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FOX News
Aug 10, 2016 1:00am PDT
large audience watching the olympics. >> they are great ties. >> the ties are made where? in china? >> last night, the clinton campaign fell short failing to meet the fund raising goal this past weekend. clearly, the clinton campaign leadership does not want that to become a trend. doug? >> we are hearing the candidates are already in a war of words about the general election debate or debates. what's going on with that. >> reporter: late last night, they said hillary clinton looks forwards to all three presidential debates. they signaled they are not interested in having a debate about debates or bargaining about them. this afternoon, trump said he looks forward to participating but expressed he hasconcerns, potentially concerns about moderators and he also was told two would be against nfl football games. the businessman may be trying to cut a better deal. doug? >>> a long time aid to hillary clinton pressured her ian jor aides to provide a job for an unidentified associate according to a report in the hill. an e-mail exchange through the freedom of information act. it is part of
FOX News
Apr 13, 2016 1:00am PDT
, exclusive pictures showing china expanding. fox 4 in dallas with baseball size hail. homes were damaged. so were many vehicles in the r.v. park. the damage to the facility as well as police vehicles. no one fortunately was yeahurt. the vehicle stops abruptly. perhaps hits a vehicle matching one drichbl by his accused killer. the first vehicle drives away followed by the second. police believe the driver shot smith to death. >>> and this is a live look at milwaukee from our affiliate out there. the big story tonight, wisconsin's attorney general said he will seek a stay striking down the right to work law. they want the law to remain in place.p?p?h >>> iran's supremeeader says they are not living up to the spirit of the nuclear deal with his country. the ayatollah tweets, the u.s. is not acting properly in fulfilling its obligations in #iran deal and intimidates other parties by acts and words not to work with iran. they said they are fulfilling the letter but not the spirit of the deal. >>> new evidence that china is raising the stakes in the south china sea. fox news has learned that
FOX News
Mar 10, 2016 1:00am PST
country. and they're moving to other places. a lot of them are moving to mexico. like the new china on a smaller level but like the new china. so we will bring our jobs back, sean. we are going to bring our jobs -- as sure as you're sitting there, we'll bring the jobs back into this country for the first time. and we're going to stop -- we're going to stop being the country that's just pushed around. you know, recently you saw vincente fox, he was the former -- >> he was on my tv show. we had a big fight. you missed that edition. yeah. >> he said we will not pay for the wall and used the word. he used the f-word. i thought he would be on the front page of the paper. he said we won't build that you know what wall. that's terrible. but actually he said we're not going to finance it, pay for it. i said, wow, he would -- they would never agree to it. now they're saying they won't pay for it. we'll build it. pay for the wall. we are going to stop businesses from leaving our country. and we are -- they're being -- and they are being drained out of our country. our jobs, our money, our base. an
FOX News
Dec 5, 2016 6:00pm PST
is watching china to see how the communists will react after president-elect trump took to twitter over the weekend attacking china for its latest military moves. mr. trump campaigned on the promise to get tough on the chinese and tonight we're hearing suggestions that mr. trump is starting to do just that, beginning with the call he had last week with the leader of taiwan. ed henry joins us live from washington with a story that could get big. >> that's right. critics tried to play this as a clumsy break in diplomatic currency. instead it could be another case of mr. trump's critics underestimating. this was a deliberate move to stand up for democracy in asia while also getting tough on china was rattling the saber against taiwan before the phone call. fox news learning on november 26th, a week before the phone call, china sent two nuclear capable bombers to circle taiwan for the first time. the president-elect as you noted took to twitter, tweeting, did china ask us if it was okay to devalue their currency making it hard for our companies to compete, heavily tax products coming i
FOX News
Dec 24, 2016 1:00am PST
dignity. >> reporter: mr. trump accept aid phone call from taiwan, anger rg china. he has threatened china over its trade and economic policies. while the president-elect called for congress to increase spending on the u.s. military, he also declared on twitter that the country must greatly strengthen and expand its nuclear capability. then president-elect trump interfered with an obama administration vote on a u.n. security council resolution criticizing israel. trump urged the u.s. to vote against it. and israel enlisted the trump transition team to pressure the resolution supporters to drop the egyptian sponsored measure. >> the president-elect is looking beyond that. speaking with egypt's president regarding negotiations on a middle east peace process, president obama finishing his term while the president-elect donald trump looks forward to his is an explicit demonstration to the world at how much u.s. policy has changed because of this election. >> rich edson from the state department, thank you. >>> the fbi and homeland security department are warning law enforcement officials
FOX News
Jul 4, 2014 9:00pm PDT
, to factories in south america, to entrepreneurs in china, the world is embracing the free market. does it seem to you ironic that this sort of entrepreneurial capit capitalism, that this recipe has become so controversial at home here while it is being enthusiastically embraced in so many other parts of the world? i spoke to a professor of economics on global capitalism. how many people have been lifted from poverty in india? >> over 200 people in less than 15 years have pulled out for poverty. >> in china, the numbers are even greater. >> far greater, 400 to 500 million. they started earlier. capitalism, entrepreneurialism, it's the most important. there's no reason for us to be apologetic. it's the other guys who should be apologetic. >> so is the wealth of america based on theft? actually no. the wealth of america isn't stolen. it's created. the ethic of conquest is univers universal. what's unique to america is equalit tity self determination. if ethics did not exist, america isn't the problem, america's the answer. >> the irs, epa, doj, nsa are all collecting information and
FOX News
Apr 30, 2014 6:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Mar 7, 2014 6:00pm PST
and lost contact two hours into its flight as it was making its way to beijing, china, the flight was reportedly carrying 227 passengers, including two infants along with 12 crew members and was set to land some six hours after takeoff. again, contact was lost two hours into the flight. this is apparently the same type of plane that went down in san francisco last summer in a fatal crash in which pilots for asiana airlines misjudged their landing. we're waiting for a news conference that will reportedly take place in minutes. and while we're waiting for them to locate the aircraft, they still have no idea of its whereabouts. they say they are also notifying the next of kin of all of those passengers and of the crew. again, within the last half hours officials of this airline say they do not know where this plane is. that they lost contact with it two hours into the flight and that they do not know what happened to the aircraft. we are waiting for a press conference. we are watching. you can see the video feed come back. now i'm being told the information is in progress. it is not
FOX News
Sep 12, 2014 6:00pm PDT
are seeing hundreds of millions of people coming out of poverty in singapore and thailand, in china, in india, now, a lot of people still remain poor. i know that. but this technological capitalism here in america is not the problem. it's in fact a solution to the problem. so to treat the world trade center as a symbol of evil, it's actually a symbol of good in the world. >> my point, my major point was for all the buzz terms that sound nice when you put them on, i think you see a form of corporatism here. and corporatism is not necessarily capitalist. corporatism could be fascist for example moosolini was -- could be as in soviet union. ideology frame it in and certainly we don't have a free market. >> is there anything good about america? >> is there anything good about america? yeah, i love to drive back and forth across the place. and i love their people. >> have we done anything good in our history? >> i don't know who the we is here. you talking about the government? >> yes, the united states of america. have we done any good? because you have a long list of the terrible thing
FOX News
Mar 11, 2016 1:00am PST
workers they'll ship them out. >> donald trump is talking about bringing job backs if china doesn't play by the rules. let's take a look at donald trump's best line of the evening. >> what will happen if they don't behalf we will put on a harj amount and stuff buildings, those factories and plants and people will buy products through here rather than china, where we're being ripped off and have a trade deficit now. we'll build our factories here and make our own products. that is the way it should be done. >> very high score. why so positive for you? >> in a global economy, donald trump understands the challenges american businesses face and seems to have the power and knowledge on how to deal with those challenges. >> you sound like a trump supporter. >> yes. sir. >> one more in the back. >> he this time gave us specifics. he acted presidential, like he knew what he was talking about. he did a really good job on that. >> how many of you thought trump sounded presidential tonight? almost all of you. this is donald trump's best score. throughout the debate, he's getting a's and occas
FOX News
Aug 1, 2015 1:00am PDT
administration isn't going after china on this basically blaming china, even though they know it was china. i think that the reason they can't do that is because we're doing the same thing to china. are sort of speculating this is weakness on the part of the obama administration. edward snowden in his leaked documents, you know, leaked that we were doing the exact sang them. we were actually getting personal information or chinese people. >> kerstin makes a good point. hold your cyber fire until it's revealed at a future date. >> i'm not going to get on my tirade about hiring privateers. i don't know any other realm of fosh policy where barack obama has been strong. >>> let's finish up with winners and losers. jonah, let's start with you. >> my winner is center for medical progress which has done incredible work getting to an important issue which kerstin has written about, and charles and i have. selling babies essentially for parts. my loser of the week is the obvious one, walter palmer, the guy who killed cecil the lion. even if you think big trophy hunting is fine and baiting animals off
FOX News
Mar 10, 2014 9:00pm PDT
is active in southeast asia. if you want to tie china into this, we had a terrible terrorist attack with stabbings of a number of people in china. there is an al qaeda linked terrorist group called east turkistan islamic movement active in china? >> scott, what do you think happened here? >> i think there was a criminal act. 777 is such a reliable airplane i can't imagine there was a malfunction that was enough to bring this airplane down. you can have a engine malfunction and an engine have a failure but that would really have to be very catastrophic to bring the airplane down the fact you didn't have any transponder emissions, transmissions, anything from the system called acars, transits the health of the airplane back to the airline, youÑi didn't ha any of that since as with air france in 2009. it's just smells to me like a criminal act. >> gentlemen, thank you both. >> thank you >> we heard reports last week the white house has gone head with a plan to give unions a big break on oeb rauma care. up next what we've uncovered in our investigation, and then... we've got the world
FOX News
Nov 3, 2016 1:00am PDT
countries. you are talking about china, russia, iran and north korea. i have grave concerns in terms of the readiness of our forces to deal with that in a timely manner. >> weapons uncovered. >> what do you make of iran's challenges to our ships in the persian gulf, the russian buzzing of our vessels, the buildup in the south china sea? it seems like these are provocative actions. sg >> the iranian buzzing and the small boats, the russian low y flyover and things, unprofessional. two. unsafe. we hope we can deconflict. it's not going to keep us from doing everything we need to do to fulfill our mission. >> former democrat governor of mississippi has been secretary of the navy since 2009. >> the rise of russia, the rise of china and particularly in the south china sea, isis, things that you don't, can't know what's going to happen. >> he notes the navy has been ramping up ship building. another sign of increased military response, since 2014, the obama administration has been returning troops to iraq. officially in advisory and support roles. how many more troops can americans a
FOX News
Dec 16, 2016 11:00pm PST
taken place. when i saw president putin in china, i felt that the most-effective way to ensure that that didn't happen, was to talk to him, directly. and tell him to cut it out. and we did not see further tampering of the election process but the leaks through wikileaks already occurred. >> we turn to our chief intelligence correspondent in washington. hi, catherine. >> thank you. fox news confirming the cia director explaining he met with the fbi director and they're all on the same page. the memo reads in part there is strong consensus on the scope, nature and intent of russian interference and fox news was told that the memo does not mention political parties or the russian president vladimir putin by name. washington post saying there is agreement the language is not in the memo. president obama said he didn't want to get ahead of the intelligence community reporting. >> what i can tell you is that the intelligence i have seen gives me great confidence in their assessment that the russians carried out this hack. the hack of the dnc and the hack of john bethesda. >> also, one age
FOX News
Aug 17, 2016 1:07am PDT
we fully opened our markets and you understand what that means. we opened these markets to china and many african american neighborhoods have -- look, they have suffered. we opened our markets. they have taken our jobs. they give us our products that we don't make anymore and african, american neighborhoods along with many other neighborhoods have suffered greatly. to every voter in milwaukee, to every voter living in the inner city, or every forgotten stretch of our society, i'm running to offer you a much better future. a much better job. [ cheers ] and a much higher wage. >> thank you. thank you. the democratic party has taken the votes for granted. they just assume they will get their support and done nothing on support of it. they have taken advantage for the african american citizen. it's time and to reject the failed leadership of a rigged political system and that's what it is. it's a rigged system. i'm not a fan of the corrupt system. the corrupt system is trying to stop me. i've been paying my own way, tens of millions of dollars. they defied the donors, consultants and the
FOX News
Mar 7, 2014 9:00pm PST
is made in china. but the other thing about this that is amazing to me, you look at the walmart ads. we're not going to show that, right? i'm trying to turn it off. >> i'll turn it off. >> don't look at my -- >> i won't. >> so here's the thing. walmart runs an ad showing american workers at work with hard hats. this is the company responsible for shutting down more manufacturing in this country and sending it to china than any other company in the history of the company. >> they employ more americans than any other company. >> not in those jobs. >> what's wrong with those jobs? >> they're in china. >> there's almost 2 million workers in america, 1.6 million american workers. >> they sell stuff that's made in china. >> you know why? because the minimum wage laws. >> the unions. >> no, the minimum wage laws. the jobs you're so concerned about right now, they go to places like china. >> greg, isn't it multiculturalism versus pate reism. we talked about the coca-cola ad which was also controversial. >> a consequence of identity politics which is, sorry, bob, driven by the media and roya
FOX News
Oct 7, 2015 1:00am PDT
china. they don't talk about currency manipulation the way they should. they didn't even mention it. and then a group came do see me and we actually did an ad saying you have to talk about currency manipulation. the number one way that we're getting hurt is currency manipulation. china does it brilliantly. japan does it bril lantly. we don't do it at all because we have people that don't have a clue, they don't know what they're doing. there's so many different back door does that trade agreement. it's done by the lobbyists, the special interests for certain companies that want it. it's not good for our country. we're losing our jobs, we're losing our money. we're losing our base, we're losing everything. the trade deals are negotiated by people that don't know what they're doing. >> so it doesn't bother you that you're on the same side as bernie sanders on this issue? >> it's not the same side. if it is, it's fine. we're on the same side for different reasons. i like -- he doesn't want the trade. i like the trade, but it's got to be equal or better for us. not even, you know -- if
FOX News
Dec 15, 2016 1:00am PST
. in the meantime, china is eating our lunch because they don't partake in all of the rules and regulations that we do. >> reporter: critics have expressed concern that the trump administration will be more protective of the interests of big energy than the environment, noting that his choices to run state, energy and the environmental protection agency all have ties to oil producing states. scott pruitt has even questioned climate change itself. >> i think the president's view is that policy making should be guided by science and that the policy makers should be listening to scientists, both inside the government and outside the government. >> reporter: adding to the white house's concerns, reports pie the president-elect's team for the names of the energy department staff and contractors who worked on the obama administration's efforts to reduce carbon emissions, a survey since disavowed by the trump transition team. >> there should be real apprehension across the country that clean energy revolution, our efficiency revolution, our fight for clean airan water are going to be u
FOX News
Dec 26, 2015 11:00pm PST
it's even under the epa studies and doing nothing for any future climate. >> what about china? we've heard one of the presidential candidates, donald trump hear about how they are devaluing currency and that the next president needs to put a stop to that by perhaps imposing a tariff on their goods. >> tariffs are disaster. the way -- the principal way that human beings have gotten out of extreme poverty is free trade. because then we have the division of trade. china can concentrate on what they do best. we concentrate on what we do best. and we exchange. if you think, well i have to make all my clothes. i have to make -- produce all my food. you would be living a starvation level and living in a cave probably. >> but he says we're getting the short end of the deal. he talks about mexico, too. about how u.s. manufacturers are building plants in mexico. he says you want it build the cars in the united states, you have to pay extra. that will stop you from building the plant down there. >> that will help some manufacturers, maybe save them, who are less efficient than they are in mexic
FOX News
Jun 28, 2016 1:00am PDT
treasury department to label china as a currency manipulator and take cases to the w.t.o. which demonstrate china's behavior violates its terms of membership. >> john roberts, thank you. >>> the two new polls out today, one showing trump down 12 points, the other just 5, have some wondering whether polls can be trusted at all. brit hume is here to parse the numbers and figure it out. >> trump supporters suspicious about the latest polls showing him down as much as 12 points should remember a couple of things about polling. trump supporters complained the abc poll was the result of too many democrats being polled. that may or may not be true. there has long been a chicken and egg question in political polling. party affiliations in this country tend to be loose, and voters off associate them severals with the party whose candidate they favor. so it's impossible to know for sure whether the people who favored hillary in that poll did so because they're democrats or said they were democrats because they support hillary. that wall street poll had a five-point margin for clinton and a virtual ti
FOX News
Feb 3, 2016 1:00am PST
. followed by china, north korea, iran and isis. today the forces in afghanistan talked about what it will take to turn things around in that part of the world. national security correspondent jennifer griffin at the pentagon. >> in his final appearance before the house armed services committee, general campbell, the outgoing commander in afghanistan testified the u.s. military needs to stay in afghan for years to come. >> we have to stay for the long haul. >> after serving 18 months, overseeing the transition in afghanistan. it is on the rise sense they with drew from a high of 100,000 in 2011 to the current 11 of 9,800 troops. lastbama halted a u.s. withdrawal and reversed a decision that would have left just 1,000 u.s. troops in afghanistan when he leaves office. in the past three weeks the u.s. military has carried out a dozen air strikes and commando raids against militants alined with isis as the group tries establish a foot hold in afghanistan. the current commander wants the u.s. to commit to training afghan troops until 2020 but does not think afghanistan will end up like iraq. >>
FOX News
Mar 10, 2014 6:00pm PDT
southeast asia, and of course, if you want to tie china in to this, you have the stabbings, the number of people in china. there is an al-qaeda-linked terrorist group called the east turkistan-islamist movement that is active in china. >> scott, what do you think happened here? >> i think it was a criminal act. the 777 is such a reliable airplane i can't imagine that there was some sort of structural malfunction that was enough to bring this airplane down. you could have an engine malfunction. you could even have an engine do what is called an uncontained failure. but that would really have to be very catastrophic to bring the airplane down. the fact that you didn't have any transponder emissions, transmissions, anything from a system that is called acars which transfers to airplane back to the airline, you didn't have any of that such as you did with air france 447 back in 2009. this just -- smells to me like a criminal act. >> gentlemen, thank you both. >> thank you. >>> well, we heard reports last week that the white house has gone ahead with the plan to give unions a big bre
FOX News
Nov 10, 2014 6:00pm PST
in china meeting with china's president at an elaborate welcome banquet in perhaps you heard o'reilly and brit talking about the garb. but even before the president arrived an influential chinese paper was calling him a lame duck pointing to what it called america's reduced clout in the world. former secretary of state condoleezza rice spoke about the price that comes with an america that's less engaged. >> what we're seeing is when the united states steps back and speaks softly, nobody listens. americans also don't like the world they get when the united states is not deeply engaged and deeply involved, a world of beheadings, a world of lone wolves walking into the canadian parliament, a world of vladimir putin annexing his neighbors. so i think the american people are ready, i think the world is ready for a stronger american leadership. >> earlier tonight i spoke with former secretary of defense robert gates about that comment as well as starbucks ceo howard schultz. now, they're partnering on something. mr. schultz is the author of "for love of country, what our veterans c
FOX News
Jun 9, 2016 9:00pm PDT
are not happy with the program. and the truth is, china may not be intimidated into a better trade deal with the usa. mexico is not going to pay for a billion dollar wall which they believe is insulting. bringing jobs back is achievable, it will require a big carrot as well as a thick stick. nothing is ever easy in the economic precinct. but that is where donald trump will either live or die as a presidential candidate. social issues matter little this year. terrorism support, but the situation so complicated volters can not predict outcomes in the terror front. however, the folks know, they know, what is in their bank accounts. they know president obama has not helped them out much. now, top story tonight, eric bowling and geraldo riviera. >> i think you're on the right track. here is the advise i'd give the first lady. rather than trying to run as a person follow the policies of barack obama, the president delivered a mediocre form in terms of the economy. but point to george bush who presided over the collapse. >> no one cares about that. >> you're right. go back to 1990s and ad
FOX News
Aug 22, 2015 1:00am PDT
is china. as you know, they have made a move to devalue their currency. that's bad for a lot of reasons. i mean number one you look at a company like apple which sold $16 billion worth of goods in china last quarter. they devalue that currency, that's an immediate hit to apple's profits and their prices. all of a sudden they're instantly with that making less. it also gifts you insight into what's going on in china. it signals the economy is really slowing there. that the government feels like they need to make a move like that and defend their economy. there's e.g. everything you see going on in europe, in greece. that's a drag as well. and there's oil. i mean, oil dipping below $40 a barrel, it should be good for consumers. we haven't really seen consumers go out and spend that money that they're saving. at the same time, oil dipping is bad for the market and companies likes exxon which obviously makes their money in oil. and it tells you that the economy is slowing around the world if there isn't demand for oil. so there's a lot of things going on. the fed minutes earlier thi
FOX News
Aug 11, 2015 6:00pm PDT
you are not going to do very well. jeb bush will not be able to negotiate against china. jeb bush will not be able to negotiate against mexico. jeb bush with mexico said people come in and it's an act of love. it's not an act of love. we need a wall. you see what is happening with illegal immigration. in all fairness, if it weren't for me they wouldn't be talking about illegal immigration. i took a lot of heat that first week and people realized i was right and apologized to me. we will be announcing the numbers and specifics knowing that what i just said is right. you really to have be flexible on jobs and everything else. i will be speaking about it later. we are taking jobs outside and away from china, away from all of these countries that are stealing from us. they are stealing our base, our money, our manufacturing. we are bringing them back into the united states. i am going to be talking about this. ford, as an example, is building a $2.5 billion automobile plant in mexico. how does that help us? except they are closing plants in michigan and other places. we are going to b
FOX News
Sep 7, 2015 9:00pm PDT
earlier tonight, the same kind of thing and he said china did it. what's the big deal. it's going to be a gigantic high wall and he's going to make mexico pay for it. >> a big beautiful wall. >> the most beautiful wall we've ever seen. >> a lot of the fencing that exists there is vehicle fencing that is not meant to stop people. >> humans. >> a lot of it isn't double fencing. but it does make a lot of sense to spend billions of dollars to build a great wall of china literally in the middle of nowhere. and if you want the bang for the buck, we need the political will to enforce the law so we have now -- you know, in the central american border surge, a lot of these people coming over voluntarily surrendered to a border patrol agent. it wasn't the matter whether they were getting stopped, they were seeking out border patrol agents because they knew they had to be waived into the country to show up for a hearing at some future date. and all of the time i.c.e. is coming across illegal immigrants in jail and doesn't do anything about it. that's really where the interior enforcement is whe
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Sep 28, 2015 6:00pm PDT
rate is 35%. china is 25%. under a president trump, it would be 15%. you want to bring jobs back from china? that's the best way to do it. it's the most important part of the plan, and it fulfills his commitment in terms of china. the other thing i like about it is it does go after those on wall street who are not paying their fair share. no one can say this is pro wall street. it's pro main street. i am glad to see trump roll this out and this is the issue that he will use to drive to the nomination. >> here's what he talked about earlier. there have been questions whether the wealthiest would get a break. here is what he said how it would affect him just a little while ago. >> will you pay more money, will it be millions and millions, hundreds of millions, how much more will you pay? >> i will probably end up paying more money, but at the same time the economy will do better so i'll make it up that way. i believe in the end, i might do better because i believe the economy is going to go boom, beautiful. >> guys, what do you make of that? you're staking a lot of success on this plan
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Dec 8, 2016 9:00pm PST
and the state's governor who the next administration hopes to send to china as the next u.s. ambassador there. >> peter doocy, thanks for that. >>> we are apparently nearing an end to the presidential vote recounts in a handful of states. wisconsin reports if t is more than 70% complete. hillary clinton gained 83 votes. a partial recount continues in nevada. pennsylvania's effort is the source of a hearing tomorrow. they ended that activity last night saying green party candidate jill stein is not eligible to ask for a recount. >>> environmentalists would like a recount if they could get one on donald trump's decision to name a noted climate change skeptic to run the environmental protection agency. tonight, why so many are so afraid of scott pruitt. >> reporter: if today was any indication, the biggest fight facing a trump cabinet pick could be over the choice for epa administrator, scott pruitt. who is ly allied with oil and gas. allies who maintain the science of global warming is settled despite conflicting evidence tore into pruitt. >> this is an environmental emergency
FOX News
Dec 27, 2016 6:00pm PST
the premier of china. they're going on fox news and lambasting barack obama. they may have a point. that's quite an allegation to make and owe it to the american people, as well as to their own people, to produce at least some evidence to their point. >> they're doubling down on it. they've called this resolution deeply shameful. there is great concern about our relationship going forward with israel. what did you make of what you just heard. he says he has ironclad information. won't reveal his sources: i did push him on if you've got it, why not turn over it now. why wait for trump administration. >> they wouldn't be on this network saying this, the spokesperson for prime minster of israel if they didn't have evidence. trying to do it through diplomatic challenges. the reason they're not on russia condemning russia, they support issues all the time. this is unprecedented. it's like a schoolyard filled with bullies. united states is israel's stronger big brother. we don't let gem get pushed around in the schoolyard. if this is accurate, not only did the united states not defend, t
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Apr 21, 2015 6:00pm PDT
the previous administration. she engineered a pivot to asia. her first trip was to china. she was i think put some new issues on the table for american diplomacy. >> restored america's place in the world. great. we'll speak with brit hume about that in a minute. today in new hampshire she faced a media getting frustrated with her refusal to answer any questions. chief white house correspondent ed henry was there he just filed this report. >> megyn what we've seen for two days here on the ground in new hampshire is hillary clinton stealing a page from the playbook of bill clinton which is basically say i'm focussed on the voters, all of this is a distraction. today going so far as to not even engage reporters at all as specific questions were shouted about allegations in this book clinton cash. she does not to want get into whether or not she traded favors. you saw that scene play out here at the community college where i am. interesting as well because the former president was out today in washington. giving a lecture at georgetown, university, he does not want to get, at least in t
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May 26, 2015 6:00pm PDT
using them because we don't have time. china swallows our economy, a few million at a time while gearing up for an inevitable showdown. we are ilprepared to face. yes, the president is absolutely right, the united states is not engaged in a major ground war, but there is a battle raging and the question tonight is are we losing? joining me now, our senior political analyst brit hume. good to see you tonight. that's the question. i mean is he off point? >> well we're certainly not winning, if you're engaged in a long war, as winston churchill's experience illustrates, can you go a long time before you start to win. the question is does this president have the kind of commitment that the leaders in world war ii had, which is based upon the premise, this is a war that had to be won. this was an enemy that had to be defeated because the survival of the civilization as we know it was at stake. i don't think this president has that view of the world as he sees it today. certainly not in the middle east. i think he thinks that what isis is up to in the middle east is basically a regional threat
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Aug 17, 2014 6:00pm PDT
china. they would use it far more expansively, far more brutally and more to gain themselves. america is benign in the way it exercises its power. the idea of wealth creation is being embraced in india and china all over the world. it is lifting hundreds of people out of poverty. the formula we are moving away from at home under obama is being embraced all around the world. >> benign in iraq for example. you say we use our power benevolently in iraq. those are benign uses. >> we went to afghanistan because the taliban supplied monkey bars to the guys of 9-11 to attack us directly. >> why didn't we get the guys who attacked us directly? >> because the moment -- >> incidentally the entire history of the last six years of american foreign policy is we go in under the guys of being benign and we go in under the lies of one president after another then we goot booted out? what do we do? we gain the brown guy it is al-maliki. i hope he is ready in vietnam. >> you think we are blaming al-maliki for the mess in eye can ra. is that what you think? >> i think we always blame our clients. >> that i
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Aug 8, 2015 1:00am PDT
see china, which seems to be trying to come in for the soft landing and may not be sticking it too well just to go to some of your analogies from last night. europe again also looking like it's falling apart. then we've seen earnings out of corporations this quarter that have been just kind of meh. so out there investors aren't feeling terrell confident and are wondering if the end is near. >> so 5.3% unemployment. a good number overall. but we often talk about the underemployment, the people stopped working. the market clearly is not celebrating. why don't they feel better, americans? >> reporter: no. and americans don't feel good, either. and that's because when you look inside your paycheck it's not growing. that's really the biggest problem that you see within the jobs report. i mean, wages are only up 2% in the last year. and if you've gone to the grocery store that's not good enough. and if you want to know why companies aren't paying more it's because right now they don't have to. let me give you some stats. there were 8 million americans out there that are looking for work.
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Nov 28, 2014 9:00pm PST
students than most developed countries, it continues to rank below places like china, russia, and vietnam when it comes to results. he is the longest serving chancellor of new york city schools and the founder of amplify and the author of "lessons of hope, how to fix our schools." >> joel, great of you to be here. thank you so much. >> thank you, megyn. >> graduate rates rose 20 points. everybody praises you on all sides of the aisle. you've had this job of chancellor longer than anybody else ever had it. >> we're not getting the job for kids in high poverty communities. we have rules and regulations that get in the way of getting great teachers into these schools creating choices for families, opening up charter schools. you think about it. everyone is looking. they want a great school for their kid. middle class families go out there, they look, they move to the right neighborhood. poor kids, we tell them it is one and done. we give them a lot of new teachers each year. it is unstable and not working. one, we have to make teaching a real profession and give families choices. the
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Dec 12, 2016 6:00pm PST
candidates and that's significance in a tight race. >> in 2008 and 2009 that was china. but we absolutely should know what's going on with regards to cyber warfare because it is a problem and we don't want those types of things to be influencing the election. some of these hacks, they don't know where they came from. there is discrepancies among the intelligence agencies about who did what and when. there is no evidence or maybe there is evidence. we don't know. >> what they said about those 17 agencies joining together. >> absolutely. the letter that was sent to clapper today is saying you need to tell us what's going on here because there are discrepancies among the intelligence communities about what actually happened. at the end of the day. >> information is good things. >> absolutely. but at the end of the day the election process itself was not interfered with with and the white house came out today and said that. >> we got to leave it there. thank you. >>> when then scanned date trump worried about the election being rigged, the media lost itself mind. up ex-how the medi
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Mar 25, 2014 9:00pm PDT
china, india, afghanistan, pakistan, that there's no way this plane went northbound and we wasted a week of valuable critical pressure time on the northern route trying to find this plane instead of looking to where it went, that's the indian ocean. >> i have to run, we have breaking news, which you may find interesting. before i let you go, i know we have this breaking news, i have one final question. for those who believe the jet may be in pakistan, based on your last answer you say it's not so. >> i don't believe so, the intelligence i've been briefed on had every indication it went southbound into the indian ocean, which is i think where the aircraft is today. probably sank to the bottom. i -- this is an ongoing investigation, none connect all the dots at this time. >> thank you. i thought you may be interested in hearing the breaking news. this is literally just coming in at this moment. we are getting reports that the white house has just announced a new extension for health care sign zwr signups. how about that. it is march 25th. our white house team has reached out to the wh
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Mar 23, 2014 10:00pm PDT
forced part of a highway to shut down. >>> meantime, china's state news agency saying a chinese plane crew has spotted an object in the southern indian ocean. it's in an area where satellite images picked up possible debris from missing malaysia airlines flight 370. the object is described as white and square-shaped. recently satellite images from both china and austtified what linked to the missing jetliner. i'm robert gray. now more on flight 370 in a kelly file special. >>> welcome back to our "kelly file" special, the mystery of flight 370. for now the focus of search involves a patch of water miles from anywhere. it's stormy, fierce and hard to reach. that's just the beginning of this challenge. chase gallagher has that part of our report. chase? >> megyn, the reason they're focusing so heavily on the southern indian ocean is because there's no confirmed radar from any country that indicates that flight 370 continued flying on a northward path. there is radar data that indicates the plane wasn't released for a while flying west and then south. but finding debris may be the easier
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Jul 31, 2015 1:00am PDT
to point the finger at china for a massive data breach of government employee information is going to make a bad situation worse. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge tells us why tonight. >> reporter: a growing number of lawmakers say the obama administration's decision not to publicly call out china for the opm hack will encourage more and severe cyber attacks in the future. >> according to the defense department's own cyber doctrine a report that was issued this spring key element of deterrence. if you don't admit it's a big deal and who did it you'll embolden lots more attackers. >> reporter: writing today he said "this refusal is a strategic mistake. and the fact that we're making it may indicate things are even worse than we've been led to believe" in what may be a significant split with the white house, the nation's top spy now says no response may embolden the hackers. >> i think the next wave if you will, will be data deletions and data manipulation which will also be very very damaging. >> reporter: this week investigators linked a breach at united airlines
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Mar 17, 2014 9:00pm PDT
way to china for assignment. he would know what is down stairs and where things are down stairs. but that is another piece... >> is this referring to this flight engineer that worked for exec jet? he works for smaller airplanes it's a well, great reputation around the area. i don't know how he would understand a triple seven. >> you're saying he can fix a go cart but not a boeing 777. >> we're going to have more according with john gillian. this mystery putting one of our best allies in the middle east on high alert tonight. we're live in jerusalem next with why there are threats about this missing plane. >> and get a look at a belly of the aircraft, not this one but one like it. we're expecting a big piece of news from our lead guest in moments. stay tuned. iling everyone my vacation photos, i'm saving a ton of time by posting them to my wall. oh, i like that one. it's so quick! it's just like my car insurance. i saved 15% in just 15 minutes. i saved more than that in half the time. i unfriend you. that's not how it works. that's not how any of this works. [ male announcer ] 15
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Jul 2, 2014 9:00pm PDT
superpower and you gave it to russia, or you gave it to china, they would use it far more expansively, more brutally and more to gain themselves. america is benign in the way it exercises it's power. the american idea of wealth creation is being embraced in india, in china, all over the world. so ironically this american formula that we are moving away from at home under obama is being enthusiastically embraced all over the world. >> benign in iraq. you say we use our power benevolently. >> we went into afghanistan because the taliban supplied monkey bars from the guys on 9/11 who attacked us directly. >> why don't we go and get those who attacked us directly. which incidentally, the sbrooir history of the last 50 years of american foreign policy is that we go in under the guise of being ben nef sent and benign and we get booted out we blame the brown guys. >> do you think we're blaming al maliki for the problem in iraq because he's brown? >> i think we always blame our clients, that's what i'm saying. >> do you think we're blaming al maliki for the mess in iraq because he's brown? >> our c
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Nov 18, 2016 1:00am PST
quickly. you've got the jihad problem, isis, al qaeda. the china growing power of china, their expansion all over the globe. the russia problems. then you have the counter proliferation problems, which are the crazy cats, which are iran, north korea and others. and then surrounding all of that are the cyber problems. which at any given time, cyber can blow up in our face for all of those issues. and then those are the top five to me. >> of those, is there one that -- >> i don't think you can say one is more important than the other. i think all five on any given day can all be a big problem. >> mike flynn is reported to be considered for national security adviser. i know you worked with him as he was the head of dia. your thoughts about that possible appointment? hasn't happened yet, but we're getting indications it may. >> he is one of the best leaders in the military and military intelligence i have worked with. i met him when he was in iraq, head of intelligence there, which was one of the -- probably in our history of military and warfare was the largest killing machine eve
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Sep 7, 2016 1:00am PDT
after their icy staredown in china, new ind kags from u.s. intelligence officials that putin's cyber spies are actively trying to disrupt the november election and attack other american interests around the world. kevin corke is traveling with the president. there are reports tonight from laos. >> with election day a mere two months away, u.s. intelligence and law enforcement agencies are investigating a possible russian plot to convince americans to distrust the voting outcome in november, even before the first ballots have been cast. just last week, officials reported that election systems in illinois and arizona have been hacked and that russia was most likely responsible. russian hackers have also been blamed for intrusions into house democrat campaign organization and the democratic national committee. the latter of which who was exposed by wikileaks and led to the resignation of chair debbie wasserman-schultz. >> the fact that our intelligence professionals are now studying this and taking it seriously raises grave questions about potential russian interference with our elector
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Aug 2, 2016 1:00am PDT
and china as you reported on friday is doing joint naval exercises in the south china seas. what does hillary clinton have to say about that? >> what he said there is untrue. he wasn't stable mates with on 60 minutes. we will be back. that's it for the panel. stay tuned for a boy's final wish g ... >>> 8-year-old son of the marine named hahn area marine camp pendleton saturday. dream came true he had been battling rare genetic disease. the marine corps saying i feel wyatt has faced more hardship any marine has gone through and for that he should be given the title. wyatt lost his battle sunday i do did iing at the hands of that disease. did he so as an honorary marine. semper fi. that's it for "special report," fair, balanced and unafraid. greta goes "on the record" right now. >> good morning. it is tuesday, august 2nd. donald unleashed. >> doubling down on his attack against hillary clinton. the controversy of the week. >> radical jihadists unleashing tear. >> they get rid of the pencil em mow ji with a squirt gun. they will replace it on every iphone in america. "fox & friends
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