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FOX News
Jan 10, 2016 7:00am PST
would bring jobs back from china. i would bring jobs back from japan, i would take jobs back from mexico. we're losing our businesses. they're devaluating their currencies. look at china and what they're doing with their currency, and now they want to devalue further to get out of their problems. and vietnam, a lot of other places are happening now and they're killing us with currency. and we make better product. we are -- we have an ability to make great product. but we don't get a chance to make it because they beat us financially and they beat us like a drum. >> you say you want to put a 45% tariff on the products coming into this country. isn't that going to make all products so much more expensive for american consumers? >> no, i didn't say that, maria. what i said is this. people ask me a number of questions. they were asking me how do you solve north korea. china should be solving north korea. they have total power. they say they don't. they say we don't have as much. they do that to taunt us. they're total power over north korea. i say we can beat them so badly we have suc
FOX Business
Sep 3, 2017 6:00pm EDT
threat and embarrassment to china which is trying to help but with little success, the president also suggesting that the south korean policy toward north korea is not working tweeting south korea is finding their talk of appeasement with north korea will not work. they understand only one thing. no word yet from the president on what that one thing might be, whether it's military action or more economic pressure but treasury secretary steven mnuchin on fox news sunday just a short time ago said he will send the president new measures to put the screws to people who are doing business with north korea. listen here. >> i think the president made it clear he will consider everything but we are not going to broadcast our actions and you know we'll continue to look at all our options but my focus right now working with the president with others to make sure that we put additional economic sanctions, we work with china and others china has a lot of trade with them, there's a lot we can do to cut them off economically much more than we've done already. >> reporter: the beginning of aug
FOX Business
Aug 13, 2017 6:00pm EDT
china that we're going to stand up and defend ourselves and our allies. >> i want ask you about china in a moment. let me ask you about this idea that in fact their missile can reach the u.s. main land. do we know that for a fact that they have the capacity to reach the u.s. mainland right now or is that speculation? >> well, there were -- i think the whole government has been surprised at the progress north korea's missile program has made. on july 4, and then about a week ago, there were two missile launches, which could reach part of the continental united states. now, they were aimed straight up and straight down, but if you alter that trajectory and point them more in a sideways direction, they can reach us. we've known they have had nuclear weapons for some time, and so the acceleration of their testing and as well as their aggressiveness is what makes this such a dangerous time, i think everyone acknowledges. >> what are the connections to russia and iran? you know, we have talked about this so-called axis of evil, north korea, iran, and russia, are there connections there that
FOX Business
May 3, 2015 6:00pm EDT
economy influenced by china. hank paulson talks with me about china's changing economy. plus the future is bright for an american auto giant. the ceo of ford motor with me about the state of the business and the big changes to some of his most popular models as we look ahead this morning on "sunday morning futures." >>> the senate is expected to vote this week on its iran nuclear bill. the bipartisan legislation would give lawmakers a say on any final nuclear deal with iran giving them 30 days to pass a resolution of disapproval as well as preventing the white house from lifting certain sanctions on iran. meanwhile, iran is waging a war of words right now warning congress that it is in fact powerless to stop this potential agreement. joining me now is republican senator jerry moran of kansas. he's a member of the senate commerce banking and appropriations committees. good to have you on the program. thanks so much for joining us. >> maria, good morning. >> is congress in fact powerless on this deal? >> well certainly congress has been excluded in this deal for a long time. i've b
FOX Business
Jul 6, 2014 6:00pm EDT
we see happening. so you can see it in ukraine, with russia. you can see it in the south china sea, where china's aggressive territorial claims spell real potential trouble for japan, south korea, taiwan, that would see their lines of trade and communication through the south china sea potentially in china's hands. so the withdrawal of american influence really means more disorder around the world. and i think a threat to our way of life here, ultimately. and certainly to our friends in the regions affected. >> more disorder around the world at a time when, of course, things are worsening in iraq. what's your sense of what's happening in iraq? >> well, i think clearly the country is on the verge of breaking apart. functionally it has already. this is not a debate any longer between one iraq or the three irks that vice president biden once talked about. we've already got two irks. the kurds are out of it. i don't see any chance they're going to voluntarily reengage in a strong central government. so the real question is whether we see continued conflict between the shia and sunni ar
FOX Business
Apr 9, 2017 10:00pm EDT
quote president of china xi jinping as our guests in the united states. tremendous. secretary ross, thank you so much for joining us. i want to get to the meeting with the president of china in moment. but first let me begin with the syria strikes. you were in the situation room when the strikes took place, along with other members of the president's cabinet. tell us what went on while the launch was happening. >> city was obviously a very thrilling scene. it justifies all the inconveniences one puts up with going into government to be there when history was made. i believe the president did make history with his decision to take an action that was measured and very precise and seemingly has had a very beneficial effect already. maria: your colleague steven mnuchin said to expect more sanctions coming against syria. what would those look like? >> that's for the secretary of treasury to do. our job in commerce is to enforce sanctions. d.t.e., the second largest chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer we nailed for violating the sanctions against iran and north korea and signed $1
FOX News
Sep 24, 2017 7:00am PDT
in the geological, with the united states not with china, not with south korea not with anybody else, so i think reaching this level of very heated rhetoric eventually if you try to i negotiate tamp things don going to be very difficult so you know i think the president advisers i like general mcmaster kelly seem very sensible people they are trying top tamp the president down i am reading those reports, that makes sense. don't get into personal insults with kim jong-un. because this is what sets north koreans off, those personal things that calling our i remember father called -- by a president now madman "rocket man" let's talk negotiate instead of insults that are infantile also at the same time, very destabilizing to a region that you know is very, very worried about exploding. >> right, what is the next step though in terms of negotiating haven't we been negotiate for a long time where has it gotten us he is still testing missiles why testing missiles what do you think this guy is thinking? >> well, what he wants to do maria, he wants to reach a level his highest negotiating nuc
FOX Business
Jul 9, 2017 6:00pm EDT
effective. i think most is our ability too leverage china against north korea. we do a lot of trade with china. but china does a lot of trade with north korea, i think that china is the linchpin in our success in dialing with what is happening with the icbm capability out of north korea. i think that trade talks could provide the leverage to get to that point. maria: i think you make a good point, several other administrations have tried to get china to agree to rein in north korea to no avail. but we learned that trade between china and north korea is up 40%. what else should china be doing? >> they are not. i think that president again, you talk about the talks with putin is syria. president met with the president of china, president xi . to talk about north korea. and said this is going -- we're going to be successful on this en deendeavor one way or the ot, that is very strong diplomatic language. i think that was a very strong message. we don't want to see military route that would be devastating. however i think it is important we have a military strategy planned to force a di
FOX News
May 14, 2017 7:00am PDT
there. so i know that the president and yourself have been talking with china in terms of a lot of issues, not just the north korea issue but certainly on trade and getting american companies a better foothold in china. listen to what former secretary of state condoleezza rice told me when she joined me on fox business network, sir. >> i don't think complete influence but some influence of the north koreans. they've always been reluctant to do tough things with north koreans because they worried about the collapse of the regime more than they are worried about a nuclear north korea. the administration is saying to them, worry more about a nuclear north korea because if you can't do something about the path that they are on, we will have to. maria: do you think china is getting it at this point, secretary ross, in terms of participating, working with the americans to rein in north korea and a better participation would be part of arrangement? >> well, a mar-a-lago we initiated two dialogues, a strategic dialogue which deals importantly with north korea and the economic dialogue this
FOX News
Sep 20, 2015 7:00am PDT
china is coming to the united states this week. he'll be in washington with president obama on tuesday and then the president and leader of china will do a summit on friday. china has been the story of the economy because it's slowing down so much. what's your take on dealing with someone like the premier of china in terms of taxes, in terms of fees? a lot of people are complaining in business that china is dumping products on the u.s. at much lower prices than u.s., american-made goods. >> we've particularly had that problem in steel. they manipulate the value of the yuan and keep it artificially low. they don't there go to its true value which creates a discount on every product made in china. i'd tell them that no longer will they be able to hack into our systems without reprisal. no longer will they be able to cyberattack our country and steal intellectual property. if you want a good relationship you have to act in a responsible fashion. i'd push back against building islands over resource rich islands owned by others and tell china you'll lose access to our markets if you keep ch
FOX Business
Oct 22, 2017 10:00pm EDT
some of these big beautiful plants that i see in china, they have to open in this country. you've got to give me some big beautiful plants. it is happening. it is all happening. auto companies are coming back into our country, coming up tomimy aga-- to michigan again. they are going back. we're not going to be taken advantage of. we were taken advantage of i wouldn't say the company so much but other countries. we were so badly taken advantage of. as you know we're negotiating with nafta. and they have an election right now. and lots of things, but at some point, either nafta will be renegotiating so that it's fair to the united states or it will be terminated. it's very simple. people think that's a very tough statement. but it will probably be renegotiating, but if it's not successfully renegotiated so it's fair for the united states, it will be terminated >> coming up, more from my interview with president trump as we look ahead this morning on sunday morning futures, back in a moment. this is what it's all about, jamie -- helping small businesses. damage your vehicle? we got y
FOX Business
Apr 9, 2017 10:00pm EDT
from here? following the president's meeting with the president china. i'll talk with wilbur ross coming up as we look ahead right now on a "sunday morning futures." we start with a news alert. fox news alert. isis has claimed responsibility this morning for attacks on two churches in northern egypt, killing dozens of worshipers, celebrating palm sunday this morning. the first attack senior killed 26 christians. nearly 70 others were hurt. authorities say the second a few hours later happen when a suicide bomber tried tenter another church butas stopped by police before blowing himself up. 11 people killed in that blast. 35 others hurt. meanwhile, president trump is keeping the pressure on syria this morning in a letter to congress. mr. trump says he is not ruling out further airstrikes again the sub for shame, adding military action in the future will be taken as necessary. those u.s. missile strikes turning the spotlight on russia's connections to syria and a high-stakes diplomatic ace up this week with secretary of state rex tillerson set to visit on wednesday. should be known
FOX News
Sep 6, 2015 7:00am PDT
educational standards and help the u.s. compete against china and india and others in the global marketplace but instead common core has become a lightning rod to critics and an issue in this campaign. >> jeb is very, very strong on common core. he likes common core. i don't. i think it's terrible. i think education should be local. >> that's the debate when it comes to the controversy over common core. governor jeb bush has been the most prominent candidate that supported its goals and the education foundation backed it and as a campaign issue, he calls common core, quote, poisono poisonous. >> there's a fear correct and in an incorrect way, and there should be no involvement by the federal government, and it ought to be prohibited by law. >> and ohio governor, even the name has become a trigger in this race. >> common core doesn't encourage great teaching. it doesn't encourage responsibility in the hands of parents and common core however it started has turned into a federal government program that standardizes how teachers should teach and that will crush ingenuity and creativ
FOX Business
Aug 30, 2015 6:00pm EDT
." >>> china's stock exchange set to open later today kicking off a shortened week for china as the global markets prepare for what could be another volatile week of trading. just yesterday the vice chairman of the federal reserve stan fisher said the federal reserve will not wait for a 2% interest rate. so what does it mean for your investments and the week ahead? we have the chief economic adviser for alliance and former c of pimco. muhammad, good to have you on the program. welcome. >> thank you, maria. >> so much to talk about after the huge route in stocks last week. ahead of the jobs numbers ahead this week and ahead of the important september meeting for the federal reserve. first, talk about the global markets that we just saw. what was behind all the volatility, muhammad? >> it was crazy, maria. the dow traveled a total of 10,000 points during the week. two things were behind it. one is the markets repricing the prospects for global growth because of evidence that china and other emerging economies are slowing down, and those countries have gone from being a locomotive for the glo
FOX Business
Aug 6, 2017 10:00pm EDT
had pushed back initially, china, russia initially said they needed more time. how were you able to get everybody on board here? >> well, i mean, that's the negotiation process. and so, you know, our team here in new york did a fantastic job. we had conversations with china. we told them that this was important, that this was something that they needed to show that they were going to team with us on, in terms of going forward, and they did. we had to let russia know that, you know, this is not a time for them to disrupt or stop or cause chaos in the process, and they worked with us as well, so the negotiations were tough this week, but what we came out with was a very strong product. more importantly we came out united as an entire security council and united as the international community. i think it sends a very strong message to north korea. and, you know, a strong message from the united states as well. >> and you were very clear in your statement earlier this week, all options are on the table, in terms of the u.s. continuing to put the pressure on north korea to rein this in,
FOX News
Aug 23, 2015 7:00am PDT
, we'll have to see how this whole situation in china settles down. and at this point i think we're starting to see maybe the bubble bursting in china, maria? is that your sense? that's what i think is going on here. >> for a long time china was the growth story for the world and now we see that it's actually quite fragile. let's talk about the fragility of this market and the u.s. economy in particular. your record speaks for itself in ohio. you've had the lower unemployment rate and national average and how do you move the needle on wages, governor? we've got people out there watching who haven't seen their salary move. >> that's true. >> are afraid of losing their jobs. what's the answer to strengthening this economy and getting back to sustained growth? >> well, their anxiety is real. they are concerned about losing their jobs at the age of 51 and what's going to happen and secondly a lot of people have not seen their wages go up. in fact, this has been the most anemic recovery coming out of a serious recession since world war ii. as you know, maria, it's all about productivity.
FOX Business
Jan 29, 2017 6:00pm EST
with every other country that we have massive trade deficits with, whether it's china, germany, japan, on down the line, vietnam. what president trump did this last week was historic. that was the fastest out of the gate you've ever seen any american president on jobs and the economy, and we saw the dow go over 20,000. it's been on a steady upward move since president trump was elected -- maria: right. >> and what's funny to me is you get all the hysteria in the media, digital and print media basically saying the sky is falling, there's rifts with mexico, everything's -- no. we're straight ahead with a strategy to basically defend this country against unfair trade practices, cut good, solid, smart deals for the american worker -- maria: right. >> and that's all we're going to do. and this week, this last week we got rid of tpp one stroke of the pen. that was amazing. maria: yeah. >> gone was the work of thousands of lobbyists and hundreds of millions of dollars spent by special interests out to basically steal away what would have been our auto industry from michigan and ohio.
FOX News
Apr 16, 2017 7:00am PDT
president xi of china, really liked him. we had great chemistry, i think, at least i did, maybe he didn't like me, but i think he liked me. we had a 10 or 15 minute sit down that lasted 3 hours, the next day, it is scheduled, everything is orderly with the chinese, the 15 minutes on 6 day lasted two hours. just one-on-one, the two of us with interpreters. we understand each other. i think he is a person that i got a long with really well, we had a good chemistry. maria: did he give you any suggestion that he would help with north korea? did you get into trade and currency. >> first thing i brought up was north korea. we can't allow it. it is no good for you, have you a tremendous power because of trade. he then explains thousands of years of history with korea. not that easy. in other words not as simple as people would think, they had tremendous conflict with korea over the years. now his father was in china 4 times, he was never in china. so i said, look, you have a tremendous power because of trading through the border, they dodon't get food, they don't get coall coal, today i heard tw
FOX News
Aug 16, 2015 7:00am PDT
could get china to impose sanctions. we need china to buy our debt. the president is admitting that our failure to balance our government, shrink our debt is hurting our ability to stand strong on the world stage. israel, our closest ally in the middle east, hates this deal. syria, one of our enemies loves this deal. that tells you all we need to know. the way to reverse this is going to iran. making it very clear to them that america will not allow them to become a nuclear power. we will insist any time anywhere inspections. we will insist they release our hostages. we will insist they not maintain any enriched uranium and every option is on the table to stop them. weakness doesn't work. peace through strength does work. >> what is the plan to defeat isis. >> maria, first we have to start with a moral clarity and honesty. it is radical islamic terrorism. this president is happy to criticize america, apologize, defend us against medieval christians and crusaders. we can't beat an enemy unless we identify and take the blinders off. we need to show them that we're serious about the re
FOX News
Dec 21, 2014 7:00am PST
china bp and we have to let china know we're not going to tolerate this either. we have some leverage we can use against china. we have some leverage against north korea. at the very least, i think they should be put back on the terrorist list. they are clearly to me, a state sponsor of terrorism. they should be on that list. and we should -- whatever economic leverage we have as far as cyber, we should attack them cyberwise, but also, i think we have to realize that china has to have an involvement here. and we can't let china just walk away from this and make believe that they're just innocent bystanders, which they're not. >> so, what's china's involvement, then? >> i don't see how north korea could have done this without using facilities in china. i don't think north korea itself has the capability within the country of north korea itself. they have to have platforms, other facilities in china that are being used. and also, they really can't carry out very much of this without some tacit approval from china. chin you could have stopped them. >> thank you. we'll be watchin
FOX News
Apr 20, 2014 7:00am PDT
china. why did you create this opportunity going to china? what's so big about china right now? >> this is a strategic opportunity for the company. we have two ships calling out of shanghai. we really felt there is a next step available to us. we can participate in that sector right now by bringing our newest and most state of the art cruise ships to shanghai. >> why is the chinese customer emerging as such an important customer? >> i think they have the same hunger to see the world. it is only in the last ten years or so that they have had the permission to do it. >> this is important. >> our thing is that there is wealth and inkcome building up particularly in the coastal communi communities of china. there is enough income and wealth development there to fuel our growth. so we're not too fussed. last year the italian ship, are people still nervous about taking a cruise? >> the industry has had an opportunity to prove its resilience over and over. the people who repeat cruise with us know that we take great care in everything that we do. that they will find out what experienc
FOX News
Dec 4, 2016 7:00am PST
what the governors understand, which is we're in a worldwide competition with mexico, with china, with other countries. and he's going to work very hard to figure out, and this is part of why he picked wilbur ross and steve mnuchin. he wants to figure out how do we create an environment in which it's so desire nl to be in the u.s., and so expensive not to be in the u.s., so yex pkt to see them take some steps to make it harder to import and easier to export as part of their general strategy. >> that's what he said in the tweet this morning, basically saying there will be a tax on our soon-to-be strong border of 35% for those companies who leave the country, produce goods overseas like in mexico, much cheaper, and then try to get the products back into the u.s. >> and the only question is, does that tax apply to everybody? if you're toyota or mercedes, are you also going to pay that tax? i suspect the tax will apply to all imports. and at the same time, i suspect he's going to create a rebate so if you're the mercedes plant in alabama, you get money back if you ship your cars out of the
FOX Business
Oct 29, 2017 10:00pm EDT
, i guess next saturday. he's going to japan, china, southeast asia. he did $400 billion in deals with the mid east when he came back from saudi and that area. will he do deals in china what's most important? >> this will be the most important foreign trip of his presidency to date. not only because it's a meeting but also because he's heading into asia with a real crisis, which is the north korea issue so number one, everyone wants to know what kim jong-un does or doesn't do while trump is there. is he going to test a weapon, is he going to icbm, test a bomb and how do the americans react to that was the number one thing >> maria: good point, wow. >> we can really see escalation as a consequence of that and number two is how much time is trump going to give china to get something done on north korea before the u.s. starts moving on u.s. china trade. by far the most important issue for your viewers, so i think that this is a really big one. i just came back from tokyo. his relationship is awesome and certainly that at the beginning of the trip is going to go very well. the rest of this
FOX Business
May 24, 2015 6:00pm EDT
failed with foreign policy with russia with the red line in syria, with the pivot to china. all of those things are areas of president obama's failures in foreign policy. i think he is so desperate for any deal with iran that my concern is that he is going to go for a bad deal rather than say no to any deal at all. >> right. senator, stay with us. a lot to talk with you. senator barrasso. first, how far apart are the two sides in these talks? fox news' senior correspondent, eric shawn. >> good morning. we are told a framework agreement will stop iran from building a nuclear bomb. there seems to be gaps large enough to drive that proverbial mack truck through it. >> we think the action in transparency is unprecedented. the additional protocol is an example of a forever agreement in what we have negotiated. >> the obama administration insists that the agreement will curb iran's nuclear quest. critics caution, you have to read the fine print. >> iran's supreme leader will have the final say on any deal seems to be piling on more provisions and refusing to let the you states nuclear inspecto
FOX Business
Oct 5, 2014 6:00pm EDT
, north korea, china, they are all cyb cyber heavyweights. another way to put it, i'm more worried, which would you be more worried about? someone pointing a gun at your head which is the situation right now or someone attacking your laptop? the first order of sbbusiness i getting that gun away and that means defeating isis in iraq. >> we had a massive hack attack on jpmorgan's computers and it apparently was originating in russia with individuals in russia having ties to the russian government. how concerned should we be about this? >> i think that's the future that we're all on. it's not as i just mentioned the sort of leading folks in this regard or russians, north koreans and chinese, but the u.s. has very big cyber capabilities. we talk about the best offense and defense. most of the u.s. focus is on defense. we are some very good people working and obviously in nsa and other forms of intelligence who use cyber as a way to collect intelligence. we'll continue to face these problems. it will get bigger, not smaller. it's not the immediate threat that we face in the middle east right n
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