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FOX News
Jun 7, 2017 4:00pm PDT
. china does not want this system in south korea because our radars are so sophisticated they can pick up a lot of activity that china china is doing. china has been putting pressure on this new south korean president, and also has put pressure on south korean companies that are operating in china. so, china has got this president of south korea's attention. i think in the long run, we are in a collision course with china anyway. i know we are waiting for china to do some thing positive with north korea, i doubt that they will achieve what we would like them to achieve. china is interested in regional hegemony. they want the united states emphasized to be reduced in the region. they are traveling on our interest in the south china sea. it appeared genuine to the president, and maybe it was even genuine on the part of the chinese president at the time, but his actions don't seem to be measur>> martha: let's take a lk at the white house statement that was put out about this today. do we have that? "we grieve and pray for the innocent victims" i'm sorry, this is about the subject we are abou
FOX News
Aug 11, 2017 4:00pm PDT
now? and does the fact that china weighed in today saying it would actually remain neutral change anybody's feeling in the region? well, i think having china say that, probably comes as some relief. i think the last thing we want to see is a repeat of the u.s. and china fighting over the korean peninsula. that's not to say they're going to stay out, necessarily. depends what happens. yes, to answer your question, i think that people definitely are concerned to a new level here. that's because we have a lot of uncertainty coming from both sides here. typically, north korea, this is what they do. they bluster and they talk a big game. typically what we see from the white house can be quite predictable. usually steady, reassuring, all of those things. and the president right now, you know, for all of the things can you say about him, he's not necessarily looking to calm things down. he has language that people haven't heard from the white house in a long time when referring to north korea. >> a new president in south korea just elected in may. how has that changed things in seoul? >>
FOX News
May 29, 2017 4:00pm PDT
united states? >> we are largely relying on china. china has convinced the president that they intend to do something. we have to be very clear-eyed with china. it is china that tolerated north korea to have nuclear weapons. it is china that has tolerated north korea to test ballistic missiles. in some of this ballistic missiles look remarkably similar to the ones that china already has. of we have to go into this thing, knowing that china may be gaming us a little bit here and not give us the results that we want. if that happens, then, we'll have to be prepared to go it alone here and really slam hard on some sanctions on north korea, to see if we can get their attention. nothing has really ever worked with these guys in the past. that is why everyone is so concerned. >> sandra: general keene come i want to share with our viewers, the reaction or answer that defense secretary james mattis gable and asked the question, what keeps you up at night? listen. >> what keeps you awake at night? >> nothing. i keep other people awake at night. [laughter] >> sandra: no hesitation there. >> my goo
FOX News
Aug 10, 2017 4:00pm PDT
korea. kim jong-un believes they're preparations for an invasion. china has called on the u.s. and south korea to cancel the drills to lower the tension. on top of that, in the coming days, the general in charge of north korea's missiles is schedule to present kim jong-un a plan to simultaneously launch four missiles towards guam. experts say missiles landing anywhere near guam would be an act of war. today the governor of guam said there's some concern among the public living on the idea, but no panic. the governor dismissed the threats saying they come from a position of fear. a short time ago, president trump made it clear he wasn't dismissing anything. watch. >> i read about where in guam by august 15th, let's see what he does with guam. he does something in guam, it will be an event the likes of which nobody has seen before what will happen in north korea. >> separately, japan says it's ready to shoot down any ballistic missile fired towards guam and south korea's military says they're prepared to immediately and sternly punish any kind of provocation by north korea. a spokesp
FOX News
Jun 2, 2017 4:00pm PDT
by different rules like china and india but the united states doesn't have to be the one and totally responsible for putting that bill. >> the reporters in the room were asking about climate change, the science. we have heard this administration explain, getting out of this deal wasn't about the science. it was about the economics, he didn't like the deal. >> i think it's important to know where the president actually stands, he said multiple times before that he does believe climate change is a hoax, it's important to understand. the things that he thinks is paramount is jobs in the economy, he should want to stay in the deal. the deal took about 20 years to negotiate and every country has their own standards and goals they reached. this is a deal that was good for the united states. we currently have about 800,000 jobs in the clean energy sector. what does he think's going to happen to those? >> sandra: i would ask you to talk to a few coal miners, we talked to one last night. to the point over the white house's handling of this, the press briefing rooms today sean spicer couldn't
FOX News
Aug 25, 2017 4:00pm PDT
our commitment. and we also need to turn the heat up on china. there is going to be no resolution to north korea without china getting involved. and we have to use our leverage with china. and keep pressing the chinese. we need to hang north korea all around their neck and identify them at the obstacle to a resolution to this crisis. >> martha: gentlemen, thank you very much. jose and david, good to see you both tonight. >> thank you. >> martha: coming up next, we are back on the ground in texas hurricane harv j continues to barrel toward the coast. the storm is the most powerful that the u.s. has seen in 12 years. plus this: why do apple and jp morgan think it's socially conscious to back the southern law property center. the group that's calling the family research council a christian organization a hate group. victor davis hanson is here with his take next. what's up guys? we're dude perfect. make sure you check out bass pro shops' fall hunting classic, the biggest hunting show and sale of the year. (male announcer) hey, it's time for great deals on great gear! plus, weekends duri
FOX News
May 10, 2017 4:00pm PDT
dig a hole to china. at&t is working with farmers to improve irrigation techniques. remote moisture sensors use a reliable network to tell them when and where to water. so that farmers like ray can compete in big ways. china. oh ... he got there. that's the power of and. >> martha: from the beltway to the university commencement speech at penn state, we leave you with a little wisdom from our old friend esther rogers. when i say it's you i like, i'm talking about that deep part of you that allows you to stand for those things without which humankind cannot survive. love that conquers hate, peace that rises triumphant over war and justice that proved more powerful than greed. good night, everybody, . >> tucker: good evening and welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." yesterday as you may have heard by now, the president fired fbi director james, a. the white house says comey got canned because he overstepped his bounds in the hillary clinton email investigation. whether you believe that explanation or not there's an awful lot of evidence that we do with wrong man to run the world's most
FOX News
Aug 1, 2017 4:00pm PDT
week. president trump has been direct in recent weeks about saying that china has not done nearly enough to help deter the threats. and rex tillerson made clear that this is an urgent situation, but the administration is still optimistic that a diplomatic solution can be reached. >> we do believe that china has ace special and unique relationship because of that a significant economic activity to influence the north korean regime in ways that no one else can. that's why we continue to call upon them to use that influence with north korea to create the conditions where we can have a predictable productive dialogue. >> the possibility of war is alive. republicans are declaring that the only option for president trump is to destroy not just north korea's nuclear program, but to destroy the nation of north korea itself. pressed on that again at the podium, sarah huckabee sanders said all options are on the table. she stressed as we have heard before, the president is not going to telegraph what he plans to do in the days ahead. >> dana: while the president said today that twitter is t
FOX News
Jun 1, 2017 4:00pm PDT
asked to do a lot more than others. look at the 2030 deadline for china. >> i think the key points to be made here from the other side of the conversation is go ask g.e., go ask michelle, go ask exxonmobil. go ask rex teller's in the secretary of state, go ask ivanka trump. these people all say this is not good for american industry, not good for american jobs. it puts us as a disadvantage, it allows the chinese and europeans to take the initiative. >> sandra: they were absent from the rose garden and i'll give this to you, we were told that she was not president stomach present because of a jewish holiday. rex tiller's and who did save you should have a seat of the table because of this, he was in favor of staying in. what does this say about possible division within this white house on this decision? >> it means conservatives one which is great, that's a good thing for our country. this agreement would have cost the united states $3 trillion in lost gdp, 6.5 million industrial jobs. you know what it would've done to the global temperatures? it would have reduced global temperatur
FOX News
Jul 4, 2017 4:00pm PDT
something else it's very important. china and russia, what might the conversation be like as we look forward to the g20. president trump leaving for that this week. >> bret: kevin corke live on the north lawn. thank you. let's check in with chief washington correspondent james rosen. president trump is the latest in a long line of american presidents to be confronted with north korea's nuclear threat. >> this is true, and the choices made by american presidents across both parties and across the decades dating back to the clinton administration have left the current president donald trump with exceedingly few options for handling the north korean threat in any satisfactory way. because the military option which we are always told remains on the table would involve perhaps escalatory action by north korea involving its ballistic missile capability, also its conventional artillery capability that would be leveled at the residence of seoul, south korea, and likely cause tens of thousands of casualties. as for right now what the trump administration appears to be doing is focusing, in addition t
FOX News
Jun 27, 2017 4:00pm PDT
china and other countries. that could mean jobs, but it could also mean fixing the trade imbalance that the president talked about. >> martha: fascinating. we talk about energy independence for decades, and it changes your national security dynamic. in a huge way, when you are no longer beholden to other countries in the middle east for your energy, it's a huge game changer. i want to ask you before i let you go, and terms of the mood on the ground at the white house. he is a very interesting man, and he sort of pushed it off like everything's fine, we are getting our work done. is that your understanding, ed? >> there's always political problems for the present, people around here say we are just fine, but gary cohn is a gathers been through a lot of battles on wall street. he has that calm, cool demeanor. he told me a quick anecdote that they have one country out west this come to them several times that they are trying to build a copper plant. they've been turned out twice by the federal government. i said is that for a few months? he said no, more than ten years. trying to buil
FOX News
Aug 23, 2017 4:00pm PDT
previously not have beef into china. these are the positive things that don't necessarily get the media attention that they should that this president is getting accomplished. >> martha: does he need to be given a shot, crystal? >> he has had plenty of time and plenty of shots. [crowd booing] >> he has republican control of the senate and republican control of the house of representatives. it's really on the republicans to get things done. he would rather spend his time on twitter and going back over the election results and rehashing media coverage and watching cable news than getting things done. >> martha: open dialogue. boos from the crowd. we are all about unity here. >> martha: all right. so kentucky state fair. we will show you what we saw today and what we ate when we come back. ♪ that goes beyond assuming ingredients are safe... to knowing they are. going beyond expectations... because our pets deserve it. beyond. natural pet food. six of you for when thyou stretch out.t i want you to stay this bright blue forever, that's why you'll stay in this drawer forever. i can't live w
FOX News
Jun 22, 2017 4:00pm PDT
of state underscored recently. there's a lot of china can do, they have the leverage on north korea. i think they have to make clear that unless they do more, were going to have to put secondary sanctions on chinese financial institutions, expand our missile defense, expand our naval presence. if those are steps we don't necessarily want to take but will have to. >> martha: is not a ton of tourism in north korea but i understand the meaning behind what you are trying to do and to prevent anyone from seeing the same fate that otto warmbier it saw when he visited that country. there are still individuals that are there, there are three other americans. what can be done in congress, are you putting pressure on the situation representative wilson to try to bring them home and use this as some sort of leverage. >> sadly we've had 17 americans held by the north koreans over the last ten years. at three still are in custody, we will be making every effort, and i appreciate the extraordinary efforts of president trump, every effort will be made to bring these persons home, to protect americ
FOX News
Aug 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
china sea heading for singapore when the coalition happened. the uss mccain was able to limp into port where it now sits with a gapping hole in its side. the search for the 10 missing sailors is still being called search and rescue but it will soon being search and recovery. four of the five sailors injured are in singapore hospitals. the one-day operational pause for u.s. navy ships will give the military a chance to review whether there are syste systemic proble. off the coast of japan killing seven sailors. ththe collision was deemed escapable. a guided missile cruiser was struck by a small fishing boat off the korean peninsula. and in january another missile cruiser ran aground in tokyo bay. here is the defense secretary. watch. >> the chief of naval operations broader inquiry will look at all related accidents, incidents at sea, that sort of thing. he is going to look at all factors, not justth immediate ones but will fall rightly under the commanders investigation of what happened to his ship. trace trace this is also a bad time for the uss mccain to be out of commission. th
FOX News
Jun 8, 2017 4:00pm PDT
with governors, municipal leaders, and also tribal leaders. china instituted the public-private partnership why? because they moved out money from the federal government to the government, you are moving this data source. he is trying to bring it closer to home so that hypothetically the federal government provides 20% of the funding, you are encouraging to get the 80% from the private piece. you are encouraging their mayors and the governors in the tribal leaders who are closer to those who will invest the money and create the jobs who will execute and complete the projects. it is very exciting. this is called stimulus under president obama, a fraction that is 10% made it to infrastructure. at the rest goes in the big black hole programs in washington, d.c., that don't really fix those roads and bridges and don'ts buildings. and he and secretary elaine chao and tomorrow, the tomorrow will have the roads and announcement after the infrastructure. people should tune into large head, because it affects every single person in this country as they try to move from point a to point b
FOX News
Aug 14, 2017 4:00pm PDT
, folks. because we can't continue to allow china to rape our country. and that's what they are doing. it's the greatest theft in the history of the world. >> martha: back in fort wayne, indiana in may of 2016. that's candidate trump promising to crack down on chinese trade practices. he has talked about it for decades. really. today president trump took a step toward that goal signing a memo that could lead to the trade investigation of chinese practices. some believe that the timing on this announcement was actually meant to put pressure on beijing to do more when it comes to north korea. chief national correspondent ed henry joins us live from washington from the white house. good evening, ed. >> martha, good to see you. president trump actually tweeted out this is a major reason why he interrupted his vacation, came back here to washington. remember his vow during the campaign to stand up for american workers. this was a promise made, that is a promise kept tonight. as you say the president signing a memorandum ordering his u.s. trade rep to look into whether there needs to be a f
FOX News
May 5, 2017 4:00pm PDT
on the dictator. he is also lashing out now at his neighbor china for the first time, so it's isolation in the termination setting in. they have three americans being held prisoner. more on that coming up. the democrats out in force to convince voters in the states they want back that this new health care bill will kill them. >> tens and thousands of americans will die if this bill passes. that is a fact. >> people are going to lose their lives. people are going to lose their health coverage. people will die if this becomes a law of the land. >> i can only hope my colleagues come to their senses before inevitably heading so many americans a death sentence. make no mistake that people will die at the results of this bill. >> the bill passed today and the law -- thousands of americans will die. >> martha: it is may 5th, here is the story. we start with -- remember this one? the paul ryan look-alike? push that poor old grandma off the cliff? some would say that it backfired on democrats because because in time obamacareactor that led to them losing 75 seats in the house and the s
FOX News
Jul 31, 2017 4:00pm PDT
in my book, about how they are conniving, . >> dana: so the president wants china to do more. will try to do more, and what could they do? >> we saw the president say that china is not doing anything. >> dana: and all caps. >> and also complaining about kim jong-un, there are certain things that china can do, however, they do not want 25 million north korean refugees, and china kind of likes the fact that there is american soil over there, and they are also a source of cheap labor for china, so china does not want to be defending college students being killed for no reason. >> dana: so you think that china will step up? what are the leverage points that we have? >> this has creeped out in the last week, south korea and japan are saying we want nukes as well, china does not want that on the peninsula in that area because that means that this is trying to push one country to push another, and that is a very tricky hat trick to pull off. >> dana: what do you think of the new chief of staff at the white house? he is a military man, do you think that his leadership at the white house is
FOX News
Jun 19, 2017 4:00pm PDT
up a little bit to take these guys on if they need to. also, our patients with china is going to run out. if china doesn't begin to get some noticeable results that is beginning to change the behavior of the north koreans. obviously, our major diplomatic and a economic sanctions is coming through china's hands here. if that doesn't work, we are going to likely have to go it alone with some very tough sanctions on north korea. also, i believe that the sanctions on china, hard, it tough with china throughout the western pacific and the south china sea. so, i think the administration will give china some more time but i suspect their patience is running out. to be when you believe messages is being sent, is what i'm hearing from you, in terms of the administration? i want to ask about the other a developing situation with syria and what is going on in the push to eradicate isis. we shot down a syrian fighter jet, which is a pretty bold move. i would imagine that you think it was the right one? >> absolutely. syrian pro-regime grown forces were trying to attack our ground forces, coa
FOX News
Aug 15, 2017 4:00pm PDT
is china, which is north korea's only ally and main trading partner. yesterday china banned the import of north korea's most lucrative products, including coal, iron, lead, and seafood. and china wasn't just threatening the north's economy. here is former u.s. ambassador to the u.n. john bolton. watch. >> i think the north koreans, in particular, paid attention to what the chinese said indirectly a few days ago, that if the united states retaliated against the north korea attack, they would stand back. so, in other words, north korea, if you go after guam or something else and the u.s. comes after you, you are on your own. >> analysts say south korea also played a part in the dial down by reit's rating its belief that there will be no attack on north korea unless seoul gives the go ahead. martha? >> martha: trace, thank you. more here tonight lieutenant michael walt green beret commander. and author of eternal -- good to have you here. michael waltz, let me start with you. does it appear that what the white house did here worked? >> well, martha, finally someone stood up to the
FOX News
May 31, 2017 4:00pm PDT
accord. do you know what is in this accord? the deal allows china to basically go on polluting the air at greater levels for decades with no firm promise to ever bring that in. does that make sense? katie pavlich and crystal paul -- crystal ball debate. >> we are going to cancel the paris climate agreements and stop -- unbelievable. and stop all payments of the united states tax dollars to u.n. global warming programs. ♪ ere plaque psoriasis, isn't it time to let the real you shine through? introducing otezla, apremilast. otezla is not an injection or a cream. it's a pill that treats plaque psoriasis differently. some people who took otezla saw 75% clearer skin after 4 months. and otezla's prescribing information has no requirement for routine lab monitoring. don't take otezla if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. otezla may increase the risk of depression. tell your doctor if you have a history of depression or suicidal thoughts, or if these feelings develop. some people taking otezla reported weight loss. your doctor should monitor your weight and may stop treatment. side
FOX News
Jul 5, 2017 4:00pm PDT
the possible options. it would be wonderful if china were to say, gee, were part of the big international trading system, we have interests all over the world, we have a very important trade relationship with united states and other countries. we really can't afford to have this outlier regime under our care behaving the way it is, and we are going to move against them. north korea is already heavily sanctioned by nations all over the world, including the united states, and it is basically a failed state propped up by some of its neighbors and friends, particularly china. so if china could be brought fully to bear, which is it to happen under any president, something might come of that. if that is not to happen, and it does not look like it is happening, despite some earlier hope that it might be, then the question gets much more difficult because obviously we have weaponry, and me, i suppose, could try to impose additional sanctions on north korea, but that process is the very process that you heard nikki haley just described as the one that has been tried before and has ne
FOX News
Jun 16, 2017 4:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Jul 3, 2017 4:00pm PDT
spoke to the president of china and japan, trying to keep that pressure on the world nation of north korea. it was the president with all of these pressing issues, who tweeted out that video that showed him pummeling cnn. an old appearance that the president made on wwe, fake wrestling, some of the president's allies used that to say it was only a joke while a series of pundits at cnn have been treating it as something far more serious. >> i am a cnn commentator. i think that's unacceptable. it's the president of the united states taking things way too far. it's an incitement for violence. he's going to get somebody killed in the media. >> it's not just anti-cnn. it is anti-freedom of the press. anti-freedom of speech. it is a definitive statement by the president of the united states. >> is the president trying to impersonate hugo chavez? vladimir putin? this is exactly the kind of language the leaders use when they are try to undermine the press. >> there are some historical responses but also some serious republicans who did come forward and say they have concerns. as it responses
FOX News
May 15, 2017 4:00pm PDT
? >> notice that putin is saying this publicly. china has been their only backer. now, that vladimir putin is seeing a power vacuum. of course, putin will come out and be like, hey north korea, i have your back, and that will make him a little bit stronger. >> martha: if you throw open the doors of the dark nation, what would people see inside north korea that you think would surprise them the most. >> the reason i wrote the book was to throw up in the doors and showed that these people are smart, rational, and calculating. they boast about their strategies and the strategies have worked. they are not crazy. they know what they are doing. they've been playing us like a photo for decades. >> martha: thank you very much. great to have you here tonight. you have seen the violent protests and riots at uc berkeley aimed at silencing conservative voices. tonight, you will hear why one group refuses to condemn the acts that you see here. plus, the tragic death of 19-year-old timothy piazza at penn state university has gripped the attention and the love for this family, for this nation. timo
FOX News
Jun 29, 2017 4:00pm PDT
moment, and part because china has not delivered him up president trump told would be their ability to rein in the north koreans. so you have president visiting today, and it was an interesting dynamic to watch, because he's really so different than the last two south korean presidents. he wants to go back to what was called the sunshine policy trying to open relationships with the north, believing that there is an opportunity here for some kind of reproach. even see the u.s. and north korea at a head. he had to really get a feel for what president trump is talking about. and try to set of the president, if there's a military showdown, a lot of south koreans are going to get her to. >> martha: just a few seconds left, but i won't get pete's on that. >> you are making news tonight. juan and i absolutely agree. we have to get on the same page with south korea. we need to get the chinese involved. and then this president needs to reach out to congress to make sure that republicans and democrats are on the same page. juan, great insights, thank you. [laughs] >> it's a first, pete. >> marth
FOX News
Aug 16, 2017 4:00pm PDT
: he says to me the economic floor with china is everything, we to be ma nyackly fixed on that. what about those who don't want to mechanics with the trading system. he said they're wetting themselveses, there's treys gary coen and goldman sachs lobbying. maryanne? >> think about it, martha, steve bannon gives his interview tonight and this morning it was reported that donald trump was afraid to fire him because he a's frayed he will go outside and criticize him. bannon exploited that weakness. don't think this the end of steve bannon doing exactly that. >> martha: thanks, guys, good to see you. >> great to see you. >> martha: tonight, a major sports network is under fire for broadcasting a fantasy football draft that colorado critics say looked like a slave auction. wait until you see this thing. two former nfl players, burgess owens and dak brewer have different takes on this. >>. [auctioneering speech] sold, $44, to the man up front, wild man. i am totally blind. and non-24 can throw my days and nights out of sync, keeping me from the things i love to do. talk to your doctor, and
FOX News
Aug 9, 2017 4:00pm PDT
candidate vowed that he would force, use the word force china to deal with this for the u.s. economically. that has not worked out either, dana. >> dana: now it's on the president's plate and he has to play with the cards he's been dealt. thanks very much. and now brian and matt are here. brian, i remember back in -- right after 9-11 when was bush said bring it on. dead or alive. and the media really went after him saying he's a cowboy and a war monger. but i feel like comments like the ones president trump made yesterday could fit the moment. at least you know where he stands. what do you think? >> i think what you get out of the left and the media is sort of silly politics. i remember a time when ronald reagan referred to the soviet union as the evil empire. i was a young kid. i remember the left and the democrats going crazy then. i think it's important that the president set a marker yesterday just as reagan set a marker 25 years ago. this is a very delicate situation that requires diplomacy and everything at the table. what it doesn't require is silly politics coming into the filter.
FOX News
Aug 4, 2017 4:00pm PDT
, from china as they hold military drills targeting mock u.s. targets the day after north korea fires off their icbm. trade war, what it could mean for your wallet. plus, - - . >> discuss any opinion that my members have, but, um, my decision about how long i stay is not up to them. >> nancy pelosi may not be so confident tonight as several new reports surface of a democrat divide that could split the party. and why the new trailer for death wish is being called racist. ben shapiroe will be here with his thoughts coming up. >> we gotta talk about what's happening in chicago. >> everybody's watching this viral video, this guy in the hoody they're calling the grim reaper. >> the carjacking. >> is he right for taking the law into his own hands? >> what about the shooter? >> looked like a white dude. st . with choices like the classic crab lover's dream and new favorites like dueling crab legs with dungeness and snow crab. it's happening right now right here at crabfest. red lobster. now this is seafood. when this guy got a flat tire in the middle of the night. hold on dad... liberty did
FOX News
Aug 7, 2017 4:00pm PDT
response to ballistic missile tests the united nations including sign on from china and russia unanimously hit north korea with a new round the sanctions meant to cripple its economy. in retaliation north korea's state tv promised to make america pay quote a thousand times. secretary of state rex tillerson says the u.s. and the rest of the world will not back down. >> i think, perhaps, the more important element of that is just the message that this sends to north korea of how unacceptable the entire national community finds what we are doing. >> dana: u.n. ambassador nikki haley is here in just moments on what she called the quote, gut punch to north korea. we begin with trace gallagher in our west coast newsroom. trace? >> dana, not surprisingly, president trump and south korea president moon is applauding the u.n. sanctions it is a bit more surprising that china is on board even warning north korea not to provoke the international community and violate the united nations by firing off missiles and testing nukes. the comments are significant because china is the north's econo
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Jun 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
to do with china and it comes in the wake of these horrific killings killing of otto warmbier or, a slow death it appears by the north koreans. this is what the president said. while he greatly appreciates the efforts of the present and china to help with north korea, it has not worked out, at least i know china tried. what you think he means by that? >> pete: i'm assuming that he's reflecting on what happened with warmbier, that has clearly been on his mind, he is very concerned about that. i think he recognizes and believes that the chinese really tried to help to get otto out of north korea, but they were unsuccessful in that effort and that is one of the reasons that otto is dead today. we all mourn with otto's family and with the other americans and with the americans letter north korea, but i don't think you can expand this and say the president at this point in time is saying china, we can't expect china to help with north korea. on this particular issue china was not successful in getting otto out. >> martha: it's depressing them, though? is he saying you can do better, it h
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Jul 6, 2017 4:00pm PDT
united states, president trump sent out a tweet in which he pointed out that trade between china and north korea had increased by 40% at a time that president trump thought that china should be restricting trade with north korea, trying to put the screws on it. the president team to suggest that he'd given up on the idea of china helping rain in, and he saw just a couple seconds ago, never give up. the president tweaking, president xi, him having dinner, and the prime minister of japan, tweeting great trilateral meeting. he's actually the prime minister, not the president. at the u.s. consulate in hamburg. the meeting was to discuss the strategy on north korea, which clearly has become all the more urgent since that test, the intercontinental ballistic missile in the fourth of july. another big bilateral meeting coming up tomorrow, you alluded to this a couple seconds ago, dana. president trump's very first meeting with president vladimir putin of russia. they talked on the phone, there is the first face-to-face. the speech today, in warsaw, the president urging russia and president
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May 29, 2017 7:00pm PDT
means. what should be the next step by the united states? >> we are largely relying on china. china has convinced the president they intend to do something. we have to be very clear eyed when we are dealing with china. it is china. that has tolerated north korea to have nuclear missiles. it is china that is tolerating north korea to test ballistic missiles.. some of those ballistic missiles looked remarkably similar to the ones of china -- that they already have. we have to go into this thing knowing china may be gaming us a little bit and not give us the results they want. if that happens, then we have to be prepared to go it alone here and really slam hard on somen sanctions on north korea to see if we can get their attention. nothing has really ever worked for these guys in the past. that's why everyone is so concerned. >> sandra: i want to share with our viewers the reaction or the answer that defense secretary james mattis gave when asked the question, what keeps you up at night? listen. >> nothing. i keep other people awake at night. >> sandra: nogh hesitation ther there. >> i
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Jul 7, 2017 4:00pm PDT
president meets with sheeting pang of china. the president has had some things to say about china in recent days. edit -- about fixing the north korean problem. the president was asked about a tweet that he sent out earlier this week in which he said to never give up. that's going to be another important meeting here at the g20 summit. >> dana: thank you so much. here now is charles krauthammer, syndicate a columnist and fox news contractor, and author of a best-selling book. charles, as he looked at this, an important meeting with a lot of build up. what matters most for both of these leaders today? >> it was really one issue on the table that could be really addressed. it was syria, and that did turn out to be the case. the idea but adjudicating the meddling in the 2016 election was always going to be farcical. pruden is a kgb agent. he is a liar. he would never admit to anythin anything. that was not going to go anywhere. i think what was important is that our president would say we know what you did, don't do it again or you -- you are going to suffer. that's the message, that
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Jun 5, 2017 4:00pm PDT
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Jun 26, 2017 4:00pm PDT
. and we will have to do this. we will have to sanction china's banks and of the entities in china but do business with north korea because 90% of their businesses with china. and that is going to cause the chinese to be outraged by it, they are going to put pressure on us as a result of it, the relationship will change so much because of it, but this is the reality and the path that we are on. >> shannon: the other options are not good ones. i think it might have been -- we talked about a president will be faced where an icbm is sitting on the launch pad in north korea, and we don't know it is in it, and we have to make a decision. it seems like there are no good options. >> there are no good options. and the military option, if we had to exercise that, if we thought that that was a nuclear missile based capable of reachs or our allies, we would have to take out the nuclear rockets, we would also have to call yang and take out leadership, they would unleash thousands of missiles on south korea, so we would be at war with north korea. no doubt about it. >> shannon: no one wants that, e
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Jul 27, 2017 4:00pm PDT
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Jul 18, 2017 4:00pm PDT
ambassador to china. more on that story as we get it. also just in moments ago the white house confirming that president trump had a second and previously undisclosed face-to-face meeting with vladimir putin at the g20. another developing story and we'll tell you what's there straight ahead. also new developments in the unmasking probe. another obama official has agreed to testify. jonathan turley will tell us why he thinks some of the charges are bizarre and dangerous. he's here to describe. beyond is a natural pet food that goes beyond assuming ingredients are safe... to knowing they are. going beyond expectations... because our pets deserve it. beyond. natural pet food. the unpredictability of a flaree may weigh on your mind. thinking about what to avoid, where to go, and how to work around your uc. that's how i thought it had to be. but then i talked to my doctor about humira, and learned humira can help get and keep uc under control... when certain medications haven't worked well enough. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fat
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Jun 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
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May 16, 2017 4:00pm PDT
to me, just to a thought experiment, if the president was talking to the president of china, which he was at mar-a-lago, and they were talking about north korea, and the president says, you really got to do something to constrain these guys, and the president of china says, why, could president trump say, we have intelligence that they are developing missiles that could be long-range and comforted -- , oops, i can't tell you that, mr. president, confidential information. of course he should share that information. the chinese probably know it anyway. the point that has been says by several people today, these kinds of exchanges take place all the time. did he do harm? to to do damage? we have no evidence that it did. the israelis certainly aren't upset about it. they show their full confidence to the united states. let's put it in perspective. >> martha: i hear what you are saying. but there is an argument to be made that in some of these cases, the white house is sort of handing their opposition quite a bit of material to chew on. and that they are doing that on a daily basis. let
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Aug 22, 2017 4:00pm PDT
united states and china to his threats to fire missiles near guam. and he is, i think, rethinking what his next move. but i would point out that september the 9th is an anniversary of the founding of north korea. last year on september 9th, he did his fifth nuclear weapons test. so i would like a little more time before i congratulate the north korean leader for changing directions. >> martha: marie, what did you think about secretary tillerson today? >> i agree with what dennis just said. i do think we have stepped back from the brink here a little bit. you mentioned some of the rhetoric surrounding this new u.s. south korean military exercises. we do these exercises regularly. the north koreans respond with this kind of propaganda every time we do them so it seems like we are back in some sort of a cycle that we have seen for many, many years now. you know, it's absolutely correct to say it's too early, i think, to take a victory lap here but, look, the fact that north korea did back down from its initial threats to go after guam, which a lot of us thought they would never actually d
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May 19, 2017 4:00pm PDT
. this president is facing radical islam that has gone into a global jihad. china, iran, russia, we got a rogue nation in north korea that is threatening to use nuclear weapons against our allies and the united states. and we've got cyber offensive attacks that is using cyber espionage to take down information and also to take our intellectual property. no president has based anything on a scale like that for some time and the fact that he's looking straight in the eyes and say, "i'm going after this. i'm going right after the problem." i think it's courageous and i think it's bold on his part to do it. >> sandra: general jack keane, thank you. >> nice talking to you, sandra. >> sandra: still ahead, more on those two bombshell reports on on the trump a ministrations alleged ties to russia. and the comments they made it bragging to russian leaders about firing "not job call nut job comey" "there could already be a problem. why democrats say joe lieberman is not the right man for the job. plus president pence? how the vice president is building political capital in spite of a swirl of scand
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Aug 8, 2017 4:00pm PDT
: as we look to china to try to help us, with the sanctions that were put in place, about a billion dollars but will it hurt enough what you think there needs to be more pressure brought to bear? >> they were more than happy to allow 10% of their population starving me '90s. i don't know if the sanctions are going to work in that way. the good thing about the sanctions, the international community allied against them. instead of saying americans versus us, it's the whole world against them. >> dana: here now, a senator whose state is within range. it dan sullivan, alaskan senator. he served on the armed services committee. what you hear from citizens back in your state? you might be there now or maybe you are in d.c. i show that poll from cbs. people across america are concerned. what's the level of concern in alaska? >> there's concern like all americans but there's also pride. alaska is the cornerstone of our nations missile defense. i have a bill to bolster our own missile defense but right now, there aren't alaskan's 24/7, our 49th missile defense battalion is literally protecti
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Sep 18, 2017 4:00pm PDT
speaking out against human rights violations, whether it is china or saudis, when it comes to women's rights. this is an organization that instead has condemned israel. which is about the only bright spot of freedom and democracy between the african and asian continents. it is that inconsistency and picking and choosing that needs to change at the u.n., and it hasn't in a long time. >> martha: matt, what's wrong with shaking things up a little bit? it is at atrophied institution, it has done an abismal job, what is wrong with putting it in their face and saying don't you think you can do better? >> look, there is nothing wrong with that. his speech today was perfectly fine. as he noted, they are calling for reform and it is in need of reform and it is tough to run an institution with several hundred countries contributing. but the bigger question is whether he is going to be saying to the u.n., i respect this institution, i want it reformed or i want to tear it down, and we don't know yet exactly which direction he is going to take. if he goes the latter route, that's a real problem,
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