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Nov 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
repressive government, china, with over a billion potential facebook accounts waiting to happen if zuckerberg can win over that country's leaders. but the government actually banned facebook there in 2009 after riots. the site is still accessible in hong kong and taiwan. and this is another place where you can see mark zuckerberg's hands-on priorities. mark personally visiting the country seven times in five years, just like he met with the kremlin, a contrast to the man on the far right, sending only his lawyer to american congressional hearings about russian meddling. mark has even touted his language skills there as well. >> zuckerberg and his lieutenant cheryl sandburg have long viewed facebook as a frontier for connecting the world. >> your mission is to connect the entire world, you can't connect the whole world and not china. well, we'll have issues. but since right now we're not available and we don't have immediate path to become available, these are not policy decisions we have to make. >> no, they're not. at that time, the policy decision she was referencing was the one that is act
MSNBC
Sep 28, 2017 3:00pm PDT
to china. he speaks chinese, he knows china well, had been ambassador to singapore. he is someone with a deep knowledge and steeping with chinese culture. bold and wise to send him to china. he does not speak russian. it is a strange pick. this is a high conflict situation, potentially. and you look at the super specialist who held that appointment under past presidents. under president obama, reagan, the bushes had reagan special the i haves. people, he could speak to people directly without interpreters. again, great pick for many, many roles. and it is good that he's in this administration bust a strange job for him to have. >> thank you. how is bob mueller potentially pursuing new avenues against paul manafort? an anti-corruption law that could be a powerful tool in this case. and who is to blame for the mounting republican obamacare failures in congress? paul ryan has a few thoughts. and the health care insider who got this e-mail from the trump administration. we'll explain. you're watching "the beat" on msnbc. but there will still be pain. it comes when your insurance compa
MSNBC
Nov 1, 2017 3:00pm PDT
friendship with russia and china. we have serious differences with these two nations and must regard them with open eyes. but we are not bound to be adversaries. we he should seek common ground, based on shared interests. i believe an easing of tensions, improved relations with russia from a position of strength only, is possible. absolutely possible. some say the russians won't be reasonable. i intend to find out. >> now here's the fairest thing we can say about trump's overtures to russia. a lot of politicians advocate reversing even harsh stances toward adversarial country. nixon famously went to china. it does happen. the issue here under investigation is not whether it happened but what else was happening. so back to our time line. on june 3, donald trump jr. gets an e-mail in the morning from someone linked to russia saying they can provide official documents to incriminate hillary and he implies, if it's what you say, i love it. later that day, at a campaign rally in california, trump says this. >> putin said donald trump is a genius. he will be the next great leader of the united
MSNBC
Oct 19, 2017 3:00pm PDT
other. >> it's very hard to say who did the hacking. could have been china, could have been a lot of different group. >> our democracy needs a media that is transparent, accurate and fair. >> all i can say is it's totally fake news, just fake. it's fake. >> as drake would say, what's that, facts? now, whatever you may have thought about president bush when he was in office, the contrast here to the current president could not be clearer tonight. and you think back to other periods when we've been tested. not by remarks or choices of our president, but tested by those who would murder us and end us. it was six days after 9/11 that george bush went and decided to visit a mosque in washington. to gather americans together. and he delivered a powerful message against the bigotry he derided today and against anti-muslim sentiment. >> america counts millions of muslims amongst our citizens. those who feel like they intimidate our fellow citizens to take out their anger, they don't represent the best of the america, they represent the worst of humankind. it's a great country because we shar
MSNBC
Jul 25, 2017 3:00pm PDT
with us. last year, he said he was going to dig a hole to china. at&t is working with farmers to improve irrigation techniques. remote moisture sensors use a reliable network to tell them when and where to water. so that farmers like ray can compete in big ways. china. oh ... he got there. that's the power of and. (singsong) budget meeting. sweet. if you compare last quarter... it's no wonder everything seems a little better with the creamy taste of philly, made with no artificial preservatives, flavours or dyes. >>> kill the bill. don't kill us. >> shame. shame. >> rather dramatic protesters pushing back on that obamacare procedural vote today. everyone praising john mccain's courage. his colleagues have yet to say what bill they will be voting on. one thing the republican congress has done in the obama and the trump era is cast a lot of votes on obamacare, over 60 at this point without ever actually getting a repeal measure into law. rich, you look at this series of events, this never ending series of votes without action. it's sort of like the republicans have an elitist strat
MSNBC
Aug 18, 2017 3:00pm PDT
kind of republican. for a trade war with china, for infrastructure spending, for a tax hike on the 1%. those are the things that varied trump from traditional republicanism. now who is left? you have bankers. jared and ivanka, some nominal democrats and ex-democrats and a couple of republicans. it's an interesting white house and generals. >> yet, the culture war, what some call the race war this week, is what it felt like, and the cult of personality around donald trump would suggest that everything nick said, not really a critique, is what you're saying applies if you're keeping score by policy and personnel which is how we usually have done it. does donald trump bet he can move on about bannon. if everyone is screaming about statues, his people stay with him. >> he knew bannon was gone. he still defended the white nationalist who is were there in charlottesville. he still came out and said very controversial things on tuesday. you have to remember donald trump hates to be told what to do period. he wants to do what he feels like is right. i was talking to somebody close to the pre
MSNBC
Aug 10, 2017 3:00pm PDT
greatest threat worldwide. i would like russia and the united states and china and pakistan and many other countries that have nuclear weapons, get rid of them. >> suddenly a different tone after the president met with military advisors. but he is facing down this crisis with some major holes in his lineup. former diplomat ellen tauscher notes where is the trump under secretary of state for arms control under international security. no one has been nominated. unheard of in years, i should know. joining us is ellen tauscher. thank you for offering your expertise here. how important is it that the president has left that post unfilled right now? >> well, if you actually do want to de-nuke the world, then you would think that you would have the person that is the president's senior state department advisor on all things nuclear, frankly all things wmd. and this is one of the top jobs that's filled in the white house, by the white house very quickly after the president is sworn-in and the cabinet comes together. secretary of state picks someone to be the under secretary for arms control
MSNBC
Aug 9, 2017 3:00pm PDT
anyway it comes from china and afrg. >> does the trump administration have the balance that governor is proposing as looking at this as a health issue or not. >> it's interesting what the governor said about purdue pharma. we're in litigation right now with purdue trying to get the company to unseal documents about opioids and the whole genesis of the opioid epidemic. the genesis is not -- and the problem isn't necessarily law enforcement. it's legal drug that's have led to this opioid epidemic. i think that is something that i'm not clear that the trump administration is seeing eye-to-eye with many of the experts. the other thing i'd say, julia's mentioned the expectation yesterday that the president would declare a national emergency, a national crisis on this, i talked to michael right before that announce ment, the former michael is a former obama drug czar. i said what do you think of this thing that we thought trump was going to announce? and he said, you know, it has merit. even obama's drug czar was thinking declaring a national emergency. >> that's the whole issue h
MSNBC
Oct 4, 2017 3:00pm PDT
. >> that i don't know. i'll go along with russia. it could have been china. it could have been a lot of groups. if russia did anything having to do with our election, i want to know about it. >> will you once and for all, yes or no, difinitively say that russia interfered in the 2016 election? >> well, i think it was russia and i think it could have been other people in other countries. nobody really knows. nobody really knows for sure. >> richard burr today said he knows. >> that's right. richard burr said it is kre clear. they said it was absolutely russia and he refused to give the president the one thing the president he has been asking everyone for. the president wants to be exonerated. when asked the direct question, senator burr said i can't give that you answer. >> when you look at where it goes from here, it does take longer. the other piece, the other disagreement i heard was mark warner saying there are things we can do. look at the russian ads. and burr said that's already illegal. there was a bipartisan mood and style but underneath it, you could see different ideas about w
MSNBC
Nov 2, 2017 3:00pm PDT
happy and china is a massive market. russia has a big market that has an amazing tech sector. if you want to keep your systems in play you have to play to their rules and so in terms of the piping, censorship and whatever it might be, they are actually bowing to authoritarians in some places and then here, putting up a wall between, you know, the democratic -- >> have you heard from facebook about this? >> that's not true, i have gotten emails and received updates at different time, but i mean, i still think they're trying to solve it with their internal teams and what they really need to do is work with threat analysts. >> you are out talking to congress and you're talking to journalists and if any facebook folks want to come on and talk to you on the beat and these are conversations that need to be had sooner rather than later. thank you for your work. we appreciate it, and we will be right back. i've always had that issue with the seeds getting under my denture. super poligrip free. it creates a seal of the dentures in my mouth. even well fitting dentures let in food particles jus
MSNBC
Aug 24, 2017 3:00pm PDT
bull in a china shop. he's a cultural figure. he's a tribal leader. they enjoy the show of seeing him going around breaking the china. however, the minute they suspect it's their china being broken, the support drops. the classic case was trump care. largely a cut for wealthy people, for corporations at the expense of working class people. people suspect that the president is not the person that they trust with their own lives and the consequences of actual policy. however, they love the entertainment of him tweeting, of him having rallies. when you poll should the wall be built, drops down. only 16% support deportations. a whole lot of people cheering him don't support what they are cheering for. >> because you advised so many candidates, how do you even apply that? the bull in the china shop that other people look and see the president saying false claims. they see him lying. they want that called out. >> i'm not disagreeing but i think there's multiple variables. for the core group of voters and republican voters in general the strength thing is important. you talk to republica
MSNBC
Oct 3, 2017 3:00pm PDT
away from there. >> he is a forgiving man. you may remember the president of china was a currency manipulating aggressive trade demon and then he went to mar-a-lago, they had cake is that he is a good friend after that. so the president is a malleable. >> well, you know, i think it is a great point george makes, leah. i wonder what you think. forgiving is one way to put it. he is forgiving or faking. fits a fake fight. >> i think he is for giving in the face of people not questioning him. so in the conversations, a lot of his effusive praise went to officials, and in his own words who didn't question him. and who kind of were with him. and were all about whatever his agenda was in this particular moment. but i think at the end of the day, one, the mayor since donald trump's visit has had a couple of comments. not so great comments about the visit. so we have to see, how does he respond to that. and then two, the thing that we should be focusing on that i think the puerto ricans are really concerned about, is what is the policy response going to be from this point forward? is the a
MSNBC
Jul 27, 2017 3:00pm PDT
china shop. >> whatever one think of jeff session's policies, in the stand out of with trump he's having a departed moment. >> look, the guy does his job. you must be the other guy. >> yes the president is the other guy because while sessions is the guy doing his job, the president is just offering criticism. we can tell you the attorney general making a special trip to el salvador today on his agenda. all this while back home the president continues to put his job in doubt. joining me now former federal prosecutor barbara mcquaid, an obama appointee who served under jeff sessions until she and others were asked for resignations. do you think this is fair and good for the justice department, what the president is doing to the man you briefly served? >> no. i don't share the same philosophies as jeff sessions but i do share the view that the justice department needs to be independent. i know a lot of times in the public and the media we take our red state and blue state views but when it comes to the justice department it cannot be partisan. we need to have faith that the justice d
MSNBC
Oct 18, 2017 3:00pm PDT
relationship with russia, china, with any other foreign government? we want the judge to find out the facts and then decide whether the president is in compliance. >> governor dean, this case, richard's case, hits the court today. how important do you think it is in the trump era when we have a lot of different disputes going on? >> i think it is extremely important. first of all, the attorney who was defending trump was incorrect. many of the hotel payments have been well above market. in fact, the vo i'm isn't that great and charging enormous amounts that aren't disclosed. the second thing is that trump has promised to donate large suls of money to all kinds of people. he once promised to donate $25,000 to a family of someone who lost their child defending the united states. and he doesn't pay. the fact that he says he'll donate payments doesn't mean anything. and i deferred to richard. bob mueller will have a lot to say about there. his investigation is to find out did trump who sold his white elephant house in florida to a russian for an exorbitant amount of money, was that participatio
MSNBC
Jul 31, 2017 3:00pm PDT
moving into what russia most wanted. it's respect. we have a u.s.-china relationship, a strategic and economic dialogue, a dance we do, a lot of formality -- and they've been wanting that, and barack obama didn't give them to them. >> trump tells russia, i've got comey out of the way, that's going to help. >> right. and you can't deal with congress that way. congress has been suspicious as everyone else has been about the russia hugging the donald trump has been doing. it hasn't made sense on any level. congress is saying, we don't quite trust you, mr. president, on this issue. and that's -- >> steve clemmons, as always, thank you for bringing clarity to the table. >>> with priebus out, is president trump on a collision course with actually the entire republican party, and as promised the first confessional comedianichard lewis in th house. stay with us. in the middle of the night. hold on dad... liberty did what? yeah, liberty mutual 24-hour roadside assistance helped him to fix his flat so he could get home safely. my dad says our insurance doesn't have that. don't worry - i know wh
MSNBC
Sep 12, 2017 3:00pm PDT
& cheese and everything's good again. more! >>> could be russia but it could also be china. could also be lots of other people. could be somebody sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pounds. >> that was donald trump speculating on who might have done election hacking other than russia. u.s. intel says he was wrong and trump's lax approach to cybersecurity not confined to the russian scandal puz his hotel company failed to tell its own customers after hackers stole information from trump's hotels last year. trump officials quote tried to cover up the first cyberattack, did nothing to fix the vulnerabilities and then they were defenseless when the hackers struck a second time. and that trump hotel approach to cybersecurity cheerily has other corporate if followers like equif equifax. 143 million americans. to put that in context, if you are watching this program with one other person, odds are that hackers breached one of your social security numbers in this new hack. so what can you do about it? people who want to check whether they were victims on equifax's site, told at first that in ord
MSNBC
Sep 14, 2017 3:00pm PDT
to discuss trade, china and protection for those called drooe drooemz. around 9:30 p.m. the white house put out a statement t
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