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May 8, 2016 8:04am PDT
quote are made overseas. bangladesh. china. >> that's because you can't buy them here. i want to buy television sets here. i want to buy. i buy thousands of television sets here. i have a lot of different projects, as you probably have heard. i buy thousands of sets. i cannot buy a television set in this country. >> if you want other companies to make their products in america, shouldn't you make your products in america? >> they don't make a lot of the products. >> shouldn't you lead by example? >> george, i told you. they don't make this stuff here.
ABC
Dec 4, 2016 9:00am EST
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 strategy? and with the world watching, who will trump tap to be his 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 petraeus, both here live from "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
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
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
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
Nov 8, 2015 9:00am CST
. >>> up next, bob woodruff reports from the south china sea on that breakthrough between taiwan and china and what it means for the u.s. that breakthrough between taiwan and china and what it means for the u.s. >>> 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. 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. the new construction is making 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
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
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
Nov 8, 2015 12:00pm EST
. >>> up next, bob woodruff reports from the south china sea on that breakthrough between means for the u.s. that breakthrough between >>> 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 new clash, america surveillance shows china on a building spree. one of the biggest back in 2012. here it is today. the new construction is making 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. cruising right by the roosevelt during our interview. wha
ABC
Jan 10, 2016 10:00am PST
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 a blockbuster jobs report on friday that capped the best two years of job gains since the boom days of the 1990s. what's behind it and what's it mean for your money? here to discuss it, two of the nation's top economists, glenn hubbard, dean of columbia university business school former chair of of economic advisers under george w. bush and paul klugman 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. 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. make that a story where the rest of the world gets dragged down and numbers make that a hard stor
ABC
Jan 10, 2016 10:00am EST
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 a blockbuster jobs report on friday that capped the best two years of job gains since the boom days of the 1990s. what's behind it and what's it mean for your money? here to discuss it, two of the nation's top economists, glenn hubbard, dean of columbia university business school former chair of of economic advisers under george w. bush and paul klugman 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. 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
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
Jan 10, 2016 12:00pm EST
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 a blockbuster jobs report on friday that capped the best two years of job gains since the boom days of the 1990s. what's behind it and what's it mean for your money? here to discuss it, two of the nation's top economists, glenn hubbard, dean of columbia university business school advisers under george w. bush and paul klugman 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. 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 numbe
ABC
Jan 10, 2016 8:00am CST
red after a sell-off in china on mony sparked the same all over the world. the dow ending the wee down more than a thousand points for the worst open in years despite a blockbutter jobs rort 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, business school former chair of of economic advisers under president bush and paul klugman from the city university of new york and "the new york times." paul, let me begin with you. you took o on ts 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 itad i its big bust but worse without the social cohesion. china looks bad. the can he is whether youou 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 only sells about $1 in 7 of what we make to other countries an
ABC
Jan 10, 2016 11:00am EST
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 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 president bush and paul klugman from the city university of new york and "the new york times." paul, let me begin with you. 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 and numbers make that a hard story to tell. even now, even with all the globalization, the united states only sells about $1 in 7 of what
ABC
Dec 1, 2013 10:00am EST
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
Feb 12, 2017 8:00am PST
relations with china, the country with the most influence over north korea, by backing down on previous threats and affirming the u.s. one china policy. jon karl at the white house. bob woodruff from beijing. bob, you have reported often from north korea. what more do we know about why they launched this missile now? >> reporter: well, george, we're learning more and more. the mid range missile was launched around 7:00 last night your time in the northern part of the country and traveled about 310 miles toward japan before going down into the sea. while this type of missile has not been fully tested yet, most believe it could travel up to 2500 miles, which means it could reach the u.s. territory in guam. as for why this test now? there are several possible reasons why their leader, kim jong-un launched this missile now. it could be to honor his grandfather, kim ill song, because his 104th birthday will be celebrated on friday. some say it is to deliver kim jong-un's first message to president trump, especially while he was meeting with japan's prime minister right there in the
ABC
Jan 15, 2017 9:00am EST
. >> on china, the president-elect told "the wall street journal" the one china policy was also ne gauche shl based on what china does with other issues. rex tillerson said there are no china policy. the chinese have said it's not negotiable. >> i think rex is right. 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 ne dpoesh yags, 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. it will be discussed down the road. >> bernie sanders says james comey should think about stepping down. president-elect trump was tough on the fbi director. saying he disagreed with his final decision o
ABC
Feb 12, 2017 9:00am EST
china, by backing down on previous threats and affirming the u.s. one china policy. jon karl at the white house. bob woodruff from beijing. what do we know? >> reporter: well, george, we're learning more and more. the mid range missile was launched around 7:00 last night your time in the northern part of the country and traveled about 310 miles toward japan before going down into the sea. while this type of missile has not been fully tested yet, most believe it could travel up to 2500 miles, which guam. as for why this pest now? there are several possible reasons why their leader, kim jong-un launched this missile now. it could be to honor his grandfather, because his 104th birthday will be celebrated on friday. some say it is to deliver kim jong-un's first message to president trump, especially while he was meeting with japan's prime minister right there in the united states. no word yet from kim jong-un himself though. the reason remains a mystery. >> what are we hearing from south korea and china? >> reporter: china has not released a statement. the foreign ministry from south ko
ABC
Jan 10, 2016 8:00am CST
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 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 here to discuss it glen hubbard, dean of columbia university business school former chair of of economic advisers under president bush and paul klugman from the city university of new york and "the neneyork 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 and numbers make that a hard story to tell. even now, even with all the globalization, the united states only sells about $1 in 7
ABC
Jan 22, 2017 8:00am PST
quote tells china a, iran. that would be terrible. this legislation, i hope, will get bipartisan support. a mirror thing happened a few years ago. republicans were worried that president obama would lift the iran sanctions. they introduced legislation saying he couldn't do it without congress okay. got 90 votes. i voted for it. >> final question. we now know the intelligence agencies are looking into possible contacts between any trump associates and the russians during the campaign. kellyanne conway said the white house would not interfere. with this investigation. are you confident that's the case? >> i hope so. it would be dramatically bad if they did. bottom line is. we should have a thorough investigation of all the allegations. they are really serious. >> thank you, senator schumer. >> thank you, george.
ABC
Jun 3, 2012 9:00am EDT
right now? >> not just his tax policy, his spending policy, regulatory policy. confronting china on its unfair trade practices. it's labor policy, george. the governor has laid out very detailed plans. what we really have here -- >> as i have know from detailed plans there is nothing there. >> what we have here is a deficit in leadership and this president came into office without prior any experience running anything. he never even ran a corner store and i think it shows in the way he's handling the economy. >> can the president do anything now in. >> he can get congress to act. independent ost mates have put 1 million jobs on the table. that need to move that. we can impact the economy. we can give states the aid e they can to protect the teachers jobs, put construction workers back to work by rebuilding our bridges. >> how about the keystone pipeline? you don't need congress for that. >> we have extended the keystone pipeline at different points in the country. it's currently under review. that's fraction of the jobs that we're talking about here. >> if private sector continued to ex
ABC
Jun 7, 2015 10:30am EDT
to the homeland. also this week the massive cyber attack on the u.s. government. china strongly suspected in the attack. i'm joined now by michael lighter, the former director of the terrorism center. the attack in boston was going to be on police. usaama rahim was killed by boston police it seems like it really worked in this case. >> i think the system did work martha. tragic ending with his death. the front lines are in boston as well and in other cities. as director of the fbi has said they have active investigations in every state of the country of isis sympathizer. in this case they saw someone who was becoming radicalized and execute on some sort of attack and they tried to disrupt it and in that disruption he was killed. that's what we want to think our law enforcement officials doing here in the homeland. >> i want to move to this hack 4 million federal employees, china suspected in this this seems like an epic failure of our cybersecurity. >> it certainly is not a success. the office of personnel management that was hacked has seen previous hacks before and this is a b
ABC
Sep 27, 2015 10:00am EDT
want to ask you a question about china, you said in an op-ed recently, we should retaliate against china for large-scale cyberattacks. are you saying offensive cyber attacks against china? >> i'm saying anyone who attacks us in the cyberspace, they need to understand that there will be consequences for that. you know, we can't just sit around and talk about it. that's going to be one of the real factors in the future, not only that, but we have to harden our grid, we have to have several layers of all alternate energy, we have to get back into space. he who controls space will control the earth. you know there are a lot of things we have to do. we have to take a strong stance. strength is really the defense against aggressiveness by others. >> and just one final question, kanye west told an interviewer earlier this month that, when he heard you speak, he thought that you were the most brilliant guy and he tried to call you. first of all, i want to know whether, have you gotten in touch over the last few weeks? did you get in touch the last few weeks? would you like him to help out
ABC
Apr 9, 2017 8:00am PDT
meeting with the president of china, the president often complained that china is not doing enough to take on the north korean nuclear program. did he convince president xi to take more aggressive action? what was the response to the chinese of the president's determination to go it alone, if he must? >> i can tell you president trump and president xi had very extensive discussions regarding the serious situations in north korea. they met for quite some time, one on one, to discuss north korea. there was a full range of options discussed between the two leaders. president xi expressed agreement that the situation has reached a new level of seriousness and threat. he expressed a view that he wanted to be supportive in terms of causing the regime in pyongyang to change its view. around the future need for those weapons. china has expressed on multiple occasions and they reaffirmed it in our discussions with us here in mar-a-lago that their policy is unchanged. that is for a denuclearized korean peninsula. >> are you seeing the actions you need to see? >> well, we'll wait and see, george. it'
ABC
Apr 9, 2017 10:30am EDT
? >> i'm aware of no such plans. >> in the president's meeting with the president of china, the president often complained that china is not doing enough to take on the north korean nuclear program. did he convince president xi to take more aggressive action? what was the response to the chinese of the president's determination to go it alone, if he must? >> i can tell you president trump and president xi had very extensive discussions regarding the serious situations in north korea. they met for quite some time, one on one, to discuss north korea. there was a full range of options discussed between the two leaders. president xi expressed agreement that the situation has reached a new level of seriousness and threat. he expressed a view that he wanted to be supportive in terms of causing the regime in pyongyang to change its view. around the future need for those weapons. china has expressed on multiple occasions and they reaffirmed it in our discussions with us here in mar-a-lago that their policy is unchanged. that is for a denuclearized korean peninsula. >> are you seeing the
ABC
Dec 20, 2009 10:30am EST
the way, china is among the group of countries that would be eligib money from china and then give the money to china, it doesn't make sense. >> thanks, gentlemen. hope you get home for christmas. >>> coming up, our round table. >>> and later, "the sunday funnies." however you picture your retirement, pacific life can help... using 401k savings, life insurance, and annuities to provide a dependable income for the rest of your life. with more than 140 years of experience, pacific life can help you achieve your vision of the future. pacific life...the power to help you succeed. watch the pacific life holiday bowl, wednesday, december 30th. 5pm pacific, 8pm eastern on espn. everyday we generate 8 times the information found in all u.s. libraries. where did it come from? store transactions, market movements. emails, photos... videos... blogs... what if technology could capture all this information... and turn it into intelligence. we could identify patterns faster... we could predict with greater confidence... convert data into action... smarter information means smarter decisions. sma
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Nov 29, 2009 10:30am EST
country are on food stamps. 1 out of 8 americans. when we buy our christmas products, we're buying china products. i have real problems of expanding this war. the u.s. doing is the work that the rest of the world is doing. i want to see some international cooperation, not just from europe, russia and china. what happens in afghanistan impacts what happens in pakistan. that's enormously important. >> you know the russians aren't going to go back into afghanistan. >> i have a real problem sporting 30,000 or 40,000 more troops and hundred billions a year more on top of what we're spending in iraq. >> senator graham? >> i would like to hear the details from the president on tuesday. i would support an increase in troops that bernie just indicated about pakistan. the iranians are threatening to withdraw from talks on their nuclear program. we'll be evaluated by some pretty tough characters. on how we handle afghanistan. i hope the president will tell the world our troops and anybody listening tuesday, that will never happen again with this new surge of forces. taliban will never take back ove
ABC
Aug 13, 2017 8:00am PDT
quote china, russia. as well as our close allies, japan and south korea to work together toward a common goal. of denuclearizing the korean peninsula. >> what do you say to the cricss rhetoric was just too hot this week? he went too far? >> well, the president made clear, he made clear hat the united states will not taterol threatened by this rogue regime. there's a much greater danger if there were to be ambiguity. in connection with the kind of response thaton i jim cung- he the united states or our allies. >> there did seem to be am big guyty in the president's statement. he said they would be met by fire and fury if there were n threats. there are new threats every day. they have already crossed the line. >> our response is we're prepared militarily to deal with this if necessary. we're taking all possible actions. short of military action, to resolve this very grave threat to the united states and the world. that includes a very determined, diplomatic effort led by our secretary of state. it includes increasing sanctions. increasing pressure on t north to convince kim jong-un that t
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Jan 17, 2016 9:00am EST
quote from china a a many other places. i will be great for african-americans. >> more from donald trump in just a minute and then the democrats. hillary clinton and bernie sanders both join us live this week ahead of tonight's big debate. the attacks are coming hard and fast. >>> "this week" with george stephanopoulos brought to you by pacific life. for life insurance, annuities life. the power to help you succeed. because getting there requires exactly that. a plan for what you want your future to look like. for more than 145 years, pacific life has been providing solutions to help individuals like you achieve long-term financial security. bring your vision for the future to life with pacific life. talk to a financial advisor to help build and protect pacific life. the power to help you succeed. janet? cough if you can hear me. don't even think about it. i took mucinex dm for my phlegmy cough. yeah...but what about mike? it works on his cough too. cough! it works on his cough too. mucinex dm relieves wet and dry coughs for 12 hours. trump. we talked backstage just before his appearance wi
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Apr 7, 2013 8:00am PDT
, nothing was done. south koreans were upset. >> meanwhile, a new leader in china as well, just came in october. china's position on north korea is evolving. if so, pretty slowly. >> yes, it better evolve fast because they're right next door. this is really a test of whether china will be helpful or not. it's in their neighborhood. the evidence is clear. if anyone has leverage over north korea it is china. >> what is your sense? >> i think the chinese would like the north koreans to go back to the status quo, because if north korea collapses, we're right up on their border. at this point, the china's influence on the north koreans is fairly limited unless they decide to use their one true card, which is turn off the oil. they could end this whole thing, sort of, right away. >> they're not going to do that? >> they're not going to do that. kim jong-un knows that. he's playing the chinese very well. and he knows one other thing, while the united states still talks officially about denuclearizing the korean peninsula, he takes a look at the world and he says, gadhafi gave up his nuclear
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Dec 18, 2016 8:00am PST
. >> they have no idea if it's russia or china. >> continuing to clash with the intelligence community. did the kremlin want trump in the white house? >> not much happens in russia without vladimir putin. >> after unprecedented foreign interference is the heart of our democracy under attack? this morning complete coverage. our exclusive with dnc chair donna brazile. how is the party working to recover after those devastating hacks? and the former cia director advising president-elect trump. plus, we're live in moscow with putin's close allies. what's the kremlin's next move? full insights, analysis and more from our team around the globe. from abc news, it's "this week." here now coanchor martha raddatz. >>> good morning. this week a nightmare for american democracy. the nation's intelligence agencies the white house claiming the worst. that russia not only hacked campaign 2016, but tried to influence the outcome of the election. and that the hacks were directed from the heart of the kremlin, the office of president vladimir putin himself. it is extraordinary to contemplate a
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May 8, 2016 8:00am PDT
want trade. i don't want to be an isolationist. what's happening with china, japan, mexico, they're just absolutely eating our lunch. it's a shame. it's terrible. so i have to stay true to my principles also. i'm a conservative. don't forget. this is called the republican party. not called the conservative party. there are conservative parties. i'm a conservative. >> he swats away critics. hillary clinton is focused on locking in her base by playing that women's card. >> he doesn't think much of equal pay for women. because, of course, he doesn't think much of women, it turns out. >> trump digging in with this remarkable statement. >> i mean, all of the men, we're petrified to speak to women anymore. we may raise our voice. you know what? the women get it better than we do, folks. all right? they get it better than we do. >> he's also up against the president. >> republican women voters are going to have to decide is that the guy i feel comfortable with in representing me? and what i care about? >> i'll tell you what my reaction is. i won in massive doses and by a massive number new
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Feb 24, 2013 10:00am EST
difficult, frankly a gangster regime in china right now. nobody wants to make them unhappy. george, last june, david sanger in the "new york times" ran a story from his first months in office, president obama secretly ordered sophisticated attacks of computer attacks that ran iran's nuclear enrichment facilities. we have participated in cyber sabotage. >> that's what the chinese are saying. >> and it turns out, what if china is thinking, we can compete with the united states or maybe we can just learn how to disable the massive infrastructure of our potential ally or adversary? >> this is an important difference. the united states does not participate, use its military intelligence services for economic espionage, we do not do that. it's prohibited. now, we -- to say as the chair of the intelligence mitt tee, it would be crazy to say that we don't participate in espionage. it's a long-standing tradition between nations. but this is very, very different. >> i think this gets to a fundamental relationship with the chinese. i think we have to make it very clear to them, that this cann
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Nov 1, 2015 8:00am CST
that we keep the oil prices down, which keeps him in his little box. >> ququkly, on china the u.s. recently sentt a u.s. destroyer china sea of those man made islands, is that enough of a statement from the u.s. towards china which claims these islands asheir own? >> well, you know, all of our friends, you know, in that whole region, i think, are very relieved to see us doing that. you know, australia also is doing that. we need to cllenge these boundaries that are not legal. >> so, is this enough sending a guided missile destroyer in? >> it's a good start. i hope we continue to do those kind of exercise and dr. carson, you say you worry about the future of our country. you compared our country to the roy man emperor, do you believe our country can fall or collapse? >> i believe our country's biggest threats come from within. from failing to address our incredible fiscal irresponsibility byllowing our popolous to become enemies with each other, stirring up hatred and strife within our country. by allowing the education to take a second seat, by giving a lot of lip service but not
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Oct 2, 2016 9:00am EDT
change is a hoax invented by china. >> it's pronounced jina. returns which mines he is not that rich. >> wrong. >> not that charitable. >> wrong. >> or has never paid taxes in his life. >> wronger. >> saturday night live. we are joined by the round table, jon karl and coky roberts, heilemann from bloomberg politics, roland martin from news one now and sara fagen how damaging is this story? >> i think it's very damaging. the clinton team will go at this relentlessly. they will go at the inherent unfair nls of something that welt know not paying tax bus they will go at him to go as a business failure. $900 million loss. they will try to bait him and rid cute with this and make that >> we're already hering anecdotal evidence and focus groups and rallies that people are unset that me might not have paid taxes. and most of us, it goes out of the paycheck every week so we are used to everybody paying taxes. the idea he didn't is upsetting to people. >> and you see rudy giuliani and chris christie saying he is a good busines could it work? >> the answer is donald trump has paid millions of
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Jul 15, 2012 9:00am EDT
uniforms made in china and the cover-up of sexual abuse at penn state. >> sandusky was allowed to continue with impunities. >>> all that and more with our powerhouse roundtable. >>> hello again. everything is happening at hyperspeed in this campaign. only july. the obama campaign has already spent $100 million on campaign ads. most of them going over mitt romney. in their latest ad said that the preside mitt romney is lying about his record at bain capital. >> the obama outsourcing attacks, misleading, unfair and untrue. america expect more from a president. obama's dishonest campaign, another reason america has lost confidence in barack obama. >> and with that, let's get a response from obama campaign chair, current chicago mayor rahm emanuel. good morning, mr. mayor. >> good morning, george. >> romney went further in an interview with jon karl on friday, he demanded that president obama apologize for chicago-style politics, any chance he'll get one? >> first of all, you know, it's interesting -- no, i don't think so because mitt romney said bain is his calling card for why he sh
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Nov 27, 2016 9:30am CST
, to make sure corporations don't throw american workers out on the street as they go to china and mexico at low wages. if he is serious about protecting working families, we'll work with him. racism, sexism, that is not acceptable. we do not believe, i do not believe climate change is a hoax. i believe the scientific evidence is overwhelming. one of the great threats to humanity and we have to transform or energy system. >> mr. trump said mankind may be causing climate change and open to abiding by the paris accord. is that a new and improved donald trump to you? >> that is something. but we have got t the scientific community is saying if we do not transform our energy system yesterday we're going to be looking at more drought, more floods, more extreme weather disturbances. >> i want to talk about this recount that's going to go on. you said right after the election that it's over, mr. trump will be the next president and democrats must focus on the realities of where we are. so are they wrong to do this >> the democrats are not doing the recount. i trust that you know that was
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Aug 21, 2016 9:00am EDT
businesses owe millions of tlars to the bank of china. donald trump talks all the time about a trade war with china. how can he to that when millions of dlas of could be affected? >> it's not just secretary clinton's critics who are suggesting a change should come. ed rendell, former governor of pennsylvania, said they should stop taking the contradictions. the clinton foundation is sleerly a liable for hillary clinton as she seexthe prez ten si. the foundation should remove a political and actual distract and stop accepting funding. if clinton is elected, the >> what the foundation has said is that they'll continue to operate. again, george, i want to keep in mind. millions of people around the world depend on life saving health treatments that the foundation provides. just pulling the plug on that would threaten lives around the globe. the foundation is in the process of trying to figure out how to refocus, reshift. the steps they've pledged to take as a philanthropic organization are you didn't hear about the bush foundation when the second bush came into office. the family stayed
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Nov 27, 2016 8:00am MST
don't throw american workers out on the street as they go to china and mexico at low wages. if he is serious about protecting working families, we'll work with him. we will not if he talks about we do not believe, i do not believe climate change is a hoax. i believe the scientific evidence is overwhelming. one of the great threats to humanity and we have to transform or energy system. >> mr. trump said mankind may be causing climate change and open to abiding by the paris accord. is that a new and improved donald trump to you? >> that is something. but we have got to go further than that. the scientific community is saying if we do not transform our energy system yesterday we're going to be looking at more drought, more floods, more extreme weather disturbances. he has got to listen to the scientific community, not the fossil fuel industry. >> i want to talk about this recount that's going to go on. you said right after the election that it's over, mr. trump will be the next president and democrats must focus on the realities of where we are. so are they wrong to do this recount and
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Jul 2, 2017 9:00am EDT
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Nov 27, 2016 9:00am EST
american workers out on the street as they go to china and mexico at low wages. if he is serious about protecting working families, we'll work with him. racism, sexism, that is not acceptable. we do not believe, i do not believe climate change is a hoax. i believe the scientific evidence is overwhelming. one of the great threats to humanity and we have to transform or energy system. >> mr. trump said mankind may be causing climate change and open to abiding by the paris accord. is that a new and improved donald trump to you? >> that is something. but we have got t the scientific community is saying if we do not transform our energy system yesterday we're going to be looking at more drought, more floods, more extreme weather disturbances. >> i want to talk about this recount that's going to go on. you said right after the election that it's over, mr. trump will be the next president and democrats must focus on the realities of where we are. so are they wrong to do this >> the democrats are not doing the recount. i trust that you know that was initiated by the green party who has e
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Nov 1, 2015 8:00am PST
him in his little box. those are things that we need to be thinking about. >> quickly, on china the u.s. recently sent a u.s. guided missile destroyer within the border in the south china sea of those manmade islands, is that enough of a statement from the u.s. towards china which claims these islands as their own? >> well, you know, all of our friends, you know, in that whole region, i think, are very relieved to see us doing that. you know, australia also is doing that. you know, we need to challenge these boundaries that are not legal. >> so, is this enough sending a guided missile destroyer in? >> it's a good start. i hope we continue to do those >> and dr. carson, you say you -- those exercises. >> and dr. carson, you say you worry about the future of our country. you compared our country to the roman emperor, do you believe our country can fall or collapse? >> i believe our country's biggest threats come from within. from failing to address our incredible fiscal irresponsibility by allowing our populous to become enemies with each other, stirring up hatred and strife within ou
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Nov 29, 2009 10:00am EST
americans. when we buy our christmas products we're buying them from china. i have real problem about expanding this war. where the rest of the world is sitting around and saying isn't it a nice thing that the u.s. t taxpayers and the u.s. mail tear are doing the work that the rest ofhe world should be doing. i want to see some international cooperation, not just from europe, but from russia and china. what happens in afghanistan impacts what happens in pakistan. that's enormously important. the world should be involved. >> you know the russians aren't going to go back into afghanistan. does this mean you're not going to support this? >> i have a real problem sporting 30,000 or 40,000 more troops and hundred billions a year more on top of what we're spending in iraq. >> senator graham? >> well, i would like to hear the details from the president on tuesday. but i would support an increase in troops that bernie just indicated about pakistan. the world is watching what we're doing there. the iranians are threatening to withdraw from talks on their nuclear program. we'll be evaluated by
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Apr 23, 2017 8:00am PDT
, ivanka trump and jared kushner dined at mar-a-lago with the president of china, the very same day her business won three trademark approvals inside of china. so, george, we do continue to see here these questions, even with the family's making efforts to divest themselves of some of these holdings. still, the questions remain. >> rebecca, thank you very much. >>> adds we saw from the poll, the president is holding a strong grip on his base. 96% of his voters say they would vote for him again. i want to bring in a man who talks to a big chunk of those voters every day. bill cunningham. radio host. broadcast in kentucky and ohio. solid trump country there in ohio. how do you explain the grip the president maintains on those voters? >> i think largely it's emotional. donald trump is a rock star. to give you some idea, we're the middle of trump country. i can walk or drive to canada, mexico, the atlantic ocean, and the border of california and never set foot in a clinton state or a clinton county. in cincinnati, also, "usa today" not exactly a conservative publication, sent out a bunch of
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Apr 23, 2017 10:30am EDT
dined at mar-a-lago with the president of china, the very same day her business won three trademark approvals inside of china. so, george, we do continue to see here these questions, even with the family's making efforts to divest themselves of some of these holdings. still, the questions remain. >> rebecca, thank you very much. >>> adds we saw from the poll, the president is holding a strong grip on his base. 96% of his voters say they would vote for him again. i want to bring in a man who talks to a big chunk of those voters every day. bill cunningham. radio host. broadcast in kentucky and ohio. solid trump country there in ohio. how do you explain the grip the president maintains on those voters? >> i think largely it's emotional. donald trump is a rock star. to give you some idea, we're the middle of trump country. i can walk or drive to canada, mexico, the atlantic ocean, and the border of california and never set foot in a clinton state or a clinton county. in cincinnati, also, "usa today" not exactly a conservative publication, sent out a bunch of reporters into southern ohio
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Nov 1, 2015 10:00am EST
. >> quickly, on china the u.s. recently sent a u.s. guided missile destroyer within the border in the south china sea of those manmade islands, is that enough of a statement from the u.s. towards china which claims these islands as their own? >> well, you know, all of our friends, you know, in that whole region, i think, are very relieved to see us doing that. you know, australia also is doing that. you know, boundaries that are not legal. >> so, is this enough sending a guided missile destroyer in? >> it's a good start. i hope we continue to do those >> and dr. carson, you say you -- those exercises. >> and dr. carson, you say you worry about the future of our country. you compared our country to the roman emperor, do you believe our country can fall or collapse? >> i believe our country's biggest threats come from within. from failing to address our incredible fiscal irresponsibility by allowing our populous to become enemies with each other, stirring up hatred and strife within our country. by allowing the education to take a second seat, by giving a lot of lip service but not
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Jun 4, 2017 10:30am EDT
republicans are saying there is not. china has been sitting in the wings. wanting to build a relationship with the eu. wanting to be out here and say, look at us. we're going to build this coalition. we're going to be ahead. it's not just about climate change. it's about global leadership. when the united states steps back, other countries step in. >>> that will have to be the last word. we have scott pruitt and al gore standing by on this. we'll hear from both sides in a moment. when you buy a used car you should feel confident. that's why carmax has over 40,000 cars to choose from nationwide. with prices clearly marked, the same online as they are in the stores. that should give you some car-buying confidence. the type of confidence you need to wear white after labor day. the type of confidence to suddenly switch to an english accent for no reason whatsoever. yep... . at carmax, it's all about confidence. nothing but net. nailed it! or should i say, nailed it gov'nor. hey, i've got the trend analysis. hey. hi. hi. you guys going to the company picnic this weekend? picnics a
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