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russia or the ukraine or burma or china or any other place, you urged us to take a tougher stand and you were right to do so. i'm a democrat. when we had a bush administration, i didn't much like the bush administration. but i absolutely believed that president bush thought that the united states should be a force for good in the world. i was routinely at the state council urging those folks, including paula, i don't know if he's still in the room, to take a stand on this, that or the other. i don't feel that way about the current occupant of the white house. i think we have to be open about this and think about what it means. there were a number of people this week who criticized president trump for not calling for the release and not condemning the protests. i found myself not joining in on that protest. i don't want pruch to call for the release of anti-corruption protesters in russia. it would be hypocritical for him to do so. from my standpoint, the thing -- he in many ways represents the thing that some of these young people in russia were protesting against. he has told us ver
administration, many of you guys came to us and whether it was russia or ukraine or burma or china or any number of places to take a tougher stand and you were right to do so. >> behind the democrats when we had the bush administration i didn't much like the bush administration but i absolutely believe that president bush thought the united states should be a force for good in the world. and i was routinely at the state department and national security council urging those folks including paula who is still in the room to take a stand on this or the other. >> i don't feel that way about the current document of the white house. >> i think that we have to be open about this and think about what it means. >> there were a number of people this week who criticized president trump for not calling for the release and condemning these protests. i found myself not sharing that criticism. >> i don't want them to be calling for the release of anticorruption protesters. >> it would be hypocritical to do so. from my standpoint, the thing, he in many ways represents some of these young people in russia
movements in russia and in china, in cuba, and countries around the world. and trying to have the world rights movement. . >> we know that several groups are persecuted. they call non-traditional religious minorities. one of them is jehovah's witnesses. going to file a claim to ban this group. >> thank you. being the right policy to bring about change. then religious freedom. who wants to take them. >> i'll take the first two. might want to say something about the third. there are a lot of things that we can do. i think the sanctions we now have are minimal. we have to protect ourselves and protect the information space. not allowing these planes to be bombing in syria and ukraine. you know, but probably the most effective thing we could do is to really cut off access to our investment system. reorganized crime and corruption reporting project. which just came out with a report that the guardian reported on. $20 billion of stolen money. could be as high as $80 billion. the video that they did about medvedev had $1 million. but it's much, much more than that. these are enormous sum
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