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Dec 4, 2016 9:30am CST
win for workers or just bad business? plus -- >> china is ripping us off. what china is doing to us is horrible. >> announcer: challenging china, trump talking to taiwan, was this breach of protocol a dangerous blunder or smart secretary of state? could this man have the inside track. >> very good conversation and we'll see where it goes from here. >> announcer: we'll ask general david petraeus should his mishandling of classified information take him out of the running? the country in transition. >> we're not going to be divided for long. i've always brought people together. >> announcer: what's fact, what's fiction and what's next? mike pence, david here live from abc news, it's "this week." here now chief anchor, george stephanopoulos. >> good morning, let's get right to it. we are joined by the man leading the trump transition, vice president-elect mike pence. congratulations on your victory. >> thank you, george. >> thank you for coming in. let's get right to china. that call with the leader of taiwan. as far as we know no president or president-elect has spoken with taiwan's l
ABC
Jan 15, 2017 8:08am PST
. >> on china, the president-elect told "the wall street journal" the one china policy was also negotiable depending on what china does with other issues. including currency manipulation. rex tillerson said there are no plans to do away with the one china policy. the chinese have said it's not negotiable. so where does that stand right now? >> well, i think both gentlemen are correct. rex tillerson is correct. there are no plans to change the one china policy. that policy is on the table if china doesn't also come to the table and work with us on trade. work with us on the south china sea and what's happening there. there's a lot going on that is hurting this country. and there's a lot of businesses and a lot of people that put president-elect trump in office because they are counting on him to get our relationships with china straightened out. as part of that negotiation, as part of fulfilling that promise, all of the issues are on the table. at the same time, rex tillerson is correct. there's no predetermined path here. but it's something that is going to be discussed and deci
ABC
Apr 2, 2017 8:00am PDT
isis, facing a full-blown crisis with north korea. and with a critical meeting with china's president days away, this hour, we'll dig into the dangers the russian investigations pose to the president. and we'll confront how trump's struggles could affect america's place in the world. with three influential voices. ash carter joins us exclusively. he's the highest ranking member of president obama's cabinet to speak out since trump took office. and armed services committee chair, senator john mccain, now breaking with trump on a range of critical issues. we begin with the first sunday morning interview with a member of donald trump's core foreign policy team. u.s. ambassador to the united nations nikki haley. ambassador haley, thank you for joining us this morning. >> good morning, martha. >> i want to start with russia. president trump has been tweeting again this week end, calling the trump/russia story fake news. do you think it's fake news? phony? a total scam, as the president says? >> i can tell you, martha, that things are very busy at the united nations. what i'm focused on is
ABC
Nov 22, 2009 10:30am EST
their own governments accountable. >> the irony there, that town hall wasn't broadcast across china. blogs reported on it were shut down. on the other happened, the administration said they made progress behind closed doors. >> it must have been. this was -- it seems to be a studied, calculated insult to the president. if george w. bush conducted a trip like this where he got nothing except insults, this town would be incandescent. >> he's right. the free throw of information is crucial for any economy that wants to grow in the 21st century. i think the market, you can't own currencies. i rather bet on an economy in india where they're creating google apps. >> bob, i think any president who went at this time, probably would have done something similar to what president clinton did on his trip. is this just reality snow? one of the things that we have to deal with is the fact, our power relative to china is decline zmrg we don't have a strong hand. obama did not have a strong hand going to china. i don't know exactly what the trip was arranged to do, what the objective of the trip. o
ABC
Apr 16, 2017 9:00am EDT
today, the start of a ten-day asia tour. with china warning both sides to cool it, north korea is at the top of the agenda. in a moment, we'll talk to security adviser h.r. mcmaster. he's in afghanistan, where the united states just proved what it can do with a mother of all bomb strikes on isis, a dramatic show of american fire power. we begin with north korea's warning that it will annihilate military bases here in south korea. they said in minutes. if the u.s. tries to take out its nuclear program. we visited the most important of those front line bases, osan air base, just south of seoul. 48 miles from the border with north korea. we got exclusive and unprecedented access. ♪ if north korea pulls the trigger this could be target number one. osan air base, just 48 miles from north korea, well within range of kim jong-un's existing arsenal of missiles carrying god knows what. so a this is serious stuff. >> yes, ma'am. this is your third set of blast doors here. >> reporter: the first line of defense is always on guard. 4/7. m-16s on constant patrol. anti-missile batteries primed a
ABC
Nov 8, 2015 10:00am EST
. >>> up next, bob woodruff reports from the south china sea on that breakthrough between taiwan and china and what it meanfor the u.s. that breakthrough between taiwan and china and what it >>> there you see the first handshake between leaders of china and taiwan in 66 years, it lasted a full minute. opening talks to signal a new phase for those two countries. all of asia and the u.s., as bob woodruff explains from his visit to the south china sea with defense secretary ash carter. >> reporter: we met defense secretary ash carter on the "uss roosevelt." on patrol in the south china sea, the accept center of this new clash, america surveillance shows china on a building spree. one of the biggest back in 2012. here it is today. other countries nervous, this territory around the spratly islands is claimed by many, including vietnam and the philippines. >> they built hundreds of meters in the past couple of months. >> reporter: u.s. military planes watching from the air and this week going further, president obama sending a guided missile destroyer within 12 nautical miles of one island
ABC
Jan 1, 2017 9:03am EST
seen diplomats -- >> hold on. in 2015 china took sensitive data, people like me, classified or personal information where we lived, things we had written down on our applications and security clearances and a white house statement wasn't issued. no action publicly was taken. nothing. nothing was taken when millions of people had their private information including information on security clearances that was shared. not one thing happened. there is a question about whether there is a political retribution here versus a diplomatic response. >> it sounds like you think these measures are too much? >> the president-elect needs to sit down with the heads of the intelligence committees next week and get a full briefing on what ty and whether or not the obama administration's response was in proportion to the actions taken. maybe it was, maybe it wasn't. i would argue that if you look at our history, you haven't seen a response like that in modern history for any action. when you look at the fact that china did something so egregious in 2015 and the white house did nothing publicly, n
ABC
Oct 22, 2017 9:00am EDT
president approving on afghanistan, i believe, that is seeking to get china's attention. to deal with the north korean situation in a way that is ever more pressing. so, again, this is a superb group of individuals. they're not all military, obviously, secretary tillerson. >> general petraeus, earlier, thes kind of dodged a question. saying the the team is important. you dodged a question about whether president trump was fit for office. saying it was immaterial because of the the team. immaterial? >> look, i felt it was inappropriate for a former general to be judging whether someone elected by the american people is fit or not. he's our president. and what we need to do as a country is try to support those who are supporting him. so that we can, indeed, continue this economic growth that we have had. so we can shore up national defenses. come to grip with issues like immigration reform, infrastructure investment, tax reform, and the rest. >> and i do want to talk about nig e niger and what happened there, is this an intelligence failure? >> we don't know. that's why there's a team from
ABC
Dec 4, 2016 8:00am PST
discussion i think is very much warranted with russia and, indeed, with china as well as our allies and partners around the world. >> is a meeting of the minds possible with russia on syria? when you were in the government you were advocating arming and supporting the syrian rebels. president-elect trump doesn't seem all that interested in that and russia has been decimating them in recent weeks. >> well, look, let's, first of all, focus on the defeat of da'esh, of the islamic state and the al qaeda affiliate in syria, in some cases that will be pursued in support of some of the opposition forces that are on the ground in syria. that is the primary vehicle we have on the ground, and it is what is being enabled by our intelligence surveillance reconnaissance and strike assets overhead. the ultimate resolution of syria inevitably is going to involve all the different regional stakeholders, the sunni opposition forces, the syrian kurds and, indeed, the regime forces that are being supported by russia. and ultimately discussions with russia continuing what secretary kerry has been doing wil
ABC
Dec 31, 2017 10:30am EST
. another test, china. will he continue to treat them as an ally to prevent war with north koreary on trade? on iran, trump must beside on whether to make good with his threat to end the nuclear deal. and a russian threat looms. russia will continue to target the 2018 and 2020 u.s. elections with online information warfare. while trump can claim some success in the fight against the islamic state -- >> we have dealt isis one devastating defeat after another. >> reporter: what's left of the insurgent force is pushing into parts of syria and outside the middle east. and of course isis continues to inspire those lone wolfs here at home and around the globe. how will trump handle those challenges both domestic and agrod in the new year? joining me now, former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff under presidents george w. bush and barack obama, general mall mick mullen. can youe the trump presidency? >> it's been incredibly disruptive. certainly, unpredictable in many, many ways. what you talked about globally, martha, certain lly from those o is have been our friends for many years, ask
ABC
Nov 22, 2009 10:00am EST
reform. >> how much time will the chinese give us? president obama in china this week. thank you for that segue. and real questions over how much he achieved on this trip. let's talk about that a little. let's first show him in at town meeting in shanghai. >> first of all, let me say, i have never ud twitter. i think that the more freely information flows, the stronger the society becomes. because then citizens of countries around the world can hold their own governments accountable. >> the irony there, george, that town hall wasn't broadcast across china. blogs that reported on it were shut down. on the other hand, the administration said they made progress behind closed doors. >> it must have been. in the open doors, he had a press conference at which no questions were allowed. this was -- it seems to be a studied, calculated insult to the president. and if george w. bush conducted a trip like this where he got nothing except insults, this town would be incandescent. >> well, you know, he's right. the free flow of information is crucial for any economy that wants to grow in the 21s
ABC
Jun 23, 2013 8:00am PDT
we're losing the cyber war to china. is he right? >> i think our nation has been significantly impacted with intellectual property with the theft of intellectual property by china and others. that is the most significant transfer of wealth in history. and it goes right back to your initial question. who's taking our information is one of the things i believe the american people would expect me to know. that's one of my missions, who's doing this and why. the initial question, why, that's part of the answer. who's coming after us, we need to know that so we can defend the nation. >> general, thank you very much for your time. >> thank you. >>> more with martha raddatz, and dan seymour, and richard haas. author of a new book, foreign policy begins at home. let me begin with you. you put out a powerful tweet this morning saying that by releasing snowden, china threw away the chance to invest in relations with the united states. >> china talked about a win-win relationship to be a model of relations between major powers of the day. and instead gone for a short-term game. plus, whether china
ABC
May 6, 2012 10:00am EDT
you about chen guangcheng who sought refugee in china. mitt romney said if the reports are true, it's a dark day for the obama administration. do you have any critics for mitt romney about the president's handling of the situation? >> what i think is shameful is when presidential candidates are so craving to score political points they speak irresponsibly on half information when the president is trying and the administration is trying to resolve a situation that is very, very sensitive and very difficult. we want to help mr. chen achieve his goal, which is to come here. and we want to do it in accordance with our values and we want to be successful in doing that. and we are making progress in that regard. it doesn't help to have candidates blunder busting around, trying to score political points when we are in the middle of that process. >> david axelrod, thanks for joining us. have a good sunday. we are joined in the studio with with the president's opponent in 2008, senator john mccain. thanks for being here. >> thanks for having me on. >> you heard david axelrod said that mi
ABC
May 25, 2014 3:00pm PDT
the growing cyber war between the u.s. and china. u.s. officials charging members of a shadowy unit in the chinese military, accusing its agents of stealing trade secrets from american companies. pierre thomas is back with the dramatic details. >> reporter: the fbi claims the scale of china's theft of u.s. company research, design and marketing strategy has reached a point that something had to be done. >> the amount of theft that's going on is simply staggering. >> reporter: so, for the first time ever, the justice department prosecutors charged the chinese military for hacking into u.s. companies, stealing extraordinary amounts of trade secrets, of state spooned espionage, costing americans jobs. >> it's going to make a big difference in the competitive landscape. american companies won't exist any more in some fields. >> reporter: richard baker was part of the security firm that helped uncover the alleged chinese hacking. >> last year alone 3,000 companies received u.s. notification they received a significant breach, most attributed to the chinese. >> reporter: in other words, w
ABC
Jan 10, 2016 10:00am EST
facebook and twitter. >>> financial markets open the year deep in the red after a sell-off in china on monday sparked the same all over the world. the dow ending the week down more than a thousand points for the worst open in years despite friday that capped the best two years of job gains 1990s. what's behind it and what's it mean for your money? here to discuss it, economists, glenn university business school former chair of of economic advisers under george w. bush university of new york and "the new york times." you took on this question of whether china will cause a global crisis in your column on friday. we heard people like george soros say it was as bad as 2008. >> china is messed up. i'm definitely buying into the hard landing for china story now. it looks like a bad mess and it looks like japan when it had its big bust but only worse without the social cohesion. china looks bad. the question is whether you can make that a story where the rest of the world gets dragged down and numbers make that a hard story to tell. even now, even with all the globalization, the united states
ABC
Dec 21, 2014 10:30am EST
north korea's only allies, to use its influence. the irony is that the request for china's help came only seven months after the justice department charged several chinese military officers with hacking u.s. companies. george, this is a challenging situation. >> yeah, it is a brand-new world. okay, pierre, we're going to dig into it now with our experts. major general brett williams and fran townsend, former without and homeland security director and counterterrorism adviser now with cnn, thor halvorssen, president and founder of the human rights activist and mitch singer, former strategy officer for sony. and, mitch, let me begin with you. you've been pretty outspoken defending sony. how would you respond to the president's critique? >> well, look, i mean, we all certainly agree with the president. the idea that, you know, a foreign nation reached across the pacific and actually did this to us is frightening, is frightening and -- but i think -- i think in the end if you really think about it, you know, blaming a victim here, and there's no question that sony was the victim of an un
ABC
Sep 3, 2017 8:00am PDT
is a rogue nation which has become a great threat and embarrassment to china, which is trying to help, but with little success. south korea is finding, as i have told them, that their talk of appeasement with north korea will not work. they only understand one thing. for the president, it is a return to the tough tone of early august. >> north korea best not make any more threats to the united states. they will be met with fire and fury. like the world has never seen. >> reporter: that was president trump in early august. his tough talk cranking up the heat. >> if anything, maybe that statement wasn't tough enough. and we're backed by 100% by our military. >> reporter: we were with the military in the region weeks ago. i went to osan air base in south korea and witnessed the military flying some of its most advanced warplanes. >> all right, here we go. >> reporter: we were given incredibly rare access. a backseat ride-along on an f-16. >> present altitude, 7,000. >> reporter: in the front seat, captain true daniels. from the 36th fighter squadron. >> it's a pretty smooth ride, th
ABC
Dec 1, 2013 8:00am PST
fallout, from our powerhouse roundtable. >>> then, battle of wills. u.s. faces new challenges with china, afghanistan and iran, can america prevail? how will the president manage these multiple crises? an exclusive look at obama's strategy. >>> plus, it's america's game. >> helmet goes flying. >> but on this thanksgiving weekend, new questions about the dangers, should you let your kids play? >>> and bono. >> there's a chance of having the first aids-free generation. >> our exclusive interview. all that, right here, on this sunday morning. >>> good morning. hope you all had a great thanksgiving weekend. >>> we have a lot to get to this morning. starting with that deadline for obama care. hard to imagine a more shaky launch, we're learning that at one point the white house considered scrapping the site and starting all over again. in a brand-new report, the white house says the website is meeting its goals and working smoothly for the vast majority of users. abc's rebecca jarvis is tracking the story. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is the eight-page report. it says they have now
ABC
Sep 27, 2009 10:00am EDT
to encourage you to do some shopping. china immediately bought eight banks and the state of wyoming. china immediately bought eight banks and the state of wyoming. they bought it all. captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> and we begin with the secretary of defense robert gates. welcome back to "this week." >> thank you. >> national security was front and center all week long. let's begin with afghanistan. we saw the leak of general mcchrystal's review. and he concluded that the u.s. has about 12 months to reverse taliban momentum. and without new troops, the strategy laid out by the president would fail. i want to show what the president said back in march when he laid out that strategy. he called it new and comprehensive. >> this marks the conclusion of a careful policy review. my administration has heard from our military commanders as well as diplomats. we consulted with the pakistani and afghan governments. and with other donors and international organizations. we also worked closely with members of congress here at home. >> now this was clearly carefully considered strategy. and n
ABC
Dec 4, 2016 9:31am CST
for coming in. let's get right to china. that call with the leader of taiwan. as far as we know no president or president-elect has spoken with taiwan's leader in nearly four decades. why did mr. trump choose to break that precedent in well, morning after the election, we've seen the president-elect engaging the world. he's spoken to more than 50 world leaders. i've spoken to several dozen myself and he received a courtesy call from the democratically elected president of taiwan. >> that was prearranged, wasn't it. >> congratulating him. they've reached out as world leaders have and he took the call, accepted her congratulations and good wishes and it was >> did he intend to send the kind of signal it sent because the chinese government has already complained go it. how did you respond to it? >> i understand some of the controversy in the media about this but -- >> not just the media. it's with the chinese government. >> yes, of course, but i would tell you that i think -- i think the american people find it very refreshing, the energy that our president-elect is bringing to this w
ABC
Jan 10, 2016 9:00am CST
column on friday. we heard people like george soros say it was as bad as 2008. >> china is messed up. i'm definitely buying into the hard landing for china story now. it looks like a bad mess and it looks like japan when it had its big bust but only worse without the social cohesion. china looks bad. the question is whether you can make that a story where the rest of the world gets dragged down and numbers make that a hard story totoell. globalization, the united states only sells about $1 in $7 of and most of that is to canada, europe, not to china. so, it's a little bit haha to tell that story. but, you know, like i said in the column, i don't have the even though the numbers don't work i'm worried. >> so the markets overreact. >> no, i am worried about china. paul is right. our direct exposure to china and trade is small. exports are only two-thirds of our gdp. but that's a known known. the known u uknownknown is the chinese debt problem which is large but the scariest is the unknown unknown. we all know that china has a lot of negative net present value investment. it's an econom
ABC
Jan 10, 2016 10:00am EST
-off in china on monday sparked the same all over the world. the dow ending the week down more than a thousand points for the worst open in years despite a blockbutter jobs report on friday. it capped the best two years since the boom days of the 1990s. what's behind it and what's it mean for your money? here to discuss it glen hubbard, dean of columbia university business school former chair of of economic advisers under from the city university of new york and "the new york times." paul, let me begin with you. you took on this question of whether china will cause a global crisis in your column on friday we heard people like george soros say it was as bad as 2008. >> china is messed up. it looks like a bad mess and looks like japan when it had its big bust but worse without the social cohesion. china looks bad. the can he is whether you can make that a story where the rest of the world gets dragged down story to tell. even now, even with all the globalization, the united states only sells about $1 in 7 of what we make to other countries and most of that is to canada, europe, not to
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