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CNN
Feb 12, 2017 12:00am PST
to even the west coast of the united states. we want to ask our next guest, the director of the china national association of international studies. he joins me now live from beijing. an important vantage point to be sure. in terms of the reaction there again fairly predictable they would do something like this. what are they waiting for in terms of a reaction? is it more waiting to see what the u.s. reaction would be to be this? be. >> well, i would say dprk's testing of the missile this time is another violation of the united nations security council resolution. and china together with all the other major stakeholders would condemn. this violation from the chinese perspective, china is joining in full steam the sanctions imposed on dprk by the united nations security council. and i don't think china will spare any efforts in copying and implementing the sanctions against dprk. i think this testing again is an esca lafgs tension on the korean peninsula and would even has the risk of triggering further excalation of the korean peninsula. i think it's time for china together with the u
CNN
Nov 26, 2016 12:00am PST
countries, they both went through revolutions in the middle part of the 20th century, china and cuba did not have the best relationship for a long time. in fact, they didn't establish formal diplomatic ties until 1993. it was in an interview in the late '70s actually that fidel castro gave that he said while he agreed with chairman m mao ze dun of china, he agreed with him but he said mao's ego was detrimental for the chinese. he was very critical of chairman mao and that at that time was not a way do get ties with china. in 1993 things eased, diplomatic relations were formally established between both sides. since then what you've seen is a cuban economy that has come to increasingly rely on the chinese economy. in fact, last year china was the single -- largest single country trading partner with cuba. in fact, only the european union collectively had a bigger total trade value with cuba. so the fact today china and cuba have a much better relationship, it was in september that the second in charge here, premiere li ka chong went and visited fidel castro in his home, late in septem
CNN
Sep 4, 2016 12:00am PDT
beginning of his visit to china. >> china was considered almost a different planet. and the idea that any american president would go to china was considered a fantasy probably at best. in terms of foreign policy, it was sort of a moon landing. >> i think one of the results of our trip, we hope, may be the walls that are erected, whether they are physical walls like this or whether they are other walls of ideology or philosophy, will not divide peoples of the world. >> in richard nixon's own mind, this was a script. it was designed to result in an overwhelming election victory in the november election. >> who do you think you'll vote for for president this year? >> nixon. >> richard nixon. >> nixon. >> yeah, nixon. >> nixon. >> is anybody else running but nixon? >> the president was a political animal. the president was phenomenally skilled. he was able to handle virtually anything. >> five men wearing white gloves and carrying cameras were caught early today in the headquarters of the democratic national committee in washington. they were caught by a night watchman, and they did
CNN
Apr 22, 2017 10:00pm PDT
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CNN
Aug 12, 2015 6:00pm PDT
the wall. i talked about china with the devaluation of their currency which they did yesterday which is shocking that they could get away with this. what they're doing to us is unbelievable. with devaluation. and they're just taking the money out of our pocket. we have people don't know what they're doing. we talked about the iran deal. how pathetic it is, how bad it is. and we had a -- a good time talking about horrible subjects to be honest with you. it was, you know there is not a lot of good news for the united states. >> an response, any response to hillary clinton saying that, you have gone from entertaining to troubling? >> well i think the poll numbers sort of indicate that maybe it's troubling for her. i think that i would be her, you know, worst nightmare. in a sense. i think nobody has been tougher on hillary. ichl's the one that said a long time ago to you, matter of fact. long before this has come up with the fbi over the last few days. that what she did is a criminal act. there is no question about the fact it is a criminal act. you look at general petraeus. they
CNN
Aug 6, 2015 9:00pm PDT
china. we lose to mexico. both in trade and at the border. we lose to everybody. and frankly, what i say and oftentimes it's fun, it's kidding, we have a good time, what i say is what i say. and honestly, megyn, if you don't like it, i'm sorry. i've been very nice to you. although i could probably maybe not be based on the way you have treated me. but i wouldn't do that. >> randi kaye watched the debate with a group of mostly undecided republican voters in florida, all of them women. she joins us from key biscayne. so what did they think? what did you hear from them tonight? >> reporter: they're a pretty punchy group, anderson. they had a lot to say, a lot of thoughts on this debate. and they certainly spent a lot of time talking about trum. and certainly about that sound bite that you were just mentioning. but we're here at the moment of marili cancio. and you said that you were a little bit surprised by trump's performance tonight. how do you think he did? >> i think he did well for trump. it was very entertaining. we had a lot of fun watching him. you know, it's funny. most of us
CNN
Jul 30, 2015 7:00pm PDT
china. it's not like he's getting these one-liners out there. >> katie, do you agree with that? i agree with some of the things that were said. the reality is donald trump was tapping into a real anger and frustration within the republican party. by the truth is that a lot of the things he says just right-hand turn a plan e plan. it's not a plan to say i'm going to build a wall. at the end of the day, i don't think that the republican party is going to nominate somebody who is a bully. who hant been a republican, if at all, for very long. most of the policies that he has supported misxxically and the candidates, have been democrat policies and candidates. >>> let's move on. whether or not officials going to let him do that, i don't know. how can any other candidate compete with that? >> well, you know, the american people want a guy that can offer carnival rides, then they nominate donald trump. >> the president we have right now has more red carpet events than anyone in hollywood. >> guess what, it doesn't matter right now. >> the point is moot because we're just getting breaking news
CNN
Sep 3, 2016 12:00am PDT
our side. >>> a diplomatic tango. the president of the united states now in china for the g20 summit, one of his last opportunities to shape his foreign policy legacy. >>> in the path of the storm. hermine turns north disrupting holiday travel along the u.s. east coast. >>> and high alert in the philippines. the country's president declares his nation is in a state of lawless violence after a deadly explosion in his own hometown. from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, welcome to our viewers here in the united states and around the world. i'm george
CNN
Jul 2, 2015 11:00pm PDT
in the south china sea. >> there was no room so the navy men ordered the pilots to ditch the helicopters in the ocean. >> we were living in a period of what the greeks call huborous. how are they going to defeat us? >> once it became a reality in seeing the pictures on television of not only a retreat but a disorderly retreat, and that ate within ourselves saying, this is not who we thought we were. >> to see what was in store for the south vietnamese people, to see the visions of our helicopters and people struggling to get out and the terrible triage and choices that had to be made was clearly one of the lows in my life. >> the communist forces some of them riding in russian-made tanks, some in captured american jeeps, rolled into saigon about 3 1/2 hours after the end of the dramatic american evacuation of u.s. nationals and many south vietnamese. >> there's no way to capture in one evening's broadcast the suffering and the grief of 30 years of a subcontinent at war. there's no way to capture the suffering and grief of our own nation from the most divisive conflict since o
CNN
Feb 11, 2017 9:00pm PST
exploding press releases. >> they were sent to protest against american involvement in indo china. >> the problem with lots of little bombs is the first gets page one news. when you are up to the 30th bomb, it's on page six. >> a bomb exploded at los angeles international airport. >> some groups only by being more ruthless can we achieve our goals. >> two people were kill and 30 injured. >> an explosion left three dead. >> terrorists filt they had to innovate in the direction of higher profile targets or higher body counts. >> in birmingham, england, several bombs blue up in the center of the city and at least 17 people are dead and 70 more are injured. >> the first went off in a crowded pub in the city center. minutes later, a second bomb exploded in another pub. there have been 200 people inside. police said they were searching fors in the rubble. >> terrorism only works when it shocks people. >> the irs attempts a new tactic to bring the conflict to the british mainland. >> the home front has itself become a battlefield in the raging guerilla war over northern ireland. >> there have be
CNN
Jun 28, 2015 10:30pm PDT
lower. the move is more due to events happening within china. >>> a party organizer and lighting technician are considered suspects at a blast in a water park in new taipei. 498 people were injured in the explosion after a flammable powder ignited. more than 200 victims are in a critical condition. let's bring in kathy novak, live from new taipei with the latest on this investigation, and i understand we have new vision as this explosion occurred. absolutely horrific scenes, what are you learning about what triggered the fire? >> reporter: well, we can show you this new video, and it should give you some kind of idea, actual lay. what it shows is that the organizers were shooting large amounts of powder that is part of the whole theme of this color play party event into the crowd, so it was shot in large quantities above the crowd of people who were dancing. and then all of a sudden it seemed like the people who were filming it didn't realize it was happening. it burst into flames, and that's when we start the seeing the chaotic scenes of people screaming, running for their lives
CNN
Sep 18, 2015 10:01pm PDT
higher to make things in america so we don't have to worry about china. lower the tax burden on manufacturing and improve the work skills of americans. get rid of job-killing regulations. >> thank you. >> we're going to change america. >> you're going to be involved in the next question. senator graham -- >> he talked about that he would be better in manufacturing. the fact is, we have a zero percent rate that phases to 20. we have a 7% invested in plant equipment here and create more jobs. >> thank you, sir. senator graham, i want to turn to the -- >> if you want to see manufacturing, come to south carolina. >> let's talk about south carolina, sir. let's turn to minimum wage. senator santorum is the only person on this stage that has proposed increasing the federal minimum wage. do you agree with senator santorum that the minimum wage should be increased? >> when my mom and dad owned the restaurant, the bar, the poolroom, if you had increased minimum wage, it would have been hard to hire more people. hillary clinton has a list a mile long to help the middle class. we're talking
CNN
Jul 7, 2017 8:00pm PDT
with the election that brought him to the oval office. >> could also be china, could also be lots of other people. could also be someone laying on their bed that weighs 400 pounds. okay. >> and mr. trump firing his fbi director. >> i was going to fire comey. my decision. >> over a russia investigation the president simply does not trust. >> it's my judgment that i was fired because of the russia investigation. >> now a special counsel. the fbi and four separate congressional committees are pursuing investigations. how did we get here? and how did russian influence potentially reach the highest levels of the u.s. government? >> canio say when you were first made aware that russia or some country was attempting to infiltrate u.s. political organizati organizations? >> sometimes in the summer of 2015. >> james clapper was then the director of national intelligence. the senior most intelligence official. >> was it clear to you how serious it would become? >> i don't think it was because obviously the russians have us as maybe the primary intelligence target anyway. >> the first quiet war
CNN
Jul 7, 2017 7:00pm PDT
average wage in russia was less than $450 a month. that's the lowest wage in china. but despite all the allegations, despite all the accusations, the fact remains that vladimir putin is remarkably popular in russia. why? we'll tell you when we come back. to its roots. brewed only in golden, colorado... ...and nowhere else. ever. coors banquet. that's how it's done. work up a not at night.the day. only tempur-breeze® mattresses use an integrated system of technologies to keep you cool while you sleep. ultra-breathable support layers channel heat away from your body. purecool technology delivers cooling comfort you can feel. and the performance cover is cool to the touch. so you sleep cool and wake up feeling powerful. right now, save up to $500 on select tempur-breeze® mattress sets at our july 4th event. find the breeze that's right for you at tempurpedic.com theso when i need to book tant to mea hotel room,tion. i want someone that makes it easy. booking.com gets it. and with their price match, i know i'm getting the best price every time. visit booking.com. booking.yeah! so we know
CNN
Jul 2, 2015 8:00pm PDT
get anyone out. >> 50 at a time they took off waiting in the south china sea. >> we were living in a period of what the greeks call human being rus. this was his eighth military power. how were they going to humiliate us. >> not only a retreat, but a disorderly retreat. and within ours, to say this is not who we thought we were. >> to see what was in store for the south vietnamese people. to see the people struggling to get out and the troubling choices that had to be made was clearly one of the lows in my life. >> the communist forces rolled into saigon about 3 1/2 hours at the end o dramatic american evacuation. >> there's no way to capture in one evening's broadcast 30 years of a subcontinented war. in vietnam, we've finally reached the end of the tunnel and there is no light there. what is there, perhaps, was best said by president ford. a war that is finished. >> the vietnam war produced a million unwritten stories of human misery and human misery. in all, over 11 million refugee. the united states spent more than $350 billion from vietnam. and it may end up being much higher th
CNN
Aug 13, 2015 9:00pm PDT
inside. then powerful images show the devastation of multiple explosions in china. experts are on the ground to try to figure out the cause. >>> and in the u.s., presidential hopefuls rushing to meet voters and defending their records. we'll look at the candidates getting the most attention. . we do want to welcome our viewers here in the united states and of course around the world. i'm rosemary church. this is cnn newsroom.
CNN
Jun 25, 2015 6:00pm PDT
couldn't get anyone out. >> 50 at a time they waited in the south china sea. >> we were living in a period of what the greeks call huborous. >> once it became a reality of seeing the pictures on television, not only a retreat, but a disorderly retreat. this is not who we thought we were. >> to say what was in store for the south vietnamese people. to see the visions of the hmm held ko helicopters and the decisions in triage that had to be made was one of the lowest in my life. >> some captured american jeeps rolled into saigon about three and a half hours after the end of the dramatic american evacuation of u.s. nationals and many south vietnamese. >> there's no way to capture in one evening's broadcast the suffering and the grief of 30 years of a subcontinent war. there's no way to capture the grief of our own nation of the most devicive conflict since our own civil war. in vietnam, we've finally reached the end of the tunnel and there is no light there. what is there, perhaps, was best said by president ford. a war that is finished. >>> the vietnam war produced a million unwritten
CNN
Feb 11, 2017 7:00pm PST
implied that it's kind of [ inaudible ] outsource it to china. and i think certainly, his conversations with abe would reveal the fact that no one country can solve this problem. that's why president bush and president jinping created that six-party process. so i think it's been kind of a dress rehearsal from president trump in a sort of international context, and i think it's gone -- it's, so far, gone well. and now he has to put together a strategy and i am sure part of that strategy has to be a kuf deep dive with the chinese on how we're going to manage this. because no ones in the next four year, north korea will be fielding a deliverable nuclear weapon. >> christopher hill, ambassador hill, thank you so much for your insights. >>> now, we're covering this story from all angles on cnn. athena jones is in florida following president trump. he just listened and broke down the statements by mr. trump and the japanese prime minister, shinzo abe, for us moments ago. matt rivers is in seoul with the information on the ground from the region. ambassador christopher hill we just spoke to in
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