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FOX Business
Aug 13, 2017 10:00pm 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 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 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 Business
Sep 20, 2015 6:00pm EDT
to ask you about the broader issues the country faces. the premier of 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
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 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 News
Jul 9, 2017 7:00am PDT
been 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 forc
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 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
FOX Business
Feb 12, 2017 6:00pm EST
conversation, every now and then they will do this we need to continue to pressure china to behave appropriately, which they have not for years. and we have all necessary deterrent cap capability in pla. maria: tomorrow he is meeting with president of canada as well, we have another bilateral trade talk meeting on deck. how is he doing. you have a great vantage point to talk to this. a former opponent, and have watched his performance, is he bringing the party together, how would you grade donald trump so far. >> first we have to acknowledge that substantial change of any kind, he was hired, he was voted into office by the american people to bring about substantial change, it always creates substantial resistance. support has to be built. i start with that, because how things get done is as important as what gets done, when you try build support, and sustain the substantial change. it is important for president trump to think about how he gets things done, and build support, i agree with him, bilateral trade negotiations are far more economeconomyeffective for this. which is why he
FOX Business
Apr 23, 2017 10:00pm EDT
basically doing the right thing. working with china, and our allies. this is a very dangerous regime with a very dangerous set of weapons. maria: what should the u.s. boa bu.s. bedoing in terms of allies supporting terrorist groups. for example israeli leader netanyahu was in hannity that last week, talking about iran, saying that u.s. needs to change the iran deal. >> vis-a-vis the deal with iran. you know, if i had to compress it to two words, we repeal or replace, i think that washington has to decide its own position. but one thing that has to be changed circumstance no -- is to not let iran have the best of all worlds which would be the worst of all worlds for the rest. maria: u.s. has been trying to court china as a way to get china to help rein in north korea. but what about iran? other areas where the u.s. can make a difference in terms of stopping anyone supporting terrorism acts? >> prim prime minister netanyahy have fun in referring to iran deal, that we talk about health deal, i think we knows this is a multilateral deal, it is not just u.s. it is britain, france, germany
FOX News
Feb 7, 2016 7:00am PST
think we need to be working with china, because china does have some influence there. i think the economic sanctions that have been relaxed was a mistake, giving them the ability to be able to do these kinds of things. >> let me switchgears and ask you about your own campaign. obviously last night ted cruz apologized to you again for bad tactics. do you accept his apology? >> of course i accept the apology. and i think what has to be looked at is what does this tell you about a person, if they will allow a campaign in which people clearly do thinks that are underhanded. if you accept that, what does that say for what you will do as president? i think it should be a moment of enlightenment for people. >> you have cut some staff in iowa going into new hampshire. do you want to tell us how you expect to break out in this crucial vote on tuesday? >> sure. a couple of months ago i was being told everything was wonderful with the campaign. i didn't believe it, so i began to do my own personal investigation. i found a lot of things that were inappropriate. we began making changes. you kn
FOX News
May 18, 2014 7:00am PDT
has not just been here at home. the deceleration in china seems to be coming to pass. wall street journal with significant slowdowns in china for depressing progress. it grew at the slowest pace in a year and a half. well, here at home the fed predicted the economy would expand this year by up to 3%. the lagging start in that first quarter was certainly dragged back down by year's end. this is the possibility of a possible looming bear market ahead. the adage that proved so wrong last year, sell in may and go away, applicable right now? we all have 13 days until the end of the month to find out. maria? >> eric, thank you so much. the latest there. back now with cisco systems john chambers. with the u.s. bumping along the bottom, what do you think it's going to take to break the markets out of this very, very tight trading range that we have been watching for a while now? >> well, maria, you and i have discussed in prior shows, and going back to march, we're usually a good indicator of economies looking out two to four quarters. we saw the economic downturn in the u.s. in 2007 in t
FOX News
Jun 7, 2015 7:00am PDT
million employees exposed over the course of three decades. hackers in china appear to be the culprit, targeting the office of personnel management which manages employee records for every federal agency. now, the white house is blaming congress, saying it has not kept the computer system safe and up to date. joining me now, republican congressman steve scalise of louisiana, who is house majority whip. congressman, great to have you on the program. >> great to be with you. >> so what can we be doing right now to ensure we don't get these kinds of hacks? is the president right? >> well no. in fact this is the president's administration. typical example of the president having something happen right under his nose. the white house was hacked not too long ago, trying to blame somebody else. this is the second attack at opm. this is a federal agency that the president has authority over not congress. obviously we're going to look into this at the congressional level, but with 4 million more federal employees having their personal data social security number and other information a
FOX Business
Nov 8, 2015 6:00pm EST
actors like china and russia, who in different ways are trying to crowd america out and our influence. in the case of china and the asia pacific region, in the case of russia, europe and the middle east. all are very significant threats. we need to confront all three of them. a strong national defense is critical. >> how do you confront them? back in the 2012 election, i remember, you know, we had president obama laughing at mitt romney, when mitt romney said vladimir putin and russia is really the threat out there. here we have today russia, you know, invading ukraine, putting troops in syria. how would a president rubio deal with russia. >> in the case of russia, we need to reinvigorate nato in europe. we need to change the cost benefit analysis for vladimir putin. he calculates that the benefits of the ukrainian inkergcursion outweigh the costs of doing so. many countries and nato do not have territorial defense capabilities. they cannot inflict damage on russia high enough. they largely invested in becoming expeditionary forces that could join us, for example, in afghani
FOX News
Jan 11, 2015 7:00am PST
adapting to regulation. not the same in the u.s. and china and europe. automakers have to adapt to the regulation which means they have to find technology that will allow us to meet the regulation. we know there will be a lot of pros and cons for regulation in the future and we can't control that. the only way we can try to face this is to make sure that we are fit enough to have technologies that allow us to make this regulation. u.s. regulation is important. we have to meet -- if you develop technology for the united states, you'll use it in china or europe and the other way around. what's important is not so much regulation in one country but overall trend you are seeing in major countries in the world. >> this is an important point. can you characterize what you see in terms of global market? what kind of 2015 are you expecting? >> i think 2015 should be good overall. i think we'll see a slow growth in the automotive market due to the fact that there is a slow growth in the economy. we're going to see very unbalanced situation depending on what market you're looking at. they should
FOX Business
Sep 4, 2016 6:00pm EDT
hangzhou, china, president obama seeking to smooth diplomatic efforts there. this marks the final g-20 summit for president obama. >>> also hillary clinton in full damage-control mode over the latest revelations from the fbi. will her actions derail her march to the without. stick around with us, as we look ahead on "sunday morning futures." ♪ [announcer] is it a force of nature? or a sales event? the summer of audi sales event is here. get up to a $5,000 bonus on select audi models. i'm in vests and as a vested investor in vests, i invest with e*trade, where investors can investigate and invest in vests... or not in vests. sign up at etrade.com and get up to six hundred dollars. put under a microscope, we can see all the bacteria that still exists. polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes, killing 99.99% of odor causing bacteria. for a cleaner, fresher, brighter denture every day. that inactive satellite radio of yours is ready to roll. because the siriusxm free listening event is on right now! just hit the sat button in your car and listen free thru sept 6. tha
FOX Business
May 29, 2016 6:00pm EDT
china might get china to be a better actor, you know. they're not part of the ttp. i think donald trump's position is that we need trade. we just need to negotiate good agreements, strong agreements that save american jobs. in personal conversations that people like former trade representative rodriguez portman have had with donald trump. he wants us to trade. he just wants a good, strong agreement negotiated. >> sounds like you think there is common ground. any idea when we'll see paul ryan support trump? >> no. but i do believe the chairman of the convention is going to support the nominee. they're working through some things. i think it's good with conversation i've had with my brothers and sisters of congress. president obama said, look, world leaders are rattled by donald trump. does this concern you? >> you know, it concerns me that the president would take a political message to an overseas forum like that. you know, i can just imagine how ronald reagan or bill clinton would have answered that question as president of the united states. look, i'm over here representing peop
FOX News
Oct 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
europe rolling over, china slowing down. we're going to wait longer and longer and longer to raise interest rates. that's something very new to hear stanley fisher say it. >> and what that is the nervousness among central bankers that his asset prices come down and that is going to impact the real economy. what we've seen this week in washington, d.c. is a number of central bankers taking to the mike and saying don't worry. we will be more patient. but the real question is that enough? i think what the market is starting to realize is that central banks only build bridges. they can't guarantee destinations. you need the other policy makers to step up and unfortunately they are not so central bankers alone can't do all of the heavy lifting. >> i love talking with you because i believe you joined us about a month ago and a month ago you told our audience start raising cash. don't get complacent. we could see a sharp sell-off. you were exactly right. what's your sense of what happens next? does this continue through year end? >> i think volatility continues. i think the right thing to
FOX Business
Jun 14, 2015 6:00pm EDT
, in fact giving that area of the world specific to china. they are going to be setting the terms and conditions. this would have allowed us to do it. what happened here was the president has had no leadership role with congress. he doesn't deal with his own party and so now as the term is winding down democrats are basically giving in to their base which would be the unions and other progressive groups that are against trade deals. he lost all influence with them. the fact that you said that he made a special trip to capitol hill. it shouldn't be a special trip. the president should always be dealing with congress. i was there in 1994 with president clinton. that was 24/7. he was working with every member of congress republicans, democrats literally around the clock until he had the votes to get that done. he worked closely with newt gingrich republicans, democrats. a terrible failure of leadership. >> what are the implications of this failure on friday congressman? >> it's a devastating economic blow. the last 15 years alone the united states has lost our share of the import mar
FOX News
Apr 3, 2016 7:00am PDT
up. china seems to be stabilizing. there are also concerns out there. so the major threat isn't really domestic as much as it is what's happening abroad. keep an eye on europe. they have lots of stuff coming this summer. keep an eye on china to make sure it continues to soft land. >> we're looking at china seemingly beginning to recover. the emerging markets even had a good performance in the last two months or so and that area of the economy has been under a rock. to what do you attribute that performance. is this about oil beginning to stabilize >> it is about oil. also because markets that lack liquidity like emerging markets tend to overshoot on the way down and tend to overshoot on the way up. we overshot on the way down and now you're seeing the recovery. let's not forget central banks continue to support emerging marks. we have dovish statements out of the fed and ecb, bank of japan and people's bank of china have their pedal to the metal. >> i want to ask you about this report i read earlier and said high earners are leaving places like paris in droves. 10 million have m
FOX News
Sep 14, 2014 7:00am PDT
the rest of the world is getting bigger and bigger. the data overnight in china continues to suggest that industrial production is not that strong. europeans are friends at the european central bankaao though this would be breakout year to the upside. looks like economic growth at a half of one percent. if you look around the world with the exception of places like britain, the u.s. is outperforming on a relative basis. the dollar continues to strengthen. my own best guest is that things likes japanese yen and euro will be under pressure as the u.s. sees they are doing better. >> best game in town relatively speaking. look no farther than what's happening on wall street. a company going public. a lot of hype around that. what does that tell you about this economy right now? >> it says for one thing that for this chinese company to want to access the u.s. financial markets, it's a good thing. our markets are the deepest and most liquid. it's because they think their story will be well received in the u.s. i think the real alibaba story is this a chinese company showing innovat
FOX Business
Jan 18, 2015 6:00pm EST
the world the u.s. economy is the one bright spot. whether you're looking at europe or china with its slowing economy, you don't see the positive impact. this will be a big transfer of income from oil exporters to consumers. it takes time to have its impact. meanwhile we'll see the factors you've been talking about up close now. >> always a pleasure to have your wonderful insights on the subject. see you soon. dan j ihs. >> thank you. >>> this coming tuesday we already know one topic taxes. who's in line to get tax cuts and who's in line to see their taxes get hiked? our panel begins there as we look ahead on "sunday morning futures." at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like mute buttons equal danger. ...that sound good? not being on this phone call sounds good. it's not muted. was that you jason? it was geoffrey! it was jason. it could've been brenda. want to know how hard it can be... ...to breathe with copd? it can feel like this. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled... ...copd maintenance treatment... ...that
FOX News
Dec 11, 2016 7:00am PST
you have seen him in russia, china, yemen, the developing world. certainly the middle east. and those critics and naysayers i think are partly the election deniers. and partly folks who just were not anticipating such an unconventional possibility. and let me just note of course as you recognize this is not a final selection. it is up to president-elect trump and him alone to make that selection and make that announcement which he says could be maybe the middle of next week or so. >> okay. so we will hear then in pretty short order who his pick is. talk to us about how the cabinet is taking shape right now. when do you expect that he will have the full cabinet in place? >> in the coming weeks. i mean we are at a break neck pace. donald trump and mike pence really engaging from day one in the flurry offing a different, meeting with about 85 men and women from very diverse back grounds and perspective, not all of whom will serve in the administration in a formal capacity, but each and every one of whom loves this country and has amazing advice and counsel and experiences and vision to a
FOX News
Oct 9, 2016 7:00am PDT
president with that as a secret agenda for our country. >> is the 45% tariff on china good or better? >> he said he never wanted to do that. he said you can put that kind of tariff up. some estimated we are being cheated by that much. he said you have to stand up for america and replace it. he believes in trade. he absolutely does. he does not want to end trade. he will use the powers that we have, the market power we have, the access they want to push back against unfair trading practices and defend american manufacturing and american workers. i believe donald trump has got it right on trade and he is a good negotiator and he will push back and we'll get some improvement in our relationship with the trading partners. >> we will be watching tonight. thanks so much for joining us this morning. we'll see you soon. hillary clinton, meanwhile, face agnew e-mail problem now. wiki leaks releasing thousands of hacked messages from her campaign. what does thisilated document dump mean? follow on twitter. what do you want to hear from gene spurling? he is up next. we are live. when you're clo
FOX Business
Feb 1, 2015 6:00pm EST
are how we define our relationship with china. how we define our presence in the pacific. my guess is when history judges today's statesman, it's going to be on what was done in the pacific region. that is where the economy is going. that's where there are enormous tensions. whether it's china, japan, south korea, india and getting that agree owe politics right needs to be a preoccupation for the united states. >> larry great to have you on the program today. >> thank you so much. >>> all right. now let's get a look what is coming up on media buzz. let's check in with howard. >> good morning. we're going to look at mitt romney getting out of the race and a lot of coverage that focussed on donors and operatives, but the coverage of romney possibly mounting a third presidential campaign was so negative and the mockery was so stinging including for many conservative commentators. a look at whether that's the factor. it's super sunday. we're going talk to brian at the super bowl about does it seem like the whole country outs of massachusetts and the press is rooting against the patriots i
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Apr 27, 2014 7:00am PDT
think one, places like china and brazil and canada and mexico are easier than our barriers. i think number two, there is labor arbitrage, tax reform and immigration reform. >> i think a lot of people were hoping to see some kind of news headline on japan trade, the president's trip. what headlines came out of that trip. >> the main thing i think is that the president is concerned to consolidate japan's alliance with the u.s. in regard to any future competition. japan has its own problems. they have increased the consumption tax again. and the economy there is slowing down. they didn't learn from the last experience. >> in terms of immigration, robert makes the right point. so many ceos and managers can't find the skill sets required to hire people to create jobs because of immigration because we are not educating our students. how do we change that? >> that's the story. there are a lot of people who would say that those students do exist but they are not being tested properly and many of the tests are not capturing the people that are absolutely qualified for those types of jobs. ro
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Apr 26, 2015 7:00am PDT
importer of all energy sources. countries like india, china, and japan are all going to be benefitting. we're quite positive that gdp will be incrementally stronger in asia in 2015 and '14. at the same time china will be incrementally smaller in gdp because they're going through this ten-year restructuring of its economy, trying to become less dependent on exports and much more of a domestic consumption society. they're trying to mayigrate to more of a service-oriented economy. but because of lower oil prices because of a better banking system and most importantly now a very aggressive central bank the surprise of 2015 is going to be the strength of europe. i believe, actually europe is going to grow in the first quarter faster than the united states. >> wow. that's a big statement. >> that's a huge change just in three months. so europe is fine. this is why the european stock market is rallying so much. so many people have been underinvested in europe. now you're seeing this money rushing into europe. >> one of the things you mentioned is activists. you have all these activist investo
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Nov 23, 2014 7:00am PST
% this year. the stock market is near all-time highs. and yet china and europe continue to slow -- show slow economies. will the slowdown impact u.s. earnings? mohamed l. arian is with us. mohamed, good to see you. thanks for joining us. >> thank you, maria. good morning. >> it's a big week next day even though it is a short week. you've got the gdp report on tuesday, consumer confidence out, got an opec meeting happening in vienna and then, of course, there's black friday, the kickoff to the holiday shopping season. how would you characterize the u.s. economy and the rest of the world right now? >> so are we doing better than the rest of the world, we're growing, we're healing. the problem is that we're facing headwinds from the rest of the world. and what we've seen recently is that things have gotten so bad over there, the central banks are being forced to do even more. and this growing divergence in growth, this growing divergence in monetary policy around the world is causing quite a bit of issues for us. so we're doing great. we're doing better, i would say, but the proble
FOX Business
Aug 20, 2017 10:00pm EDT
with china. i think china got the message from president trump about how serious he is. >> maria: totally agree. real quick you were very vocal. you wanted steve bannon out. are you a happy man this morning >> yeah, listen i have nothing personal with steve bannon but the way he was operating within the white house was undermining the president by giving an interview where he was un declaring the president's policy on north korea and obviously behind the leaks in recent weeks and again you can't have somebody like that within the white house. let general kelly do his job. i think john kelly is the hero of this. >> maria: congressman good to see you this morning thanks so much. >> thank you, maria. >> maria: congressman peter king , a different perspective on the president's perspective to secure the borders back in ♪ [brother] any last words? [boy] karma, danny... ...karma! [vo] progress is seizing the moment. your summer moment awaits you, now that the summer of audi sales event is here. audi will cover your first month's lease payment on select models during the summer of aud
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Aug 28, 2016 6:00pm EDT
with us that you'll start to see those job that is are leaving from mexico and china to come back to thenitis. when we met with business leaders, what they are telling us is that the regulatory right now. those are huge. i wanted to mention one other thing that got completely overshadowed is what happened with the biudget numbers. so the budget will be about $600 billion and the budget office tells us that number is headed to a trillion dollars. if we stay ton couron the cours right now i never thought i would see the day. >> and i always ask you the same question, you want to cut taxes this much but how do you pay for it? you said to me you will have several trillion in spending cuts, is that right? >> a couple of things. first of all, we believe that the most important thing right now to concentrate is get the economy moving. if we have 1% growth you can't stop any of the problems, whether it is poverty, creating high-paying jobs, you're not going to get there. our strategy from 1% to 4% growth. we think we can do that. you have a contrast between hillary and trump. if we can get t
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Jan 2, 2017 9:00pm EST
cowboy in the oval office i don't think going to take that from not just russia china or any other foreign interest trying to attack america. >> doesn't bother you? >> donald trump's praising of vladimir putin doesn't bofrt bofrt you? >> one week praising week before saying we are going to strengthen our governments going to modernize nuclear weaponry if russia wants to engage in arms risk have at it donald trump is being somewhat unpredictable some say trying to say things about donald trump to bring him closer i think the opposite might be true donald trump might be playing russia saying positive things about vladimir putin again, one thing we know with donald trump likes to keep adversaries off balance one thing about donald trump he loves america he wants to grow our economy make -- going to put us first, and if that means, having strong stance against russia going to do that -- going back to first part of your story -- is the russia united states of america other allies have to work together to defeat radical rising threat of islam carry the same interests we do defeating terr
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Mar 12, 2017 7:00am PDT
reciprocal then if india charges us 70%, we will charge them 70%, if china charges us 100%, like wise? >> well, we don't buy and sell the same products to each of those countries. our largest source of trade deficit the probably the automotive industry, counting parts and all the sub contracting that goes into it. that's one whole topic. one of our big net exports is agriculture and we are still denied agriculture access to many markets around the world, so that's my point that each segment and practically each product within it. say within agriculture, corn issues are not the same as sugar issues. soybean issues are not the same as either corn or sugar. same with manufacturing and same with services. you have to deal precisely product by product in country by country. maria: your priorities mÉxico, canada and japan? >> it's a large trading partner and show that we are not disengaging in that part of the world. japan is not only historically trading partner, it's also historically very important defense partner and particularly with a lot of the turmoil going on in the area right now
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Aug 31, 2014 6:00pm EDT
china, a resurgent russia and you've got iran and north korea operate, nuclear weapons soon in the case of iran and currently with north korea and they're sharing ballistic missile information. all of these things require investments to be made in the future. those investments hinge on the strategy and the strategy of don't do stupid stuff is a little bit -- >> look, let's face it, the president was facing re-election and it was a very goodf? story line to say the terrorists are on the run. osama bin laden has been captured and my team has, you know, finished all these terrorists off. today, we recognize that is absolutely not true. so what happens next with the budget? you know, we know that the president wanted to cut the military budget, also taking troops out of iraq. do we have a clear sense of where the budget goes and what we are, in fact, allocating money to? >> i'll jump in here. >> well, let me just start by saying, you know, i think there's always waste that can be cut at the pentagon. there's no question about that. even senator mccain has said that. but we have to have the
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Apr 2, 2017 7:00am PDT
deficit. all this just a week before mr. trump host the president of china, a country he blames for many of america's trade problems. the man who helped craft executive order commerce secretary wilbur ross who joins us live in the studio. good to see you. i feel like when you sat down i kind of wanted to know how are things going on in the white house because i've known you so much -- for so many years. >> sure. it's still an exciting thing and makes your heart pump a little faster. sandra: we are talking about the two executive orders that the president signed this week and you obviously had a hand in crafting these, what was the process like? >> well, the process is straightforward. we decide on the objective and clear it with white house policy people and counsel to make sure it conforms because there has been tendency for people to litigate executive orders. sandra: between 2001 and 2016, this was shared by the white house sean spicer this week, $2.8 billion in import taxes were uncollected from companies in 40 countries. one of the executive orders targets just that? >> absolutely.
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May 21, 2017 10:00pm EDT
export very little. >> typically, shipping containers are produced in china. when they land here, 9 out of 10 times, they don't leave our shore. so we have a shipping container sitting in ports along the shoreline. >> the 16 containers have now become a sustainable-housing project on what was once the kool kar used-car lot in downtown phoenix. each of these 9,500-pound steel crates once traveled the high seas and were wasting away in california before they were salvaged. >> these containers are meant to hold 40,000 to 50,000 pounds each, be stacked 11 high and sent across the ocean. and they're incredibly over-structured for what we're using them for. we did everything we possibly could so that, when people were driving by, that it literally looked like a stack of shipping containers. we were also very keen to have the aesthetic, the blue containers that you see here. >> and what kind of work did you have to do to them? >> we actually did minimal cuts. we left most of the container intact. once we had all the underground and footings in place, we had them shipped here. and then we used
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Dec 7, 2014 7:00am PST
china basically abut corruption charges against the security chief, unheard of. he -- the import of oil. and they just exceeded the u.s. in terms of being the largest economy. judy, your one thing? >> i'm watching diane feinsteine because she wants to get her hand on all the bad things that the cia did. she's been warned by the intelligent community that that would be bat ford country, bad for us overseas, but she still wants to do it. >> senator? >> i'm worried about putin, because this could be catastrophic. it could be another kind of confrontation that we don't need. >> and he's going to india strengthening his ties further. this is the beginning of the gop telling us they can govern, no government shutdown. that will do it for sunday morning futures. thanks for being here. have a great sunday. >>> on the buzz meader this sunday, a rolling stones story, alleging a gang rape at the university of virginia falls apart as new reporting underlines the account of the accuser. even her friends question the acuter. how does this shoddy piece ever get published? >>> from ferguson to statton
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Sep 28, 2014 7:00am PDT
first road to democracy in china. i think it's a giant, giant step backwards and it's something we have to watch carefully. >> next up o panel, the fourth quarter kicks off this wednesday. should we believe that 6% gdp number going into the end of the year with the biggest month for retail spend background to strike? our panel weighs in on sunday morning futures. you make a gre. it's been that way sincthe day you met. but your erectile dysfunction - it could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity. do not take alis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as this may causan unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess with cialis. side effects may include headache, upset stomach, delayed backache or
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Feb 19, 2017 10:00pm EST
honest accounting, if you have federal government pay for it, we borrow money from china. if new york wants to expand by raising taxes, they have to decide. the other choice is let's try to competition and through choice, to lower cost of insurance, this is something that should not be you know, out of the question. why don't we discuss how we make insurance less expensive. maria: you don't' big government, you don't want government telling how you to deal with your health care. and have called your plan bold, and free market plan. and. let me ask your timeline now. you are now on break for a week. do you expect this will be priority next week when you get back? >> absolutely, obamacare must be repealed. we cannot do partial repeal, we have to do complete repeal, we already did this once in 2015, under president obama, he vetoed it. we voted i think nearly unanimously in senate and house. i am asking for, let's vote to the same package, but a separate package that is replacement. then try to work out what we want to replacement. it should not be another big government plan. maria: if
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Apr 5, 2015 6:00pm EDT
, china and of course the united states working this past week to hammer out a final deal on iran's nuclear program by june 30. after years of talks, even that koumtd come down -- could the ultimate agreement include the enrichment of uranium. good to see you, thank you so much for joining us. you share the subcommittee on counter terrorism and intelligence, so we want to get your insights here. is that the last sticking point? if thatt's the case, is it black or white. >> i think this is a bad deal. if everything we have heard about it is true, basically what the u.s. is doing is lock in the nuclear infrastructure in iran, so they can break loose, they can break out. we're allowing them to keep the centrifuges they're going to be in encased locations, which will be very difficult for us to take them out in the future. we went into this to take away iran's nuclear power. now we're basically institution institutionalizeing it. >> if they continue to enrich uranium, we know that that could lead to the acquisition of a bomb. shouldn't that be a deal breaker? >> it should certainly be a
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Jun 8, 2014 7:00am PDT
slowing and this has not helped. a big portion of what we produce is exported into china. that's a weaker currency for the wrong reasons. >> are you expecting to make any changes given these sanctions? >> no. it's business as usual. it's a solid business generating a lot of cash. we like russia and we're there for the long term. >> i guess that's the question. you're one of many companies, american companies that do business with russia and have been making a lot of money on it. and yet the government is putting sanctions. how deep is deep? >> a foreign policy issue that has not yet spilled over into business in a big way. >> and the ruble getting impacted. broadly speaking, what kind of a 2014 are you looking for the rest of the year? >> it has been frustrating. they had one quarter of good growth and one quarter where it falls back. i think we will be closer to 1% gdp. i am optimistic that the u.s. economy can grow. it. >> we're ready. >> stand ready. we have got to get that demand going. thanks so much. john is ceo at international paper. figuring out the cost of certain medical
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Dec 6, 2015 6:00pm EST
needed to pick up travel and tourively at low dollars. that's write china and brazil and others changed their visa -- now it's a protectionist reason. i will tell you, a few years ago, everyone was screaming, hey, we can't have vita reform, where it's an outliars, and we have to find the right balance. >> i want to continue this conversation, because this slidda program is something that needs to be looked at. more, our panel is back to at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like playing the boss equals the boss wins. wow! at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like ordering wine equals pretending to know wine. pinot noir, which means peanut of the night. perfect driving record. >>perfect. no tickets. no accidents... >>that is until one of you clips a food truck, ruining your perfect record. >>yup... now, you would think your insurance company would cut you some slack, right? >>no. your insurance rates go through the roof. your perfect record doesn't get you anything. >>anything. perfect! for drivers with accident forgiveness
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Nov 13, 2016 7:00am PST
issues, china's having issues. so the neighborhood matters, but if we focus on getting the house in order, that's going to help a great deal. >> would you put new money to work in the stock market today or do you want to be cautious after the week that just was? >> so it was an amazing surge so i would be a little bit cautious. i would also look at other segments in the global markets that have gone the other way and ask the question, if i am to put money in the u.s. stock market, i would look at the laggers. the focus has been on industrial, on banks, technologies have lagged and i think to the extent that you want to put money in there's an opportunity there. >> all right. great to see you. thanks so much. >> thank you. >>> a possible shift in president-elect's trump's healthcare plan as he dials back to completely repel obamacare. which parts of the affordable care act he would keep. that's ahead. stay with us. ♪"all you need is love" plays my friends know me so well. they can tell what i'm thinking, just by looking in my eyes. they can tell when i'm really excited and thrilled
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May 4, 2014 7:00am PDT
in all, puts and takes here. >> we have seen a slow down in china. the offset to that is that we have been working our strategy hard. oil and gas, financial products division. we have been taking that to the market here and our dealers have been investing. what we're seeing year-over-year there is some risk there. they are underway with a very large transformation. that brings with it risk so we're watching that closely. >> you were reluctant to endorse a longer term guidance. what can you tell us in terms of your expectations for the longer term now that the earning report is under your belt? >> i'm going to stay away from that, too. we did raise our profit expectation to $7.10 without restructu restructuring. again, i come back to long term infrastructure needs around the world. mining needs will continue. world population is growing. i'm optimistic about the long term. all the events that we seem to encounter overnight. we're sticking to 2014 for now and making sure we get that done. >> he was expecting cat to be ableable of generating $17 billion in free cash flow in 17 years. doe
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Aug 10, 2014 6:00pm EDT
booming. in china over 80%. in countries in latin america, over 70%. even in africa over 50%. so what you really see is optimism in the world shifting dramatically away from most of the developed countries. >> wow. that's not a good thing. >> i guess cockeyed optimism is over in the united states. at least for a while. but what struck me as interesting about those numbers is that yes, the president's popularity is down but not nearly as dramatically as those numbers. given those numbers, i would think that his popularity would be even lower than it is. and the other thing is the implications of that for the midterm elections. does that mean that the republicans really will take the senate if there's that much discontent and pessimism? >> what do you think? >> i don't know. it looks as if -- >> all objective actuarial tables show we're going to lock at least at a minimum of six-seat gain which is enough to get the majority. we've added seats that are now in play. iowa, for example, oregon, new hampshire. michigan. these were not states in the beginning of this cycle that were perc
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Oct 16, 2016 6:00pm EDT
focus on isis, focus on russia, china, or al qaeda. here's what we have to do. we have to build up our military. what obama and clinton want to do is take our military down to world war i levels. he specifically has said he wants 450,000 troops. they want to go down to 420,000. sorry, he wants 550,000 troops. they want to go to 420,000. he wants a marine corps with eight to ten more battalions. he wants a navy with 350 shapes. they're going to go down to 220, 230. incapable of 220 and 230 to fight a two-ocean war, and he wants to increase our aircraft, our fighter aircraft by about 400 or 500, and he wants to modernize our nuclear capacity and our military capacity. what he's doing is he wants to build up a situation like reagan did. he wants to be able to negotiate from strength, with the largest military in the world, incapable of being matched by anybody. incapable of being challenged by anybody, and able to fight conventional wars or asymmetrical wars with the best special forces that have existed which we already have. >> what is going to be success for you walking out of the
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