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Jul 4, 2017 1:00pm PDT
quote with this much longer. perhaps china will put a heavy move on north korea and end this nonsense once and for all,
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Dec 5, 2016 1:00pm PST
john huntsman, the former governor and ambassador to china. >> who knows what finalist it will be? it's a big decision and no one should rush through it. >> reporter: former cia director david petraeus also in the mix to lead the state department. the retired four-star general pleaded his case on weekend talk shows, saying he made a serious mistake mishandling classified information but should not be disqualified. >> i apologize for it, i paid a very heavy price for it, and i've learned from it. again, they'll have to factor that in, and obviously, also 38 and a half years of otherwise fairly, in some cases, unique service to our country in uniform and at the cia. >> reporter: trump's cabinet is increasingly taking shape, filling nearly half of the positions. trump advisers tell cnn more announcements are expected this week. by nominating carson as hud secretary, trump is bringing aboard one more former rival, a neurosurgeon carson has limited experience experience in housing and development. during the gop primary, it was critical in efforts to fight housing segregation. >> this
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Aug 25, 2015 1:00pm PDT
propelled by a move by china central bank to cut an interest rate and put billions into their financial piece. but everybody knows china has made these moves before, hasn't shored up the system. there goes the confidence. that also rebound was just brief enough for investors to make enough profit and then to get out. we just heard the closing bell. falling 205 points. this adding on top of the 588 points from yesterday. if anyone wondered if the correction was gone, i think it's here to stay at least obviously for a second day. >> yeah, the correction is officially official right now. down 200 points today. 588 500 points on friday. a wild 600 point swing. talk to me about the volatility. >> there is so much uncertainty. the fed is expected to raise interest rates for the first time in six years. supposed to do this in september. now there is a lot of uncertainty whether or not that will happen. many believe one thing that could calm the markets is if the fed says we'll hold off on raising rates for a bit, maybe do it in december. some say that could calm the market. and then
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Apr 14, 2017 1:00pm PDT
he really does have missiles and he really does this nukes. >> the president has been pushing china, north korea's biggest trading partner, to help curb the nation's nuclear ambitions and is trying to use a promised trade deal with the world's second largest economy as an inducement. >> president xi wants to do the right thing. we had a very good bonding. i think we had a very good chemistry together. i think he wants to help us with north korea, and i said the way you're going to make a good trade deal is to help us with north korea. otherwise we're just going to go it alone. >> secretary of state rex tillerson looked to put pyongyang on notice during a trip to asia last month. >> the policy of strategic patience has ended. >> but there are no easy solutions to the issue. negotiations with north korea in recent years broke down in part because kim jong-un sees his country's nuclear program as necessary for the security of his regime. this weekend the north is expected to celebrate the birthday of the country's founder with the military parade, and it could soon conduct its sixth nu
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Aug 17, 2015 1:00pm PDT
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Feb 10, 2017 1:00pm PST
trade and security today with north korea and china being a big part of the conversation. following their news conference, the two leaders issued a statement saying both the u.s. and japan are committed to protecting japanese control of some contested islands in the east china sea and remain opposed to china's militarization of manmade islands in the south china sea. as for north korea there was also a determination expressed by the many and the prime minister to confront the threat posed by north korea's nuclear program. here's what was said during the press conference earlier today. >> we will work together to promote our shared interests of which we have many, in the region, including freedom from navigation and of navigation, and defending against the north korean missile and nuclear threat. on the economy we will seek a trading relationship that is free, fair and reciprocal, benefiting both of our countries. >> now, both leaders are on their way to florida right now for a weekend at the president's ritzy resort at mar-a-lago. the white house made a point of saying that the prim
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Nov 10, 2014 1:00pm PST
bright and shiny face china wants the world to see. but it takes a lot of work to get here. >> it is wonderful to be back in china. and i'm grateful for the chinese people's extraordinary hospitality. >> reporter: before president obama's arrival, chinese officials announced a six-day public holiday for central and city government employees which lasts until the summit is over. they will, of course, have to make up those days, working weekends after obama is long gone. thus, gone went the crowds, farewell to the smog and the traffic. they disappeared, though, of people disappear in china.ys here the crowds were replaced by heightened security and odd/even license plate traffic ban and even electric buses. reminiscent of the glamorous makeover the city underwent before its dazzling debut of the 2008 summer olympics. 17,000 people worked then to build the innovative bird's nest stadium. inside the summit today, china is setting out to upend its grab communist image with an unprecedented show of national pride and international sophistication. but even that did not stop the president fr
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Apr 28, 2017 6:00pm PDT
himself took to twitter to respond saying, quote, north korea disrespected the wishes of china and its highly respected president when it launched, though unsuccessfully, a missile today. bad! u.s. officials say the test was likely a immediate ym range ballistic missile aimed at the sea of japan. it exploded over land. we're covering this on several fronts. we have department of homeland security secretary john kelly to give us reaction from the trump administration. we will talk to congressman adam kinsinger. also former clinton administration official jamie metzvill. we will go inside north korea to will ripley. will, the u.s. might deem the test a failure. north korea might not see it that way. >> reporter: that's right. for one thing, the u.s. and south korean officials are saying that this missile reached an altitude of 44 miles before exploding over north korean test. u.s. officials thought it flew for 15 minutes. it goes to show the confusion that results after these launches because this is a secretive regime that doesn't announce these things ahead of time. we no that as of ri
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Jan 24, 2017 1:00pm PST
cheering donald trump for ditching a trade deal that but did he just open the door for china to flex its muscles in the pacific? >> announcer: this is cnn br k breaking news. >> welcome to "the lead." president trump is claiming and the white house is reaffirming the fixing that millions of illegal votes were cast in the 2016 election. it is i am pier cloo cli a stunning >> elissa: for which the white house is providing no evidence and there is a reason they are providing no evidence. there is no evidence. it is not true. moments ago white house press secretary sean spicer acknowledged that the president believes 3 to 5 million votes were illegally cast in november. it was interesting what mr. spicer did not say. he he did not say that he shared the belief, even after he was asked. now, why would that be? perhaps because there is zero evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2016 election. now, has there ever been voter fraud, any instances? yes. massive voter fraud, 3 to 5 million votes cast illegally in 2016? no. it's simply not true. in fact, if there were even a fraction of the
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Sep 29, 2014 1:00pm PDT
kong demanding what china promised to them, the freedom to choose their own leaders, something that china's leader decided, we don't want to give you that anymore. andrew stevens is in the thick of it in hong kong for us. andrew? >> reporter: jake, thanks very much. it's 4:00 in the morning here. and there are still tens of thousands of people out on the streets of hong kong. 24 hours ago, we saw teargas and pepper spray being used on the citizens of hong kong, mainly studented. it looks very much like that strategy by the hong kong police has backfired. a lot of people have come out in response to that. they say they've come out to show solidarity against the reaction of the police, which is interesting. and they say they are now here for the long haul. this is about democracy fundamentally. they want the chance to choose their own candidates to elect for the next leader of hong kong. they have now come out onto the streets and they say they are going to stay on the streets of hong kong until they get their demands met, jake. >> andrew, these look, at least superficially, much like
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Nov 12, 2014 1:00pm PST
now. >>> vladimir putin as he was putting that shawl around china's first lady, was he also pulling the wool over the eyes of the world? i'm jake tapper. this is "the lead." the world lead, puttin may have tried to be gallant in beijing, but he's up to flow good. russian tafrjs potentially rolling past the brink of war, but does putin have the most powerful weapons of mass destruction inside crimea? >>> plus, they wanted to be exactly like these women jihad is and now cnn is learning the three colorado teen girls who tried to join isis allegedly were being given a road map to syria by one of the terrorist group's most senior commanders and our pop culture lead today, america's favor rid fake newsman jon stewart steps out from behind the fake anchor desk to let me ask some questions. ♪ ♪ >> good afternoon, everyone. welcome to the lead. i'm jake tapper. we'll begin with the world lead and a renewed sense of crisis in ukraine. it seems while vladimir putin was supposed to be practicing diplomacy and maybe trying to defrost his icy relationship with president obama he might have al
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Oct 27, 2015 1:00pm PDT
we have to compete against china and india with over a billion people each. so we have to strengthen the fabric of our nation by educating all of our students. it's incumbent upon every segment of our population. >> isn't it redistribution of wealth? it's redistribution of education wealth, but it's redistribution, right? >> well, it's the government having a responsibility to educate everyone and looking at the best system in order to do that. >> but i guess -- >> i think that's very different from a situation where someone is working hard, is making, you know, a lot of money, is providing a lot of jobs and is contributing to the fabric of america and then us going along and saying, well, he's got too much. and this guy over here, he has too little so let's just take this one and give it to that one. that's much more arbitrary. >> well, you're talking about doing it on an individual level. but when it's school districts funded from local taxes, so isn't it the same principle at stake? >> no, it's not the same principle at stake because we are talking about the entire nation and we'r
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Aug 21, 2015 1:00pm PDT
tough week on wall street. it comes after weeks and weeks after china has shed numbers and all these concerns that have been coming in that perhaps their economy hasn't been growing as amazingly as it has been in the past. >> and don't forget, china made a move to devalue its currency. that makes the u.s. dollar stronger. what does that mean? that means that companies find it harder, u.s. companies find it harder to sell their goods overseas. that means the u.s. goods are more expensive. that has investors taking a hard look at the profits of all of the companies in these major indexes, including the dow and s&p. and by the way, we have to keep in mind although we have a direction in the dow, it hasn't really spread to the broader market net, because the s&p isn't hitting that level just yet. the nasdaq, which is more technical, is a bit closer. so we'll have to see those other indices play this trend out, as well. >> i want to bring in the u.s. managing editor for the financial times to talk about this. gillian, we're talking about these big-time investors. what about the litt
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Apr 28, 2017 1:00pm PDT
business with the regime, especially china. >> accounting for 90% of north korean change, china alone has leverage over pyongyang which is unique and its role is particularly important. >> but today china said his country is not to blame. >> cln is nhina is not a focal f the problem with north korea. and the key does not land on china's side. >> reporter: china one of the countries concerned with the need to avoid the fiery escalation. secretary tillerson is considering making major cuts to the state department staff. he could be eyeing as many as 2,000, maybe 2,500 cuts. he's already considering a lot of cuts within the state department. doesn't have a lot of staff at this critical time in dealing with what that administration considers the top national security priority of dealing with north korea, jake. >> he'll get a lot of pushback from that on capitol hill. the secretary of state says regime change would not solve the problem in north korea. we'll talk to a member of the house foreign relations committee next. stay with us. and the most reliable. uh-huh. and, with unlimited, you
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May 19, 2014 1:00pm PDT
. >>> just like your compute, made in china. people accused of hacking into companies to steal secrets. what did they get? >>> the national lead. it's a fake. that truthers plan to hand out. kbt these people give it a rest for one day out of respect to the families? >>> and the money lead. the giant cranky lizard may have his name on the posters. but the u.s. military gets a whole lot of screen tim in "godzilla." how cozy is hollywood with the military? >>> good afternoon. welcome to "the lead." we'll start with the world lead. china has long been suspected of hacking targets here in the u.s. the american government has never held anyone accountable for it until today. the justice department calling this 21st century burglary. economic espionage charges against a shadowy unit of businesses. u.s. steel, westinghouse, alcoa, some of the biggest companies in the u.s. in announcing the charge, the attorney general seemed to be pointing the finger at the five suspects and the government and military of china as well. >> we must say enough is enough. this administration will not tole
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Jan 7, 2016 1:00pm PST
worse. now, one thing we're going to keep our eye on tonight is how the trade goes in china. because that's what's really sparking this whole selloff. and if you see a selloff in china, you could very well see more selling here in the u.s. and around the world, jake. >> ronna, talk about that. china, is that what is spooking the markets and causing all cau this? >> yeah, absolutely. china is the world's second largest economy. and it's been in a meltdown for some time now. growth has been slowing for over a year. you have a recession in the manufacturing sector. and you have the currency plummeting. china is basically in the middle of a debt crisis that was very similar to what the u.s. went through in the run-up to the sub prime and financial crisis in 2008. it's interesting the markets are reacting similarly right now. >> and, alison, oil down to its lowest level in years, average gas prices they're about $2 a gallon. that's great for son sumers at the pump, but how is that playing into whatever's going on on the market? >> yeah, you see wlast been happening with oil, jake, over th
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Aug 13, 2015 1:00pm PDT
it registered as an earthquake in china. families now afraid they will never find out why their loved ones died or what they are now breathing in from this super secretive chinese government. >>> and the national lead. drone danger. an alarming increase in the number of airline pilots reporting close encounters with tiny unmanned aircraft. what needs to be done to prevent one from taking down a passenger plane. >>> and good afternoon. welcome to "the lead." i'm jim sciutto. jake tapper is on assignment today. our politics lead, come for the fried stuff on a stick, stay for the political pandering. 14 republican contenders and four of their potential democratic rivals all slated to step up on to that famous soap box and give their spiel at the iowa state farm. while he may not be able to give free helicopter rides to tykes, donald trump will whir into town to talk to iowans on saturday. but one candidate is sidestepping the soap box. democratic frontrunner and former secretary of state hillary clinton, her relative silence comes as obama's number two, vice president joe biden, ag
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Oct 1, 2014 1:00pm PDT
taking time off. they're demanding china give them more say over their elected officials and have now issued an ultimatum to their current, beijing-approved. china's foreign minister had a warning of his own. >> translator: i believe for any country and any society no one will allow those illegal acts that violate public order, that's this situation in the united states, and that's the same situation in hong kong. >> cnn senior international correspondent ivan watson is in hong kong. ivan, you just heard the chinese foreign minister talk about events that would create disorder. he's talking about pro-democracy protesters. where is this all heading? >> reporter: nobody seems to really know. i mean, nobody really expected the kind of scenes that have unfolded over the past couple of days. the demonstrators won the moral high ground in many circles here in hong kong on sunday when the police used tear gas and used pepper spray against them when they were unarmed and since the police have ceded ground in the center of hong kong and you see the encampment behind me in 4:00 a.m. and the
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Jul 29, 2013 1:00pm PDT
china and russia. let's take a listen. >> he went to two big cyber intruding powers, china and russia and left china and went to russia. you've got to ask why did he choose those two? you've got to also ask do the chinese have all this material? do the russians have it? >> julian, what's your response to that. why did he go to china and russia and do the chinese and russians have any of this material? >> well, look, this person i'm not sure who it was but some congressman like peter t. king, they're playing a particular sector. they farm it out to make it look like they're doing good work for the people who give them donations. can you see that, the vote is to not investigate, not to put control on the interception of american's e-mails. mr. snowden did not try to go to russia. mr. snowden tried to go to south america. and the state department in the most idiotic diplomatic act of the age cancelled his passport en route. so he was left stranded in russia. we have exercised as much ability as we can to protect mr. snowden from any state, the united states, russia and china from exploit
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Sep 1, 2015 1:00pm PDT
lose when demand falls from china, it also translates into fewer products being purchased from u.s. companies. you look at second quarter earning season. 50% of the sales that usually happen in china didn't happen, because of the slow down in china, ford actually singled out the chinese economy as a major risk to its bottom line. as we see the closing bell, investors and traders wrapping up the day. we see the dow down 460 points, yet another brutal day on wall street. >> with the stock market down 467 points today, this all comes -- just a bit over two weeks before the federal reserve in this country has a big decision to make, what are investors betting they will do, explain that to us. >> if anybody had a crystal ball, they would win out. it's a tossup as to what the fed is growing to do. they feel with all the volatility going on with not just the financial markets in china, but the economy itself, because of the impact that its economy has on the rest of the world, many believe the fed should hold off on raising rates which is expected to happen in about two weeks. you look at
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Jul 4, 2017 1:00pm PDT
south korea and japan will put up with this much longer. perhaps china will put a heavy move on north korea and end this nonsense once and for all, exclamation point. the north korean threat is certain to be a major focus of donald trump's second overseas trip as president with vladimir putin in the offing. barbara starr at the pentagon. barbara, what leads u.s. officials to believe this could have been an intercontinental ballistic test with the range potentially of at least hitting the united states? >> reporter: jim, administration officials are making it clear they don't want this situation to escalate, but they are also saying looking at the latest intelligence from satellites and other sensors, that is what is convincing them this most likely was an intercontinental ballistic missile. >> so a step forward, but you're hearing that officials don't believe that today a north korean icbm could directly strike the intercontinental u.s.? >> reporter: what they are saying is what they've continued to say. kim jong-un has a very active missile test program, and that they believe that is
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Apr 12, 2017 1:00pm PDT
question, have you made a deal after your chat last night with the president of china about china helping to rein in north korea, and is that one reason you've decided not to label beijing a currency manipulator. >> well, i'll be speaking to -- yeah. you want to go ahead. >> may i. for the secretary-general, do you believe that nato should consider to bolster its presence along the alliances' eastern border, and are you confident that you have president trump and the united states support for that? >> thank you. >> i'll be speaking with rex tillerson in a little while, calling in. i think he had a very successful meeting in russia. we'll see. we'll see the end result which will be in a long period of time perhaps, but the end result is what's most important, not just talk, and i think that based on everything i'm hearing, things went pretty well, maybe better than anticipated. it would be wonderful as we were discussing just a little while ago if nato and our country could get along with russia. right now we're not getting along with russia at all. we may be at an all-time low in terms of
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Apr 27, 2017 6:00pm PDT
major confrontation. we're going to take care of it ourselves if china doesn't. he's dialing up the rhetoric. he's talking about it as if he's just another guy watching this and it's interesting. if i were an american soldier right now in south korea or in the region, i would be very concerned that my commander, the top of the pyramid is interested in this and doesn't seem to have a commander's perspective. >> thousands of u.s. soldiers of course in both south korea and in japan. jackie, the administration had argue that what president trump is doing behind the scenes with china is actually having an effect. >> right. because they're trying to increase the pressure on china because china is center stage here. what they do with north korea, they're the main supply line is what could change the behavior and they're the ones who immediately stand to suffer the most if north korea either falls or decides to shoot off some weapons. so it's too soon to tell whether it's working or not, but this certainly if you're the chinese president reading that interview, that's got to make you worrie
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Nov 7, 2014 1:00pm PST
violations systemic violations of people's human rights in the world. we need to put pressure on china. as long as china wants this regime in control of north korea, it will be there. that's really the pressure point. >> and do we do enough? does the united states do enough to put pressure on china? do we have enough issues with china on our own without trying to get them involved with north korea more. >> we would say we're not doing enough. because we have so many issues to deal with china on, it makes it very difficult for us to balance how much pressure should be exerted on north korea versus iran, south china sea, versus a host of other issues. the key thing is this is just an issue of monumental significance. i don't know if you've ever been to south korea -- >> i have. >> you fly into china airport and you're 20 miles away from the north. you're shopping duty free and living this life. there are people, hundreds of thousands of people in terrible prison camps. it's really -- >> it's terrible. and you go to the dmz and see the fake village that they created. it's spooky and quite ter
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Aug 8, 2017 1:00pm PDT
weapons or an internal problem that this dictator probably cannot deal with. >> china, north korea's strongest ally in the region, voted in favor of the new package of u.s. sanctions this weekend against north korea, but there are a lot of people who say if you really want to go after north korea, you need to sanction the chinese banks that do business with north korea. what more would you like to see from beijing to solve this problem? >> well, i think for our own, if you will, intelligence community, they need to determine whether or not china is living up to the promise they made at the u.n. if they're not, we need to make sure they do. if they are, then this regime will recognize that they no longer have the support of china. so you're right. those banks and those countries that have been taking in slave labor in return for hard currency, that behavior has to change and change immediately. as you know, jake, to get a 15-0, a unanimous decision out of the security council, does make a statement that it's not about u.s. imperialism as the north koreans would like to say. their grea
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Dec 7, 2016 1:00pm PST
china. >> reporter: he has had a long-standing relationship with the chinese government since 1985. so perhaps he can smooth over some of the fallout that trump had with the taiwanese leader. trump says he is feeling lucky he made the cover of "time" magazine. president-elect donald trump can add another title to his name. "time" magazine person of the year. >> it's a great honor. it means a lot. >> reporter: the caption on the cover calls him president of the divided states of america. a moniker donald trump told nbc news is not his fault. >> i didn't divide them. they're divided now. i mean, there is a lot of division. and we're going to put it back together and we're going to have a country that's well healed. >> reporter: trump took the same message on the road tuesday night at a rally in north carolina. >> we will heal our divisions and unify our country. when americans are unified, there is nothing we cannot do. nothing. no task is too great, no dream too large, no goal beyond our reach. >> reporter: the president-elect's goal right now, piecing together his administration. c
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Apr 11, 2013 1:00pm PDT
expression of desire that china get more involved. china's foreign minister is warning north korea, saying they do not allow trouble making at the door steps of china. is that enough? do we need more from china? do they need to get even more involved than they are right now? i think we've heard a number of expressions from chinese officials that they are very concerned about north korean behavior. we welcome the chinese statements. we, the japanese, the chinese, a number of countries in the region and beyond are very concerned about what north korea is doing. >> would you like china to do more than it's doing right now? >> i think they have been very strong in their statements and we look forward to their continued engagement on this very important issue, jake. >> we've heard whispers of a sea-based x-band radar system being sent to the pacific. this is significant because it is part of our missile defense systems to prepare for a possible north korean missile launch. can you confirm this? >> i can. we do have an sbx system that is part of our missile defense and tracking system de
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Apr 9, 2013 1:00pm PDT
is we have got to engage china. if china -- china wants, they can stop all of that fuel in the black market fuel purchases going across the chinese and north korean border. haven't really stepped up to do that so we can show that we have the strength and resolve that we will not tolerate threats of nuclear exchange or military attack to the united states. thought that was handled well. let's step up our diplomatic efforts with china and others to pressure them to stop those transactions on the northern border. that will hurt north korea more than anything. you'd be surprised. >> i want to move to a different hot spot in the world. reuters is reporting that al qaeda in iraq says that it considers a group in syria to be an extension of their organization, part of the opposition in syria. how concerned are you about the opposition in syria and about their ties to terrorist groups? >> very. this is something we talked about for sometime. their announcement isn't anything new. just the fact that they're bragging about it in such a big way tells you where they think they are in syria says
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Apr 12, 2013 1:00pm PDT
. >> i should say you have been a bit critical of the obama administration, in their not using china adequately to influence north korea. could you explain what you mean by that? >> well, jake, i have not been critical of all of the obama administration. i've been critical of china. china has the most influence on north korea here through the provision of food and fuel to the north korean economy. and north korea could not exist without that chinese support. and i am concerned that the chinese government, at least on the surface, has not been pushing hard enough on the north koreans to cease and desist and i say that russia has this obligation because russia has a trade and military relationship with north korea. it is incumbent upon those two countries to use their influence to contain this very irresponsible young leader in north korea. >> do you think there is anything the u.s. could be doing with china to encourage them to take more action or do you think our hands are tied there? >> i think the united states found an effective message with china, about ten days ago, earlier in t
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Aug 22, 2013 1:00pm PDT
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Sep 4, 2015 1:00pm PDT
globally from other economies that aren't doing as well as the u.s. economy. from china, from japan, the eu, even sweden, all pouring stimulus into the economies, and you're looking at the u.s. ready to pull the plug on the last bit the stimulus. the reason would you we saw the dow fall 272 points. we'll be back again on tuesday to start it all over again, jake. >> alison have a great weekend. >> you too. >>> when donald trump put his john hancock on an oath to run republican, and to support whoever is the nominee, you my think he would escape controversy for at least 12 hours? no, not quite. lashing out at yet another member of the media, hugh hewitt, acausing the host of -- let's get to dana bash. now some of trump's rivals are saying he stumbled in his answers, and this raises questions about his preparedness to be commander in chief. >> there are a lot of republicans running on their records, particularly on foreign policy. they tripped over themselves to get a chance to argue that the reality tv star topping the polls is not ready for primetime. when you're the front-runner, yo
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Apr 29, 2016 1:00pm PDT
, appealing to white working-class voters who feel nafta or china hurt them. what argument will you make to those white working-class voters? >> i won in ohio. i won pennsylvania. more votes than he got in pennsylvania. i feel very good about where we are. because i have a positive agenda to create jobs and i've said very clearly, i will not support any trade agreement that i don't think creates more good jobs with rising incomes. that's why i'm against the transpacific partnership. it's why i voted against the only multilateral trade agreement that came before me when i was in the senate. i think that he can say whatever he wants to say and he will, of course. but i have a track record of really helping people and standing up against china. i have gone toe to toe with the chinese on numerous occasions so i feel very comfortable doing that. so i have a record and i have a record that is very clearly on the side of working people and making sure that, you know, we get more good jobs with rising incomes. that's at the center of any economic policy. >> do you think the trade deals push forward
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May 27, 2016 1:00pm PDT
suffered terribly under -- sorry. china suffered terribly under the japanese. absolutely terrible. china has solidified this history in such a fundamental way that when china is criticizing japan and the murder of more than 50 million people there's an element of sincerity perceived in many parts of the world. >> a lot of people taking advantage of history. >> on all sides. >> thank you for putting that in context for us. >>> in our money lead, good and bad news if you're planning to travel this holiday weekend. that will be next. >>> plus, ken starr out as president of the baylor university after the school failed to help victims of sexual assault. be taken care of. home, car, life insurance obviously, ohhh... but with added touches you can't get everywhere else, like claim free rewards... or safe driving bonus checks. even a claim satisfaction guaranteeeeeeeeeee! in means protection plus unique extras only from an expert allstate agent. it's good to be in, good hands. world saleilton is on honors members save up to 25% on brands like hampton, doubletree, hilton garden inn, and w
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Mar 19, 2014 1:00pm PDT
here. one republican because there's a lot hoff radar coverage here. china in the west, pakistan, india, and they feel if the plane had come north, thosery darr stations would have been likely to pick it up. the u.s. also has a lot of satellite coverage here and they haven't picked up wreckage from the plane. they haven't eliminated this, but as they focus south off the coast of australia, they're even able to refine that area more so to a patch about this size. we talked yesterday about 3 million square miles. here, a much smaller portion. 230,000 square miles. still big, about the size of france, but much smaller than the continental united states. how did they get to this point? combination of flight path, assuming that plane continued that last track that we saw. as well as the amount of feel it had before it would have run out assuming it continued that path. plus, there's a factor here of current. and over time and the 12 days since the plane went down, presumably, that the wreckage would have moved in this direction and that's why they're beginning to focus here. still a v
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Apr 9, 2014 6:00pm PDT
and we'll find what was the surface field. >> and looking in the south china sea, a completely different body of water. david is it possible that the plane is buried in so much silt after a month, or more than a month under water. and if that is possible would that pose problems for detecting it? >> actually, what i have heard so far is that it would not because of the fact that if it is in the silt, it is probably more flat area so that the sonar coming back would not give false indications of rocks or things like that. it would be a man made thing and the water would stand out more. and plus, the sonar does reach through thin layers of silt, as well. so i don't think it will cause problems, actually. >> david, tim, stick around, we'll come back, and using every shred of data, how are analysts looking at the information as they never have before to pinpoint the exact location of missing flight 370. >>> plus, he is described as a shy, quiet teen, so what on earth drove this sophomore to bring two knives to school and stab two dozen students, seemingly at random. new information
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Jan 29, 2015 1:00pm PST
these regimes and very difficult conversations with the chinese because if we don't get china on board, there is no point in dealing with iran or north korea. >> you said with a lot of coordination from the chinese, from beijing. why would china want an iran with nuclear weapons or a north korea with nuclear weapons, especially north korea? that destabilizes asia. >> one thing it does every time north korea acts up, we run to beijing and ask for the chinese to help and they extract concessions from us. this also keeps us off balance. with regard to iran the chinese compete with the russians for influence in the middle east and they also want the iranians to give them oil which is very important for the chinese economy, but also because they don't want iran to support the muslims in china's northwest who really resent chinese rule. there's a lot of reasons why china wants good relations with iran and beijing knows that the iranians want nukes so the chinese are willing to help them. >> very scary. thank you so much. really appreciate it. >>> we are getting some new information now about
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May 15, 2017 1:00pm PDT
this happening while russian president vladimir putin was in china, the incident embarrassing chinese president xi who has pressured north korea on its weapons program and putin for having a missile so close to his coast. >> translator: this missile launch presented no threat to us, but, of course, it escalates the conflict, and there's nothing good about that. >> washington may be turning in politics these days, but a grim remind their security threats out there, north korea not going away anytime soon. jake? >> barbara starr at the pentagon, thanks very much. >>> should north korea's latest test missile change the united states approach to keeping kim jong-un in check? the former head of the cia and nsa will join us next to weigh in. stay with us. customer traffic?analyze can we push the offer online? brian, i just had a quick question. brian? brian... legacy technology can handcuff any company. but "yes" is here. you're saying the new app will go live monday?! yeah. with help from hpe, we can finally work the way we want to. with the right mix of hybrid it, everything computes. the
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Dec 29, 2014 1:00pm PST
mentioned the united states being asked for help, china's getting involved. malaysia and singapore involved and of course indonesia being the site of this disappearance and also the aircraft being of indonesian origin, also playing a big role in this search and leading it. you get the sense 48 hours in that this is the moment for the search-and-rescue operation, the vice president again telling my colleague, andrew stevens, earlier once you pass that 48-hour mark the hope of finding survivors much more difficult. i think what we're going to see in the hours ahead is an all-out search to try to find some sign of that missing aircraft. >> david, what is the airline telling these families right now? >> reporter: jake the families are actually here in surabaya about 75 of them are actually from this city. others have flown in from around indonesia. some are staying at homes, some at a hotel. behind me is a crisis center. families have come in twice on monday for briefings with airline officials. they've been closed-door briefings so other than catching a glimpse as family members come in and ou
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Aug 28, 2015 1:00pm PDT
talking about china. and also russia. he called vladimir putin a gangster, and also losers. which is what trump would call them. do you think he's sort of change the the tone in the campaign? >> absolutely. it's remarkable. trump is leading on every issue and the other candidates follow. they followed him through immigration, and now he's been bashing china, especially with the swings in the market, they are starting to bash china. not nearly as aggressively as before. yes, he talks about iran, but he talks about mexico and china more than the other candidates are following him in that direction. >> i did not ask you about democrats. we'll focus on them later, quite extensively in the show, thank you for being here. peter, sherry, been great having you here. we have a programming note, you can watch the next republican presidential debate right here on cnn. it is wednesday, september 16th, at the reagan library. moderated by the host of the lead, jake tapper. >>> split verdict in the rape trial of a former student at an elite prep school found guilty on several charges, but not all. what
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Apr 7, 2014 1:00pm PDT
thing is certain, china is eager to show it is working on behalf of the 154 chinese citizens on board flight 370. >> the chinese government wants to be seen domestically by its own people of doing its upmost to find out what happened to this plane to give closure to their families. >> reporter: and that last point there is what all of the experts that i've spoke with today stressed to me. whatever doubts people might have about the strength of the evidence that china has provided when it comes to these pulses or pings, whatever conspiracy theories that may be out there, it's in china's interest to do everything that it can to find these pings. that's what they say china is doing here. >> athena, how is it that the chinese were searching in these areas? >> that's the million dollar question. it's quite a coincident that even though the search area has been narrowed down quite a bit that they should be somewhere close enough to detect the pings. and this expert said we don't know all that is going on among the u.s. and chinese and malaysians. there certainly could be communications that
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Feb 23, 2015 1:00pm PST
about our concerns with china, what they are doing in cyber, clearly the russians and others have capabilities. we are mindful of that. >> reporter: still, admiral rogers who heads the u.s. military cybercommand admits that the u.s. capability to deter such a cyberattack and prevent further escalation remains quote, immature despite the growing threat. >> we clearly are not i think where we need to be where i think we want collectively to be. this is still the early stages of cyber in many ways. so we are going to have to work our way through this. >> you heard admiral rogers there saying that he knew and had testified it was only a matter of time before we saw a destructive offensive cyberattack on u.s. soil. what he said he just didn't expect it to be on an american movie company. >> you and i have talked about this at length the attacks purportedly from north korea were met by some sort of cyberattack on north korea, suspected to be the united states. did admiral rogers own up to the u.s. doing that? >> i asked him. he wouldn't answer. there was a smile on his face but he would
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Jan 31, 2017 1:00pm PST
leader puts the trump administration on a list of threats to the e.u. along with russia, china, and isis. "the lead" starts right now. breaking news, the head of the european council listing the trump administration as one of the external threats facing the 27 european nations. is president trump playing right into vladimir putin's hands? >>> who will it be? we are just a few hours away from finding out president trump's nominee for the u.s. supreme court. who are the top contenders? where do they stand on the most charged issues? and how hard will the democrats fight them? >>> plus, a u.s. raid against terrorists where too many things did not go according to plan leading to the first american combat death on president trump's watch. also among those killed, the 8-year-old daughter of a notorious american terrorist. welcome to "the lead," everyone. president trump's executive action temporarily banning visitors from several countries from entering the u.s., putting a hold on the refugee program and perhaps indefinitely halting the entry of syrian refugees into the u.s. continues to
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Mar 19, 2015 1:00pm PDT
of china, essentially. now relations between china and north korea are souring and north korea's looking for a new patron and russia especially with bad boy vladimir putin in charge is their best bet. so the two countries are very rapidly coming together. >> beyond just coming together what do you think these two guys are cooking up here? >> from the north korean perspective, as i said they need a new patron. for the russians they see an opportunity to get north korea as a client. on one hand you would say why would anybody want north korea as a client state but from a russian perspective, if they begin arming north korea, re-arm north korea with better weapons than the north koreans have had in the past they have a tool. if relations between russia and the west worsen they can make sure that relations between north korea and everybody else worsens. if the west treats russia nicer, they can do what they can to help facilitate better relations between north korea and the west. so in russia and in putin, assuming this bad boy role north korea, a better relationship with north korea
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Feb 4, 2015 1:00pm PST
survived. cnn's david mulko joins me now from china. thanks for joining us. a toddler was among those who escaped. what else are you learning about those who managed to survive, thankfully? >> reporter: jake when you see that video, it is absolutely harrowing and incredible that anybody was able to survive or even walk away. 15 injuries 15 survivors, as you mentioned. one story we picked up from taiwan's official news agency is that of a father who was on board with his wife and a 1-year-old toddler. we are told they were all injured. the father very slightly but they became separated at some point. the wife and toddler were taken to separate hospitals and we are told the father was so desperate trying to find where they were that he picked up a bike and rode that bike injured to the hospital to try to find his wife and his toddler. jake one of the other things more than 30 of those on board were tourists traveling from mainland china, including several children according to taiwanese authorities. they are going to help facilitate to bring them over those families over to hopefully hope f
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Mar 10, 2014 1:00pm PDT
saturday and never arrived in beijing as scheduled. the plane dropped off the radar over the south china sea and it's not been seen since. it's assumed to have crashed with 239 people on board. three of those aboard are americans. today the search grid got even bigger, expanding to a larger portion of the gulf of thailand between malaysia and vietnam. that's the haystack, a massive expanse of water. ten ships from 40 different countries are scouring the regions, including two u.s. naval destroyers. so far, seemingly promising leads have not panned out. the two oil slicks showed that they are not connected to flight 370. how about reports that a plane tail was spotted? also untrue. let's go live to david mckenzie who is live in beijing. what do we know more about kazim ali who bought tickets for the two men with stolen passports? >> reporter: well, jake, this is a disturbing development. the case of two individuals impersonating an italian and us a industry general. we've been working through the weekend and into today. it appears an iranian national mr. ali bought the tickets for them in
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Apr 11, 2014 1:00pm PDT
. and speaking of the black boxes, australian prime minister tony abbott in china today to update china's president on the search for flight 370 but it's abbott's tone about how things are progressing that's receiving a lot of attention. forget cautious optimism. australian prime minister tony abbott is oozing confidence. >> we have very much narrowed down the search area and we are very confident that the signals that we are detecting are from the black box on mh-370. >> we are confident that we know the position of the black box flight recorder to within some kilometers. >> reporter: his tone stronger and more upbeat compared to the careful wording two days ago from the man coordinating the search. >> i think that we're looking in the right area but i'm not prepared to say -- to confirm anything until such time as somebody lays eyes on the wreckage. >> reporter: but with rumors flying, the black boxes were located overnight. angus houston released a statement saying, quote, there has been no major breakthrough in the search for flight 370. over the past weekend, "ocean shield" d
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Dec 23, 2014 1:00pm PST
be shutting it down themselves in some kind of a defensive maneuver? could china be shutting them off occasionally as a way of sending a message to pyongyang and relations between north korea and china have deteriorated? i don't think many people know what is happening but for a country already isolated and cut off, cutting these connections make them more isolated and cut off. >> jamie, what do you think a proportional response will be for the united states? >> certainly i believe we should put north korea back on the terrorism watch list. we should certainly go back to sanctionsing the bank in macow. more importantly, in the united nations, a resolution on human rights in north korea was introduced really for the first time ever. and the report, the u.n. commission special inquiry commission report on north korea is unbelievable. everybody should read this. as i mentioned before, it's rape, execution, forced starvation. it's a terrible, terrible place. the u.s. needs to focus on hacking but the two biggest issues with north korea are the human rights conditions within north kore
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Nov 14, 2016 1:00pm PST
to pull out would then require us to start sanctioning those other countries in europe, china or russia that were still abiding by the deal, because from their perspecti perspective, iran had done what it was supposed to do. it becomes more difficult, i think, to undo something that's working than undo. when you're not responsible for it, i think call it a terrible deal, and you are then responsible for the deal and preventing iran from getting a nuclear weapon, you are more likely to look at the facts. that is going to be true in other circumstances. for example, the paris agreement. there's been a lot of talk about possibly trying to undo this agreement. now, you've got 230 countries who signed up for this thing. the good news is that what we've been able to show over the last -- five, six, eight years is that it's possible to grow the sme and really keep it that day. >>. you've got utilities that are put in solar panels and creating more jobs. you have the record sales and are overachieving on the fuel efficiency standards that we set. turns out that people many. you've got st
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Dec 16, 2014 1:00pm PST
. just because a hack seems to have come from thailand or china doesn't mean it came from there. in this case, the strong suspicion is that the north koreans had people not coming -- not doing the hack from north korea itself but from elsewhere. >> and what are the motivations, do we think, behind the hack? is it just definitely they don't want this film released or has there also been, for instance, a blackmail attempt and request for money? >> well, there's two parts to that. the actual people who did the hack might have just been paid to do it. you have people who are hackers for hire out there paid by foreign governments to do this. the motivation of the country itself, of north korea in this case perhaps if indeed they did do it, is that, you know, they possibly just want the film to be -- to not be shown, obviously. it might be one of the biggest movie premiers in the history given the publicity that they have gotten. we've also gotten a statement from dhs. >> the department of homeland security? >> yes. >> is it about the hack specifically? >> it's about the hack and the thre
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who voted with, those are the uk, france, russia, china, japan, ukraine, angola, egypt you are go, erg w. the ambassadors will not be received at the foreign ministry. this sounds like israel isolating itself from important countries, with whom israel has important relations. >> what it set, jake is israel will not be kicked in the teeth and not respond. on and we have recalled our ambassadors for consultations from those countries, but another response is we can't just meet with visiting dignitaries as if nothing has happened. this is a serious effort against israel. hamas a -- that's a balance resolution. israel's enemies are celebrating this resolution. that's all you need to know. >> the resolution is against the territories so let's talk about -- >> it's much more than that. what this resolution does is says that all of that territory, all the territory beyond the 67 line, which is one of our most famous called auschwitz borders. that means that the western wall, according to this resolution is occupied palestinian territory. >> doesn't the resolution saying of course with th
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