names. how come nobody even talks about that? this is a political witch hunt. dagen. >> dagen: while the leaks certainly indicate that, the timing of that, the fact that they are these great revelations after the election, it looks like the obama administration and people who don't like donald trump are trying to take away the credibility and legitimacy of his administration before he's ever inaugurated. again, you go to which congressman king talked about, the leaks in "the washington post," the leaks in "the new york times," and the leaks to nbc news, which donald trump pointed out before he had ever been briefed by these intelligence officials. he needs to make the distinction which is hard to do on twitter between the leadership, and then those life-long, those lifetime intelligence agents, officers, and analysts, who we will rely upon. but he needs to get to the bottom of this. my concern is, the more donald trump disparages the intelligence
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Nov 10, 2014 9:00am PST
lines mondays. >> i'm having a good monday. something to be said for that. president obama? china today for a meeting with the chinese leader. they've agreed to ease restrictions on work and travel but will china's increasingly close relationship with russia come up? we have a live report. plus we are awaiting a news conference at 1:00 p.m. eastern on the new health care.gov website as open enrollment under obamacare is about to kick off. can the website move past last year's botched rollout problems? we'll be listening for any news. dow is up more than 20 points today after hitting record highs last week. this as the price of oil continues to drop. a check of the markets ahead for you. it is all "happening now." very busy monday and a good one, harris. >> see you then. thank you. >> now it's my turn with this story. kelly rippa made millions of fans but she seems to be okay with her own kids not being among them as long as it's for their own good. she described punishing her teen daughter saying, quote, she recently lost her computer and phone privileges so it's like taking away oxygen
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Nov 11, 2016 9:00am PST
comes to china and other places, mexico. and he can say, you know what? there's going to be an incentive to build things in america again, and i think that will be something that's going to be really welcomed. >> can i throw something out here? from the minute donald trump started to win the election, remember there was a big dip in the dow on tuesday night. kennedy: absolutely. we were all watching that. >> the dow made two record high closes the last two days. it's up -- all-time highs -- melissa: we're talking about this -- kennedy: yeah, we're going to talk about this. [laughter] hold on, my friend. >> it takes in what melissa said about regulation, what dagen said about taxes, what ebony said about jobs and what we've all said about a different type of leader in d.c., and that's really what's happening here. you watch with, it's good for business. melissa: yeah. >> if it's good for business, it's good for jobs. ebony: and it's multipronged, i know this spending is going to get pushback from the gop, but there's one opportunity here with infrastructure and -- dagen: i do th
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Jan 4, 2017 9:00am PST
schumer, house republicans, and china, and such a bundle that they should just all go fight each other and stop spending money. i don't have a problem with twitter at all. the problem that i do have with only twitter is that it can be one-sided! >> well it is one-sided. >> kennedy: is a tool for propaganda. i think it's important for the president to be challenged. do i trust every member of the media to ask objective questions? no, not at all, but hopefully there are still people out there who are educated and curious and who have the public's interest at heart, and they will challenge the president-elect. >> she looked at me lovingly when she said that, so i hope i'm in the second category. but i will say this, there are some questions to be asked. you are talking to your followers, so most of your tweets are one-sided, that is the whole point of talking to your followers. >> jesse: but when president obama gives a press conference, he can call on six people and speak for one hour and make no news. donald trump will call on 16 people and make tons more news than president obama. >> s
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Sep 29, 2015 9:00am PDT
, china has them, russia has got them, this is a non story, and -- >> not just the white house, you have to know the cia was certainly conversing with the secretary of state so why aren't these organizationss who are charged with protecting our national security raising red flags, sounding alarm bells the secretary of state, the home system that is not impervious so we moved beyond can hillary get over this politically, moved past that and asked the question can we move past this as we look at the national security being compromised. >> when will we stop treating e-mail like it was created yesterday? this is not new technology between need to catch up. >> great question and that is even if the story moves on, shall we as a nation because we are risk and we talk about that every day but meantime former president bill clinton making new comments just a day after blaming republicans for the scandal. he said this. >> glad it happened in 2015 instead of 2016. i believe it will burn itself out. let the american people think about this, a few months ago still the most admired person in pub
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Sep 5, 2014 9:00am PDT
security at a time of international crisis. he said russia invades, china bullies, islamic state a terrorist threat threat beyond g we have seen a car and the defense secretary threatens and washington/as the military. several arguments advanced justify the destination of our defense, all of them are wrong. suppose the presidential election was held today in america had to choose between hillary clinton and mitt romney. 55% would vote for hillary clinton. 42% would vote for mitt romney. these are strong comments in terms of our defense. does this mean he should run for president? oftentimes republicans they commit a great comment, we have to run him, should they be jumping on this? >> mitt romney playing the senior statesman of the party. still has a role to play and he is doing it with you, conference. i think he will run again? absolutely not. i would be shocked, i would be actually shocked if he were to go out and say he will run again because i think there are so many people that will be looking at it and i think it would be probably not in his be interest and would take him aw
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May 2, 2014 9:00am PDT
in critics have called an inhumane matter because of a botched execution. in china, iran and saudi arabia it comes to some countries have expressed their concerns as well. what are your thoughts on this and will this race more questions of the justice and reputation? and after edward snowden on u.s. civilians of your own cell phone, france should have the steps taken by the u.s. are now consistent with the healthy alliance with personal trust being rebuilt. was wondering if you could elaborate a little on this agreement that couldn't be reached. thank you. >> what happened in oklahoma is deeply troubling. individual who was subject to the death penalty committed heinous crimes, terrible crimes. i have said in the past there are certain circumstances in which a crime is so terrible that the application of the death penalty may be appropriate. mass killings, the killings of children. but i've also said in the application of the death penalty this country, we have seen significant problems. racial bias. on even applications of the death penalty. situations in which individuals on deat
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May 6, 2016 9:00am PDT
growing as fast as it should be. you are still seeing lagging growth in europe, japan and now china. here in the united states there are folks out there still hurting. so we have to do egg we can to strengthen the good trends and guard against dangerous trends as a global economy. if the republican congress joins us to take some steps that are pretty common sense, then we can put some additional wind at the backs of working americans. to create new jobs they should invest in our infrastructure, our road, bridges, water mains. some of you joined me when i went to flint this week. it's an example of the kind of work that is out there to be done. we could be putting people back to work with a huge multiplier effects across the economy if we started investing in the infrastructure that would make us more productive. congress should raise the minimum wage. this is something that would not only help those individual who are getting a bigger paycheck. but it means they are spending more and that would be a boost to business. to level the playing field for american workers and crack down on unfai
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Apr 6, 2016 9:00am PDT
story. i saw this when i woke up this morning. this is a big one. >> most came from china and india but it is all clear that this could be exploited by any number of people for other reasons beyond economic reason certainly with respect to terrorism. there is a whole category of special-interest aliens who have penetrated the united states over the years and have come with the goal of attacking the united states. there haven't been many congressional hearings about it but it is a persistent problem that needs to be addressed, this is something the obama administration should be looking at rather than feel-good arguments about refugees. my heart breaks, do whatever you can to help them. but we can't be naÏve about the threats presented. >> it is based on a feeling of guilt, we have so much, why not share with everybody? that is not what we are saying. share whatever you want to share. >> they act like bringing refugees into europe is what the refugees want. christian refugees want to stay in syria where their families have been for centuries, their history, christian heritage, that is w
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