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CSPAN
Feb 12, 2017 9:32am EST
constitution, i, donald j . jamieson trump, hereby direct that to secure our border, china -- china! -- chap immediately and without hesitation send us their wall. boom. done. >> i understand. >> china's wall, send us. boom. done. >> i heard the gun. had to get mexico to pay for it? >> when the wall arrives at the southern border, we shut the lights and pretend we are not home. [laughter] it is cod, mexico has to sign for it, they pay for it, then. host: the role of political humor. can your comments, is it fair, unfair, biting, beyond the pale? arthur from texas, good morning. are you at this? caller: yes. host: good morning. caller: good morning, sir. i enjoy your show. night has always made fun of everybody, from presidents to whomever makes the front page of newspapers. mr. trump, i cannot call him president, i am sorry. i served my country and i cannot call him a commander-in-chief so i will call him mr. trump. host: he is the president. understand that, sir, but needs to behave presidential. far, he is not the -- he has not. harold is next room -- harold and independent line.
CSPAN
May 14, 2017 9:40am EDT
korea should be able to have nukes. india,ia, china, pakistan, united states can have nukes, then north korea should be able to have nukes. host: that doesn't bother you based on the unpredictably of kim jong in? caller: what about the predictability of the north -- u.s. government? north korea has never overthrow the government. they have not dropped an atomic bomb on anybody. the u.s. has. host: we will go next to texas. caller: good morning. thank you for taking my call. thank you for everything you do. i wanted to make a suggestion that instead of dividing your callers this morning on this issue by party, you divided by geographical region in the united states. i don't think people in florida are worried about a north korean missile attack as people in california or washington or alaska, places like that of the west coast. i think it would be better and havedivisive if you would geographical areas. that smiley comment. host: npr is reporting on this. north korea launches a missile and the president speculates russian needs to respond to this based on that state. we're getting
CSPAN
Mar 7, 2017 9:35am EST
had all hese toys coming from china, , dia, tainted with mercury lead, now we have an epidemic -- let's see, how are we going to take care of all this? we owe china what, 20 trillion or whatever. mute that and put that 20 trillion toward the of thesee to take care younger generation coming up hat will have epidemic of cancer and other illnesses. that is my comment. host: robert, thank you for calling. missiles from north korea prompted action by the administration. the deployment of the terminal high altitude area defense after north korea launched four ballistic missiles joint ay in response to naval exercises by south korea. korealaunching fled south to call for deployment of fad. spokesperson says that one of major five components arrived monday, officials said it could couple months for the system to become truly operational. say many south koreans are worried about expansion of military ties with and it could tes worsen tension with the north and china under deal with washington, south korea provide land and build base, the united pay for missile lockheed martin and the fi
CSPAN
May 2, 2017 8:31am EDT
korea. >> we must all do our share. china is accounting for 90% of north korean trade. china has leverage over pyongyang that is unique and its role is particularly important. >> c-span programs are available at c-span.org, on our homepage, and by searching the video library. announcer: "washington journal" continues. for the next 30 minutes, we want to hear your view on former president obama's reported $400,000 speaking fee for a wall street speech. the line for democrats is (202) 748-8000. republicans, (202) 748-8001. independents, (202) 748-8002. one take comes from "the washington times." cal thomas writes, "exploiting the presidency." now comes president obama receiving $400,000 for a speech run by a wall street firm. mr. obama is getting the money primarily for his celebrity not his deeds. obama's annual presidential pension is $205,700, which is what other living ex-president's get. mr. obama will receive subsidies for travel, office staff, and supplies as well as secret service protection. cap, says "congress should reduce payments for former president in proportion of h
CSPAN
Feb 13, 2017 9:34am EST
trump had maintained combative pproach to china and broke protocol after victory by accepting phone call from taiwan. thursday, president trump spoke to the chinese president abide by the would one china policy that is -- american relationships. taken similar pasteur o the north atlantic treaty organization. after meeting with theresa may he said he would back the before he ut described nato as obsolete, that "wall street 's journal." give us a call, let us know what you think should be the resident's foreign policy priority. diana in buckfield, maine, what you snng caller: i've never been so angry in my life as i am right now. reagan was when elected and when george w. bush nixon and george w. bush was elected, goi the angry. this man is, he is hitler as hitler could be. that, why do you say diana? caller: because of what he's doing. specifically? sepre-- this is white supremeacy in a way i hoped i would never see. host: what specifically, diana? caller: everything. policy toward immigrants, toward refugees and people iving here for 20 year, contributing to the economy, country.chi
CSPAN
Jun 4, 2017 9:41am EDT
have this problem in china, north korea, they do not have this problem with islamic radicals, why is that? host: we will go on to kevin from london, england, watching us on the bbc channel, terror strikes the london bridge, that is the headline from the london journal. how far away where you, kevin? caller: about one mile. host: tell us what you heard or saw. caller: i saw lots of police cars in that direction and i could hear helicopters throughout the night. and watching the news, we knew what was going on. -- we are not terrified. we are shocked, disgusted, upset, but we are not angry at the muslim community. when that irony -- when the ira hit london a couple years ago, everyone knows i am irish, and no one said to me, go home. i am not telling my muslim neighbor to go home. every terrorist attack we have had has been committed by homegrown muslims, not from other countries. if you say for them to go home, you are telling them to go home in england. these all of us do not hate the community, that is not the way to go. host: do you think what happened last night will have an impac
CSPAN
Apr 8, 2017 9:38am EDT
way.the message that i also think and i think it's a reat thing that he was meeting with china's leadership because now they're sitting right next they kind of say, hey, this guy is for real. he's not messing around. and even if people say he's acky or whatever, unstable, psychotic which i don't think people have medical degrees that media all the time. i think that kind of says, okay, do something and i think that's pretty good about that. i really think that's a big problem. on the h your statement tweets before that, well, this is what donald trump said several years ago. well, you know what? we never got that from the oer dministration and it's the he didn't go in people in the media would say we in.uldn't go they have to have that 24/7, you know, just bash trump and no matter what he does, he did the wrong thing. taking my call and i want to wish everybody out happy holidays. happy passover. happy whatever holiday you want to celebrate. i also want to say happy easter because that's what i celebrate we can say that more now that trump is in. host: thank you. to promote somet
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2017 9:08am EST
ecuador, week ogas island. i should say the prime minister from china -- electric power plant north of the country, they have enough to not only country elect, put electricity in the people, ver 11 million but also sell electrical power other mbia and neighboring nations. here in america, we have a power yet we don't share our knowledge and don't profit or king more helping other countries in the neighboring america. continent that is hugely ignored. i just hope that the the new trump administration, can have a decent secretary of state and affairs people. pivot toward uld south america, particularly and, of venezuela course, further south, like brazil. huge, huge mineral country. i don't know. we're worried about middle east, they don't care. obama has given $20 billion to israel. they're planning to give israel 38 billion more in the next four years, how crazy is that? we got neighbors down the technically now, speaking, in south america, that countries are yearning for help, industrial help and we're not it.iding host: go to the independent line verona, chard in missouri. caller:
CSPAN
May 18, 2017 9:34am EDT
china-based network, ballistic missile program. goes on to say trump administration official says the stepped of iran part of up campaign to highlight iran and activities across the middle this week the r u.s. sanctioned members of syria hassad's family and accused yria -- iran is among the biggest supporters of the syrian regime providing soldiers and mr. hassad.nd boling green n kentucky. the r: i'm disappointed in president, he's compromised integrity, time for republicans speakerch mcconnell and paul ryan to step up to lead the prosecution and independent commission. 'm also not sure it is a good idea to your point on syrian olicy to be arming the kurds due to the fact turkey is one of isis ghest places for recruits and i think that compromises american integrity as well. host: did the president's statement about his treatment, think? you caller: i think it is time for him to get over himself and to the focus back on the people and build his team leadership at is also house and it time for senators like mitch mcconnell to take a stand and political games. host: that is matt call n
CSPAN
Jan 30, 2017 9:31am EST
can't go to china and say hey, i'm from america, means you got to change. ridiculous.gotten host: linda talking about. go ahead, finish your thought. aller: this ban is not on muslims, i think it is on terrorism. country me into this with ill will, you know, we let these people in here. it is not their right, not a uman right, it is a privilege to get to come here. ost: linda on the thought on other countrys and what they have to say about it. the washington times today with immigration ban on refugees inspires wide anger and world.pplause across the british prime minister theresa may does not agree with donald trump's order and will challenge the u.s. government if it has adverse effect on british nationals, according to a spokesman. the comment came after mrs. may aid saturday that the decision was a matter solely for the united states. her main political rival, labor leader corbyn called for mr. trump to be ban friday isiting britain until the temporary travel restrictions are rescinded. independent, good morning. caller: good morning. over 20-year military retired veteran combat vet
CSPAN
Jan 10, 2017 9:34am EST
about china why is he so impressed with russia? that is another question to ask. why is he so impressed with their style? why does he want to impose that on the american people? host: that press conference happening at 11:00 a.m. tomorrow. the caller referring to donald trump's response to meryl streep's comments at the golden globes about the donald trump presidency and what she wants the media to do in the years ahead. there is a headline from the "washington times" about it. morning.ependent, good caller: yes, i am calling on the republican line. i voted republican in the past. week, i wantthis the aca to be protected or obamacare to be protected because it is good for america. callersed to several , they are trying to spread other people's wealth, but the truth of the matter is the aca, everybody pays into the aca. it is even more fair and better than the private insurance scheme that we had before. it needs to be protected. as far as the illegal immigrants, people are worried about the illegal immigrants occupying the hospitals and whatnot. here is a solution. and go ton
CSPAN
Mar 31, 2017 9:37am EDT
military and north korea. the meeting next week with china difficult one that we can no longer have massive losses, icits and job the president said in a series of tweets, american companies look at repared to other alternatives, she will spend two weeks, next week, two next week, april 6 and 7, with president trump at maralago. dan from baltimore on the republican line. good morning, dan. morning.good i was listening to the russian nichols.oe host: tom nichols, yes. caller: i got on late, my russia is such an adversary and everybody attacking trump about doing russia, which is not illegal, by the way, unless e's doing business now, but such an adversary, why is it okay for the department of state/united states of america, of uranidlts umm and stake in uranium, i would think of crazy to actually worry about russia and are when they own assets in the united states of america. okay. joe is calling from fayetteville, north carolina. mind?is on your caller: i would like to say, i don't think things have changed '50s.the vladamir putin and the russians probably don't feel like they war a
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2017 9:33am EDT
foreign inisters from mexico, india, china and japan, as well. that happening this weekend. on the floor of the house the , they'll be taking up national defense authorization of , we covered the markup that legislation that went through the night recently, that on te will be taking place the floor today, right here on c-span when the house gavels in we'll bring you gavel-to-gavel coverage. joe, we near open phones this morning, what is on your mind? caller: how are you? was just wondering if i was the only voter that finds the insulting.vestigation here is what i mean. russians didn't hack the vote tallies, whatever votes voters ame from the themselves. to suggest the russians had an influence be it through fake news, r whatever you call it, that kind tactic is only as good as the dumbest voter, you know what i mean? our y they influenced election, you're saying that all hese stories had a negative or profound effect on the voters themselves. host: all right. caller: i think it is a waste of time and money. host: joe in michigan. tony in littleton, colorado, good morning to you. c
CSPAN
Jul 21, 2017 9:32am EDT
ivanka husband husband, family business, and in china trying of their american one of the benefits selling to their the fact ustomers was visas and could get that president would be very interested in this. they didn't say he was involved, but interested. i would love for somebody to if i heard that the details what are. host: okay. lso calling from alabama today on the republican line is sandra, calling from alabama. am i saying that right, sandra? summerton.s, host: what is on your mind today? caller: couple or three things, media talk about the wanting donald trump to show his i.r.s. records and i recommend ex-president mr. obama record.t even show his and also, this drug thing going it -- out of ld, this country and we are reaping generation of people raised without god being tolerated in is my and places, that second question. i mean, comment. sorry. talk about the russians, i'm so sick of hearing about the russians, if people look back when they thought hillary clinton was going to be president, there was said, but as soon as it was shown donald trump was going all president,
CSPAN
Mar 19, 2017 9:42am EDT
world-class satellite capability and the development comes as secretary was ine tillerson, who china, after personally overseeing the test, mr. kim said the world will witness soon "the great significance of this epic making victory we achieved today." let's go to joe, west virginia. welcome. caller: hello? u.s. needs to deal with north korea through china. north korea has no economy, no jobs, they create nothing. use, even that they though they are starving the people to death and developing this muscle program and this nuclear program comes from china. basedinese economy is almost solely on exports to the united states. only thing we have to do is what donald trump said during the campaign. let's put a tariff instead of 50%, let's tell china we will change that tariff to 10% if they address the north korean situation. china was protecting his half-brother in funding his living style and providing protection for him and north korea reached out and killed him with an agent. north korea with nuclear weapons -- it is no threat to the united states i don't think because of our ability t
CSPAN
Apr 28, 2017 8:03am EDT
like to resolve it diplomatically. he went on to say that china has been working very hard, he said on pressure north korea to cooperate. but he also said maybe they are not able to force them amount. tom in new jersey, a democrat. go head. caller: how are you doing today? host: what you think about the president saying this? caller: seems like a lot of fear mongering. even a physician has spoken about his state of mind. i want to touch on that. he has been a probably taking a hair medication that affects his confusion, which might leave to his wishy-washy back and forth. other than that, i really think witheds to clearly speak his cabinet and counsel and not make threats, and then turn around and skid american people. host: ok. that is tom in new jersey. here is a piece of cbs news's website that senator john mccain said -- although military action in north korea does not appear to be imminent, it cannot be taken off the table. tosaid a military response north korea has to absolutely be the last option. that is when we will be convinced the north korea has the capability of the mis
CSPAN
Jun 7, 2017 9:05am EDT
hillary and our congress who has been different 25 years who sold us out to come in us china -- to communist china, and right now 90% of our merchandise comes from china. make $30,000 a year with benefits making these things and we send it to china. for people like what? to make $85 billion? pedro:pedro: independent line, las vegas, nevada. this is james. good morning. caller: first of all, thank you for having a wonderful program. i think the service of c-span is immeasurable. we absolutely need smart and on-time information. second, i think i would like to just say that we are completely blown away by trumps apparent lack of being presidential. they time he steps out on international stage, he embarrasses us horribly. the last caller mentioned something about hillary clinton and he is absolutely right. during the campaign, she never mentioned one word about nafta. anybody who has ever lived in this country in the last 20 years has seen the devastation that nafta brought. it was never addressed. on the subject of elections and what happened, we heard about the election of 2008 and
CSPAN
Apr 14, 2017 9:32am EDT
china moved started area and building, you know, platforms on islands for womens. a lot of aggression and forward we can fire moving of people who not peaceful, that has been going on over the last years. think what trump is do suggest what should have been done. he's saying, no, we're here, we're present and that bomb ago id in the area, years was think what trump is do sugt what should have been done. saying, somebody needs to do something about all those caves, there are terrorists being trained and all that, that was the perfect bomb to collapse the them, to stop them. that probably saved a lot of american lives. anything wrong or out of control about what the saying, somebody needs to going to allow that anymore, be active. our president is interested in presidents at all have to do, which is protect the terrorism.ople from host: okay, gregory, retired of the military. what branch, gregory? the army.served in host: what is on your mind today? caller: i just wanted to talk choice.rst ammunition so we've dropped a bomb on a network and in terms of munitions that was appropriate use
CSPAN
Jan 26, 2017 9:38am EST
. what they have got to realize, the only successful walls ever built was the china wall, ok, and there is a couple fortunes that rome made, but they were during war times and they were not necessary. we are in 2017, and we put a man in the oval office that has violated some of the highest laws in the land against women, and we still call him president? the oval office, now he is walking in his shoes. hack -- hehe russian is trying to cause a problem between our allies and our mexican family, our latino family in south america. racist, ignorant man that has no education about american history. our second grader could tell you more about american history that he can. lincoln, washington, carter, even -- byron'surt your point, viewpoint. -- in philadelphia, speaker ryan and majority leader mitch mcconnell talking to reporters about their annual retreat they are having in that city, the cnn correspondent tweeting out that speaker ryan will not say if the $12 billion to $15 billion cost of the wall will be offset by spending cuts. president trump designing for an aid to mexico as a way to p
CSPAN
Mar 11, 2017 9:36am EST
bankruptcy six times. he has contracts all over the world, including commonest china, ukraine, russia and all these places. somebody you trust like that who'd deals with mobsters in new jersey? i hear he has a problem in new jersey when he tried to build the casinos there that he had. a lot of people didn't get paid work for him. he had ties with mobsters. i guess that's all i have to say. i appreciate c-span. i wish we could go back to when you had to points of view right there sitting with you where the claimsdispute that were made by republicans and democrats. that was really great. i used to watch c-span quite some time ago. you would have a democrat or in opposition guy on one side of the desk who could dispute what the other guy said. right now you just have a platform for democrats and a platform for republicans. that's all i've got to say. like i said, i do appreciate c-span. host: michael flynn, the former national security advisor, is back in the news. this was written by ashley parker. paperwork, he filed identifying himself as a foreign agent who was paid last year to do w
CSPAN
Apr 11, 2017 9:34am EDT
really difficult to look at. it is the practice in china and other asian countries of torturing dogs and cats for example -- the dog and cat meat festival. they are tortured, and dismembered to death. and it is so horrible. mr. hastings was brave to send a letter to the chinese president and there is a sister resolution, 1406, which addresses this issue on making it a federal crime in the united to kill a dog or cat for consumption. there are two states, in particular, that are seeing a problem with which is california and hawaii. in the united states, there are only six states that have outlawed this practice. in the greater world, if you ever have the opportunity, and you only need to see at once, to see a video of what is done to the dogs and cats, many in china are actually stolen pets. the torture that they go through is thatthought process the more you tortured animal, the more adrenaline will go primeh its body so the objective is to treat it as cruelly as possible so you receive a benefit from drinking a soup made out of its bodies. host: can i ask how you came onto this issu
CSPAN
Mar 21, 2017 9:05am EDT
fast-tracked in china for trump incorporated or associated businesses. trump businesses or trump called for infrastructure build-up and he's taking away a lot of the budget that is in initial budget plan infrastructure. where are american jobs being created, first of all? then why did concentration on ilitary build-up, while he's getting 30 plus earmarks of fast should in china, there be independent investigation as to why these business dealings are now controlled by his millions ing toain and we as american people are losing healthcare and i'll let on that.nt host: a story from "u.s.a. today," the headline says that democrats consider funding shelton mp activist, by says that organizers of january's women's march on washington and leaders of indivisible will make prohibitations for democracy influential the donor coalition, the influential holds private n spring meet nothing washington group's g to the president, lamarsh says he contributors ect to a group at the forefront of the anti-trump effort, by former led congressional aide created a modelod conservative tea party tactics and s
CSPAN
Feb 17, 2017 9:35am EST
economic step to america. american jobs are not flowing ver to russia. so he sees china as the one that is endangering the u.s. economy. and so why should he spend all this time trying to aggravate russia. russia is not -- he thinks he can -- i think he believes he can solve the situation in crimea. which belonged to russia. all the time until 1956 or something when khrushchev gave it to the ukraine. the people that live there are russian. that's kind of my comment. no one seems to have been addressing that part. host: thank you. caller mentioning national security. james ma t. the defense secretary is taking part in a -- james mattis, the defense secretary is taking part in germany, he spoke a little while ago. here's what he had to say about nato. >> to confront the threats facing our alliance we must recognize just strategic 8 -- strategic realities but also political. president trump came into office and thrown now his full support to nato. he, too, espouses nato's need to adapt to today's tradge situation for it to remain credible capable and relevant. further, as the minister note
CSPAN
Jun 18, 2017 8:30am EDT
china is completing their ascendancy of world dominance, where they will have an impenetrable cloud internet and i think the object of this unfortunate and tragic carrier crash in japan leading to the deaths of these sailors, the optics couldn't be worse at this particular time as we try to reassert ourselves in that part of the world. i really do think that the commander needs to be court-martialed. initially no excuse for that comments the 21st century with radar. i just wanted to thank c-span because for many decades, you've been such a comfort to me. pretty spotty public education and i feel like every day i watch c-span, i'm attending open university. god bless all of you. i love you. host: thanks for the call. on the facebook page, next and was brought down because he lied and obstructed the investigation into the watergate fiasco. he was a smart man but never did admit he did anything wrong. this for marriott president trump's tweet saying how is tax reform in the works when there is no bill? continue to send us your comments and posts on our facebook page on facebook.com/c-s
CSPAN
Jan 28, 2017 9:31am EST
america white again. he alienated our trading partners from mexico and china. brown people. he is still putting accolades on russia, a white country. i don't understand why he's doing that. then he asked the u.k. to come in. there was nopeople do over. affect andlph nader he would be president and we would see a country like social reconstruction. all his talk about 3 million voters -- this is all a setup for voter suppression. having some kind of id like a poll tax where people will pay. --s not even interested in should be people looking at this because they will be affected as well. i am a disabled person. overturned and there will be some kind of thing for them to practice that will totally cause the deaths of many people who are disabled. it is unconscionable that americans can't see through this. this is not the twilight zone. -- he trump is intent might even be on the other side. the people he's putting in office, do they look like anybody that you know that is representative of america? he had to dig deep to get ben carson. ,e is attacking the press acting like a third wor
CSPAN
Jan 6, 2017 9:07am EST
democratic line. what is on your mind? caller: i'm calling to say that we don't have to worry about china or russia or any other destroying us. because it will end up destroying ourselves. we can't even get past ethnicity. i canceled that she was a human being. i see you as a woman of color. so i already jumped ma'am conclusions of the type of person you are. the same thing if a black man sees a white man. they think he is a power hungry or a moral person who cares about nothing but making money. so when we jump to our own conclusions but individuals, we can't see past working together to make the country stronger than it is. this is a great country. and it could be a lot greater but we are so archaic and are thinking that we can't get past that. and so we don't have to worry about the other people. host: a programming note. this week c-span newsmakers interviewed the house republican senate committee chairman mark walker from north carolina. he talked about a timeline for replacing the affordable care act and how the plan has conservative group presented this week compares with the repub
CSPAN
Mar 6, 2017 9:41am EST
missiles launched monday saying 7:36 china time u.s. strategic command said ystems tracked projectile and determined launch friday north korea did not pose a threat to north american. it rachetted up tension in the egion f. missiles flew 600 skies, south he joint chief of staff said in a reporters,e to local if you go to the pages of role all they identified vulnerable members in the elections, the .c. cc, campaign committee, naming 19 members of frontline program for the most vulnerable 2018.bents in among those, california berra, karabul of california, charlie crist, other listed in the list. to the role call ebsite, you will fiengd a listing of vulnerable members identified by democrats. regory from pennsylvania, republican line. your last call. your : i'm thankful for response, but my concern is very simple. happened to the internal revenue service? there?, are you host: yeah, go ahead. caller: i'm curious to know what the internal revenue service? by any stretch of the imagination, everything trump is spending is extraordinary and unreasonable. have the mp david, we white house.
CSPAN
Apr 18, 2017 9:24am EDT
whilery help to defend china to coax china to apply economic and political pressure on its traditional ally." lee is up next in cincinnati. independent line. -- can i was wondering you hear me? rate. -- great. these are different white houses. we have a southern white house, the white house in d.c. whatever happened to camp david? didn't we used to run that as an alternative to the white house where you did bills? host: camp david is still in existence, still maintained. president trump has not used it for a weekend. it is in the maryland mountains, established back under president roosevelt, and eisenhower certainly named it camp david. but trump has gone down to his estate in mar-a-lago. caller: but didn't all the other presidents use camp david for secure purposes? the taxpayers already paid for it and it has the security. host: they used it in varying ways over the years, some more than others. caller: but we are paying for all of that security down there in florida. and he is not utilizing the property that his job provides for him. host: we appreciate your comment thi
CSPAN
Jan 24, 2017 8:43am EST
perspective. i tried to get the outside view. even china. but do try of work, to get the truth, and the burden seems to be placed upon the people, and i don't think it i think a transcript rule or something, where the media has an agreement with the government that it will, if it's has any questions, prior to their statements on their use,ast, for the radio the that they should rely on the factual -- the facts. host: kneeler with is the director of external organizations for the center for new american security. usa today, he in says don't panic about alternative facts. let's start with the numbers, info wars which received tremendous attention as a haven for conspiracy theorists during the campaign had about 6 million unique monthly visitors. breitbart had about 19 million in 2016 when interest in the presidential campaign was speaking. the usa today network has more than 122 million. viewers cnn's monthly averages about 105 million. washington post and the new york times rose to about 100 million. it is not just numbers. ,hose who read outlets political pull congressional staffers
CSPAN
Apr 13, 2017 9:39am EDT
look like, look like china might have known about it, part of it. politically it was a very good think it was a response that was something that going to happen eventually and i just think it comes together. know if trump orchestrated all that way per was ut i think the fact it just a bombing on the actual fact we let russia know an hour before, those do is said, all trying to make a military stance, now i do that with a lot of people the policy syria needs to be i am oncrete, but concerned i heard couple days historian rnalist tated that he felt like syrian civil war was really almost done assad essentially won that. ost: james, have to leave it there. willie, nashville, tennessee, democrat line. caller: yes, about trump and and all the pro-trump people saying nothing found yet, it took mber how long for nixon to be for him to leave the white house for the watergate investigation and on assad if he had better command the language, he may have said the same thing his buddy trump said about being fake news. thank you. reporting the current president is going to make his debut in b
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Feb 2, 2017 9:37am EST
with china, what is going on with the tpp and yet he seems to have no putin andealing with it seems to me i guess one caucasian can get along with another caucasian and it started in washington. you had your first black president and the resentment of having a black man in that sad.rity -- it was just i just wanted to say that something is going on with white supremacy. host: in tennessee, independent. i have to push the button, sorry. caller: can you hear me ? host: we can. go ahead. waser: congressman cohen spot on and i am proud to be from tennessee. i am proud he is bringing these issues to the forefront. i feel this is a new fascism, neo-fascism being created right now. the budget deficit is going to go through the roof. this country has elected not only a tv host who is more concerned about his ratings than actually running this country and he is basically a full -- tool for steve bannon. if you look at steve bannon's history, this man is a neo- fascist. is strongn cohen and fellow democrats should stand with him to an sure we have a free and open society and this extreme bett
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Mar 29, 2017 9:24am EDT
the story own government and f.b.i. to make it look like that russia or china has had our own government. host: rockville, maryland, independent. my name is abliza. i want to talk about health reform. this issue, until republicans democrats -- rules on internet privacy, 15 republicans with 200, no, along along with all democrats 205 votes, a close vote yesterday on the floor. listen to some arguments that made. this is congresswoman marsha talking n of tennessee about the myth about this rule. there will ds claim be a gap for isp's in the f.c.c. rules when they're overturned. this simply is false and let me you why. has the . already authority to enforce privacy obligation of broadband service case-by-case basis. the ant to section 201 of communication act, they can police practices of isp's that unreasonable. section 202 and 222 also protect consumers. -- of the communications a act, the attorney general have to go after companies for unfair and practices. third, litigation is another pursue onsumer consist against the isp's for mishandling personal data. providers have priva
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Mar 14, 2017 9:36am EDT
his ties made in china and glassware made in czech, but doesn't bring to this country? michigan fwchlt to james, line for independents in montana. james, good morning. caller: good morning, sir, how are you this morning? ahead.doing well, go caller: couple questions. one first question i do have, are it says 24 million -- those peep they'll do not have to buy healthcare anymore? james, according to cbo score, a lot of people in that people, the 14 million, likely will come the people who are no longer mandated to buy insurance. when outyears, 24 million projection in 2026, the cbo score expects more of those folks to be people who are covered under medicaid. does that make sense? caller: in a way, because what looking at and i am on medicaid, by the way, i'm have muscular i dystroph y, the lower deficit thought that the we're not paying for a lot of people who are getting healthcare under the obamacare plan, but it is still written in there, people like myself who absolutely need the care will it.l get and when you look at it that way tis actually a benefit to the country as a w
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Jun 11, 2017 9:38am EDT
there was a s and stateate threats. today if you think about north korea or iran or china and russia, that world of state to state relations is still very, very important, and i think of it as the chessboard world, because it is the world of how do we essentially beat our adversaries. we think about a move and we try to anticipate what move they are going to make. that world is there and it is very important. equally important is what i call the world and the web, the world of criminal networks including terrorists would also drug traffickers. , which isof business increasingly a big network supply chain, global corporations, and the world of nongovernmental organizations. i think of all of those actors actors, increasingly important actors. but we don't have strategies for how to bring them together. "after words," tonight at 90 5 p.m. eastern on c-span2's booktv. >> "washington journal" continues. host: a chance to hear what you're thinking our remaining 25 minutes on "washington journal," and you can send us a tweet or share a comment on the facebook page. back," based on his news
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May 30, 2017 9:33am EDT
eyes and united states when obama went over to china and didn't roll out the red carpet, now you got saudi arabia rolling out the red carpet and europe and who knows who else, you know, looking united states.he unbelievable. host: the "wall street journal" merkel's comment necessary one of their editorials today. they say her comments are widely perceived as german chancellor to last week's summit, the new u.s. president challenged nato members to spend defense and refused to sign on climate change policy of the other six leaders. asked, since when is difference of opinion on climate retreat gnal of u.s. from europe and why is mr. trump's reluctance to sign on to whether toill decide leave the accord this week, failure of leadership? suggests she kel is most upset because mr. trump declined to follow her lead on climate. more from the editorial board in today's "wall street journal." greg, democrat, in auburn, good morning. caller: good morning. go ahead. caller: hello. host: listening, greg, go ahead. yes, my comment is, i think that the american people what is going on. hasink
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