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Dec 12, 2016 3:00pm PST
, citing his ties to the russian president. >>> nuclear warning. rising tension as china has an unprecedented show of force. could it explode into a military conflict. >>> about face on obama. trump says he's not going to wipe out the 44 president's legacy. tonight, the praise of the man he once bashed during the campaign. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> tonight, president-elect donald trump is escalating his dispute with the u.s. intelligence community, rejecting findings that russia tried to help him win the white house as ridiculous. the trump camp now suggesting that intel about russian hacking is part of a partisan conspiracy to delegitimize his presidency. there's a bipartisan push right now to further investigate claims that moscow tried to influence the u.s. presidential election. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says he backs the idea of a congressional investigation. the clinton camp also weighing in. former campaign chairman john podesta is supporting calls for member
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Dec 5, 2016 2:00pm PST
-elect trump holds a sit-down with former vice president al gore. trump also new talks in china. we're also firing on invasion into a. . lawyers label his stake without a shred of hope. . questions remain about whether those rules could. we'll discuss z judiciary committees. he's standing by live. our correspondents, annuals and gerszs, they will hand over your person in the sex shot and killed for justice. let's begin with cnn's brian to todd. 9 circuit court. >> and that is good news for the family of walter scott after such disappointing news that we learned in this case. we were shocked on friday, wolf, when the jury was deadlocked 11-1. with 11 being in favor of. we had one held-out juror who handed frmd. that one juror has still apparently held out and that's caused the judge to declare a mistrial. if all the coverage we've had in the past two years to eric garner, that lip case. was many michael slager. . on friday gsd tfts a slam-did you think. now he have federal court. they say they will try this family again. michael slager will have to go through this all over again. >> you
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Jun 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
numerous violations. what we need to do is isolate the regime, and that means china needs to be more cooperative with the international community in providing a blockade of economic assistance to north korea until they change their behavior. we have not seen that from the chinese government. so i think we have to be firmer with china in order to get north korea to change their equation. there's limits as to what we can do directly against north korea. we know that they have missiles pointed at south korea. we know that's only a few miles away from seoul. we know that there are literally millions of people that are at risk of casualties if we start a war there. so we have a limited option and we have to be careful that we use the opportunities that we have to bring about a change in north korea. >> the president tweeted this today. i'll put it up on the screen. "while i greatly appreciate the efforts of president xi and china to help with north korea, it has not worked out. at least i know china tried." so what is the next step, because that regime is about as isolated as possible. >>
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Aug 17, 2015 2:00pm PDT
there. >>> coming up following a dramatic confrontation with china over manmade islands in the pacific ocean, the united states is now issuing new warnings to china, this time to chinese spies operating in the united states everybody what is next for this increasing tense, plus north korea issuing an ominous threat of military drills on the korean peninsula. unbelievable! toenail fungus? seriously? smash it with jublia! jublia is a prescription medicine proven to treat toenail fungus. use jublia as instructed by your doctor. look at the footwork! most common side effects include ingrown toenail, application site redness, itching, swelling burning or stinging, blisters, and pain. smash it! make the call and ask your doctor if jublia is right for you. new larger size now available. staying in rhythm... it's how i try to live... how i stay active. so i need nutrition... that won't weigh me down. for the nutrition you want without the calories you don't... introducing boost 100 calories. each delicious snack size drink gives you... 25 vitamins and minerals and 10 grams of protein. so it's
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Apr 19, 2017 2:00pm PDT
only our allies in south korea and japan and in the wider world standing with us, but china has taken unprecedented steps now to begin to economically isolate north korea, and given the fact that china represents more than 80% of the exports from north korea is enormously important to their economic marketplace. we believe that this is an important step forward. >> so i just want to try to -- to drill down on the diplomatic side of this a little bit more. will the u.s. actually sit down in any way, shape or form for diplomatic negotiations with the north koreans? >> you know, whether you go back to the agreed framework of the 1990s or the six-party talks -- >> not, that just looking forward, whatever version it will be. will there be any negotiating, whether it's direct i? mean, you can answer that -- could you see a direct negotiation with north korea and the u.s.? >> i think not at this time. the policy that president trump has articulated is to marshall the support of our allies in the region, here in japan, in south korea and nations around the world and china who have taken
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Sep 5, 2016 2:00pm PDT
campaigning in the critical state of ohio. in china, president obama met one on one with russian president vladimir putin for about 90 minutes at g20 summit. mr. obama said he would talk it putin about alleged russian cyber attacks aimed at influencing the upcoming u.s. election. president described their talk as blunt. and washington is condemning latest missile launches by north korea and dictator kim jong-un. three missiles filed toward the sea of japan without warning in a move experts say is coinciding with the g20 in neighboring china. we're covering all of that and much more with our guest, sean duffy. and our correspondents, also standing by. let's begin with the trump campaign. our political reporter sarah murray is following the gop nominee for us. sarah, trump now seems to be taking a fundamentally different stance on undocumented immigrant. >> if donald trump is campaigning in a pivotal battle ground state of ohio and overshadowing his jobs and a softer tone saying el deal later with how he will cope with millions of undocumented immigrant in the u.s. donald trump's m
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Feb 17, 2017 2:00pm PST
, beijing finally allows the trump organization to put its name on construction projects in china. what is behind the sudden switch and will it cause ethics problems for the trump brand? wolf blitzer is on assignment. i'm breyona keeler. you're in the situation room. tonight president trump is in campaign mode. his visit to the boeing aircraft plant in south carolina had the look and feel of a political rally. the president bragged jobs in the country have surged since his election. also avoided all the contentious questions and issues that he left behind at the white house, still the president seems to be having trouble with one job in particular, and that is replacing his fired national security advisor michael flynn. cnn is told a top candidate took himself out of the running because the atmosphere at the white house seems chaotic. we're also following the growing fear and anxiety over immigration raids that rounded up hundreds of people illegally living in the u.s. are more raids ahead? is the trump administration follows through on promises to crack down on illegal immigration? and we
CNN
Aug 11, 2017 2:00pm PDT
heard china talking about people should take it easy, calm, you know, being reserved. that's what the united states. >> let's say, congressman, north koreans live up to what they threaten to do the other day. launch four intermediate range ballistic missiles towards the u.s. territory of guam with 162,000 u.s. citizens and a major u.s. air base, anderson air force base and say he does do that and says the u.s. military president is locked and loaded. what should the u.s. do if those missiles are aimed towards guam? >> we should not be going to north koreans to do that. but we don't have to say, if anybody makes an aggressive move against the united states in its territories or its allies, we would know that the united states of america, anybody that is the president of the united states, anybody will protect us and do what's necessary for the protection of our folks. everyone knows that. you don't have to go around and try to goad someone to say that, cross this line. >> north korea said unless they see different policy from the united states, by mid august next week, this is what
CNN
Jan 2, 2017 3:00pm PST
remember in 2013 they were able to identify a specific building outside shanghai in china where a military unit was hacking u.s. corporations, u.s. government institutions. the department of justice actually issued charges for individuals there. then in 2014 the u.s. was able to identify north korean hackers as being behind the hack of sony pictures, you will remember all those revelations. this is not the first time that u.s. intelligence, using its tools, has been able to identify a foreign country, again using these digital fingerprints that we're learning more about now as the evidence behind them now pointing the finger towards russia for the hacks of the u.s. election. >> just a few moments ago -- i want your reaction to this, jim, because you are an expert. donald trump tweeted this. i will put it on the screen. north korea just stated that it is in the final stages of developing a nuclear weapon capable of reaching parts of the united states. it won't happen. exclamation point. strong words from donald trump. >> no question. listen, the u.s. intelligence community view is
CNN
Apr 5, 2017 3:00pm PDT
president himself promising to handle the weapons program with or without the support of china. >> that's another responsibility we have and that's called the country of north korea. we have a big problem. we have somebody that is not doing the right thing. and that's going to be my responsibility. >> reporter: this, as his secretary of state rex tillerson addressed the latest north korean attempt to test a missile launch with a 23-word statement that ended with, "we have no further comment." this has led to questions from republicans worried about the president's foreign policy vision. >> i don't see any doctrine right now. i do have great confidence in the national security team around the president and i hope they will develop a strategy, stand up and give the president the advice and counsel i believe he needs and could get from that team. >> reporter: still, trump remained confident that he could meet the growing foreign policy challenges he now faces. >> the world is a mess. i inherited a mess, whether it's the middle east, whether it's north korea, whether it's so many o
CNN
Sep 12, 2016 2:00pm PDT
he also said it's up to china. he said china can solve this problem in one day. so what is it, talk to kim jong-un, have china do it? where do you and donald trump stand on this crisis right now with north korea? >> well, i think the nuclear test, the firing the three ballistic missiles during the g20, it's the kind of provocation we've grown accustomed to from the regime in north korea. but donald trump is exactly right. north korea operates within the sphere and under the enormous influence of china. and sitting down with china and explaining to them that we need them to step up and lean in and make it very, very clear that these provocations are no longer acceptable, leaving aside the repression of its people, will be a very, very important part of foreign policy in that region. >> so if you're vice president and he's president, i know you shared the foreign committee for a decade when you were in the house, what will it be, have china deal with this, or would the u.s. take initiative and talk with kim jong-un? >> i think that would be a decision for the president to make and i w
CNN
Jul 29, 2016 2:00pm PDT
over the place. i hear china is brutal. they say russia is excellent. and you have guys sitting in their home that are very good. you have people, men and women, sitting in their homes that are better than the people that are the inventors. i don't know. there's something about -- you know, general douglas macarthur, right? had a guy come say, sir, here it is. the risk is from there to there. general george patton. i guarantee you general george patton who was rough as hell, he wouldn't be doing e-mails when he's going to be ready to attack. if he were around, he'd say, i don't like that system at all. >> [ inaudible audience comment ]. >> thank you, darling. i love you. i love you and i think it's a guy. i don't know. who the hell cares. oh, no, it's not. beautiful. thank you very much. thank you very much. now i see you. i like that much better. i appreciate that. thank you, honey. i don't know. hey, the thousands of people on the other side that the fire marshals aren't being very nice to, they don't love me so much right now. but that's okay. and we're going to come over and se
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Apr 6, 2017 3:00pm PDT
of china. we're told mr. trump is planning to meet with his national security team later tonight and defense secretary james mattis will brief him on various military options. we expect to see mr. trump in mar-a-lago in palm beach later this hour. we're standing by for that. >>> the embattled house intelligence devin nunes steps aside from his committee's russia probe because he is under investigation. the house ethics committee now looking into whether nunes mishandled classified information. and senate republicans have taken drastic and historic action to clear the way for the confirmation of supreme court nominee neil gorsuch. the gop deploying the so-called nuclear option, lowering the number of votes needed to break a filibuster. our correspondents and guests are all standing by as we bring you full coverage. first let's go to our jeff zeleny he's with the president in palm beach florida. you were on air force 1 when the president spoke about al assad's future just a little while ago. >> reporter: wolf, i was and the president spoke in his most direct terms yet about bashar
CNN
Dec 12, 2016 2:00pm PST
know is that it could possibly have been china. it could have been iran. the other thing i think that is frustrating to him is what came out in the last number of months is that the cia and the intelligence community was cooking the data that was coming out of middle east and was downplaying the success of isis and i think one of the things that also needs to be investigated here, wolf, if they're going to look at what russia did, they ought to take a look at the plittization of intelligence. we need to make sure that that's not happening because that's very dangerous to our national security. we need intelligence providing us with data and information and staying out of the politics. >> what i hear you saying and you're a former chairman of the house intelligence committee, congressman, is that you think that career intelligence officials, whether it's the cia or other agencies are politicizing their reports to the president of the united states? >> no, but what i'm saying, wolf, is we do know that there's pretty clear evidence and i think a report came out that said that intell
CNN
Jul 3, 2017 2:00pm PDT
u.s. election? >>> growing threat. president trump reaches out to china to discuss the growing threat as they brace for the possibility of another nuclear test. but is the honeymoon with china already over? >>> beach day. governor chris christie orders state parks and beaches closed due to a government shutdown and then enjoys a beach day alone with his family. his time in the sun has many feeling burned. i'm brianna keeler. you're in the situation room. president trump has been working the phones, dialing world leaders ahead of his first meeting with russian president ladder mirror putin. at the same time he's been dialing up his attacks on the news media, raising new questions about what kind of message he's sending abroad. how that reflects on his presidency and also how it reflects on america. the president of the united states tweeted a video of himself body slamming and punching the cnn logo. the altered video has been traced to a social media user with a history of posting bigoted, racist and anti-semitic content. reacting to criticism of his twitter habits, he says his
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Jul 7, 2017 2:00pm PDT
celebration at a huge rally, and china and the u.s. in disagreement over how to handle north korea. more after this. [ male announcer ] whether you're new to medicare or not, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. it's up to you to pay the difference. so think about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they help cover some of what medicare doesn't pay and could really save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. call now. with a medicare supplement plan, you'll be able to stay with your doctor. oh, you know, i love that guy. mm-hmm. [ male announcer ] these types of plans let you visit any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare patients. and there are no networks. you do your push-ups today? prepare to be amazed. [ male announcer ] don't wait. call today to request your free decision guide and find the aarp medicare supplement plan to go the distance with you. go long. we're not professional athletes. but that doesn't mean we're giving up. i'm in
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Apr 18, 2017 2:00pm PDT
china. is there a conflict of issue. >>> and all about trump. voting is under way in a special congressional election in georgia. can a democrat grab a win in a republican district? we're watching for the results, and when they say about support for the president. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." . >>> the united states is reviewing its options for possible military action against north korea and defense officials say two tests are scheduled for weapons that may be needed to shoot down kim jong-un's missiles. a ship launched interceptor meant to take down north korean officials that threatened japan and a ground-based missile that defend against a future north korean threat to the u.s. homeland and north korea is talking tough, staying will test missiles, and i'm quoting now, weekly, monthly and yearly and warning the u.s. of all-out war if it takes military action. russia's also testing the trump administration and u.s. defenses right now sending a pair of cold war era strategic bombers toward alaska. the u.s. military says u.s. fighter jets safely intercepted
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Jun 30, 2017 3:00pm PDT
you're talking about dealing with our european allies or russia or china. with all the issues we have all over the world, we now have to deal with these tweets that the president is putting out about mika and joe scarborough on the news. it just shows -- it hurts our credibility. that's what really is disturbing to me because the rest of the world is also looking at this and they're saying, is this what america's president is doing? is this what this is all about with regards to the seriousness that we've got to deal with? and can we take his word when he says something to the world and to the citizens of the united states? it's very disconcerting and it's, quite frankly, it's getting to be exhausting. >> let's turn to foreign policy. the white house won't say if president trump will bring up russian election interference in the u.s. presidential elections when he meets directly with vladimir putin, the russian president at the summit at the end of next week in germany. does that concern you? >> absolutely. it concerns me in a very big way. it seems as though at no time has this presi
CNN
Jan 23, 2017 2:00pm PST
, it's only going to get help china. there's global economic power. they're going to move in where the u.s. has moved out and it's going to help china. >> here's what i would point out to everyone. maybe they're missing this. china's economy depends on the u.s. consumer. if their factories respect producing goods that are in our walmart stores and throughout our country, 25% of the world's economy, they don't have an economy in china. >> but leaving the tpp doesn't stop china from exporting all that kind of -- those kinds of goods to the united states. we're still going to be importing from china a ton of stuff. >> sure. the kind of things that china is selling around the world are not the kinds of things we make here when it comes to weapon systems, jet airplanes and the like. so it's consumer products that the chinese economy depends on. they can depend on the u.s. consumer. they've been cheating for too long. that's where donald trump as president can step in, protect, you know, the u.s. economy, get us going because those jobs have been stolen. >> and very quickly on trade, you
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Oct 30, 2015 2:00pm PDT
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Jan 17, 2017 2:00pm PST
allies. many adversaries, including china unsettled, even confused by some of the president-elect's comments with the exception of russia that is welcoming many of them. even sharing many of the same talking points with mr. trump. tonight russian president vladimir putin dismissing allegations that the kremlin has compromising personal and financial information on the president-elect. >> translator: what do you think? we have special security services running after every american billionaire? of course not. it is complete nonsense. this is rubbish. >> even joking about some of the more salacious and unsubstantiated details of such allegations which many news organizations including cnn have declined to report on in detail. >> translator: it is hard to believe that he ran to a hotel to meet with our girls of a low social class, although they are the best in the world. >> and attacking those who prepared and published the dossier. >> translator: people who order false information and spread this information against the elected president who fabricate it and use it in a political fight
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Jul 13, 2017 3:00pm PDT
continental united states. that is extremely serious. we would like to have china's full cooperation. we don't have their full cooperation. president trump does nice things to china. seems like the two countries that have the most that we are concerned about, china and russia, are the two leaders that mr. trump embraces. traditional allies seem to have a rough relationship with the president. >> traditional allies are in support of the paris climate agreement. >> something could happen with respect to the paris accord. we'll see what happens. we will talk about that over the coming period of time. and if it happens that will be wonderful. if it doesn't, that will be okay, too. but we will see what happens. >> senator over at the white house they had this big ceremony where the president announced he is pulling out of the paris climate accord. what do you make of him saying today we will see what happens? >> i think the president gets back into the agreement. >> you think he is changing his mind? >> it takes a couple of years to formally withdraw from the framework. there is no immedi
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Sep 2, 2016 2:00pm PDT
kidnapped in china a dozen years ago, and is now working in north korea teaching english to kim jong-un. >>> and tropical storm hermine is dangerous and threat ping tens of millions along the atlantic coast. i'm wolf blitzer, you're in "the situation room." >>> this is cnn breaking news. >> breaking news, the fbi releases it's report on the hillary clinton e-mail investigation including agents notes on the questioning of clinton. the documents show clinton repeatedly told the fbi she could not recall specific events. the notes revealed clinton relied on aides to determine what was classified or not. the do you means will likely rekindle the controversy and republican claims that clinton is dishonest. the trump campaign is pouncing on the document released, but trump is focusing on a problem of his own. a low level of support from minorities. he is not reaching out directly to african-americans, but his campaign has carefully scripted a question and answer session at a black church. >>> and a stunning new claim about an american missionary that disappeared nearly a decade ago. i'll sp
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Aug 10, 2017 3:00pm PDT
years. you look at bush and obama -- >> imploring china to step up their pressure on pyongyang. >> i think what noo can do more and i think they will. >> his secretary of state, rex tillerson, taking a different approach. offering reainsurances to the american people. >> i think the president has the capability to defend itself from the attack, and from allies, and we will do so. the american people should sleep well tonight. >> donald trump insisting his administration is speaking with one voice. >> there is no mixed messages. >> i heard that, i mean to be honest, general mattis may have take tennessee a step beyond what i said. no mixed messages and rex was just saying -- >> now tensions have been rising not just between the u.s. and north korea, but the u.s. and russia. it was striking to see the different tone that the president took on these issues. while he was slamming kim jong un, he had only positive things to say today. >> president trump stands firmly for his promise of fire and furry, kim jong-un is also releasing newripley. we got a new statement from north korea, tell o
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Apr 13, 2017 2:00pm PDT
paying their fair share. >> reporter: on china, president trump tells the "wall street journal" they're not currency manipulators. but candidate trump relentlessly vowed to label the country a currency manipulator on day one of his presidency. >> we are going to label china a currency manipulator. we can't continue to allow china to rape our country. >> reporter: suddenly, the president has a positive view of federal reserve chairwoman janet yellen, telling the "wall street journal," i like her, i respect had her. an about face from this assessment during the campaign. >> in my opinion janet yellen is highly political and not raising rates for a specific reason, because obama told her not to. >> reporter: trump appears to be souring on russia. >> we may be at an all-time low in terms of relationship with russia. >> reporter: after lavishing praise on russian president verplank touring the campaign. >> i think i would get along very well with verplank. i just think so. >> reporter: to be sure, trump is still holding out a glimmer of hope on repairing ties with moscow. trump twee
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Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
messaging the north koreans for that matter. but the real focus is on the actions that china is taking for example, most recently, it stopped importing coal from north korea. it made clear that if there's another nuclear test, it will cut off the oil it provides to north korea. >> chinese president also under unprecedented pressure from president trump who tweeted china is very much the economic lifeline to north korea. so while nothing is easy, if they want to solve the north korean problem, they will. and then directly challenging the chinese leader. >> i actually told him, i said, you'll make a much better deal on trade if you get rid of this menace. >> the chinese government wants acknowledgement for its efforts. >>. >> translator: china believes the international community has definitely seen chinese peaceful efforts to resolve the nuclear issue on the korean peninsula. >> and some analyst, wolf, say that china may now be worried if north korea has conducted some sort of provocation in the next several days that president trump may blame beijing. wolf? >> top of all of this, barbara,
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Dec 19, 2016 2:00pm PST
the history of the world. >> reporter: trump tried to turn the subject to china over the weekend after the chinese navy intercepted an underwater u.s. drone, tweeting, let them keep it. but it's not trump's relationship with china that's gotten the attention of "saturday night live." >> i was just in town hiding in the walls. >> come in, come in, it's great to finally get to talk in person. i could pose an e-mail to you but i haven't even sent it to you. >> i know. >> and the president-elect tapped, p pro hockey team owner vincent viola as army secretary. this pick is not turning out to be very controversial at all, brie an nachlt. >> no, it is not. jim acosta, thank you very much. joining me now is columnist chris collins of new york. he was the first to endorse hillary clinton. congratulations to you as you reach a milestone with texas electors pushing you over the top. it must be a welcome moment for you. >> it is, and thank you, brianna. i say it's a sigh of relief. it should not have frankly come down to some of the suspense, if you want to say that, today with the faithfuli
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Jul 31, 2017 2:00pm PDT
right answer here. i think the president is right is singling out china as really the player that holds the cards in this negotiation, and i'm not sure twitter is the way to do it, but really pushing china while we make sure we've got the military presence in the region that we want to have, and, you know, making sure they engage with the north koreans. i think that's really the only way to go here. >> china -- you can push china all you want but they're pushing back right now. they're clearly not doing what the president of the united states is tweeting about, what the united states is trying to pressure china into doing. how serious, congressman, is this north korean threat right now to the u.s. main laland? >> it's very serious, it's very serious. i think it's probably still improbable that they could assemble a missile, load it with a miniaturized nuclear weapon that would actually go off over the united states. but again, maybe they can. and in national security, if there is some chance that they can, you have to assume that they can. and so, you know, it's a very, very serio
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Jun 1, 2017 3:00pm PDT
the u.s. none competitive. now it's china european leaders warn who may reap the benefits. >> translator: we explained to mr. trump that it would not be good for the world or the united states if america was to step off the world stage, because the vacuum will be filled and the chinese are in prime position to take on a leadership role. >> reporter: now ivanka trump and her husband were absent from the rose garden ceremony. they were observing a jewish holiday today but the official also noted that while ivanka stayed at home kushner chose to go to a meeting. when the president referenced a terrorist attack, please in ma mila just say it was a robbery and the president made that remark after being briefed by his national security advisor, the white house appears to be blaming that on the national security advisor. >> thanks very much. we'll have a lot more on the president's climate change decision. that's coming up. i'll speak live with the president's chief economic advisor gary cohn who reported urged him to stay in the paris agreement. we'll also be joined later this h
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Dec 28, 2016 3:00pm PST
china. president obama was in china during his first year in office and i was sitting in the israeli prime minister's office, and i heard that president obama had strongly condemned israel, strongly condemned, language that is usually used for mass murder. he had strongly condemned israel for building apartments in jerusalem, in a neighborhood in jerusalem, and everyone knows -- >> these are familiar points. for viewers that don't know the situation well. i want to put up a map of israeli occupations in the west bank. here's a map of the occupations. the west bank on the right hand side, and then if we can show the next graph how the number of settlers in those occupied territories have grown during the netanyahu administration. let me ask you this in the simplest terms, why is that necessary? >> look, understand, we have a dispute with the palestinians -- >> i understand -- >> here's the graph i want -- >> internationally, the west bank is not disputed. outside the '67 boarders -- >> it is disputed. >> just answer the question, even from a security perspective, why do those settleme
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Dec 14, 2016 3:00pm PST
you don't, china and iran will do this. trump is going to take china and iran on, he should, but they'll turn on him and hack into his e-mails. >> i didn't know your e-mails were hacked by the russians. tell us about that. >> our campaign vendor that we used was hacked. we were told by the fbi in august that we were hacked in june. so they're trying to destabilize democracy all over the world, not just here. it's not just about pulling for trump, they're trying to break the back of democracy. they're trying to get us to fight among ourselves. and here's what we should do. we should tell the russians, you interfered in our elections, we don't care why. we're going to hit you and hit you hard. i'm going to introduce sanctions that will be bipartisan that names putin as an individual, his inner circle, for not only hacking into our political systems but destabilizing democracy throughout the world. >> what happened to the information that was hacked? you say a vendor was hacked. was it just your campaign or other information hacked by the russians? >> i think some of it was released
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Jun 30, 2017 2:00pm PDT
going on in the world, whether it's north korea, whether it's china, whether it's the negotiations of south korea that he announced today on a new trade deal that he would like to renegotiate, so i think we should really focus on that, and you guys in the press could help. of course, there is plenty of fodder out there, if we focused on these things, tax reform, people things really care about, the other stuff is a made for tv reality show, as far as i'm concerned. >> the white house said those tweets are official white house statements coming from the president of the united states. we didn't write those tweets, the president himself wrote those tweets and the white house has publicly said, those are official statements from the president. the president says that, and those are official statements. we can't ignore it, right? >> you can't ignore it, and they're going to be history from here on out. there is going to be a legacy remembered on these kinds of things? >> it one thing for a private person to fweet like that, it's another thing if you're the commander in chief, of the unite
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Jan 16, 2017 2:00pm PST
united states' one-china policy is negotiable and he'll start out trusting angela merkel and vladimir putin equally. will trump upset the international order and america's role in it. i'll talk to susan rice. >>> eyaufrnga's new role. her move to washington almost as highly anticipated as her father's. tonight her brothers talk to cnn about what she may accomplish. will the first daughter also be the president-elect's closest adviser. >>> peace broker. trump heaps praise on jared kushner saying he can succeed in negotiating peace deal. why does he believe jared kushner can bring them together when so many others have failed? i am wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> with just four days to go until he becomes president, donald trump is giving a thumbs-up but not responding to questions about the multiple controversies he has provoked in interviews and twitter attacks over the past few days. after meeting with the president-elect today, martin luther king's son defended congressman john lewis, who trump attacked over the weekend as, quote, all talk, talk, talk, and no actio
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May 29, 2017 3:00pm PDT
so far has had mixed success. for now, the trump administration is hoping china can convince kim jong-un to back off. president trump tweeting, north korea has shown great disrespect for their neighbor china by shooting off yet another ballistic missile. but china is trying hard. if it comes to war, defense secretary james mattis warns, it would be the worst fighting in most people's lifetimes. >> the north korean regime has hundreds of artillery cannons and rocket launchers within range of one of the most densely populated cities on earth, which is the capitol of south korea. it would be a catastrophic war if this turns into combat. >> a key question for china. would trump order military action. >> it's a fascinating question, i think -- i know a number of people who work closely with trump. and i know certainly people who work with xi. i don't know if any of them know the answer. i'm not sure if trump knows the answer. >> what if north korea declared it had a missile that could attack the u.s. would they know if that claim is true or not? >>> now to the rising fears that terror
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Feb 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
to china in being our partner in reigning in north korea. >> the chinese don't seem to be doing much. >> what concerns me about president trump's diplomacy was he took a call from the taiwan and set on its ear a 40-year established one-china policy where there was a settled understanding about how we would handle that. just this past weekend president trump was forced to take that back in a conversation with chi sing ping. >> there is one china and taiwan -- as far as you know did he win some concessions from the chinese? did they promise, for example, they would squeeze the north koreans and slow down their ballistic program. >> as far as i know, no. i would assume president trump would boast about having getting that concession. he made a misstep in his first days as president and had to walk that back, back to neutral. >> he blamed that he didn't get anything in exchange. he sees himself as the great negotiator. he knows how to deal with other countries and other people. >> there is a very troubling article in the front page of the "new york times" suggesting that within the
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Aug 8, 2017 3:00pm PDT
korean issue. they just got china to sign onto that very tough resolution and there was a lot of kind of big hugging of each other, of being able to work together. so, here he's trying to manage the chinese by giving them, even as you pass the sanction, a more softer message, and now this, he's sure to hear from the chinese. it's just daybreak in asia right now. sure to hear from the chinese about this, would have. >> what will it take to get actual diplomacy, diplomatic tal talks? >> a fuf of us just met deputy sullivan. he said secretary tillerson hasn't changed since he first went to asia when he came. he's not going to negotiate his way to the negotiating table. he's willing to talk, but north korea has to send a signal that it wants a diplomatic solution, and that would be stopping nuclear tests, stopping missile tests, and committing to some kind of dee nuclearization. it doesn't have to be a full-scale stopping of everything, but it has to be a signal that it's ready to solve this problem diplomatically. certainly we are going to hear, i think as will said, the rhetoric is
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May 4, 2016 2:24pm PDT
relationship we have with china, they're ripping off the united states, they're taking its money, they're ruining our jobs, ruining so much. and yet they build a military force -- a fortress, a massive military fortress in the middle of the south china sea. they're not supposed to be doing that. they have no respect for our country. >> and you say that will change if you're president. >> they will respect our country and they will like our country better than they do now. >> let's talk about important domestic policy issues. american workers, you say they deserve to earn more money, right? >> i want them to earn more money. >> bernie sanders says he wants $15 an hour minimum wage. and he has really gone after you lately for saying you're happy with $7.25 the current federal minimum wage. >> i'm looking at that because i'm very different from most republicans. you have to have something that you can live on, but what i'm really looking to do is get people great jobs so they make much more money than that, so they make more money than the $15. if you start playing around too much with the l
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Nov 4, 2015 2:00pm PST
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Aug 3, 2016 2:00pm PDT
trump's tie, saying they were made in china. the back and forth to abandon the republican nominee, continued behind the scenes. the democratic ticket barnstorming swing states, blasting donald trump on the economy. >> if he wants to make america great again, he should start by making things in america. >> reporter: but behind the scenes, her campaign is trying to capitalize on her opponents stumbles, stepping up dis in affected republicans. biggest surprise, meg whitman. devote republican out of loyalty alone would be to endorse a candidacy that i believe has exploited anger, grievance, z e xenophobia she said if a statement. today, running mate, tim kaine, shot down trump's record with small businesses during a factory tour in north carolina. >> hillary clinton via you're hired president. donald trump is a you're fired president. he has a bad track record. >> reporter: the campaign is out with a new ad in battleground states, using a trump appearance on david letter mman. >> where were they made. >> bangladesh. >> the ties? they're beautiful ties. they're made where, china. >> ch
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Sep 1, 2015 2:00pm PDT
trump. spies wide open, officials say china and russia are using stolen data from government records and even an adultery website to unmask and try to compromise american agents. is the u.s. fighting a losing battle against cyber attacks. an isis leader exposed. stunning new information on the brutal and sadistic killer who was once a shy young soccer player. what's his main weakness. wolf blitzer is off today, i'm brianna keeler, you're in the situation room. >>> breaking news, a massive manhunt is underway after a police officer is shot dead north of chicago. the officer radioed that he was pursuing three suspects. when backup units arrived, they found him fatally wounded reportedly stripped of his weapon and equipment. helicopters, canine units, foot patrols are all searching near the illinois/wisconsin border right now, schools have been put on lockdown. residents have been asked to remain inside homes and businesses. wall street took another deep dive today on evidence of a slowdown in china's economy. the dow ended down 470 points, close to 3%. and the s&p 500 and the nasdaq we
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Nov 2, 2015 2:00pm PST
the comments made by china's naval commander that u.s. provocative acts in their words could potential spark war. do you support the continued u.s. naval presence in the south china sea, areas, waters that china claim are their territorial waters? the u.s. continues to conduct they freedom of passage controls in international waters, making sure the passages are open for commerce and for everyone. the dangerous thing that i see about not only what china is trying to do and create these artificial islands, is that it creates other potential countries to do the same. you can see how that could be a problem not only in the south china sea, but around the world. at the cede a whole new dynamic. i think the critical thing for us in the united states, the asean nations, to find stability in the region, which i think ultimately is what all these countries would like to achieve. >> thanks very much for joining us. >> thanks, wolf. >>> just ahead, donald trump, is they trying to bigfoot hi rivals and negotiate new rules? >>> and president obama's push for criminal justice reform gets personal.
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Apr 29, 2016 2:00pm PDT
was going to make a routine visit to hong kong, which is now controlled by china, but that request denied. the timing of this is extremely interesting. the stenis was in the south china sea where they're building man-made islands. the u.s. opposes this very much. that visit by not only the stenis and defense secretary to the south china sea, wolf, was intended to be a message. you're not going on a limb to say china is sending a message by denying the ship. while that was denied, another ship the blue ridge is in a hong kong port. interesting the stenis in the south china sea is not. >> usually routine visits aren't routine any more. thanks very much. >>> new details coming into "the situation room" about another provocation by north korea where a court sentenced a u.s. citizen to hard labor. brian todd is joining us with more on what the individual is accused of doing. >> it is kim dong chu. he is accused of stealing military secrets from kim jong-un regime. this means he holds two americans in his notorious labor camps. u.s. officials telling us they're troubled by the developmen
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Sep 6, 2016 3:00pm PDT
can't name that. >> i have been told it was china. i don't know if that's what you've could not cheweded. maybe you can give us an indication. >> when i see classified information, i won't share it. i do believe it is classified and i can't talk about that. >> who has got a stronger cyber attack capability? china or russia? >> well, you have to worry about both. throws the two nation states that have the capability. there's a guy in a van by the river who is probably pretty good at hacking into the river too. >> why would they want this information about employees, federal workers at the office of personnel management? what is russia or china or any other country, why do they need this? >> they got in through department of interior. once they were in, they could map out basically the government of the united states. if you're trying to figure out who is dealing in classified information, who is dealing with intelligence, who is dealing with all those things that maybe they want to know about a country, they can figure out who is moving where and who has what security clearances.
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Jan 16, 2017 3:00pm PST
>>> handling now, trump takes on the cia chief. china, and "saturday night live." but on mlk day, it's the feud with john lewis that is causing concern. i'll speak with martin luther king iii. international disorder after the president-elect calls the nato alliance obsolete, slams the european union and lashes out at german cars. >>> and omar mateen's wife arrested. >>> and hillary clinton is stepping back into the spotlight. now she will take the very tough step of attending her rival's inauguration. we want to welcome our viewer this is the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in the" situation room." >>> donald trump meets with the son of martin luther king jr. even as he feuds with congressman john lewis now just days before he's sworn in, the president-elect is facing fallout, an inaugural boycott bidens of democrats. trump stirring up more conspiracy city home and abroad. he slammed john brennan suggesting he leaked information. bren nap warns in return that trump's open cop tempt for the intelligence community could undermine national security. trum
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Jan 3, 2017 3:00pm PST
trump repeatedly rejects it. he says it could be russia, could be china, could be some guy on a bed weighing 400 pounds. those are his words. he makes it sound like it's ridiculous to conclude that russia was responsible and he doubles down and praises putin. >> well, i can't -- i certainly don't want to speak for the president-elect. he'll have to speak for himself in that regard. he's going to get this high-level briefing. i suspect part of this is colored by the fact that every time this is reported in the media, what have you, there's this tinge of, well, that makes his election in question or it raises questions about his legitimacy as president. and i think that's probably a -- >> senator mccain, your colleague, he says this was an act of war by the russians and forget about whether or not it had an impact on the elections, this -- you believe, mccain believes, when donald trump gets this briefing from clapper and brennan maybe as early as friday, do you think he will emerge from that briefing convinced as you are? >> i can't answer that question. regarding an act of war, i th
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Nov 7, 2016 3:00pm PST
factories since china entered the world trade organization. another bill and hillary-backed disaster. we are living through the greatest jobs theft in the history of the world. a trump administration will stop the jobs from leaving america, and we will stop the jobs finally from leaving pennsylvania. very simply, folks, very simply, and you haven't heard this, very simply, if a company wants to fire their workers, leave pennsylvania, and move to another country like mexico, and then ship their products back into the united states, we will make them pay a 35% tax on those products. and you know what's going to happen? they're not going to leave. and if they do, that's okay, the country will make a lot of money. but they're not going to leave. they're not going to leave. now, your politicians could have thought of that, some of them. some of them can't for they have other problems. we will renegotiate nafta, one of the worst deals, probably the -- not probably, the single worst trade deal ever made in the history of this world, it's true. we'll stand up to china and stop the job killing tr
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Dec 6, 2016 3:00pm PST
. boeing is working on all sorts of deals. china, for example, will spend hundreds of billions over the next ten or 15 years buying aircraft. they can buy boeing or go to europe and buy air bus may npla. when the president-elect says something like this, that weakens the leverage they have. >> i disagree. boeing is a great company and they make a superior product air bus and they sell those planes at great prices. i think if china or any other country is looking at buying airplanes the america or europe, they look at the quality and price ask that's how they make their decisions. i think this government contract is a little bit different and sometimes i think your viewers know the american people don't always get best deal for the tax dollars. they want donald trump to fight to get a good deal. that has no bearing on the contract that's boeing negotiates with foreign countries or domestic airlines. >> there was a story in the "washington post" today. i'm sure you saw it. that the pentagon has wasted $125 billion and tried hide that, if you will. i didn't hear the president-elect twe
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Aug 17, 2017 3:00pm PDT
from china is the key to stopping north korea. but bannon also questioned how serious china is about pressuring kim jong-un, saying on korea, they're just tapping us along. it is just a sideshow. something secretary of state rex tillerson clearly disagrees with. >> what's different about this campaign is i think the level of international unity around this campaign, the level of cooperation we are getting from china and from others in the region. >> so here's the risk of course. if kim jong-un looks at steve bannon's remarks and sees it as a bluff, is the u.s. not so serious? not able to deal with the north korean threat? that presents an entire new national security challenge. >> it does. we're just getting in, by the way, republican congressman peter king of new york, he just said first elected republican lawmaker to do so that the president should fire steve bannon. i think it's important. king said for the president to fire steve bannon. he should go. he was very upset about what steve bannon not only said about north korea, undercutting the president. he said to me his time in t
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Jun 2, 2017 3:00pm PDT
president has decided to do is to see that leadership to china, to france, to germany, who will be now much more likely to reap the economic benefits of a revolution which is just going to continue unabated with the united states on the sidelines. >> senator marky, thanks for joining us. >> thank you. thanks for having me on. >> just ahead, more on breaking news. will the president envoc executive privilege to try to silence james comey? and if he does, will that work, our specialists are standing by. and why is the white house fuelling a climate of uncertainty by refusing to answer a burning question? >> what does the president actually believe in climate change? does he still believe it's a hoax? can you qualify that since apparently no one else in the white house can. >> i have not had the opportunity to have that discussion. understands my uniqu. my dell small business advisor has gotten to know our business so well, that it feels like he's a part of our team. with one phone call, he sets me up with tailored products and services. and when my advisor is focused on my tech, i ca
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Mar 17, 2017 3:00pm PDT
playing the united states for years. china has done little to help." tillerson weighed into tensions between china and south korea over seoul's decision to deploy the american thaad missile defense shield, which beijing sees as a threat to its own nuclear deterrent. beijing now banning south korean imports and preventing chinese tourists from traveling there to change seoul's mind. >> we believe these actions are unnecessary, and we believe they're troubling. >> reporter: while in beijing, tillerson will also set up the visit for the first-ever meeting between president trump and chinese president xi jinping next month. north korea will be at the top of that agenda. >> will be. elise, thanks very much. that's it for me. thanks very much for watching. i'm wolf blitzer in "the situation room." "erin burnett out front" starts right now. >>> "out front" next, breaking news, the president not backing down from yet another unverified accusation of spying, this one against america's closest ally, the international incident unfolding at this hour. >>> and a secret service laptop stolen, fill
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