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CSPAN
Aug 30, 2012 6:00am EDT
security. russia and china prevent a response and everyone asks, where does america stand? [applause] indeed, indeed, that is the question of the hour. where does america stand? you see when friends or foes alike don't know the answer to that question unambiguously and clearly, the world is likely to be a more dangerous and chaotic place. since world war ii the united states has had an answer to that question. we stand for free people and free markets. we will defend and support them. [applause] >> we will sustain a balance of powers that us is stains freedom. now to be sure the burdens of leadership have been heavy. i know as you do the sacrifice of americans, especially the sacrifice of many of our bravest and the ultimate sacrifice. but our armed forces are the shield and foundation of security, but we are so important to that we have men and women in uniform that volunteer. they volunteer to defend us at the front lines of freedom, and we o'them our eternal gratitude. [applause] -- and we owe them our eternal gratitude. [applause] i know , too, and it has not always been easy, th
WETA
Aug 29, 2012 7:00pm EDT
give governments in russia and china a veto over how we defend our interests in the progress of our values in the world. we can't afford to have the security of our nation, we can't afford to have the security of our nation and those who bravely defend it in dangered because their government leaks the secrets of their heroic operations to the media. [cheers and applause] i believe we can't afford to substitute a political timetable for a military strategy. by committing to withdraw from afghanistan before peace can be achieved and sustained, the president has discouraged our friends and embold ended our enemies which is why our commanders did not recommend these decisions and why they have said it puts our mission at much greater risk. we can't afford another $500 billion in cutsgdtj in our defee budget on top of the nearly $500 billion in cuts that the president is already making. [cheers and applause] his own secretary of defense has said that cutting our military by nearly a trillion dollars would be devastating. and yet, the president is playing no leadership role in preventing
CSPAN
Jul 18, 2016 7:00pm EDT
, san bernardino, turkey to some extent, russia and china, national security will be a much bigger issue. as those with likely to running a former secretary of state and her record will be a real target. steve: punishment can, thank you very much. thank yousman king, very much. susan: one final question for you, the line it will include quite a number of veterans. either campaign have an advantage with american military personnel? that suggest that donald trump has more support among members of the military. members of the military do tend to lead more conservative ideological be that they might be or supportive of donald trump . it should be noted that donald of them haver one the military expansion or donald trump made some interesting statements on the u.s. military the context of isis suggesting that they should be using different tactics, stronger tactics in the fight. as of now, there is some indication that donald trump has a slight advantage among veterans, but as a national security policy this and develop, i think we can expect to keep an eye on those numbers. susan: you
CNN
Aug 30, 2012 10:00pm PDT
and manufacturing jobs to china. his trillion dollar cuts to the militaryill eliminate hundreds of thousands of jobs and also put our security at greater risk. his $716 billion cut to medicare to finance obama care will both hurt today's seniors and depress innovation and jobs in medicine. and his $1 trillion deficits, they slow the economy, restrain employment and cause the wages to stall. for a majority of the americans who now believe that the future is going to be better than the past, i guarantee you this, if barack obama is re-elected, you'll be right. i'm running for president to help create a better future, and a future where everyone who wants a job can find a job. why where no senior feels for the -- fears for the security of their retirement. an america where every parent knows that their child will get an education that leads them to a good job and a bright horizon, an unlike the president, i have a plan to create 12 million new jobs. [ applause ] paul ryan and i have five steps. first by 2020, north america will be energy independent by taking full advantage of our oil
CSPAN
Aug 30, 2012 7:00pm EDT
than any other country, even china. [cheers and applause] it is our best and brightest, who landed an extraordinary rover on mars. it is nobel prize winners, scientists, writers, artists. the second to none who inspire us all. these are the achievements brought about by a free society that honors individual effort. we owe it to those who have given so much to regain our strength and remain the strongest force for freedom the world has ever seen. our allies deserve an unwavering support. r&d these need to know that we stand to defend freedom -- our enemies need to know we stand to defend freedom at all costs. [cheers and applause] america was built on the belief that free enterprise, hard work, passion, and faith. we have the awesome responsibility to make that dream a reality. that dream is not an impossible dream. it is the american dream. it is sure, it is strong, it is steady. mitt romney's plans to restore america's promise and purpose will be realized, and the american dream will once again be available to all her children. we are in nation of dreamers. henry ford, thomas edison,
MSNBC
Jul 20, 2016 7:00pm PDT
nearly $400 million trade imbalance with china, the $60 billion trade imbalance with mexico, and the continued destabilization of the middle east which has cost our nation trillions and trillions of dollars and thousands and thousands of lives. but today i see in his eyes a man who truly loves his country, who is proud of his country, and who wants his country to be great again. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. i want to thank my father over there for the life that he's provided me, for the life that he's provided my family and the life that he's provided all of our employees around the world. i want to thank my life -- my father for the life that he's enabled me to provide to my future children as my beautiful wife laura and i start thinking about that amazing chapter of our lives. to that end i often think about the legacy i wish to leave my children, and to me there are few things that i hold closer to my heart than charity. for me it's the essence of who we are as human beings. it's the barometer by which we will be measured for our time here on earth. as martin luther king jr.
CNN
Aug 29, 2012 10:00pm PDT
. dictators in iran and syria butcher their people and threaten regional security, russia and china prevent a response and everyone asks, where does america stand? indeed, indeed, that is the question of the hour. where does america stand? you see, when friends or foes alike don't know the answer to that question, unambiguously and clearly, the world is likely to be a more dangerous and chaotic place. since world war ii, the united states has had an answer to that question. we stand for free peoples and free markets. we will defend and support them. mitt romney and paul ryan understand this reality. our well-being at home and our leadership abroad are inextrickbly linked. they know what to do. they know our friends and allies must again be able to trust us from israel to columbia. from pole an to the philippines. our allies and friends have to know we will be reliable and consistent and determined. and our foes, our foes can have no reason to doubt our resolve because peace really does come through strength. our military capability and our technological advantage will be safe in mit
MSNBC
Aug 30, 2012 4:00pm PDT
next steps. china and india produce eight times more engineering students each year than the united states. this is a moral cost to our country, our failing schools need to be fixed. we say that every child in america has an equal opportunity, but tell that to a kid whose classroom learning isn't respected, tell that to a parent stuck at a school where there is no leadership. tell that to a young talented teacher who just got laid off because she didn't have tenure. the sad truth is that equality of opportunity doesn't exist in many of our schools. we give some kids a chance but not all. that failure is the great moral and economic issue of our time, and it is hurting all of america. i believe we can meet this challenge. we need to set high standards for students and teachers and provide students and their parents the choices they deserve. the first step is a simple one. we must stop pre-judging children based on their race, ethnicity or household income. we must stop excusing failure at our schools and start rewarding improvement and success. we must have high academic standards th
Current
Aug 30, 2012 4:00pm PDT
. china and india produce eight times more engineering students each year than the united states. this is a moral cost to our country, our failing schools need to be fixed. [applause] we say that every child in america has an equal opportunity, but tell that to a kid in whose classroom of learning isn't respected. tell that to a those who have no leadership. tell that to a talented teacher who was laid off because she didn't have teen tenure. the sad truth is equality does no exist for many of our schools. that's the moral and economic issue of our time, and it is hurting all of america. >> cenk: that teacher was probably laid off because of republican policies. >> we need to set high standards, provide students and parents the choices they deserve. the first step is a simple one. we must stop prejudging children based on their race, ethnicity or household income. [applause] we must stop excuseing failure in our schools and start rewarding improvement and success. we must have high academy standards that are bench marked for the world. you see all kids can learn. the data proves
CSPAN
Aug 30, 2012 12:30am EDT
. russia and china prevent a response. everybody asks "where does america stand?" [applause] that is the question of the hour. where does america stand? when friends or foe alike do not know the answer to that question, the world is more likely to be a more dangerous and chaotic place. since world war ii, the united states is had an answer to that question. we stand for free people and free markets. we will support them. [applause] we will sustain a balance of power that favors free them. to be sure, the burdens of leadership have been heavy. i know as you do the sacrifice of americans, especially the sacrifice of many of our bravest and the ultimate sacrifice. our army forces are the shield and foundation of liberty. we are so fortunate that we have men and women in uniform that volunteer -- they volunteer to defend us at the front lines of freedom and we owe them our eternal gratitude. [cheers and applause] i know it is not always been easy, but it has been rewarding to speak for those who would otherwise not have a voice. the democracy advocate in venezuela. the prisoner in iran. it h
MSNBC
Jul 21, 2016 8:00pm PDT
been destroying our middle class. she supported nafta, and she supported china's entrance into the world trade organization, another one of her husband's colossal mistakes and disasters. she supported the job-killing trade deal with south korea. she support ed the trans-pacifi partnership, which will not only destroy our manufacturing, but it will make america subject to the rulings of foreign governments, and it's not going to happen. i pledge to never sign any trade agreement that hurts our workers or that diminishes our freedom and our independence. we will never, ever sign bad trade deals! america first again! america first! instead, i will make individual deals with individual countries. no longer will we enter into these massive transactions with many countries that are thousands of pages long and which no one from our country even reads or understands. we are going to enforce all trade violations against any country that cheats. this includes stopping china's outrageous theft of intellectual property along with their illegal product dumping and their devastating currency man
NBC
Aug 29, 2012 7:00pm PDT
not even a rising china that can do more harm to us than we can do to ourselves if we do not do the hard work before us here at home. we have always done that better than any country in the world. people have come here from all over because they have believed our creed of opportunity and limitless horizons. they have come here from the world's most impoverished nations just to make a decent wage, and they have come here from advanced societies as engineers and scientists to fuel the knowledge-based revolution in the silicon valley of california, in the research triangle of north carolina, along route 128 in massachusetts, in austin, texas, and across this great land. [ cheers and applause ] we must continue to welcome the world's most ambitious people to be a part of us. in that way we stay young and optimistic and determined. we need immigration laws that protect our borders, meet our economic needs, and yet show that we can a compassionate nation of immigrants. we have been successful, too, because americans have known that one's status at birth is not a condition. americans belie
MSNBC
Aug 30, 2012 1:00am EDT
. >> we can't afford to give governments in russia and china a veto over how we defend our interest and the progress of our values in the world. sadly for the lonely voices syria and iran and those in the world who feel forgotten in their darkness and sadly for us as well our president is not being true to our values. my friends, across the world people are seizing control of their own destinies. they are liberating themselves from oppressive rulers and want america's support. america must be on the right side of history. >> joining me is eugene robinson and david koren. i like mccain for his service to our country but he listed six islamic countries we should be at war with now. we got to go in syria and go against iran and get in war with libya and continue the war in afghanistan and iraq. it went on and on. >> great idea. it's unrealistic. he's unburdened by the responsibility of the presidency and that's a good thing. it's a good thing he doesn't get to go to war willy-nilly left and right the way he has consistently advocated. >> he used to be a man who cared deeply about service p
CSPAN
Jul 21, 2016 7:30pm EDT
best interests first. whether it is a trade deal with china, or standing up to radical islamic terrorists. as he has done many have before, he will stand up for the brave men and women who defend our country and will protect us here at home. he will bring about the change this country so desperately needs and get the job done. it has been a long time to be of a president like that. donald trump, it is time to make america great again. >> ladies and gentlemen, please give a very warm welcome to ivanka trump. [cheering] >> good evening. [cheering] thank you. one year ago i entered is my father when he declared his candidacy. in his own way answer his own sheer force of will, he sacrificed greatly to enter the political arena as an outsider. and he prevailed against a field of 16 very talented competitors. [cheering] year, donald a trump has been the people's champion. and tonight, he is the people's nominee. [cheering] like many of my fellow millennials, i do not consider myself categorically republican or democrat. one than party, i vote based what i believe is right for my fami
CSPAN
Jul 20, 2016 7:00pm EDT
wages, skyrocketing health care costs, doubling of the debt, threat of isis and the rise of china, and the democrats answer to all that is to nominate the woman who helped orchestrate america's decline. >> boo! >> think about it. some cruel joke. like skinny jeans on men or man buns . a bad joke. i don't want to sit around and tell my kids stories someday about how great america used to be. do you? >> no! >> we never give up. challenge, wery fight and we went. -- win. we are americans! [cheering] need, america, we need a president who believes in the constitution and who will fight for us, not against us, treat us like an ally, not an enemy, fight alongside with us. [cheering] we are not the enemy, we are the people! [cheering] we are not your servants! hours -- ours. [cheering] friends up there in hello --, i feel, >> boo! >> two all my friends up there in the press, you all know in won thert donald trump republican nomination. you know it. you know why he won it? because he dared to call out the phonies, the frauds and the corruption that has gone on unexposed and uncovered for
MSNBC
Jul 22, 2016 12:00am PDT
around by china and russia, arabs who aren't paying their fair share, the mexican government who thinks they can decide our immigration policy, blah, blah, blah. it's unusual since lindbergh to be america first. >> it does go back to lindbergh here and you see the final transformation of the republican party into a nationalist party. you're basically taking about law and order -- >> your conscience is code for -- vote your conscience. as everybody knows on capitol hill it means feel free not to back the party. >> this was not a reaganesque speech. there was no shining city on the hill. this was a very, very powerful -- >> are you for or against trump? >> oh, i'm against trump. >> are you for or against trump? >> for him. >> i know you're working for him. what did you make of that speech? >> it was beautiful, it was fantastic. i introduced him at rallies since july 2015. so i've been for him for a long time. a rally speech was different. everyone was wondering. there are no trump steaks and trump water on stage. this was a good combination where you got some of him being playful a
MSNBC
Jul 20, 2016 5:00pm PDT
gonna be huge, it's gonna be good and he's going to build a wall. and punch china in the nose. but other than that, we have nothing. and the american people want to know how he can help their lives not just watch him trash hillary clinton in a completely fact-free zone. >> senator, it's mike pence's night at the convention, he'll be giving his vice presidential nomination acceptance speech. we're also getting news and noise about hillary clinton's vice presidential choice. i will flatter you again, and you know that i've always thought that you would be an excellent democratic presidential candidate in our own right. i think you would be an excellent vice presidential running mate for any democrat. you have said that you're not interested in that job. but i wonder in terms of your political perception, your political skills, do you think that hillary clinton ought to pick somebody who is a liberal fire-brand progressive outside of the party to try to really excite the democratic party bayless, or base, or pick somebody more moderate like yourself to reach more disaffected republica
FOX Business
Aug 29, 2012 8:00pm EDT
where he has gone since he has been president of egypt? china and a run. china and ron. i can guarantee you that the country's believe that all they hear from obama is withdrawn, withdraw, leaving. left. terrible disarray. real leaving afghanistan, and things are not going well there. famous story of the taliban and prisoner, the american interrogators. the prisoner says, you have the watches, we have the time. neil: let me ask you, senator. sort of political back-and-forth here. barack obama, even in a heated contest with you and after the financial meltdown, i think you could have had jesus christ and your ticket and it would not have helped. be that as it may he had and has respect for you. we are told he really does not like mitt romney. i don't know what it is to about a number of sources have confirmed this. whenever it is about mitt romney , he does not like the guy. and never felt that way about you. delta did not feel that way about hillary clinton. i don't know whether that is a good or bad thing. you know him. the epa detectable -- detestable character. >> he has his faults a
CNN
Aug 28, 2012 1:00am EDT
, distinctly different from her husband's bull in a china shop approach. >> she was a very gracious woman, but nuanced, careful. and i see that in mitt. >> i think he had a very advanced and mature understanding of politics at a pretty young age. lenore romney ended up getting killed in that senate race. you know, you take away lessons from victories and from defeat. >> from both parents, george thrives on candor. >> there's a growing aimlessness and flabbiness in our american society. >> lenore, more cautious. their son looked for a path somewhere in between. but george romney steered his son away from politics and toward business first. and two graduate degrees in both business and law at harvard. >> by now, george romney had seen what it took to succeed and what kind of skills you needed and what kind of credentials you needed. he was encouraging his son to go beyond where he had been. >> so in 1972, mitt, ann and their two baby boys moved to massachusetts. but their move from utah would not be easy. >> it was destroyed by fire in august of 1984 and the fire department said it was most
CSPAN
Jun 12, 2016 10:00am EDT
union, and mainland china are firm, vigilant, and forward looking. policies i have initiated offer sound progress for the peoples of the pacific, africa, and latin america. israel and egypt, both trusting the united states, have taken an historic step that promises an eventual just settlement for the whole middle east. the world now respects america's policy of peace through strength. the united states is again the confident leader of the free world. [applause] ford: nobody questions our dedication to peace, but nobody doubts our willingness to use our strength when our vital interests are at stake, and we will. [applause] mr. ford: i called for an up-to-date, powerful army, navy, air force, and marines that will keep america secure for decades. a strong military posture is always the best insurance for peace. [applause] mr. ford: but america's strength has never rested on arms alone. it is rooted in our mutual commitment of our citizens and leaders in the highest standards of ethics and morality and in the spiritual renewal which our nation is undergoing right now. [applause] mr.
CSPAN
Jul 21, 2016 7:30pm EDT
quote been destroying our middle class. she supported nafta, and she supported china's entrance into the world trade organization. another one of her husband's colossal mistakes and disasters. she supported the job killing trade deal with south korea. she supported the transpacific
CSPAN
Jul 19, 2016 5:30pm EDT
devastated unfair trade deals, allowing countries like china and mexico to steal our jobs, robbing our children of the opportunity to live the american dream. the stakes in this election cannot be overstated. either make america great again or travel down the path of a third obama term. [booing] under barack obama, we have been losing. the federal government tramples on our rights. our allies can no longer depend on us. our enemies defy us. our country has no borders and china and mexico continue to steal our jobs. enough is enough. [applause] back oure to take country, the great united states of america. [applause] president trump is going to build a wall and secure our borders. [applause] president trump is going to defeat terrorism and make our country safe again. [applause] president trump is going to bring back our stolen jobs. know western new york donald trump is not merely a candidate, donald trump is a movement. [applause] mr. speaker, i have the honor of seconding the asination of donald j. trump the next president of the united states of america. [applause] you got it. thank
MSNBC
Jul 21, 2016 7:00pm PDT
deal with china, or standing up to radical islamic terrorists. as he's done so many times before, he'll stand up for the brave men and women who defend our country and who'll protect us here at home. he'll bring about the change this country so desperately needs and gets the job done. it's been a long time since we've had a president like that. donald trump, it's time to make america great again. >> the lights are back up in the hall again. >> good evening. thank you. one year ago -- i introduced my father when he declared candidacy. in his own way he entered the political arena as an outsider. and he prevailed against a field of 16 very talented competitors. for more than a year, donald trump has been the people's champion. tonight he's the people's nominee. like many of my fellow republican or democrat, more than party, affiliation i vote based on what i believe is right for our family and country. sometimes it's a tough choice, that's not the case this time. as proud daughter of the nominee, i'm here to tell you, this is the moment and donald trump is the person to make americ
MSNBC
Jul 20, 2016 6:00pm PDT
free from taxes, free from regulation, and don't give it away to russia and china. [ cheers and applause ] freedom means free speech, not politically correct safe spaces. freedom means religious freedom, whether you are christian, or jew, muslim, or atheist. whether you are gay or straight, the bill of rights protects the rights of all of us to live according to our conscience. freedom means the right to keep and bear arms and to protect your family. [ cheers and applause ] freedom means that every human life is precious and must be protected! [ cheers and applause ] freedom means supreme court justices who don't dictate policy, but instead follow the constitution. [ cheers and applause ] and freedom means recognizing that our constitution allows states to choose policies that reflect local values. colorado might decide something different than texas. new york different than iowa. that's the way it's supposed to be. diversity. [ applause ] if not, what's the point of having states to begin with? now hillary clinton believes that government should make virtually every choice in y
CSPAN
Aug 31, 2012 12:30am EDT
] his assault on coal and gas and oil will send energy and manufacturing jobs to china. his trillion dollars cuts to the military will eliminate hundreds of thousands of jobs and put security greater at risk. his $716 billion cut to medicare to finance obamacare will hurt seniors and depress madison. his trillion dollar deficit slowed our economy, restrain employment and cause which is to stall. the majority of americans now believe the future will not be better than the past, i guarantee you this, if obama is reelected, you will be right. [applause] i am running for president to help create a better future. or everybody who wants a job can find a job. no senior fears for the security of their retirement. where every parent knows a child will get an education that leads them to a bright horizon. unlike the president, i have a plan to create 12 million new jobs. [applause] paul ryan and i have a five steps. by 2020 north america will be energy independence by taking full advantage of our oil, gas. [cheers and applause] we will give our fellow citizens the skills they need for the jobs
NBC
Aug 29, 2012 10:00pm EDT
russia. almost nothing about that. nothing about china. and what was so striking to me was one other line that she had. does not matter where you come from. it matters where you are going. to a lot of delegates on this floor, it does matter where president obama came from. because they've been very critical of his kenyan father who had a different faith than many of them would embrace and they've raised lots of questions about where his ultimate loyalty is. >> the first speech of the evening. during the televised portion. kelly o'donnell, preview the second major speech. and that's paul ryan. you covered congress. you've gotten to know him in the course of your beat. contrast the guy you've gotten to know in the hall ways to the guy we'll see in the hall tonight. >> his colleagues and people on capitol hill always call him the teacher. here's someone who can take really complex ideas sometimes. eye-glazing subjects, and make them understandable to his colleagues. they see hill as being able to help tell the story of these difficult times. they will certainly emphasize wisconsin. i wa
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