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Aug 8, 2017 11:00pm PDT
north korea's nuclear program, but that won't be enough by itself. all the experts tell us that china is the key to containing kim jong-un's regime, blocking the quest for nuclear missiles capable of hitting mainland usa. but if they are the key partner, well, they haven't been a cooperative one. there was no sanctions don't affect, for instance, china's critical shipments of oil to north korea, nor does it punish the chinese banks that still do business there. don't expect much change from the portly 30-something communist who suffers from a clear case of mental envy. china has made billions propping up two of the most dangerous regimes in the world, north korea and iran. about $3 billion every year in experts to pyongyang, and over 11 years, has done virtually nothing to stop the regime's long and deadly march toward becoming a full-fledged nuclear power. it is telling that so many of washington's newfound foes seem to have little problem with the communist regime in china. russia, not china, my friends, is the real foe, they say. well, let's compare. hacking into our government com
FOX News
Jul 5, 2017 11:00pm PDT
quote accurately. we are going to press china to help mitigate this threat. if they don't respond and we are forced to use military action of some kind, what happens next? >> first, the chinese have no reason to solve this. they don't want north koreans to have problems, they would love the united states to have the military need. in that case, the united states may fail, it will be portrayed as an aggressor, and so on. i don't think there is any
FOX News
Aug 9, 2017 11:00pm PDT
? if there's some kind of soft landing that maybe china can guide us through and allow people at the top, if not him, to maintain some semblance of power, that might be it. however, when these people go down and lose their whole power, they are usually killed themselves. kim jong-un promised to stay the course far more than his elder brother. that's why the elder brother was passed over. so he's locked into a corner himself. if he's going to back down from the united states, that will cause him to lose faith in front of his leadership. another problem for him. >> and this guy has not been invited to china to meet with the chinese leader. they arguably don't know how to figure him out. today they're supposed to be anti-u.s. demonstrations which believe it or not are pretty much demanded. that is meant to say what to us. >> this is something that is planned or ordered by the government, a quick note on kim and the north korean family. one thing here that i think it's important to say, president trump has this sort of core guiding belief, i would say, that intimidation must be met head
FOX News
Jul 4, 2017 8:00pm PDT
china will put a heavy move on north korea and end this nonsense once and for all." the tweets, the latest iteration of the president's threadbare tolerance of kim jong-un's's dangerous chicanery, which poses threats to the homeland. speak ofnd the of strategic patience with the north korean regime has failed. many years, and it's failed. frankly, that patience is over. >> despite a robust impetus, the reliance on trying to quell the, nuclear ambitions has produced precious little. >> i do like president of china, i wish we would have a little more help with respect to north korea from china, but that doesn't seem to be working out. >> that hasn't stopped beijing and even moscow for marketing to de-escalate tensions between washington and pyongyang. the respective foreign ministries issued a joint statement today, saying that russia and china will work in close coordination to advance a solution to the complex problem of the korean peninsula in every possible way. this, as the majority of americans are. buried in the latest fox news poll, believe president trump hasn't been tough en
FOX News
Jun 21, 2017 5:00pm PDT
permanent disadvantage. china doesn't kick in until 2030. i can give you stories, stats, i could go on all day. it's a catastrophe if we would have agreed. they all say it's nonbinding. not to like hell it was nonbind. i was elected to serve the citizens of iowa, pennsylvania, ohio, michigan, wisconsin, and florida, and all 50 states. and all 320 million americans. [chanting "usa"] >> president trump: by the way, this is a big place. i used to say it during the campaign, we aren't even campaigning. look at this crowd. it's easier during a campaign. the place is packed with thousands of people. look at the size of this place. they will never show the crowd. they will never show the crowd. they will never show the crowd. that's the only good thing about the protesters. which we don't have very much of. this guy was blowing a whistle. [laughter] >> president trump: he's a bernie sanders guy. when we do have one, the only good thing is the cameras have to go sometimes up into the corners, way up in that arena. every seat is packed. every seat. every corner is packed. this big, big arena. it's
FOX News
Dec 5, 2016 11:00pm PST
and former u.s. ambassador to china jon huntsman who said this morning on fox business is he honored to have his name in the mix and who is also notable because of his rivalry with another famous republican from utah mitt romney who is, of course, last week's headliner and the secretary of state sweepstakes. we can also now report tonight that democratic u.s. senator joe manchin is another name under consideration to be the top diplomat, manchin announced this afternoon that he has been talking to the president-elect in the lapse few days and that the conversation is going to continue this week. tucker? >> peter doocy, live outside trump tower. thanks a lot. now it's time for twitter storm, our nightly forecast of social media's most powerful weather patterns. tonight an icy cold front of truth involving some of the nation's newspapers. from the second annual #love my newspaper day. i bet you didn't know that existed did but it does. intended to heap praise upon print journalists that many in twitter using the #very differently. i do not love my newspaper because the "new york times"
FOX News
Aug 9, 2017 8:00pm PDT
power? if there is some kind of soft landing that china can guides us through and allow people at the top, if not him, to maintain some semblance of power, that might be had. however, when these people go down andeo lose their hold on power, they are personally killed. kim jong un promised to stay the course far more than his elder brother, that is why the elder brother was passed over. he a is locked into a corner himself and if he is going to back down, that will cause him -- that is another problem for him on a personal level. >> brian: gillian, this guy has not been invited to china. china is keeping him at an arms length. they don't know how to figure him out. today, they are supposed to be anti-u.s. demonstrations, which believe it or not, i pretty much demanded, not natural or instinctive or knee-jerk. that demonstration is meant to say, "watch us." >> it certainly not organic, as you mentioned. as planned, it is ordered by the government. quick note on the north korean family, one thing here that i think it's important and fair pointing out, that president trump hasof this cor
FOX News
Mar 2, 2017 6:00pm PST
up for it. >> tucker: a trade war with china could be imminent as president trump continues to push global trade, he lamented that america has lost 60,000 factories to china since 2001. he's trying to bring some of those factories back. a journalist at a recent pace that it is possible to win a trade war with china but a president trump seems content on fighting an enemy that no longer exist. that journalist joins us now. michael, thank you for coming on. >> thank you for having me. >> tucker: you take china seriously as an adversary to the united states. you have a lot of knowledge on the subject. if they are our main competitor, how do we approach that? >> we have to be smart about that because we need to take a tougher stance on china but we need to do it in a way that isn't damaging to the u.s. economy. rather than throwing on blanket powers and it hurt u.s. companies, you want to be smart about it. very, very specific in targeting exactly how we want to fight china and counteract what china is doing. the real threat from them going forward is that they want to move up in the di
FOX News
Jun 2, 2017 5:00pm PDT
co2 emissions you would back in agreement that doesn't hold a china or india to have the biggest polluters of the world to reducible submissions as the paris agreement doesn't, why would you be in favor of that? >> the u.n. realized after the kyoto agreement -- they decided with john kerry among them to have voluntary standards. how do you make sure that china lives up to its voluntary standards, or germany, or america, or russia? peer pressure around the world, they came up with an idea that is not about hypocrisy. and coulter's right, we are all sinners. on the one sign is donald trump talk about not knowing what's in the agreement is obviously a guy who was quite ill equipped, inexperienced and without knowledge about issues like thi this. >> tucker: you've already made a mistake in characterizing the agreement i wonder how much you know. >> trump's statement in rose garden said this nonbinding agreement is so draconian -- which is at which mark is at coercive enter coney and on the other side, a majority of voters in every state according to frank luntz wants to stay in paris
FOX News
Jun 1, 2017 5:00pm PDT
expected of china, india, or other huge polluting countries which happen to be our chief economic rivals. under the paris agreement, rich nations like the united states agreed to send $100 billion to poorer countries every year starting in 2020 to eight with their transition to great energy. president obama present the mic pledged $3 billion to this fund, china has not pledged a sense, the world's biggest polluter. china is likely to receive some of this money. keep in mind the chinese economy is predicted to overtake our economy in less than a year, but somehow we have to subsidize their energy production? that's lunacy. higher energy costs here, americans would pay more for gas, more for electricity, more in taxes all in the name of meeting obligations that other countries don't have to meet. if you want to know how all of this might end, look across the atlantic. european electricity, it costs three times as much as it does here and the prices are rising faster there as well. despite all of this, even supporters of the agreement concede that it won't come close to stopping glob
FOX News
Jun 2, 2017 8:00pm PDT
cared about co2 emissions you would back an agreement thatt doesn't hold china or india two of the biggest polluters in the world to reducing those emissions? why would you be in favor of hyat? >> the un realized after the kyoto agreement they couldn't have binding standards and so they decided with john kerry among them to have voluntary standards. how do you make sure china was up to its voluntary standard oars germany, or america, or russia? peer pressure around the world, we live in one lifeboat, or plan b. it's not about hypocrisy. anne cowlerr' - - . we're all sinners. on the one side is donald trump who's a guy quite ill equipped, inexperienced and without knowledge about issues like this. >> really? because he made a mistake in characterizing the agreement because i wonder how tmuch you know. >> let me finish. it's voluntary. >> the whole thing is. >> the statement at the rose garden said this non-binding agreement is so draconian. is it coercive and draconian? on the other side, a majority of voters in every state wants to stay in paris. >> okay. >> afr majority of. >> you
FOX News
Jun 30, 2017 11:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Jun 30, 2017 8:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Apr 6, 2017 9:00pm PDT
:45 in the evening here in the united states. 's almost precisely --dash the president of china who began the summit here had finished dinner with the president and the president was bidding him farewell. the president did though, after the strike, but before he gave the statement that we saw him get for mar-a-lago, he informed president that we lost just a cruise missile strike on syria. the diplomatic follow-up of all this is yet to be measured. russia is not happy about what happened, even though they were advised that this was about to take place. these deconfliction channels -- they describe this as an escalation of what's been going on in syria, so that would seem that at least on the face to be very tepid language compared to what they could say about this. maybe russia could potentially be content to sit on the sidelines, let the united states punish bashar al-assad for a clearly heinous act, which many people would consider to be a war crime, in fact i think that is in law and try to move on from there. rex tillerson, the secretary of state, again tonight explaining how he
FOX News
Dec 6, 2016 4:00pm PST
to be the u.s. ambassador to china. longest serving governor. plenty of business dealings with china. and is he very close friends with chinese president ping. that's why he wants branstad tto be ambassador. from security or economic standpoint somebody close friends with china's president to keep the lines of communication, tucker, between the two countries open even if the two leaders don't happen to agree with each other. so that's a quick wrap of what's happening in trump world today. tucker? >> there's a lot requesting -- g on. appreciate that you just heard john roberts report last week at his rally in cincinnati that mr. trump announced james mattis, the 41-year veteran of the marine corps will take over duties at the pentagon. general mattis will speak tonight at the rally in fayetteville a town build it active duty military and their families. thissen the day mr. trump seemed to pick a fight with major defense contractor boeing. washington bureau chief at the "new york post." peyton the politics reporter at the federalist. great to see you both. >> thank you. >> you just hea
FOX News
Apr 15, 2017 12:00am PDT
washington is that china will prevent this from happening. is that true? do they have control? >> no, china has been leaning on them and trying to get them to calm down fairly very long time. they basically give the finger to china, russia, japan and the u.s. in the '70s, they built a statue and they changed it to bronze. kim jong il said the chinese system won't work here, we are korean, our system is for us. they called themselves the shrimp among whales. they love that they are taking on the big guys as small, scrappy guys. >> tucker: what is the right call at this point? the west does not want to see a hydrogen bomb in the hands of the north korean government. how do you stop them without provoking a confrontation? >> anyone who says there is an easy, good answer here is not telling the truth. crossing the river and setting up camp in manchuria, it's a nightmare situation with no simple answer. >> tucker: is there any answer? >> it's going to have to be some kind of marshall plan between china, russia, japan, south korea and us. they are not going to relinquish their hold
FOX News
Jun 21, 2017 8:00pm PDT
on june 26 to take up his new duties as the u.s. ambassador to china. it was also an important opportunity to focus on the new agenda and given it new momentum by the end of the special election season. >> president trump: it's always terrific to be able to leave that washington swamp and spend time with the truly heart-working people. >> reporter: president trump returning to cedar rapids in a sell-out crowd of 6,000 people. taking a victory lap after big congressional wins. >> president trump: i want to also extend our congratulations this evening to karen handel of georgia. [applause] we can't forget ralph norman in south carolina. >> reporter: democrats had tried to make the georgia race a referendum on president trump. hoping a win could be the first ripple in a 2018 congressional tidal wave. >> president trump: their plan isn't working. they thought they were going to win last night in atlanta. they spent close to $30 million on this kid who forgot to live in the community that he was in. >> reporter: the president is hoping that running the table in competitive special e
FOX News
Jul 11, 2017 11:00pm PDT
missiles. meanwhile, china has a message for the u.s. north korea is not just a problem. national security correspondent jennifer griffin has the latest from the pentagon. because the u.s. missile defense agency successfully shot down a missile over the pacific using a thaad antiballistic missile battery based in alaska. his target was launched north of hawaii. today's test comes one week after north korea launched a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile capable of striking alaska. >> this is a stabilizing force. today is not a good day to destabilize and upset the apple cart because we are going to be able to protect ourselves to some degree by the way we are going to come after you in response. >> thaad missiles are used against short and medium-range missiles, not the kind north korea launched, which traveled 1700 miles into outer space, nearly seven times higher than the space station. the u.s. has other interceptors in alaska and california for a long-range missile threats. today a south korea lawmaker said his country's intelligence service questions whether the recent north
FOX News
Apr 25, 2017 8:00pm PDT
and continue to receive support from china which is afraid any conflict would lead to refugees pouring across the chinese border and so on and if they continue to do that they'll be able to survive as they have for three generations. tucker, it's worth remembering between the late 1950s and 1991 the united states had nuclear -- tactical nuclear weapons to defend the south against the possibility of an onslaught from the north and everyone seems to believe the north is capable of mounting and inflicting damage on seoul and that's the linchpin of the dilemma. sure, we and our allies would win a war against them but in the whole course of it would inflict unsustainable damage on an ally in the region. it's been effective black mail enhanced by the fact the leaders are nutty. >> tucker: they have us in a hammer-lock. and do you think calling the cente centers -- senators, what purpose does that serve? >> it may be a tool to get members to understand the threat and the basis of the administration's actions which to this point have been sensible. you press china as best you can to in
FOX News
Jun 16, 2017 11:00pm PDT
show to be trading with saudi arabia, nor should we be trading with china, nor should we be trading with angola or many of the african nations who we continue to get oil in commerce from. there human rights violations. >> the human rights violations stopped. >> there are human rights violators across the world, this is about republican politics. i understand it, i don't support the castro regime, i think would happen to your father and generation of cuban-americans is terrible. to single out cuba is a direct attack at the obama legacy, let's call it what it is. >> dana: let's talk to a bigger picture, what do you think about the fact that president obama, i'm sorry president trump has been able to roll back a lot of what obama tried to do probably because he didn't had passed in legislatio legislation. executive action is not as strong and it's been fairly quiet. there is no big blockbuster deals yet but has been somewhat effective? >> he is very swiftly and rapidly chipping away at the obama legacy. my concern is that that is not necessarily towards and i on what's best for the ame
FOX News
Jan 18, 2017 9:00pm PST
confirmation hearing by going after china, saying they talk much more about free trade than they actually practice. we have just learned that the president-elect will choose former georgia governor sonny perdue as a nominee for the secretary of u.s. department of agriculture. >> tucker: the last puzzle piece falls into play, trace gallagher. thanks a lot. developing this hour, george h.w. bush remains in intensive care tonight, after experiencing acute respiratory issues. his wife barbara was also hospitalized. after experience fatigue. their doctor saying this was merely a precautionary measure. we will provide you with any updates as they occur. up next, two days before the swearing in. we will talk to one lawyer, who says the court still has time to hand the presidency to hillary clinton. and he says they should. also, lindsay graham explains his military attitude. more coming up. just 38.5 hours to go before his presidency, donald trump has left new york and landed a short time ago here in washington. the show will be live from the mall tomorrow night, don't miss that. score?
FOX News
Apr 25, 2017 11:00pm PDT
neighbors, support in china which is what any big company do not would be countless refugees pouring across the chinese border and so on. if they can continue to do that who, they would be able to survive and they have now for at least three generations. it's worth remembering that between the late 1950s and 1991, the united states and nuclear weapons, tactical nuclear weapons in south korea to defend the south against the possibility of military onslaught from the north. everyone seems to believe the north is fully capable of mounting inflicting unspeakable damage on south korea and particularly on the capital they are soul. that's been the linchpin of the dilemma about north korea. we and our allies would win any war against them but in the whole course of it, would inflict unsustainable damage on our principal allies in the region. it's been a very effective point of blackmail and hence it seems by the notion that the leaders of their are nutty. >> tucker: that got us in a hammerlock. so really quickly, do you think calling all the senators over to a meeting with the president is that wh
FOX News
Dec 8, 2016 11:00pm PST
china as the next u.s. ambassador there. >> peter doocy, thanks for that. >>> we are apparently nearing an end to the presidential vote recounts in a handful of states. wisconsin reports if t is more than 70% complete. hillary clinton gained 83 votes. a partial recount continues in nevada. pennsylvania's effort is the source of a hearing tomorrow. they ended that activity last night saying green party candidate jill stein is not eligible to ask for a recount. >>> environmentalists would like a recount if they could get one on donald trump's decision to name a noted climate change skeptic to run the environmental protection agency. tonight, why so many are so afraid of scott pruitt. >> reporter: if today was any indication, the biggest fight facing a trump cabinet pick could be over the choice for epa administrator, scott pruitt. who is ly allied with oil and gas. allies who maintain the science of global warming is settled despite conflicting evidence tore into pruitt. >> this is an environmental emergency. we have a person who is not just a climate denier but who is a professio
FOX News
Jun 13, 2017 11:00pm PDT
on china. once we have a more resolute policy i think they will stop taking americans as bargaining chips. this will continue until we show political will. >> tucker: what else could they do to us? if they take an american college student and yank him off the bus on his way to a plane put him in a coma and we don't do anything? what can't they do to us? >> yes, that's why north korea continues to do these things. they realize the united states is not going to retaliate. we have taught north korea there is no cost for doing things like this. north korea over the course of decades have snatched so many americans. we have hostage dramas all the time, tucker. the reason is we don't do anything about it. >> tucker: want to mention scores of japanese, some children, kidnapped right off their beeches. what should -- beaches. what should we do to punish them? >> the first thing we should be doing is unplugging north korea financial institutions and chinese financial institutions that were complicit with north korea. we go after china. then we have a real solution. china supplied ballistic m
FOX News
Aug 3, 2017 11:00pm PDT
about not only in 2016 and 2012, even obama actually called china a currency minuter when he was campaigning in 2008. i think the democrats have been talking about this for a while but they haven't been using mega phone or directing megaphone on american messages on trade and american jobs. seen the effect it's had on voters the success that trump has seen the fact that this is a message that resonates and i think they are recalibrating and focusing back on the economy. james cobble said it when he was part of the clinton team in the 90's. it's the economy, stupid. >> tucker: that's true. i think that's smart and i'm glad they are doing it i'm not very partisan. i want to see good things happen for the country and i think some of these are smart. let's be honest these are not democratic voters and not ever going to be democratic voters again because the democratic leadership doesn't like them. when you look at governor justice switching parties oh, wait a second, i hate to say it but true but just demographically that guy has no place in your party. veries who tovery as till to p
FOX News
Jul 5, 2017 11:00pm PDT
technique. you came things out for a living, i think pretty accurately. we are going to press china to help mitigate this threat. if they don't respond and we are forced to use military action of some kind, what happens next? >> first, the chinese have no reason to solve this. they don't want north koreans to have problems, they would love the united states to have the military need. in that case, the united states may fail, it will be portrayed as an aggressor, and so on. i don't think there is any chance of china really solving this. the next step is to continue to press so that the united states makes it very clear that they have tried everything possible. at the point where that fails, secretary of defense mattis has made it very clear, the united states were not allowed north korea to get an icbm that could reach the united states, it is not going to wait for military action until they do get that ability. >> tucker: so what does that -- a quick follow-up. what does that mean? what form would military action taken, do you think, most likely, against north korea? >> the obvious
FOX News
Dec 20, 2016 4:00pm PST
pressure directly on china which pepes for a lot of north korea. certainly a sponsor state. why can't they go to the chinese and say make this happen? >> well, i think they could. china can play a major role in helping us with north korea in general. they haven't done anything. everyone says china leverage they do. they haven't used it because there is tension with the american chinese relationship. i think the fact that president-elect trump is coming in. a gesture of good will by the north koreans with the new trump administration. i think would be very welcome. and the trump organization, the trans -- they are interested. but they are not in yet. so it's an uncomfortable transition period. >> yeah. >> not uncomfortable. but the obama team is still on board. they are white house is involved. but, you know, it's one of those periods where coming before christmas we should try to get otto out. the north koreans this would be a good gesture to a good good new presidency in the united states. >> imagine if it was your son. heart breaking. thanks a lot governor for that i appreciate it. >> he
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Apr 12, 2017 9:00pm PDT
situation as best we can. >> tucker: china mistreats its own citizens, dissent is crushed, dissidents are killed, it is invaded another country and occupies it, it seeks our destruction. chinese government has hacked into american governments apparent though my computers many times it's factual for 20 pushing for sections against china, where she pushing for competition against china, itac meets all the criteria you lay down. >> what you pointed out is united states seeks to act in the spend is chris. if it's been one of you think it is been interest. they're doing everything russia has done much more. >> i do but sit at theee united since government. i agree with you. human rights are awful. >> tucker: so we should wage war. >> absolutely not. >> tucker: do you remember when democrats were the antiwar, they sangno songs when, or t-shirts, held concerts, held pea-sized. that was them though. democrats are now the d reflecte party of war. if there is a humanitarian quagmire on the other side of the globe, they are all for committing troops and you better be for it to they will denounce
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Apr 24, 2017 5:00pm PDT
china's problem. the border between the two is the most militarized border on earth. if you ask me, what i bet they're doing is some kind of good cop/bad cop situation, where trump is acting like i'm going in and china, who has diplomatic relations, work with us, let's go to a soft landing and this will stave off the american attack. >> tucker: so do the north ko a koreans expect a war. >> according to their literature, we've been eyeing korea since the 1860s, they burned pyongyang and according to them, we launched the korean war and we've been biding our time since then to finish the job. according to north korea, south korea isn't a country, it is a region under u.s. occupation, why in their literature, they're lower case n and lower case s. >> tucker: so sanctions are the new idea coming from washington, will sanctions have an effect? >> yes, it will, and people won't have food and they will blame us for not allowing food to reach the country. that happened before, that look, we can't feed you, because the u.s. imperialists are keeping the food from reaching your mouths, but and the ne
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Jun 7, 2017 5:00pm PDT
that california will join the paris deal even if the federal government won't. while visiting china for a clean energy conference, he signed an agreement with the chinese government in which the to won a state and one a country, agreed to collaborate to reduce emissions. is california its own nation no now? the radio show host in los angeles on, joins us tonigh tonight. so, i joint, >> it is not an international treaty. we are not violating the constitution. as you know, this is a nonbinding agreement. we are going to share the technology. california already spends billions of dollars to create these industries, build them, and grow them into large businesses. why not a leverage that with one of the fastest growing and largest economies in the world? let's share it and get a return on our investment in california. >> tucker: because california doesn't have a right to do that because it is a state. you are basically creating your own foreign policy. when not right is constitutionally reserved for the federal government. that used to be obvious, but california is so high on its own fumes
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Apr 28, 2017 11:00pm PDT
. minutes ago, president trump tweeted north korea disrespected the wishes of china and its highly respected president when it launched unsuccessfully a missile come out bad. the white house is continuing to consult with china which is an ally of north korea and many experts say china is the key to getting kim jong kim jong un tp provoking the west. at the pentagon is concerted north korea will build a long-range missile able to hit the u.s. coastline. at the immediate concern is that kim the younger will attack south korea or japan. secretary of state rex tiller's and told the security council that time is running out and he called the global community to g sanctions against the north and to add a stricter new sanctions against the north. tucker. >> tucker: trace gallagher, thanks a lot. up next, after our debate on tuesday with the santa clara city councilman, actor richard dreyfuss sent us an email offering to aeschylus on civics, could you refuse that offer? we couldn't. president trump's 100 day in office, how is he measured up, we'll talk it over with the we'll talk it over w
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Dec 9, 2016 4:00pm PST
sweden and denmark and no norway and china and japan, and they are all at the top and you look at us, spending much more purr pupil and we're down at the bottom. we're going to change that. we're going to reform our broken education system to put students and families first. so importantly, this includes providing great education to students living in our inner cities. i talk about the forgotten man, the forgotten women let me tell you they are not so forgotten anymore in case have you noticed. they are trying to figure out -- they are still trying to figure it out, the media, where did all these millions of people come from? i knew they were there. they just never had the incentive to go out and say i like this person. but boy did they come out in big big league numbers. our reform plan includes eliminating common core. [cheers and applause] bringing education locally and providing school choice. we want every child, every single child, low income, we don't care where they are, where they live, every child in america to be able to attended public, private, charter, magnet, or rel
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Feb 14, 2017 9:00pm PST
newspapers that do run thesese inserts, i think china has one as well. they are what's known as native advertising. a where there are signs to the reader that this is not yourad approved journalism, i do think that people subscribe and cann differentiate between the news that is in the paper proper in the news that it's in the russia, china so on and so forth insert. >> tucker: that's really your answer? i remember you attacking politico for its advertising -- you were all spun up into moral outrage around this advertising. you never noted again that the russian government is printing something in your paper designed to fool people. it filled with the crudest kind of propaganda, but you didn't even notice it somehow. i'm not surprised because caser after case you fail to cover your own paper, running figure misleading things. i will give you a couple of examples. >> hold on, mr. carlson. back up on that premise. the thing i wrote about mike allen was a different case altogether. t it was native advertising pioneers, that was a cheeky way of saying he was folding endorsements of compani
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May 18, 2017 11:00pm PDT
. change his mind for whatever reason. and he thinks that china isn't a currency manipulator. at the same time, you still hope that he will get the tax reform through, which can provide stimulus for business. >> tucker: i guess what bothered me about it -- i think probably your macro view on this is probably right, not on trump but on trade, prosperity, et cetera. your analysis seemed to ignore the nature of the distribution of the wealth. one of the reasons trump was elected is because a small group of people got really rich during the obama years to come up with a middle-class language. you are seeing the same phenomenon across western europe. as of something that politicians need to address otherwise you will get political chaos? is something you need to factor in? >> that's absolutely right. inequality is a massive faith in institutions has come along side a big increase in inequality. back in 1982 in the u.s., it's the same in the u.s. the average ceo executive pay was 30 times more than your average worker. it's now about 135 times your average worker. that is a major, major problem
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Jul 18, 2017 11:00pm PDT
going to 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. >> tucker: here is a weird story. she doesn't have the same chief executive is every other american. trump is simply the president for other people, she says. >> he went into a press conference during the summer asking russia to find the other 30,000 emails. there's a lot of things that your president has done to defy logic. >> your president too. >> he's your president. >> he's your president. the president of the united states. >> tucker: she has tweeted "my president left january 20th." you can watch movies or books on someone else's president but alas, that won't change the reality. it's important to acknowledge this. every person simply picks their own president? there's no president at all.goo. "the five" is to next. see you tomorrow. >> greg: hi it, i am greg gutfeld. she runs laps on a close and pla
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Aug 11, 2017 8:00pm PDT
, this nation does unprecedented things all the time. and convince lunatics to give up. china is helpful now. china has said, if north korea strikes first you are on your own. that is a gift. and i think that shows that they understand that donald trump isk serious, that the american people understand what is at stake here, despite the rhetoric we're hearing, awful rhetoric, not supporting the president, casting him as shockingly as the aggressor. no one around the world believes that. >> mark: i want to bring up something else you said recently, tammy, you recently wrote an article on, quote, the smug bigotry of trump haters where you highlight the quote "thinly veiled contempt of those unlike societies only benefactors." the poster boys of this behavior, is jim acosta and his cluelessness debating steven miller on immigration last week. >> are we just going to bring in people from great britain and australia? >> i am shocked at your statement that you think only peep from great britain and australia would know english. it shows your cosmopolitan bias. >> you are trying to engin
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Apr 11, 2017 9:00pm PDT
going to 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. wheni broke almost everyent bone in both my legs. when i came home from the hospital i needed to be able to recover. tempur-pedic allowed me to do just that. because i don't have the average body type anymore i feel like my tempur-pedic really conforms to my body shape. power is not giving up, it's choosing to thrive. tempur-pedic sleep is power. find your exclusive retailer at tempurpedic.com i like russo. his on/off splits are the best here. yeah, but his offensive win shares didn't even break 4. come on, check out that stop-and-pop! what do you think? my trade-off analytics indicate no one creates more space on offense. this allows him to nail a jumper from a densely populated urban area. what you're trying to say is from way downtown? i am still learning. i can see that. >> tucker: new york's politician
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Jun 5, 2017 11:00pm PDT
always been different. last year, he said he was going to 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. can we at least analyze customer can we push the offer online? legacy technology can handcuff any company. but "yes" is here. you're saying the new app will go live monday? yeah. with help from hpe, we can finally work the way we want to. with the right mix of hybrid it, everything computes. >> tucker: time for tonight's reality check. we want to show you a video but before we play it, a warning. this tape is more than 20 years old. he comes from a different time when our leaders were less enlightened and morality was not as advanced as it is today. obviously. broadcasting it purely for its historical value. that said, you might want to remove children and the elderly from the room as it plays. it could be triggering to the sensitive. here it is. >> that is w
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