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CBS
Jan 24, 2016 5:30pm PST
all of these countries and their leaders we just mentioned, russia and china a have never been on our side of the table, they are on their side of the table and they wanted to open the iranian economy for a long time. europeans don't negotiate on our behalf they want the iranian economy home and this is a bad deal and iran will use the hundreds of billions of dollars as a result of this deal to fund the terrorism and nuclear buildup which is not peaceful. russia is in iran's selling selling their nuclear capability and they have put so many constraints around the clear what we know. >> again, when you speak of nuclear weapons you talk about north korea doing testing, they say it's a hydrogen bomb we think otherwise but when you look at that this is u.n. action does go far enough as president how would you address that? >> it doesn't. look, we have never had a successful deal to curtail north korea's am missions, bill clinton struck the first deal it didn't work, george bush struck a deal it didn't work. but let's start with the basics, when there's no response to provocation you will
CBS
Feb 14, 2016 5:30pm PST
speaking truth to power in china... women's rights are human rights. narrator: and having the fortitude to keep government out of women's personal healthcare decisions. planned parenthood action fund endorses hillary clinton. just like the league of conservation voters for her bold plan to attack climate change. and the human rights campaign fund... because hillary believes only love should decide which two people can marry. not just a progressive. a progressive who gets results. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. >> welcome back to "politics now." >> welcome back, immigration has been front and centre today. john kasich came out as the more mod are the of the group. today? >> let's start there. of all the plans john kasich, very moderate but george -- i'm sorry, jeb bush also had a fairly moderate plan. so who came out on top? er if than do? >> i thought rubio came out on top but kasich is all supportive and governor of ohio, he is daning the right way. he's proven he wants to do it and best of all, he's proven that it can be done. obviously trump and ted cruz a
CBS
Sep 4, 2016 5:30pm PDT
country doesn't work for you, find one that does. that's why trump's factories are all located in china. >> stephen colbert, you can catch weeknights at 11:35 right here on cbs. >> we highlight big political stories happening next week. the state board of regions will be talking about plans for the big presidential debate. it is expected to draw 70 million viewers, that meeting is happening on friday. next weekend marks 15 years since the september 11th terrorist attack. several bell ringings and events being held here in the valley. >> thanks for watching "politics now." of course, you can e-mail us at politics las vegas.com. we're your election headquarters for the next year. watch us every week right here on sunday. referred to as the bishop of the slum.
CBS
Feb 20, 2016 7:00pm PST
. you look what the china is doing to us, what japan does to us, what mexico is killing us at the border. >> this win puts trump in a commanding position now to move forward to the next primaries. >> one thing he did not jeb bush who recently dropped out of the race, a little more than an hour ago. >> i'm proud of the campaign we've run to unify our country, and to advocate conservative solutions that would give more americans the opportunity to rise up and reach their god-given potential. the people of iowa and new hampshire and south carolina have spoken and i respect their decision. so tonight i'm suspending my campaign. >> ben carson who came in fifth vowed he wasn't going anywhere and john casic is staying in the race as well. >> the hillary clinton camp is celebrating their win tonight. paul is with them at caesar's palace. >> hillary clinton was clearly pleased to have won nevada. she needed to prove she could win a state like nevada is more racially diverse as it is. took the stage with her husband bill clinton, all smiles and waving to the crowd. here's what she told her
CBS
Sep 25, 2016 5:30pm PDT
the, virginia base cna corporation. ir asked him about china buildig artificial islands, north korea working withs toward nuclear tip missiles aboard its submarines and iran harassing u.s. ships in the persian gulf. on that list, i wonder. >> i'm going to jump right into the middle of the controversial piece by saying for the long haul, it's far g more important than any of those. why? because climate change can have devastating impact across the globe. severe weather could result in more humanitarian you missions, it could displace people, refugees fleeing war torn parts of the world. governments could weaken as droughts and severe weather that could prompt the migration of so called climate refugees into other areas. >> those kinds of things will cause tribes and peoples to move and impinge on what the current occupants believe to be their rightful5 territory. the stresses that come from that, judicial stresses beyond what are already being felt in those parts of the world, i think will cause additional states to fail. >> gun's research has specific application in nevada, as well.
CBS
Jan 10, 2016 5:30pm PST
everything alone. and paranoid government in north korea probably the best ironically we have is china. china has a great deal of tension as well. they are financially and economically than any other country. work with china to make sure north korea does not get a hydrogen bomb. >> the idea of a hydrogen bomb in north korea a scary thought? >> of course, it's a scary thought. when you have a government that is isolated, paranoid and totalitarian that has no people to direct them but a handful of people on top, that is always a dangerous situation no question about it. >> the end of your debate in november, hillary clinton was asked about comments she made back in the 90s which it appeared she supported a system that she know no longer supports. and she didn't deny it as say i waited and the revolution never came. that's a direct shot. political revolution. why now do you think there's a possibility to get things out that and is her pragmatism born of this experience the revolution never came? >> i wouldn't agree with that. what makes today different is a growing anger and disgust the a
CBS
Jan 3, 2016 5:30pm PST
from china. >> but the deal has been made. if the governor makes a deal and shakes your hand and can welcome to nevada you're open for business we are giving you incentives i would hope that they hold true to their word and says okay. made whatever the deal was we'll keep the promise that was made. >> depending on government mandouts. government can give you something, government can take it away. this is part of the overall philosophy behind the limited government. as you have a limited government and you're not playing favorites with industries there's nothing there for government to take away. everybody is going to be playing off the same field and help you plan out your future better long-term. >> out to donald trump talkingar about billy clinton's affairs. now he's using that with hilary so out of bounds or is that a fair topic? what i mean by that is hillary clinton did have a role in all the scandals. the way she handles herself and the situation these are things you can talk about. talking about bill clinton's but if you are talking about how hillary clinton handles the situa
CBS
Oct 30, 2016 5:30pm PDT
baseball history and the presidential mask index, where halloween, the election andid china collide. >> who do you like know? >> i think donald trump. >> why? >> because he's funny. >> he's funny. >> i think most of chinese like him better than hillary.
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