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Dec 3, 2016 6:00am PST
the whole world which is china. and i think what you have to look out for is the following -- what will china do? so far they've done what they have to do and that is lodge an official protest in a call to the white house and the white house has responded by saying, you know, business as usual, politics as usual, our bilateral relationship as usual. just to sum that up, the relationship is one in which china is the main china for the united states. taiwan is not officially recognized by the united states, but as you know, the united states is committed to defending taiwan if ever it was to come under an invasion from china. so that is the basic bottom line here. so what will china do next, if anything. what is donald trump's intention as president towards china and taiwan? and does donald trump have business in taiwan that may or may not have been part of all of this? those are the questions. >> maybe donald trump is dumb like a fox? maybe he is not well red in? anderson cooper had an interesting exchange with kelly ann con way who managed his campaign. listen to what she had to sa
CNN
Apr 8, 2017 3:00pm PDT
against china. did the timing of the syrian strike send a message about north korea? >>> plus to override a filibuster and confirm neil gorsuch to the supreme court, the gop changed the rules. did the democrats lose a much bigger fight? i'll ask former senator allen simpson. >>> and after reports that fox paid out at least $13 million to female employees accusing bill o'reilly of harassment, advertisers are fleeing the show. is this justice or censorship? first, the president is mostly receiving praise from both sides of the ail for the tomahawk missile strike on syria in response to bashar al assad's sarin gas attack on children. i'm not against it. it's harder for me to say that i'm for it. how could you be against the idea of seeking retribution after seeing those horrific pictures of kids who were gassed to death? i just want to make sure that we're really going after the evil doers this time, that we really have the goods, that it was al assad who initiated this, and that the base we hit was in fact the point of origin for the sarin gas. so far, that all seems to check out.
CNN
Jul 8, 2017 3:00pm PDT
states. they may not be, but they don't want interlocks like china or six party talks. they always want to be the big guy in the region. now, i admit that the diplomacy is the best of a bunch of bad options, especially right now after the north koreans mistreated that kid. i was involved in that in trying to get him home, and he ends up in a coma, and without an explanation from the north koreans. i agree, michael, with the secretary of defense. a preemptive military strike is catastrophic. those were the words he used. you don't want this kind of outcome. and in between what we've tried before, sanctions, increase sanctions, putting pressure on china, cyber efforts to degrade their nuclear capabilities, a lot of those options have not worked, but i think we have to continue forwards a pace that eventually involves diplomacy. i think that's the only way out. >> is there more here than what meets the eye? i mean, to my untrained eye from the sidelines, it looks like we have no conversation at the level you're advocating. in fact, are there overtures that get made from the united sta
CNN
Apr 29, 2017 6:00am PDT
janet yellen, interest rates and no longer defining china as a currency manipulator. now you can add nafta and syria, even golfing to that list. it's confirmation that we have elected a president lacking an ideological core, not a bad thing, which should come as no surprise when considering he is a former democrat who donated to senator hillary clinton and whose personal life sometimes seems at odds with the values espoused by his evangelical supporters. mostly the man who wrote the art of the deal he wants to win. the sunday after he was elected my column in the philadelphia inquirer had this headline, did nation just elect a compromiser in chief? and in it i wrote his awkward reference to the new testament during a campaign appearance at liberty university evidenced a lack of devotion to beliefs that certain of his supporters hold dear. some saw a shallow attempt to ingratiate i'd like to think i heard words from a man who wasn't a true believer but is a dealmaker a pragmatist who knows how to sell and close a deal and maybe what we'll get in the white house is a compromiser in chi
CNN
Nov 4, 2017 6:00am PDT
countries in asia including china and south korea, and if he follows the advice of h.r. mcmaster will not tone down his rhetoric. i'm about to ask, what could possibly go wrong? >>> and is trump running the government like his private company? i'll ask "moneyball" author michael lewis what he found when he reported inside the departments of energy and agriculture. oving. ...and help you feel more strength and energy in just two weeks! i'll take that. -yeeeeeah! ensure high protein. with 16 grams of protein and 4 grams of sugar. ensure. always be you. it's a like, a dagger?a worm! a tiny sword? bread...breadstick? a matchstick! a lamppost! coin slot! no? uhhh... 10 seconds. a stick! a walking stick! eiffel tower, mount kilimanjaro! (ding) time! sorry, it's a tandem bicycle. what? what?! as long as sloths are slow, you can count on geico saving folks money. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. when you're close to the people you love, does psoriasis ever get in the way of a touching moment? if you have moderate to severe psoriasis, you can embrace the
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Nov 4, 2017 3:00pm PDT
. president trump is visiting five countries in asia, including china and south korea. if he follows the advice of h.r. mcmaster, will not tone down his rhetoric. i'm about to ask thomas l. friedman of the "new york times," what could possibly go wrong. and, is trump running the government like his private company? i'll ask "moneyball" author michael lewis what he found when he looked inside the departments of energy and agriculture. copd makes it hard to breathe. so to breathe better, i go with anoro. ♪go your own way copd tries to say, "go this way." i say, "i'll go my own way" with anoro. ♪go your own way once-daily anoro contains two medicines called bronchodilators, that work together to significantly improve lung function all day and all night. anoro is not for asthma . it contains a type of medicine that increases risk of death in people with asthma. the risk is unknown in copd. anoro won't replace rescue inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than once a day. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition, high blood pressure, glaucoma, prostate, bladder, or
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Mar 22, 2014 6:00am PDT
china, china putting a plethora of satellites in orbit at the moment. this is not a geo stationary satellite. this is is satellite in orbit. i think there will be suspicions about which data coming from which satellite. i think i can understand why china is regarded about releasing bits of information because the u.s. will track where the information came from and what the satellite is used for day-to-day. >> the process is not inspiring confidence. i was watching cnn early in real-time when the malaysian representatives were having a press conference. it seemed just so haphazard. i was just handed a note and it comes from the ambassador. >> there are 26 countries involved in this. a week ago, 43 ships and aircraft from 14 countries involved in the search. that is a huge, huge search operation effort to try to coordinate within the country let alone across 26 countries. we have to go to the southwestern tip of australia and just look at mammoth efforts they have been deploying to search the area of square miles. we have seen the maritime surveillance aircraft. it is not an easy log
CNN
Dec 20, 2014 3:00pm PST
take away from this. >> gordon chang, the united states, now that it's getting the help of china to begin i guess investigating or going back to north korea and saying don't do anymore, how much is china really going to be a help here, and how much is china perhaps possibly involved in some way? >> well, china is definitely involved in the cyber attacks. these cyberattacks, many people believe, were launched from china by north korean hackers who reside in china, specifically the chinese city of schenn i don't think and through i.p. addresses which means that beijing knew what was going on. i think what the president is trying to do is use some diplomacy to sort of push the chinese in better directions and everybody, of course, hopes that will work. we've got to remember that in october a senior chinese official talking to secretary kerry at his home in boston said china is not going to help you at all on cyber attacks. and i think that's the reality. >> ben ferguson, you've heard the ceo there of sony. he's basically said, you know, well, it wasn't really our decision. it was the m
CNN
Aug 12, 2017 6:00am PDT
north korea but in fact china. >> what makes me unsteady about this is what i said, the fact that this was apparently the president by the seat of his pants and not in consultation with the intelligencia, the generals around him, who were apparently caught off guard. as someone with your credentials, surely you must find that unsettling. >> well, i think the president did take their thoughts into account. it's not like he doesn't get briefings, doesn't understand what's going on. occasionally when he makes these remarks, he makes them in a very lean forward fashion. while those generals probably wanted him to make more temp rat remarks, at this point in time the signal has been sent. we need to make sure that china comes to the table, both in articles that have been written recently both in "the atlantic" and now this morning with henry kissinger in "the wall street journal." the bottom line is we must denuclearize north korea. we still have a number of diplomatic options available to us before we ever even get to the point where military options need to be truly laid out on the table.
CNN
Feb 20, 2016 6:00am PST
. it also presents inconsistency here michael. in china, it's very interesting. they have an extra set of keys to get data they stored on personal users in china and protected because we have a set of keys somewhere else. it's inconsistent at best and my argument is, you're opening yourselves up for a bunch of trouble walking down this road on this particular case when you can use the chinese case and other cases even prior to '14, some 70 different times they opened up an iphone criminal investigation. seems like i think there is more emotion in this than there is real substance. this could have been worked out, could have been worked out and probably shouldn't have been on the front page. >> mike rogers references china and what if it were another nation nation? if some country went to apple and said we need you to help unlock someone's phone? >> they have to compile with the laws of the countries in which they operate. as we all know, china is an authority country with none of the traditions of civil liber liberties and it's a real risk and if you take your iphone to china, and
CNN
Nov 8, 2014 3:00pm PST
note. it will draw more attention to his trip to china, which is coming up this coming week. >> right. >> i think nobody knows when it comes to the north koreans actually what they're up to. they're so mysterious and isolated, as bill just said. some republicans will speculate, probably quietly, but speculate that, you know, maybe this did have something to do with mid terms. maybe they saw, washington has got the republicans on the chart, and the north koreans have historically seen the republicans as more threatening. but just as the same way that -- when reagan got elected, the iranians on the day of the inauguration, remember how they released hostages? so democrats will naturally vigorously disagree with that. they're going to say this was carried out very wisely by the obama administration. we didn't know he was going over there, it was all hush-hush and they got it done. and good for him. he gets points for that. so the democrats will dismiss that. but there will be speculation for as long as there is a north korea, the way it is today, there will be speculation about
CNN
Dec 20, 2014 6:00am PST
technology, that the north koreans sell to the iranians with china's help. we cut that off that would have a big effect on the ejeem. then the ruler wouldn't have the support of the other people. >> final question. i asked this of secretary ridge, i'll ask it of gordon change. the chinese, think they were vofrled? >> definitely were involved. those were routed tli chinese ip addresses. china has the great fire wall t most sophisticated controls nobody could have been able to do this without china's knowledge. got to remember that north korea's most sophisticated cyber attackers are not in north korea, they are in the chinese city of schenn yong. some think that they were involved. so china one way or another was complicit. >> nice to have had you here. i had you on the radio. thanks for your expertise. >> thank you. >> we'll take a short break. if the north koreans did this to sony what else can they do? a former fbi cyber security expert joins me next. the holiday season is here, which means it's time for the volkswagen sign-then-drive event. for practically just your signature, you
CNN
Mar 29, 2014 6:00am PDT
shift was due to radar data with the china sea and strait of malacca. this suggested the airplane was traveling at a higher rate of speed than previously believed and ran out of gas sooner than calculated. if true, it means the search went on for nearly a week in the wrong area. remember, for reasons that are still unclear, malaysia did not announce until one week after the plane's disappearance that its military radar detected the jet flying west in the south china sea. further complicating the search is the weather and wind and currents. have the national security interests of the nations participating hindered the sear search? i asked that question last saturday. the new york times reported that the rivals are working together to find the missing flight. this has underscored the trust with those powers. quote, the imperative of the countries to cloak the technical capacities and weaknesses has proved irrelevant irresistible. along one of the planes possible paths. why? apparently because the area is a weak spot in the country's coverage. a limitation they wish not to reveal. there
CNN
Apr 15, 2017 3:00pm PDT
friday, china warned the united states and north korea against engaging in tit for tat and urged both parties to refrain from inflammatory or threatening statements or deeds to prevent irreversible damage to the situation on the korean peninsula. the aircraft carrier "carl vinson" is in the region and vice president mike pence will arrive in seoul on sunday. it's a lot to discuss with the perfect guest. general michael hayden is the former head of both the nsa and cia, his memoir "playing to the edge, american intelligence in the age of terror" now available in paperback. general hayden, what's in those cans and how do we know? >> well, michael, we don't know. and i think we're going to have an awful lot of american intelligence analysts looking over parade footage for a very long time to try to determine what may or may not be the status of these missile programs in north korea. frankly, michael, i think the smart estimate is, that there's an inevitability about the north koreans getting to the point we fear and you mentioned, but i don't think they're there yet. i think they're
CNN
Sep 19, 2015 3:00pm PDT
, muslims, china. and trump has tapped into that -- into that constituency. it's no accident that sarah palin was one of the first people to stand up and defend him after he attacked senator mccain for his war record. and rush limbaugh came to his against. that's his constituency. it's not the majority of the republican party. it's certainly not the majority of the country. but it is an activist group and some of them may stick with him. >> can money solve his problems? he told patrick healy at the "the new york times" that he's ready to spend $100 million. >> i don't thing that money can solve his problems because he's getting such intensive media coverage that it's his own performance that's at question here. $100 million does not solve the problem of being unwilling to stand up to someone who makes outrageous comments at one of your rallies. that's on you. and you know, you can't buy the courage to answer or the common sense to answer. but these are the tests that presidential candidates face. and it's not about how big your bank account is. it's about how stout your character
CNN
Aug 9, 2014 6:00am PDT
-- [ playing "china grove" ] >> the classic "china grove" asked paul, how many ebbs of the original lineup are right now onstage? two he said. tom johnston and patrick simmons. during the intermission we spied flyers advertising this summer's return of yes performing "fragile "e "and "close to the '"and a triple header with styx, foreigner and don formerly of the eagles. legendary front man jaund anderson and while a band is touring at styx, dennis deyoung is also on the road performs the music of styx. meanwhile, foreigner lacks its original front man lou graham who left the band in 2004. so over a couple of yuenglings we 50th-aging rockers proceeded to debate the propriety of 60-plus aging rock musicians continuing to use their original band name when there are so few original members in the touring lineup. i proposed a 2/5 rule. paul waved me off saying it doesn't lend itself to a simple mathematic's analysis. by a one-half rule say that paul and ringo can constitute a reunited baegeatles. my suggestion, a compromise. he said that would be unworkable. by that count current of creedence
CNN
Mar 31, 2014 9:00pm PDT
long. we thought that the plane had to be in the south china sea, until we learned it had taken a sharp left turn. we thought that two passengers were stolen passports were to blame, until we learned they had no terror links. we just learned the last words from the plane were not all right, good night. they were good night malaysia 370. somebody somewhere knows something that they're not telling. it seems not all of these countries looking for the missing flight are too keen revealing to each other about the spying capabilities they have. indian officials were reluctant to discuss radar data along the bay of bengal. why? the area is a weak spot in that country's coverage. a limitation that they wish not to reveal. there have been complaints that china won't share all of its data, and that when it does so, the images have been altered to hide their true capability. thailand has come under scrutiny as well. the radar picked up the jet on march 8th. thai officials waited eight days to report that the list goes on and on. furious families are looking to hold somebody accountable. some are l
CNN
May 7, 2016 6:00am PDT
not close enough but it's a donald trump trufr. then you see here that it's made in china, so what is the integrity of this man. what is the consistency of his positions when he is importing a pair of goods, ties, shirts and goods to approximate benefit his business, trump business and a force cancelling u.s. jobs by importing ties from china. this is the worst thing that you can do, and had he is doing it everyday. >> i think that the conversation and debate rises and falls based on his personality, but i think of the 10.6 americans that believe in trump and they want that wall built. it's not just donald trump, he is mobilized a significant number of americans that wish for him to do this. >> he is appealing to fear. yes, many americans who seen september 11 are acting on the fear. that's why trump show that is he is superman and going to defend the nation and throw bowel movements to the rest of the world. he is going to isolate the nation and protect them. >> mr. president a critic said had not eight million of your citizen crossed on your six year watch, donald trump would not
CNN
Jul 22, 2017 7:00am PDT
governor of utah, but also as president obama's ambassador to china and president george h.w. bush's ambassador to singapore. he has cleared confirmation without a single vote in opposition. in appointing governor hundredsman, the president has selected a credible, qualified public servant who is no trump yes man. it was huntsman who called the 2016 gop primary process a race to the bottom. and even called for trump's withdrawal from the race after the "access hollywood" tape surfaced. president trump once dismissed hundredsman as a lightweight and weak. in 2012 he tweeted, jon huntsman called to see me. i said no, he gave our country away to china. it's now nice to see both men setting aside their personal differences. huntsman has distinguished himself as co-chair with joe lieberman of the know labels group. he's a conservative, he's not an idealogue. and finally in a world of incivility i have never heard an intemperate word come from jon huntsman's mouth. his even disposition is in opposition to the volatility of the man who just appointed him so good pick, mr. president, please
CNN
Apr 16, 2016 6:00am PDT
down plants in flint and move to china and mexico. >> they go to mexico. they are going to china. >> after -- >> after -- >> corrupt campaign finance. >> bought and sold by their special interest. >> the american people have a right to be angry. >> we've had it. we've now had it. >> as those clips show, one thing that the outside candidates, trump and sanders agree about is anger about the economy and the rich getting richer but who's to blame? president obama or the fact that during his term the republican controlled congress has been taking any legislation that would help the working class. the chair of president obama's counsel of economic advisors who is a professor at the booth school of business. professor, are they strange bedfellows or commonalities between trump and sanders offering in terms of economic propels? >> it's kind of an interesting point. i think there are certain parallels but they are definitely strange bedfellow. >> in what reforwagardregard? >> in the regard i don't think they like each other at all. if you ask the two candidates if you ask sanders what do
CNN
Apr 5, 2014 6:00am PDT
. >> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. >>> let's get back into the breaking news. china state news agency reports that a chinese ship has detected a pulse signal in the flight 370 search zone in the southern indian ocean. retired british officer michael kay is with us. we have richard quest. there were some developments in the news conference from malaysia this morning, but no mention of the pinger sounds detected. i'm wrestling with the discovery of the chinese and not shared with the malaysians two hours prior. what am i missing, richard? >> you are not missing anything. that is exactly the point. obviously everyone hopes and wants to hope this is true. the nature and difficulty of the task which they embarked to find the black box with the pinger at the last moment is so enormous. you have to say there are control structures. you cannot have people going rogue and announcing everything for this very reason, michael. this is why you can't. if it is not true, then the families have had tremendous false hope raised. >> to his point, it speaks at a minimum to the dysfunction with which thi
CNN
Dec 30, 2017 3:00pm PST
agreement which is designed to contain china as much as a trade agreement that may, historians may regard that as not a smart move. that said i think there have been successes and foreign policy successes are hard to get. you're dealing with a lot of, it's not like you're dealing with domestic politics. you're dealing with many actors outside your own country. so i think it's important to give credit where credit is due. >> we don't have much time. but we look back, what will you be looking at in the year ahead in terms of the biggest challenge maybe facing this president when it comes to foreign policy? >> well i think there's elections in iraq, next year, there's elections in afghanistan in 2019. if those if those could go well, then those countries will be on a good glide path if those elections don't go well, then you're looking at a much more sort of dire situation in both countries. >> peter bergen as always, thank you very much for joining us. >>> straight ahead, mother nature dealing a rude blow to the northern half of the u.s. subzero temps, monster amounts of snow. get this, it'
CNN
May 7, 2016 3:00pm PDT
you see here that it's made in china. so what is the integrity of this man? what is the consistency of his positions when he is importing a pair of goods, ties, shirts and to benefit his trump business and, of course, canceling u.s. jobs by importing ties from china? he's not committing with his promise to u.s. workers that he will defend jobs. this is the worst thing that you can do, and he's doing it every day. >> mr. president, i think so much of this conversation, so much of this debate rises and falls based on his personality. but i think of the 10.6 million americans who believe in donald trump and presumably they want that wall built. it's not just donald trump, he is mobilized a significant number of americans that wish for him to do this. >> he is appealing to fear. yes, many americans who seen september 11th are acting on their fear. fear is not a good adviser. that's why trump show that is he is superman and going to defend the nation and throw bombs to the rest of the world and he's going to close and build walls to isolate this nation and supports that he protected. >> mr.
CNN
Apr 11, 2015 3:00pm PDT
china, and that's the risk and that's the bet he's taking. but this isn't simply about cuba. i think what the other stories are saying this is about the region and this is an effort to engage more deeply with the other countries in the region and move the a different direction. >> you write about -- buck i'll have you jump in but julian you write about presidents and their history and their legacy. is this legacy building for the president and if it is as buck points out, is there anything wrong with that? >> there's nothing wrong with that. everything a president does is thinking about history. i don't think he waited because of that. i think there were many other issues on the table from iraq to the economy early in his presidency that this wasn't front and center. i actually don't think this will be the main issue we look back on with the administration. i say that for proponents and opponents of the administration. i think there's actually other bigger foreign policy and domestic questions that will loom much larger. >> buck. >> china is not cuba which is obvious to say, bu
CNN
Oct 1, 2016 3:00pm PDT
much taken with china and doesn't mean i necessarily admire him but i think it's an interesting fellow and after that, the list of foreign leaders who we really think are doing a great job and they're aligning with the united states and helping us, it's not a long list. anyway, the pop quiz approach to politics is not what a president lives with day in and day out. people don't say, can you identify this town. you know. >> governor, i know -- some immediately, i noted that some immediately tried to seize the moment and say, well, what are they doing in the race? they ought to get out of the race, but it didn't dissuade "the chicago tribune" or "the detroit news" from doing something unprecedented to endorse a libertarian ticket. >> a lot of people would like to have us out of this race because they understand that a ticket consisting of two two-term republican governors who governed in democratic states successfully and reelected by wide margins of doing fiscally conservative things, that's a dangerous ticket because that ticket has a lot of experience doing the things that have
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Jul 29, 2017 3:00pm PDT
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Sep 2, 2017 3:00pm PDT
and the relationship with china. >> absolutely. and it comes after a number of u.s. officials, including pentagon chief jim mattis has been trying to emphasize the diplomatic options. it's an on-purpose, in-your-face provocation that could put this white house in the frame of mind that it has to do some sort of controlled strike on capability. now that's something that they have discussed, but with some limited strike leading to a wider conflict is why it's always been argued as it's the last -- the last possible step they'd want to take. but the policy up to now of increasing sanctions, which they have been able to do at the u.n., increasing the economic pressure on north korea's elite doesn't seem to have been a lever that works. so either that means they can withstand more economic pain, or that perhaps china, beijing does not have the influence with north korea that the white house thinks that they do and as colonel francona was saying, this regime sees obtaining a hydrogen bm of some sort that can threaten the united states as the way that it guarantees staying in power.
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Jun 3, 2017 6:00am PDT
hasn't ended nafta. china has not been labeled a currency manipulator. no shovels put in the ground for the border wall, not even the moving of the embassy in israel. the president needed to deliver on something that he promised. so he cloaked his opposition in the promise of jobs, casting our lot with fossil fuels and not with renewable energy. all to throw his base a bone. unfortunately fulfilling this commitment rebukes an environmental agreement signed by 195 nations and therein our standing in the world community. joining the ranks of nicaragua and syria, we abdicated our leadership role and provided china with a perfect rebranding opportunity. there's now open question what will be america's role in the world. do americans care what their role will be. and are we back to isolationist days of the '30s and '40s when fdr ran on the platform of keeping us out of war. joining me, ron klain, senior adviser to hillary clinton's 2016 campaign. he was also chief of staff to two vice presidents, al gore and joe biden. contributing columnist at "the washington post." ron, from a political ca
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May 31, 2014 6:00am PDT
fighting china, of course, but condition china as it rises and to make sure any kind of chinese role in the region is peaceful because we will push back if need be with forces. not just through the help we provide to allies. >> thank you so much for being here. i appreciate your expertise. >> thanks, mike. >> here is the headline. u.s. troops to leave afghanistan by the end of 2016. the way i would have written it, obama sites ike and jfk, but is channelling nixon. let this statement sink in. your right to bear arms is not your right at all. we will take a close look at the second amendment in a moment. >>> and actor seth rogan is having been blamed an an influence on the california shooter who went on a rampage last friday night. is the argument fair? we will talk about it. what can i do on a $7 a month android plan from tracfone? check the weather. borrow ted's wheelbarrow. post big tomato pics. buy a birdhouse for sparrows. download gardening apps. answer my wife's texts. search how to sculpt hedges into a t-rex. i can do all that with my android from tracfone for as low as $7 a m
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Nov 14, 2015 3:00pm PST
from washington, evan perez, also with him, former fbi director, tom fuentes with us china. evan, speak to that a little bit everybody now we know there has been an american casualty, fbi will have a more integral role in this investigation, if you will. >> reporter: that's right, poppy. we expect, now that the fbi is going to be working more closely with the french authorities try to figure out exactly what happened here, they have a criminal investigation now that's ongoing, expect the french will be able to brief them a lot more readily, more, you know, as soon as they have information because now the fbi has jurisdiction. one of the things that's happening i was told just last night the fbi convened a conference call with special agents in charge around the country. one of the things that the deputy director of the fbi told them to do, simply go back and review all of their cases. they want to make sure that this is an opportunity to go back and check to see whether anybody on their radar who possibly might use this event as a trigger to go out and do something. this is somet
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Jan 6, 2018 6:00am PST
neighbor. it's also possible that china or russia has gotten kim's attention and positivelily influenced his behavior. even if president trump has contributed to kim returning to the cable, the emasculation approach is a risky proposition. some of this strategy can be planned by the impressive generals that surround trump. but often it seems to me it's spit-balling by the president himself as he does in other realms. i worry that time will eventually run out if the president talks tough and doesn't deliver like president obama did with his red line in syria. that's it's impossible to fell when he's bluffing. look, whatever the reason for kim's recent willingness to engage with south korea, here's hoping it bears fruit and fast. >>> now, a look at that other threat isis. the most insightful yot i read about isis is graham wood's what isis really wants. that is represents a perversion of the islamic fate. and he also worried about discounts the strong islamic roots. and explained if isis ever lost his grip on territory in iraq it would no longer be considered a caliphate. last m
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Sep 5, 2015 3:00pm PDT
terribly. we lost tremendous amounts of jobs to china, japan, mexico, and so many other places. it's really very sad when you look at what is happening. we have taken away -- they've just destroyed our job base. and we have to make a lot of improvements. >> dave ramsey, the new jobs numbers came out on friday and they caused unemployment to dip to 5.1%. and yet i recognize from statements made by donald trump and others, that we have an unprecedented low level of job participation. it's hard for a layperson to make sense of it all, in terms of what is the job market like? >> if real unemployment was 5.1%, that would be considered full employment. meaning everyone who wants to work can. what they've done is they've changed the statistical measures to where we have people who want to work and are not being issued there. it's a misnomer when you change the calculation to get the numbers to go down. in that sense the donald is on track there. there is a lot of people are unemployed and are not being counted as being unemployed. and i think the stock market reflects that. when we saw that
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May 27, 2017 3:00pm PDT
that made him quite successful of breaking china. this may be another example of mike being willing to color outside the lines for what he viewed to be a higher purpose. >> it is memorial day weekend. thank you for your service, general hayden. we appreciate it. >> thanks, michael. >> what are your thoughts? tweet me or go to my facebook. i'll read some responses through the program. hit me with one, what have we got. doesn't matter. naivete is not a defense for breaking the law or committing trees on or espionage. right. i am trying to discern if it is evidence of collusion or inexperience. whatever it was, i am not excusing it. >>> up ahead, it was the body slam heard around the internet. what did now congressman gianforte and his alleged asolid of reporter tell us about the partisan divide? new study from harvard confirms media bias not tilted to the left or right but toward the negative and the author is here. i've been blind since birth. i go through periods where it's hard to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. learn about non-24 by calling 844-844-2424. or visit my
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Aug 22, 2015 6:00am PDT
. >> what are they? >> china is slowing and there are a lot of concerns that we don't know how slow it is growing. there are a couple numbers there discouraging. and a number of markets see the chinese economic miracle of the last 20 years and the multinational company deriving money from there. oil crashed below $40 a barrel. great for consumers in this country will see $2 gas by fall. i think you will see $2 gas by halloween, many parts will, maybe not chicago with the refinery issues, but crashing oil prices and interest rates rising soon. we don't know when but the interest rates will rise. all those things together really gelled into a big, big market rally. >> i'm a political animal. so when this occurs, what i think of is 2008, lehman brothers, it's the midst of the campaign, people forget mccain and obama were neck and neck. that's when john mccain famously said the fundamentals of the economy were strong and all of a sudden they parted company in the polls and mccain could never catch him. what happens politically? >> the fundamentals of the economy are strong, in the u.s. they a
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Apr 4, 2015 6:00am PDT
, but they do business in china for gosh sake. i don't think the chinese are exactly the pair agone of human rights. you've got apple compute e they are selling apple computers in saudi arabia. is tim cook going to pull out of there? i don't think so. he doesn't mind making millions if not billions of dollars in cultures and countries where human rights are really an issue. and for anybody to try to draw some comparison between what's happening by not getting a wedding cake made and people having their hands cut off or being hanged or imprisoned. i mean i find that a stretch and i think these corporations really ought to either be consistent quit making money from these countries that are really oppressing human rights and quit bowing to the pressure and just sell their stuff. that's what they are in business for. sell stuff. >> that's the argument -- governor that's the argument that is made from the other side about the baker and the florist and the candle stick maker. you're in business to bake the cake. and go home and be a good christian. whatever that means. >> a lot of people wi
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Apr 26, 2014 6:00am PDT
the family members, both in china and malaysia and other countries are contributing to a new set of questions, we don't mean that to become a running joke. we don't have a lot of mechanism to communicate in any formal way other than putting things in writing. we all gotten together to draft some requests and directed to the shareholders of boeing and the kinds of commitments they believe boeing should be making on behalf of solving this mystery. >> we are having this conversation at the time when the american president, president obama, coincidently, not by virtue of these events is in malaysia. is there something to be done by president obama to somehow light a fire under these investigators? >> the one thing that we would like him to speak with the malaysian prime minister about is this idea of allowing a third-party independent group such as the ntsb to come in and take over the investigation. it is something that has happened in a large number of crashes in the past or in this case, we don't know if it is a crash yet. the ntsb could come in and relieve malaysia of some of its bu
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Aug 8, 2015 6:00am PDT
winds, torrential rain. the typhoon is setting its sights now on china as that storm is still forecasted to be packing hurricane strength wind as it makes landfall there later tonight. >> look at these pictures. a federal cleanup crew accidentally caused this huge, potentially hazardous mess in colorado. they accidentally dumped about 1 million gallons of wastewater into the river here turning it orange. the spill occurred when one of the teams was using heavy equipment to enter abandoned home. >> oh, my goodness. >> lots more to tell you this morning. >> next hour of "newsroom" starts right now. >>> i've got my wife here, my daughter here. i've got 800 friends of mine here. it is a family friendly program. if he is not going to clarify this isn't what he meant, i don't think i want him at my event. >> the leader of the conservative event explaining why they dumped trump over the comments he made about the fox debate moderator.
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Jan 16, 2016 3:00pm PST
included the united states, the uk, france, germany, china, russia. the relationship between the u.s. and iran is now verging on significant changes. the united states implemented sanctions in iran back in 1979, in the wake of the iranian hostage crisis. sanctions were toughened in 1995. and now, some of those sanctions are gone. i do want to caution, though, this does not lift all of the sanctions. there's an important differentiation there. we'll talk about all of it in the next hour. we did just hear from john kerry. he praised iran's progress. >> the fact is that today marks the first day of a safer world, one where we believe it is possible to remain safer for years to come, particularly, with the compliance of this agreement. i think we have also proven, once again, why diplomacy has to always be our first choice and war our last resort. and that is a very important lesson to reinforce. we have approached this challenge that the -- with the firm belief that exhausting diplomacy before choosing war is an imperative and we believe that today marks the benefits of that choice. >>
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May 1, 2014 6:00pm PDT
flight plan for the rest of the flight once it has crossed the south china sea it goes up towards vietnamese. it doesn't go over cambodicambo. and then pretty much before you can say american airlines flight 370 you are up into chinese air space before you head into beijing. so there were not many opportunities. as we presented it does lean nefarious, but where i might venture a disagreement is i don't think it tells us one way or the other what we learned today. what we got was a data dump. a vast amount of information. some of it is relevant, some of it is not. but i think fundamentally malaysia has more questions to answer, as indeed do other countries as a result of this. >> miles, a final question for you if i might. as you look at the report is there any reason where you see if it could not have been released five days ago, ten days ago, 25 days ago? >> it could have been released five days after the plane was lost really. this is -- it is one thing for we in the media to say we want our information. i just think in the families, the families have -- they have no trust or fa
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