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FOX News
Jul 5, 2017 2:00pm PDT
. before leaving for his european trip this morning, president trump took a swing at china and its failure to help contain the rogue state, tweeting: "trade between china and north korea grew almost 40% in the first quarter. so much for china working with us - but we had to give it a try!" eboni and kat, big news day today. there are a couple ways to deal with north korea. you have diplomacy which we tried for the better part of five decades. bilateral negotiations, meaning trying to work with these people. doesn't seem like kim jong-un wants to work with us. further sanctions. i've been hearing this for years. the one that we talk about, we touched on, may be the only solution barring some sort of military strike would be this massive cyber war, may be a covert cyber war on the north koreans. >> eboni: i don't personally believe diplomacy is ever going to work with kim jong-un. i think short of military strategies, we've got to get more aggressive. i can appreciate ambassador haley saying about this, it's an escalation. it's been an escalation for a long time. my worry is that maybe we ar
FOX News
May 30, 2017 2:00pm PDT
and carl vincent is there. we have three terrorists strike groups in the area. what is china thinking? why aren't they leaning harder on north korea? >> guest: that's a good question. the president is saying all the right things. boosting the military presence in the region and reaching out to the chinese. china has been slow to move for decades on the notre dame front. -- the north korea front. we need more action taken. if they don't the united states needs to ramp up the existing sanctions against north korea and the military presence in the region. without a doubt, i think the intercontinental missile threat looms larger and larger by the day. that's their goal to strike the united states. they are not that far off. >> eric: kat, the test we performed this morning. that launched from california. went to space and knocked down a ballistic missile. they called it shooting a bullet with a bullet at more than 1,000 miles per hour. that's a big message to kim jong-un. >> kat: absolute. china needs to do more. i like trump's tweet to china saying they are trying hard. something we call
FOX News
May 29, 2017 2:00pm PDT
disrespect for the neighbor, china by shooting off yet another ballistic missile but china is trying hard." >> we are working with the international community to deal with the issue. the regime is a threat to the region, to japan and south korea. in the event of war, they would bring danger to china and russia as well. the bottom line is it would be catastrophic if this turns into combat. >> eboni: u.s. escalating its own show of force against rogue states with a third carrier strike group being sent to the region. this is getting worse, not better. >> eric: china's sanctions would work if they would step up. they were concerned about this missile test. this one landed 250 miles up the shore of japan. that's concerning considering seoul, south korea, is only 35 miles away from the border and we have 25,000 or 30,000 u.s. service members along the border or in the area. one thing that's going to happen tomorrow, were going to launch an intercontinental ballistic missile from the marshall islands and test fire an antimissile strike from, launched from an air force base in califo
FOX News
Aug 7, 2017 2:00pm PDT
china. china equates to about 90% of trade with north korea, so that's obviously the key. i think there has also been a lot on congress about putting more economic sanctions on north korea as well. i believe they are only about the fifth most sanctioned country so i think there is a lot more. this is a step in the right direction towards doing that. >> eboni: absolutely. today we will meet today's specialist. fomilitary analyst. counter terrorism and intelligence operation. author of the book "without mercy." he specializes, of course, in war and terror. courtroom david hunt is here. and she is the president of the people's house project, a former congressional candidate and the author of reversing the apocalypse and her specialty is helping working class candidates win. crystal ball is here. courtroom, i'm going to obviously come to you on this. i don't think that america has yet to figure out an effective way of course to deal with north korea. what do these sanctions mean through your lens? >> nothing. won't work. ain't going to happen. we have had democrats, republicans, two t
FOX News
Aug 14, 2017 2:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Jul 25, 2017 2:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Jun 15, 2017 2:00pm PDT
: let's talk about the economics of it. china has to see this and say maybe we need to rethink our north korea policy. >> james: let's hope so. i think this is one of those tests of whether donald trump, "the art of the deal closed " gn find a way to get china to ship as the paint -- to participate in harsh economic sanctions. they don't want to do it but that's the test. >> eric: one of the issues is the doctors said it's not a temporary condition. it is extensive brain damage. >> eboni: not that we needed any more evidence, as the governor said, the complete unconscionable ability of north korea with such wanton disregard for human life. there you have it. >> eric: doesn't warrant -- i am asking because i know we are probably on similar feelings, doesn't warrant military response? >> kat: what are we going to to do? honestly. the botulism thing is garbage. they are probably laughing when they say that but we are talking about a place where other people lived there think it's true and think we are the ones going after them. it's really, really a sick, disgusting situation. >> mike
FOX News
Jun 23, 2017 2:00pm PDT
. what is a good way to handle it is a hard question. >> i agree. we have to look at the role of china in this. china likes the fact that there's a communist country separating it from japan. china has been -- gave nuclear technology to north korea along with the pakistanis and the russians. so they have been sending parts for missiles. they're helping the north koreans build these bombs and missiles. so this is a bit political push for the president. what do you do about that? >> a quick question. i'm just curious. i respect your apprehension to go forward with a military answer. are you banking on them just not going to that next level, them being north korea? >> of course i'm not. i'm not. i'm just saying that you can't look at it always, okay, we have military action. we take it out. nothing will happen. they have things hidden under grounds over there. they have people on the ground or they wouldn't be afraid to use. we have americans there. there's south korea there. there would be consequences. around the world, might be kind of mad at us for sparking that. i'm just saying ackno
FOX News
Jul 4, 2017 2:00pm PDT
emergency meeting tomorrow, but it's also notable that china is for july, the head of the u.n. security council. it's going to be an uphill battle making an argument of the u.n. security council tomorrow. >> bret: jennifer griffin at the pentagon. let's turn to james rosen. james, for perspective, north korea has liked, in the past, to fire off things on the fourth of july. different holidays, mother's day. but this one was different. according to people in the region and experts have been looking at this, it's not only the range of the missile but also how it was fired. stiglitz important for our viewers to stand. with the range to strike all of alaska. first such test by north korea that employed a mobile launcher. instead of using a fixed position they can load this icbm onto a more or less a truck, like a flatbed, move it around, undercover if you will end this makes it much harder for the united states to attract such a test when it's about to be launched and disrupted prior to launch. frightening development. a professor at san angelo university in one of the reigning experts on t
FOX News
Jun 19, 2017 2:00pm PDT
he was in an unresponsive wakefulness, basically brain-dead. this is terrible. china needs to get on board and we really need to fix this. i think north korea is going to be the world's biggest problem. >> eboni: we talk about north korea almost daily on this program. this hits home in a personal way. this young man went to the university of virginia, so young, and the prime of his life. his father puts it best, a parietal regime. when are we going to deal with north korea? >> kat: it is sickening. i agree there should be an autopsy. clearly their story is not the real story. when you see the trial, he is crying, what ended up happening is so sad. >> eboni: we have to continue this discussion but he let's meet today's specialists. he was once a disk jockey and even practice criminal law for the last 25 years. he specializes in everything legal, mike eichler she is here. she is the former dean at iona college, former professor there, and also a pollster and specializes in everything politics. dr. jeanne zaino is here. thank you for joining us. very heavy and heartbreaking subjects tha
FOX News
Aug 10, 2017 2:00pm PDT
around him do. china now understands this will be very different. >> kat: we have seen china have a bit more of a response ever since president trump has started talking like that. >> david: it's very troubling. let's be serious. this is real people's lives, americans lives. the missile crisis president kennedy face, this is serious stuff. i'm trying hard not to try -- trying hard not to turn this into a political tit for tat. robert underwood, head of the university of guam and i talked to him today. he said we are american citizens. we feel like we are being treated like hostages. we are being threatened essentially by both sides. president trump says go ahead, let's see what you've got. these are american citizens who live by our laws who were occupied by the japanese during world war ii. i think it would be really useful to point out that this is not just some island out in the middle of nowhere. these are americans. this is american territory, american citizens. imagine if it was your state. go ahead, hit california. not good. having said that, the one thing i want to add, tamm
FOX News
Aug 1, 2017 2:00pm PDT
launch tweeting "china is aware they must act. japan and south korea must increase pressure. this is not only a u.s. problem." will the countryside with the u.s.? -- will the countries side with the u.s.? >> eric: we talked about this a while back. this speed at which they are becoming more powerful and more distance on the missiles, it's insane. in the last ten years, it's multiplied with the size of the warhead and the distance they claim they will be able to go. it's only a matter of time. are we going to wait? 38 minutes from pyongyang to new york. there is no time to shoot that down in 38 minutes. if there is, we have to be very lucky. my suggestion, i've said it. go deep state on this, go underground and dismantled a nuclear capability. if they find out it's us, too bad. >> eboni: i think that's a great idea. from nikki haley's point of view, and global coalition. nikki haley saying china needs to step up. they are not really stepping up. what should we do? >> corey: the president has said he wanted to work with china to come up with a solution to put pressure on north korea. it's
FOX News
Sep 4, 2017 2:00pm PDT
with china. that would have huge economic implications if we did that. i would say in some ways the fact that he has tried diplomacy, tried to keep us out of any type of war is a good thing, but i think he needs to be careful about some of his tweets and what he thinks our solutions. >> kat: if we stop trade from china, this iphone will be very expensive. i might have to start using pigeons to start communicating. i think china knows we wouldn't do anything like that. >> harlan: the problem is, china hasn't held up their end of the bargain. president trump believe they would come to the table and apply pressure to the north koreans. that has not worked out at least so far. with north korea, we either neutralize them or they are going to neutralize us and our ability to respond to the development of their nuclear weapons program. with all due respect, i don't think they are going to do it. time is of the essence because when the they have the abilityo deliver in a clear weapon and it's a question of miniaturizing a nuclear warhead, they are working on it. they are far ahead of schedu
FOX News
Jul 3, 2017 2:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Aug 11, 2017 2:00pm PDT
like china controlling 90% of the trade with north korea. we don't have a lot of tools at our disposal. president trump sees that we have to convince north korea that we're willing to act if you mess with us. i think that's what we're seeing with sort of this heightened increased rhetoric from the president. also quite frankly the second of defense. >> on the campaign trail there was a lot of talk from this president about china and bad trade deals. china probably has the most, now is the time to put the screws to them. it's put up or shut up. we know you don't share our interests but we can find a convergence if we push. >> i think we have to be strong with china. that part of the world really only understands strength. we've seen it over and over again. if you don't come back as strong they're going to push back even harder. because it is again back to that bully on the playground mentality. here is the thing about china and it makes it so complicated and tricky. we don't know when they're being completely honest with us f. they're being completely honest or not. it's not me
FOX News
May 1, 2017 2:00pm PDT
getting anywhere near here but japan could be at risk. i asked him about china. china has to step up. they provide energy to north korea. they provide food to north korea. if there is a war on north koreans well, there's going to be a massive refugee problem going to china. they are not going to go south. they are going to go to china. he wasn't very specific. >> part of the problem is, he is scaring the hell out of everybody every day. in general. north korea, iran, isis. syria. all of these catastrophic potential conflicts. instead of scaring us, i think he should be talking about why he got voted in, his strengths, his confidence and what we can do. tell us the good stuff. tell us where this military is going and these are threats but here's how we're going to deal with it. we don't need a timeline we just need a sense he can do it. >> kat: absolutely. when he was running, he was more into situations that involve diplomacy. we need to do everything we can to make sure we don't have war with north korea. >> he went into syria, he acted. people like nancy pelosi said props for that. >> er
FOX News
Aug 9, 2017 2:00pm PDT
time to stop being overly diplomatic with china. we have to be very aggressive with china in explaining this is one of those occasions where we have mutual shared interests. we have to think very seriously about the very few options we have from a military perspectiv perspective. >> eboni: do you think this moment is the indicator of what national security under president trump's going to feel like and look like and sound like? >> mike: we are here because of the last handful of administrations. >> eboni: sure. iran, all of these others -- >> mike: president trump is sitting in the chair at a point where north korea and miss past efforts and also coming up, iran is going to come to fruition from their perspective. >> chris: china really seems to have been missing this discussion so far. where do they come down on this? >> mark: it suits china to have north korea where it is. it's suits -- north korea suits every other nation because it sending the crazy countries in the world of which there are dozens, the message that if you go nuclear, america can't touch you. that's a bad
FOX News
May 31, 2017 2:00pm PDT
polluters in the world. china doesn't want to play ball. what they want us to do is pick up the tab for a lot of developing countries. brazil pollutes the heck out of the globe. we are picking up the tab for countries who aren't ready to, much like we do with nato. donald trump says enough is enough. >> eboni: kat, do you think he can renegotiate? maybe he doesn't like the weights been negotiated under president obama but just make better terms? >> kat: that's what i would like to see them do. i think we should have a seat at the table. it could have consequences here. in the form of carbon tariffs, things we don't engage in. the standards under obama are ridiculous. they are job killers. environmental productions don't sound as cute as funny when you add in regulations that will kill the economy. there's a reason reason why obama didn't do it involving congress. there's got to be somewhere in the middle. >> eboni: lets me today's specialists. she was crowned miss america and 2008. she's a conservative commentator and the host of a podcast. she specializes in making millennials great agai
FOX News
Jun 9, 2017 2:00pm PDT
continue to put pressure on china. river the china thing where the president voted quickly at mar-a-lago where he said he's going to stop pushing china on the economic issue. i think we have to push china on their religions in the south china sea is to keep pushing china if we do not get their help, because we don't. >> another serious escalation is over syria. the u.s. as it shot down a drone operated by pro assad forces. depending on says that the forces have attacked pollution troops in that region. chris? heating up there as well. >> i hate to go back to the same point where we are having to dig out of a situation where we lost that ability. foreign leaders do not believe we are going to engage. the trump administration, to their credit, they've done a couple of things now to prove them wrong and to be create some additional feelings that maybe we shouldn't screw around with the u.s. anymore. we've got to do a lot more. there's a lot of ground to make up, can we live in the world right now where leaders are going to look at the u.s. and they see a chance of the democrats, russia, rus
FOX News
May 15, 2017 2:00pm PDT
in china. >> eric: you watch the press briefing, sean spicer goes out and does 15 minutes on all of these. how many things are going well, the successes in china. not one question asks about tha that. >> kat: which is why i think it could help if he appoints a special prosecutor. it would go away. >> adrianal: i'm not in favor of a special prosecutor. we have the house doing an investigation. in the fbi. if we don't have, if we don't respect these groups, then we should fix that problem. i think that's enough. mitch mcconnell and speaker ryan say this is enough. let the three bodies do their job. >> kat: got to go with pauline pauline. >> eric: all of the hysteria from the washington elite, president trump getting some surprising support clinic unexpected source. robert gates, former defense secretary. >> philosophically, i am in agreement his disruptive approach. in government, i'm a strong believer in the need for reform of government agencies and departments. i also think on the foreign policy side, there is a need for disruption. the question is, obviously, in the implementation
FOX News
Jun 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
on north korea. this comes a day after trump shaming china for not stopping north korea. there's no activity at north korea's test site for nuclear weapons. they tested five times. do we wait for them to test another one or do something preempti preemptively? >> i don't know. but this open twitter diplomacy that we're getting from donald trump is the one of the most appealing from president trump. he has a fine way of putting a point on things. clearly the area of strategic patience is definitely over. that's a good thing. >> cat, what do you think? just to give the people a perspective. in 2006 under bush, that first test was less than one kilo ton. under obama, it went all the way up to 10 kilo tons. we don't know what they have planned under the ground there. >> no. but we need to do all we can focusing on beefing of missile defense. you don't want to be the country responsible for the rage. >> and the biggest explanation, i don't know that we don't take a cue from israel who went into iraq and took out their nuclear program. >> i like that can you a lot, eric. i think there's so
FOX News
Jun 26, 2017 2:00pm PDT
china involved as well. it will go a long way. >> lisa: comes on the heels of president trump's very successful trip abroad both in europe as well as meeting with the gulf states, talking about these issues. terrorism. how do we work together, intelligence sharing, ways to combat some things we see. we saw the latest wave of attacks in europe with isis and we saw secretary mattis say we are not winning the war in afghanistan and that changes need to be made. this is a timely and important conversation with india's leader. >> eric: kris, it needs to be noted india has nukes. >> kris: yes, and india is right next to pakistan and in the center of this part of the world where radical islamism has some of its hotbeds. 100 more planes provided by the united states to a close ally is a good thing. it changes the balance against isis and against some of the harboring countries. this is all good for the u.s. fight and the war on terrorism. >> eboni: when we call for the world coalition against north korea, this is what this looks like. >> eric: good to have a new partner on your side. >> ebon
FOX News
Jul 26, 2017 2:00pm PDT
build in china. bringing them back to america. 3,000 jobs, maybe 13,000 going forward, this is what it's about for donald trump. >> this is where president trump looks strong. this is why most people voted for president trump voted for him absent political experience. he's a business guy. when he first got elected, a couple of automobile manufacturers that either kept plants here or came back to their manufacturing home bases here in the united states. this is the type of thing that he should be talking about, holding rallies about, doing energy to energy base and get more political capitol. he spent some political capitol in the healthcare losses, but this is a good thing for the president to be doing at this point. >> very good thing. morgan, we're watching -- i think we're looking at the president. he's about to hit the podium. this plant is likely going to be in wisconsin. paul ryan comes in wisconsin. reince priebus from wisconsin. the vice president pence there as well. jehmu, this is hard to argue with when you look at the economic numbers of president trump. >> i hope he has
FOX News
Aug 8, 2017 2:00pm PDT
have to play a role if they want to. this is the big question. i know that china voted on the sanctions and it was unanimous vote. i think what the chinese and their role in this moving forward is a trust but verify. again, i think people have forgotten. they voted for sanctions back in 2012. they looked the other way when a chinese bank was laundering money into north korea. >> eboni: that's my problem with sanctions a lot of people stepped to the table. never worth the paper it's written on. almost impossible to enforce. >> brian: almost one time we brought them to their knees during the second term of the bush administration when they got them at the bank. this bank for some reason was the blood money they were getting to sustain their regime. the minute they took that they said we need to talk and talk right away. we removed them from the list of terror nations. one of the things we said we are going to have inspectors in there. and then it looked like they thoroughly duped the administration. condoleezza rice ran out of time. look back to chris hill and company and said w
FOX News
May 2, 2017 2:00pm PDT
vladimir putin to close a relationship. and then it goes the other way. he gets close to china and says i'm with you. let's make sure we are working together, and then it gets cold with russia. a lot of people think it was too close to may be aware russian was trying to help trump won, now it's too cold. they get on the phone and say let's work on syria. >> i'm glad he made the phone call. i'm saying lower the expectations. the expectation that one phone call is going because it's got to change his opinion on syria. >> eric: one dinner with president xi of china turned that relationship around. >> we will see if it did when we finally get china to do something about north korea. >> kat: when it comes to syria, it is hard to know what to do. not because of trump and the perception of trump but the area is called katie. getting rid of assad won't solve everything, just like getting rid of saddam hussein didn't solve everything. it's a phone call. it's gone so back and forth. >> on the weekend, putin, who i guess you have a fond place in your heart about. >> eric: being friendly witho
FOX News
Jun 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
time ago saying: "while i greatly appreciate the efforts of president xi & china to help with north korea, it has not worked out. at least i know china tried!" spicer's response. >> kat: not forceful enough. it is murder. it is clearly murder and should be more forceful. but what are you going to do? >> eboni: way to measured. you have to call anything a thing whether it's islamic terror or the murder of this innocent young man. >> eric: let's meet today's specialists. he is the new york state reform party chairman and cohost of a radio show. he specializes in rocking a red beret better than anyone we know. curtis sliwa. director of a u.k. foreign policy think tank. new book out today. he specializes in being an englishman in new york. douglas murray is here. i have a few more things to say. time to wake up, america. the death of otto warmbier broke before he went to air yesterday. it hit me like a ton of bricks. maybe because i have a son about the same age when poor otto wandered into north korea on a travel junket, something my son might do. maybe i have a long memory. i remember
FOX News
May 5, 2017 2:00pm PDT
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. >> welcome back to "the fox news specialists." our special guests today, kellyanne conway, and tyrus, a man who does not want nor need it last name. hillary clinton isn't just going away, instead, reportedly about to announce a new political action committee. its goal, to fund so-called resistance groups working to fund against president trump. democrats, are they for anything or just against president trump? >> can anyone tell me what her message was in the campaign. >> i am a girl. >> it's my turn. >> she is interested in spending more time in wisconsin and michigan, going to turn michigan blue, donald trump won of four, resistant to respecting people enough to not calling them both deplorable and irredeemable. spent over $2 billion in her campaign, it was reported, a woman who knows how to spend money, that's new
FOX News
Jul 6, 2017 2:00pm PDT
china and everyone is keeping their eye on putin. i think he's going to leave there with the america first policy intact and on display for the world. >> eboni: i think leading with values is smart, strong. this is the beginning of what hopefully he's intending to be powerful and important relationships with these geopolitical leaders. i think sticking to that, making it simple and plain. the values message is a good place to start. >> kat: time to meet today's specialists. she is the author of "the new york times" bestseller "american wife," the wife of a late navy seal sniper. she specializes in volunteer work. taya kyle is here. former new york sports broadcaster, former man of the year for the new york city patrolman's benevolent association, host of the steve malzberg show and he specializes in fighting back against fake news. steve malzberg this year. you won't get any of that here, sir. >> steve: i know that. >> kat: no fake news. what do you expect in the next couple days? poland, although other countries, not going to be quite that simple and that positive but it was a great
FOX News
Aug 3, 2017 2:00pm PDT
doesn't care. if you want to sanction north korea, sanction china. i will take it one step further. i don't even think they get the missile to the silo. you see them, you blow it up. russia, i don't know. feels like they put this build together because they wanted to show we are not giving russia preferential treatment. i'm not sure. we are sanctioning russia for what? >> kat: probably interfering in our election. >> eric: let's see the evidence. i would love to see it. haven't seen that. iran is the one that matters. you're going to have an effect by putting the sanctions back on iran that obama took off and go further. they were really struggling under u.s. sanctions. i would put those back on specifically embargoing their oil exports. that would be massive. >> kat: we've got to say goodbye to our specialists trace adkins and guy benson. thanks so much. up next, it is "wait, what." don't go away. i didn't know where i was from ethnically. so we sent that sample off to ancestry. my ancestry dna results are that i am 26% nigerian. i am just trying to learn as much as i can about my cu
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Jul 28, 2017 2:00pm PDT
at north korea, iran, china. last week. missile launches and buzzing our ships. general kelly is a chief of staff and he understands these things and can lead the charge in how we respond to them. can't be you're on notice. you can't be on notice forever. something has to change. action will need to be taken. >> reporting general flynn. >> to have somebody like that could be are very ativdvantagea. >> and this is just happening. some people will say this is a continuation of hysteria in the trump white house and some of it's negative. that's the wrong take. you talk about if good work that reince priebus did around the gop. it's excellent. where that came to where that is truly beneficial for donald trump's white house agenda, i think maybe it ran its course. >> i think they need a legislative win. i don't know how much it will have to do with that. >> i don't think priebus could be helpful with that. >> i know what it's like when eboni breaks up with me. >> what you were saying, kat, this is not about healthcare failing. it's about reince priebus out that helps the president. i'm
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Aug 18, 2017 2:00pm PDT
. north korea and trade with china. almost ridiculing them and sort of putting himself above them. once have you done that, you can't go back. that was a classic scaramucci. and it proves that you don't have to use profane language to be scaramuccied. >> bret: is there a sense, you just heard the conversation we had with dave bossie about the trump, if you want to call it a trump conservative but the trumpest inside the white house and he was the last kind of pure blood? there is kellyanne conway who obviously was the campaign manager from his time on the campaign. but, is there a sense that there is a shift now with general kelly as chief of staff and gary cohn as the dean of pals, the ivanka and jars are winning the battle? >> there is no question. they won the battle. bannon represented the populist ethno nationalist wing. the one that actually helped trump win the election. but it is a very difficult governing proposition. he was the last of the mohicans. and he lost out. he tried to attack all his other enemies, the globalists and i'm sure that on the outside probably returning to
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Jun 1, 2017 2:00pm PDT
. the largest polluter, china, gets to continue to pollute more and more and more. >> kat: i think it's important to show we care about it. we don't want to completely abandon green energy, clean energy. that's where the rest of the world is going. >> michael: we are by ourselves -- i agree with katie. this isn't about leadership. it is about submission of the american government and the american people to a new world order. if you look at markets and price determined information, if aluminum goes up, there's either more to matter less supply. if you look at these predictions, they say were going to be underwater and we should have been underwater in the '90s. if this was true, beachfront property prices will be collapsing. we are not saying that. >> eboni: the views are too nice. >> michael: i trust people who have skin in the game, not the coal industry people. listen, if you agree with the french proposal, put on a beret, go there and pay 85% of your income to the french government. >> eric: elon musk said if we pull out of the paris accord he was going to pull out of some of th
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Jul 7, 2017 2:00pm PDT
good or look tough? there is real issues they need to talk about, syria. of course, china and russia getting closer and closer. we don't have to be russia's best friend together, but we don't want russia and china to become best friends forever because president trump was too worried about being petty. you don't have to like him, you don't have to respect him, you have to make a real effort to get along. that appears to be what happene happened. >> eboni: moving forward hopefully in that relationship. another major development out of today's trump-putin meeting came over syria. secretary tillerson delivering detail to reporters. >> the cease-fire has been introduced. and i think this is our first indication of the u.s. and russia being able to work together in the syria as a result of that, we had a very ln regarding other areas in syria that we can continue to work together on, to de-escalate the areas and the violence once we defeated isis. and to work together toward a political process that will secure the future of the syrian people. >> eboni: okay, so now that we know that pres
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Jun 29, 2017 2:00pm PDT
white house. eric. >> eric: good start. talked about china getting involved. exerting some pressure on the crazy wacko dictator in north korea. we have one bank and to individuals. you have to really, really get deep into it and china has to get more aggressive. here's part of the other problem. they are meeting with the south korean president. he's not being very helpful lately, is he? >> ed: he is not as pro-american as some of them have been. the problem is, there are no good options. this goes back to 1952. every president has looked at this. they have been -- seoul is so close. if you ever start an activity in north korea, we have the weapons to take them out in a heartbeat but they can kill 20 million people in a short. of -- in a short period of time. it's a very heavy, catastrophic war we would have in modern times. >> eboni: eric, you have talked about the pressure on china. particularly if we want to avoid the military option. i was happy to see steven mnuchin speak. we have to start somewhere with the economic sanctions. it felt too thin for me to have any real impact. >>
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Jul 18, 2017 2:00pm PDT
didn't and won't work, it's because we don't have any trade, north korea and china are the only places that will work, if china put sanctions on north korea. >> they have 4 million barrels of production. we can't trade with iran, or your violating distinction, it hurts their economy. their economy will hurt for many, many years. until they decide to lift sanctions. >> i think eboni's point is, will that change their behavior, though? >> in a ran, it. they are struggling with the sanctions. they were hurting. >> people suffer. we sat throughout the middle east. people were going to suffer. it is a first step. >> we lifted this offering, though. >> it's really tough. it's a truck stomach tough position for trump to be in. they keep the deal. we have all these other countries involved. >> you put those sanctions back in place. that is choking their economy. >> but we do have current sanctions. >> we have a nuclear deal in place, also, which is making matters worse. >> is a terrible, unenforceable deal. >> looks like we are not going to solve it now. coming up, what's ahead is nothing shor
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Jul 24, 2017 2:00pm PDT
of business ray's always been different. 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. >> eboni: ten people are dead following an immigrant smuggling operation gone horribly wrong. immigrants were crammed into a scorching 18-wheeler. they were found suffering from extreme dehydration, heat stroke with nearly 20 in dire medical conditions. the drivers name, james bradley, jr., charged with illegally transporting undocumented immigrants resulting in draft. he claims he was unaware of the human cargo. lieutenant governor dan patrick posting "sanctuary cities entice people to believe they can come to america and texas and live outside the law." sanctuary cities also enable human smugglers and cartels. eric, you've been a vocal proponent of what i think is a two-pronged solution. improving legal immigration so things like this don't
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Aug 16, 2017 2:00pm PDT
unacceptable. also it appears that china has started implementing new u.n. sanctions against the rogue state with reports of mass gridlock today along the chinese north korean border targeting north korean seafood exports. a critical source of cash for the regime. yeah, i mean i would say that that was the right decision of kim jong un. you know the other one he would have been totally annihilated so i agree with that what are your thoughts, eboni? >> eboni: good instincts. >> instincts kicked in there. >> eboni: i'm someone that didn't have a problem with president trump's initial statements around it. i think there is a time for diplomacy and when you are dealing with a complete nut job i don't know about that. i think forceful language was appropriate there. regardless, either way, to your point, kat, he knew that would reek disaster if he chose anything but this it was a good day. >> kat: it would amount him actually killing himself if he would attack us or any of his allies or territories. he knew that lienna. >> absolutely. president trump campaigned on the abandonment of politic
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Jul 14, 2017 2:00pm PDT
don't know if they've done that! >> mo: it could be china, it could be -- >> mo, you haven't proven what this special investigation is like. >> mo: multiple intelligence agencies have said yes. >> who knows if that is a political statement or forensic statement. >> mo: i think we need to give u.s. intelligence agencies more credit than the kremlin's mouthpiece. >> kat: president trump, in other news, health care is still a thing, guys. president trump is turning up the heat on senate republicans to get the health care bill over the line. will moderates seal its fate? that next. ♪ what are all these different topped & loaded meals? it's an american favorite on top of an american favorite, alice. it's mozzarella sticks on top of grilled chicken. it's cajun shrimp on top of steak. it's labor day weekend on top of the fourth of july. hotdogs. it's abe lincoln on top of george washington. yonder. it's rodeos on top of rollercoasters. it's favorites on favorites, alice. it's very moving. get your favorites on top of your favorites. only at applebee's. get your favorites on top of your f
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May 18, 2017 2:00pm PDT
about talking about how successful the china trade agreement was? >> eric: he does. he tweets about that. no one picks it up. >> eboni: it is singular. one thing i will give the president, he knows how to control the narrative. absolutely he does. >> eric: go on potus and real donald trump's twitter and you will see. >> ted: i happen to suspect thee quite a few people that you have reported on that you haven't liked. it didn't stop you from being accurate. why do you keep one to the fact that he's disliked. i'm not saying they haven't been wrong about him but i am saying everybody? the entire media? he needs to talk to eric or a few of his friends in order for us -- >> eric: he goes to twitter and facebook and its 100 million people. >> ted: when we come back, i will let you know what we the people think of is tweets. i hang with him every day. i know what they think. >> stephen: i hear quite a different story. >> ted: there is a heartland out there. >> stephen: i talk to them too too. >> eboni: leakers unleashed a new wave of attacks against the trump administration over michael fl
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Aug 2, 2017 2:00pm PDT
in the first block. you look at china, iran, north korea, look at what's going on with our destruction of isis. the way the war will go in other ways. this is going to dominate. some people say north korea will have the ability to hit us in 18 months. this is what's going to dominate the trump presidency and we've got to be behind him on these questions. >> dom: i think so, not discounting this guy and his wishes, i've always thought isis is clearly the biggest threat because they are not interested in the grandiose, the 9/11 type stuff. they just say go kill somebody, and inspire somebody out there. i don't know about this guy's background or his resume as a terrorist. >> eric: he was 12 when his father was killed. he exacted the attack on 9/11 and he has vowed to get revenge on americans. kat, i want to ask you, i think we might agree. every time you put a faction, put down a faction of terrorism, they sprout up somewhere else. >> kat: i am shocked osama bin laden's son turned out to be such a jerk. >> eric: his favorite wife. >> kat: probably one heck of a lady i'm sure.
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Aug 4, 2017 2:00pm PDT
could be coming up. we talk about the next conversation, maybe somebody in china, japan, the north korea deal. that conversation may be coming up. >> under this theory, james comey should be going to jail. >> no question. >> he leaked a confidential discussion he had with the president. >> absolutely. >> to "the new york times." >> no question. >> to a friend. >> he would say that he made it unclassified. that's what he would say for the reason because he anticipated he would want to leak it. >> eboni the attorney. look at that. >> it's so much fun. i agree. comey was really cowardly to leak it. he should have been a grown man and said i don't trust him. this is the memo and take it out and own it. >> he was a sleaze that committed a crime and should be charged with something. president trump spoke to macron today. what if it was important, something to do with syria? an action -- they couldn't discuss it over the phone? this is serious damaging stuff. somebody should be, like i said, on both sides, should be some accountability big time. >> and theresa may has expressed concern ab
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