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CBS
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
position. we're going to see what happens. >> today both china and russia were part of a unanimous u.n. security council resolution condemning north korea's recent attempt to launch a ballistic missile. it demands the communist country conduct no further nuclear tests or face more sanctions. >>> still ahead, an unintended towing on a california freeway. >> coming up a big rig drags this car for miles! the truck driver says he had no idea. >> plus, while you're listening to music, a new lawsuit claims your headphones are spying on you. >> and cash may no longer be king. why more people are charging even the smallest purchases. and some businesses are going credit-only. a driver frantically waves for help... after his car got hooked onto a big rig. >>> hard football. here's the video dragged a-- hard to believe here's the video dragged along the freeway for mile a driver waving for help after his car got hooked on the back of a big rig. this happened in southern california on i-15 in the cajon pass. reporter crystal cruz shows us what it took to finally get the truck driver's attention
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 8:00pm EDT
problem. if we are going to compete with india and china. they are laughing at us that we think it's good for our workforce. kennedy: i didn't realize yaind was morally superior to us or china somehow because they are laughing at tour freedom. >> not a bert system. but other countries aren't promoting a lack of ambition drugs. and this is a about a lack of ambition and especially for developing brains before age 30. college age and high school, that's extremely harmful. kennedy: high school use of marijuana has gone down in colorado since marijuana has been legalized there. >> that's a bad study. >> it's not a bad study. >> the on representative survey in colorado found they are the number one state in the country for marijuana use. the driving issue as well. i think this is an interesting point, and i respect your points. but you talk about, we are going to dwell aught this money and jobs. that's like looking at a business and saying look at all the revenue we have gotten without looking at the other side of the balance sheets which is the costs. the costs are the drunk driving costs, me
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
korea was once part of china. it was not. and he said an armada was heading for the korean peninsula, but then it was revealed that the aircraft carrier group was actually thousands of miles away and heading in the opposite direction, prompting a south korean newspaper to call it, quote, trump's lie over the carl vinson. when it comes to the president and his tough talk with nuclear-armed north korea, the associated press reports that many south koreans have just three words to describe him. unpredictable, unhinged, dangerous. donald trump on the world stage next. why pause a spontaneous moment? cialis for daily use treats ed and the urinary symptoms of bph. tell your doctor about your medicines, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, or adempas® for pulmonary hypertension, as this may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess. to avoid long-term injury, get medical help right away for an erection lasting more than four hours. if you have a sudden decrease or loss of hearing or vision, or
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
. the second that it was created by china and the truth is they're on the path to deal with the climate change. so the hoax is at the white house not in beijing. >> he says it's not intelligent. >> that's so implausible and so stupid [ laughter ] -- that the fact that it's being said, it takes my breath away. it's amazing, if you can say that, you can say anything. >> he thinks that the president's washington is rudder less. >> whatever their doing in white house and i'm not responsible for washington. >> even citing his need to use a scholar for the keys in life. >> prayer and mortification and both are needed to deal with trump. >> while most voters agree with the governor, it shouldn't be forgotten that 4 million voted for trump. >>> the body of a man from oakland whose both capsized yesterday, has been found. they found the body in the same area where his 10 foot boat overturned yesterday. car keys and his wallet and a cooler with fish was found nearby. >>> we already know that squaw valley is open for the fourth of july, but what about labor day? it's not too much of a stretch. there's so
industry, steel workers suffer because our trading partners do not play by the rules. china's state owned properties have flooded the global market with unfairly made steel, but the same is true, as you know, and aluminum. what does the united states do a net china to implement reduction of its steel and aluminum capacity and if it refuses, what steps do you take in response? senator, thank you for your kind words. i appreciate that. i am proud to be from ohio. i have been to the lorraine facility. glad -- i'm sure there are other people that come to mind. my brother. there is my brother. we have talked a little bit chineseis issue of steel and aluminum and it is troubling to me, not just the cause of those products, but because it is a model for the chinese industrial policy. and to some extent we have two -- two economic models. one is a different 1, 1 that is more state control. it is noty cases economic. what i have said is, we have to have a comprehensive approach on this. we have to address the chinese overcapacity issue and push back on that. some of those discussions have possibil
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 4:59pm PDT
an about-face to stem the bleeding. >>> and a hot selling american brand in china. >> reporter: i'm phil lebeau in shanghai, china, were cadillacs are rolling off the line and sales are soaring. could china eventually become the largest market in the world for cadillacs? that story coming up on "nightly business report." >>> those stories and more, tonight, thursday, april 20th. >>> good evening, everyone, and welcome. i'm sue herera. tyler mathisen is off tonight. wall street and washington came together, and the result was a stock market rally. profit reports were mostly upbeat. european markets rose. and there seems to be movement on some of the trump administration's pro-growth agenda. here are the closing numbers. the dow jones industrial average rose 174 points to 20,578. the nasdaq added 53. and the s&p 500 gained 17. bob pisani has more. >> reporter: why the rally today? it's a tricky call, but several factors are fueling the move higher. earnings have been mostly positive today, whether it's csx helping the railroads or qualcomm helping semi conductors, the earnings story has gener
of. i have great respect for the president of china. as you know, we had a great summit in florida and palm beach and got to know each other and i think like each other. i can say from my standpoint i liked him very much, i respected him very much and i think he's working very hard. i can say all the pundits out there are saying they have never seen china work like they're working right now. many coal ships have been sent back. many other things have happened. some very unusual moves have been made over the last two or three hours. and i really have confidence that the president will try very hard. we don't know whether or not they're able to do that but i have absolute confidence that he will be trying very, very hard. and one of the reasons we're talking about trade deals and we're talking about all of the different things but we're slowing up a little bit. i actually told him. i said you will make a much better deal on trade if you get rid of this menace or do something about the menace of north korea, because that's what it is right now, it's a menace right now. we'll see what
than any other part of asia. investmentn, an which is more than in china, india, and japan combined. the u.s. will redouble our cooperation on issues of regional security. reality threatens all our nations. we will continue supporting efforts to support our people and our way of life. across this region and the wider world. we will continue to work closely to promote peace and stability, by upholding a rules-based order. encouraging the peaceful and diplomatic resolution of disputes. side-by-sideworked to foster peace and prosperity between our lands. president trump and i are confident through our continued partnership, which is going stronger, we will build on our firm foundation to reach greater heights in the next 50 years. i want to say thank you. thank you to the permanent members. thank you to the secretary general. president trump and i look forward to reaffirming our commitment to each of you in the days ahead. i know he looks forward to this november. thank you for giving us the opportunity to make this announcement. it is an honor to be with you all. [applause] [applause]
with china, this has to do with worldwide. the dumping problem is a worldwide problem. >> thank you. president trump: thank you, everybody. [applause] >> tonight on c-span, part two of our special program looking at the trump. berniea brief look at sanders. but first, betsy devos. >> i have only got one question today. us to it so difficult for figure out how to focus on outcome versus to get so hung up on process? i think that is a very good question and i think we could have a robust debate about that. the human tendency is to protect and guard what is because change is difficult. thatet, we see the fact there are millions of students who are simply not getting the opportunity for an equal opportunity for a quality education. we tried to tinker around from the top and we try to fix things. systemmes more about the then what is right for each child. that climateieve change is caused by carbon emissions, human activity? as i indicated. he you were not here but as i indicated, the climate is changing. activity contributes to that in some manner. senator sanders: in some manner? scien
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
down the temperature, administration is leaning on china. >> some unusual moves have been made over the last two or three hours and i really have confidence that the president will try very hard. >> reporter: the president didn't specify what chinese moves he meant and isn't saying what he would do if north korea does test a nuclear weapon. the first time under his presidency, instead, preferring to preserve the element of surprise. that's been a hallmark of his foreign policy so far and today on the foreign nuclear deal, another startling break. >> they are not living up to the spirit of the agreement. i can tell you that. >> reporter: but just two days ago, his own state department acknowledged iran is holding up its end of the bargain. another step for donald trump toward developing a doctrine of unpredictability. the president's first foreign trip will be to italy for the g 7 summit with key allies and plans are also in the works to try to meet with the pope, that would come more than a year after pope francis gently criticized the idea of a border wall with then candidate trump
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
's yours. mine is somewhere in china, russia there. so kind of cool. and also for more on earth day, a whole list of bay area activities. just go to our website, abc 7 news.com and you can see so many cities have events that are right for the whole family. larry and alma? >> i'd like to adopt beach front property that i would like to have legally, not virtually. >>> historic birth, last baby whale born yesterday. sea world said it ended orca breeding: it was pregnant at that time. visitors will be able to observe the calf soon. >> it's time to check on weather. kind of a bit of a downpour last night. cleared up nicely. >> i think the weekend is going to be spectacular. tomorrow maybe the high temperature spot of the week. >> see, larry is a junior meteorologist. he knows these things. he checked in with me already. the next few days along with tomorrow's big warm up we have zero chance of precipitation. as we get into early next week you see over here actually, we start here for the weekend. here for next week. we'll see the chance of rain bumps up to 60% for next tuesday. we have r
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
, number 1 climate change is a hoax. that's his 1st proposition. his 2nd is that it was created by china. the truth is, china is on a path to do a hell of a lot more than the trump administration in dealing with climate change.>> reporter: many cities, states and other countries are coming up with their own plans to fight -- climate change. >>> brian sobel is here to discuss more, brian on the campaign trail, then candidate trump laden to the iran nuclear deal, the tone he set today, when he said, what does it say about us involvement in that agreement moving forward? >> we don't know where the president will take things, whether he will make the decision to step back, the paperwork submitted today said iran is in compliance, but then later the president said they are following the spirit of the agreement. >> it was a carefully chosen word. >> absolutely. >> it has to do generally, their work in the region, dealing with hamas, going back, taking some of our navy people temporarily prisoner, all sorts of things that say they don't want to be a player on the world stage they want to do wha
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
of him going around and getting china's president to be friendly, to working with the u.s. on north korea for the first time, for all these world leaders that seem to be paying attention to u.s. policy, foreign policy for the first time, this is a guy have much like your boss, ronald reagan that people discounted when it came to foreign policy. but he has a personality to get through to these people. >> he's a strong leader and we have not had a strong leader in the oval office for a long time. he probably knows less than most coming into that office. a fabulous one-on-one. are they willing to step in and fake their ally to task, north korea. if he does, it's a major accomplishment. in 100 days he's met with more world leaders than any modern president. three last week, those are big events. usually there are one or two of those a month. he's nonstop on the state department foreign policy stuff and the state depth is not fully staffed yet. tom: on the chinese are you ready to trust but verify? ed: i'm willing to continue to talk. they are an important long-term ally. but they have been a
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
judge and slamming the state of hawaii. plus china bombers on high alert. north korea threatening a nuclear strike which they say would reduce the u.s. to ashes. and jeanne moos with a late night send off to bill o'reilly. >> good evening to you, gretchen, i mean, who's left? if you've tried every pill on the shelf to treat your tough nasal allergies... ...listen up. unlike pills that don't treat congestion, clarispray covers 100 percent of your nasal allergy symptoms. clarispray. from the makers of claritin. hey ron! they're finally taking down that schwab billboard. oh, not so fast, carl. ♪ oh no. schwab, again? index investing for that low? that's three times less than fidelity... ...and four times less than vanguard. what's next, no minimums? ...no minimums. schwab has lowered the cost of investing again. introducing the lowest cost index funds in the industry with no minimums. i bet they're calling about the schwab news. schwab. a modern approach to wealth management. garden weeds are scoundrels. with roundup precision gel®, you can banish them without harming plants nearb
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
, once referred to john foster dulles as a guy -- he's a bull that carries his own china shop with him. and, kathleen, it looks like he just wants to fight with everybody. it's like a groucho marx character, i'll fight anybody in the house for a dollar. why does he want to have a constant face with north korea, iran, and maybe not russia because that's his bromance, including europe? go ahead. >> that's his m.o. when he doesn't like what someone says, then they're the enemy. when he doesn't like the media, then we are the opposition party. so basically he approaches all problems and all nations as if they were each and every one of them oppositional to him. so his idea that america first would -- you know, that america would always be first in any negotiation, in any policy decision, that's fine and good but not if that means that every person, every nation is suddenly on the enemies list. and if they're not, we're going to quickly make them join the enemies list. i mean what's going on in north korea is frightening and now china's military is preparing for this possible missile launch
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
according to donald trump, he signed a memo eel imports,te st aiming at countries like china. , wantingu.s. steel those practices looked at. looking into the bloomberg at oil. oil was down, but back above $50. the u.s. has been pumping more oil. this chart shows as the price of oil has weekend, opec and suppliers failed after three months to limit production and plans, according to the saudis. they ever recommitted to using output in six months. that is not pushing oil higher but adding to concerns. blue on that chart is the price of oil. yvonne: we saw investors react to a fresh round of economic data. let's start with the latest on a jobless claims. but jobs data, continues to be strong, showing a solidification in the market. in thenot see an uptick unemployment or jobless claims that may have been last week due to the holiday shortened week. to receive continue jobless benefits, that has apriled the most since 2015. consumer confidence eased for the first time in three weeks. less upbeat about the buying climate and the state of the economy. the national economy cooled from 815 year
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
." earlier, the president talked tough on trade, which could affect relations with china and canada. margaret brennan is at the white house tonight. margaret, what did the president say? >> reporter: well, scott, the president launched an investigation into foreign-made steel and whether it's a threat to national security. this could be the first step before putting tariffs on steel imports. of course, china is the world's biggest steel producer, but the president stomed short of directly challenging bei because, of course, he needs their help on many issues, particularly, north korea. now, the president did not mince words, though, when he was talking about canada. he said that country's trade practices were a "disgrace," and he promised again to renegotiate nafta. but to do that, the white house first has to get congress to sign off on a plan, and, scott, they still have not sent a final proposal up to the hill. the white house did tell us, though, that they're working on it. >> pelley: and, margaret, also, today, the president's attorney general, jeff sessions, raised some eyebrows with wh
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
: when asked about north korea, president trump started talking about getting help from china to end north korea's nuclear program when he made this cryptic statement. >> very unusual moves have been made over the last two or three hours and i really have confidence that the president will try very hard. we don't know whether or not they are able to do that but i have absolute confidence that he will be trying very, very hard. >> reporter: once again, president trump called the nuclear agreement the obama administration brokered with iran one of the worst deals of all time. >> we are analyzing it very, very carefully and we will have something to say about it in the not too distant future but iran has not lived up to the spirit of the agreement. >> reporter: the state department issued a letter to congress this week reporting iran is living up to the terms of the deal. greg boswell, cbs news, the white house. >> president trump has ordered a 90 da nuclear deal. >>> ready for round two of a republican plan to repeal and replace obamacare, politico is reporting tonight the white house
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
to be mixing business with china and north korea. and also meeting the italian prime minister. blayne alexander is trying to keep track of all of that from capitol hill tonight. >> doreen, good evening to you. that wide-ranging news conference today with the italian prime minister, it really gives a good look at just how much president trump has on his plate, both foreign and domestically, now just 91 days in office. standing beside the italian talking foreign policy -- >> they are not living up to the spirit of the agreement. >> reporter: the president for the first time adding new joiskds for throwing out the iran nuclear deal. >> we're analyzing it very, very carefully and we'll have something to say about it in the not too distant future. >> reporter: just a day after his administration said the regime was following the letter of the agreement. on north korea -- >> we are in very good shape. we're building our military rapidly. >> reporter: framing china as an ally against north korea, but still a potential economic rival. >> you'll make a much better deal on trade if you get rid of this me
LINKTV
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
recently secured three new trademarks in china on the very same day she dined with the chinese president her father, president trump at mar-a-lago. , is ivanka using her white house post to enrich her business empire? >> nobody holding a position of trust with united states government can receive payments from foreign governments. whether gifts or a celery or profits. and that is what emoluments are, profits or benefits, comes from the latin root the refersrs to profits and benefits. amy: thehen as human rights wath accuses the u.s. of bombmbing a mosque in syria, killing dozens, we will look at the soaring number of civilian deaths caused by u.s. airstrikes in syria and iraq. all that and more, coming up. welcome to democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the longtime fox news star bill o'reilly is out after more than half dozen women accused him of sexual harassment. his departure follows a similar ouster of longtime powerful fox news ceo roger ailes, who was also forced out this past summer after more than 20 women accused him of sexual harassment.
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
has ordered an investigation into whether imported steel from china and elsewhere is hurting national security. he signed the directive, with executives from u.s. steel makers looking on. the results of the probe could let him curb steel imports, under a 1960's trade law. and, on wall street, stocks rallied on upbeat earnings reports. the dow jones industrial average gained 174 points to close at 20,578. the nasdaq rose 53 points, and the s&p 500 added 17. still to come on the newshour: business ties between the trump administration and large corporations. the russia file: documents reveal russian plans to influence the u.s. election. news dvisions-- stark contrasts between where conservative and liberal americans get their news, and much more. >> sreenivasan: now, how behind- the-scenes moves by a pair of corporate giants are raising red flags about the trump administration. companies routinely advocate and bby every day on behalf of their business and shareholders. sometimes those matters are not important only about corporate profits, but to the economic livelihoods of workers and
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
. gary lock is a former u.s. ambassador to china. david singh with the "the new york times," and howard fine, the huffington post. ambassador to you first. it seems like president trump like many before putting all his eggs in one basket that china is somehow going to do something, china is the big brother to north korea will do something. what can china do to make kim jong-un put his arms down? >> actually china has already joined with the united states under initiatives launched by president obama to really impose and go along with u.n. sanctions against north korea. so, china has already been economically strangling north korea, but obviously it can do more and really has to really try to make sure it doesn't sell any equipment that could be used for military purposes, whether for missile launches or for nuclear testing. but it's also going to have to ultimately come down to a diplomatic solution in which all parties, including the united states, sits down together. >> all right. howard, what diplomatic solution could be -- could there be? because we're dealing with someone who has g
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
the united states and south korea in their words, in an instant. a defense official tells cnn china's military is preparing for all contin jens is including a war in its backyard. with hundreds of u.s. troops now engaging in combat drills with south korea. this hour. i'll speak with congressman peter king. he's a key republican on homeland security committees. our analysts are standing by. first let's go to our cnn international correspondent melissa bell. she's in paris covering this latest attack. what's the latest? >> reporter: this police operation is still going on down here on the shaunz elise. it was three hours ago now that we now know that this man pulled up alongside a police vehicle, emerged from his car and began slooting. we heard the gunshots from up here on the cnn terrace but assumed that it must have been fireworks. we now know it was the sound of him shooting towards that police van. one policeman has been shot and already the political campaign that is in full swing here in france and we are just days away from what many had already suggested was likely to be a hi
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
to be leaning on, counting on his new best friend, the president of china to fix this thing for him. the chinese have failed to deliver on that score many times in the past. >> bret: does seem like he references frequently that meeting ingmar lago. >> interesting that so many pendants seem interested on russia, not that those aren't focusing their attention there, and he seems to be optimistic. >> bret: steve? >> i think jason's point about iran is right. we are hearing next messages. i think there is a reason for it. the reason is, iran got the goods, got the rewards early, and now it is about compliance. so if the administration tears up the deal, iran has already gotten much of what it took to get it to sign the deal. the united states and people who keep iran from getting a nuclear weapon now want to test the compliance. to broaden the picture, the administration has changed the way it is talking about the threat from iran. the obama administration had chosen this deliberate policy, the decoupling from everything else iran does. you heard in rex tillerson's comments yesterday, you heard from
CNBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
, $9 billion in yahoo! china stock and $7.5 billion in additional cash currently held, totally $64 billion versus the current market cap of $45.5 billion, which would be a stock price of $67 or difference over 40%, what is keeping the company stock from adjusting to the component value and should we back the truck up? >> noy don't back the truck up. it's a plan merger. you have great numbers you reeled off there. i don't know about the tax considerations. it is a holding company after all. if you want to hold it, that's fine. i'd like to find the next big one. sometimes it all comes together like today that people put together details about companies and reach their own conclusions. today, they come uniformly bullish. on "mad money" tonight, santa ana snap-on, maybe they've got it wrong. and who could be the biggest winner from the sherwin williams-valspar merger? it may shock you. >> something you don't know about, a rare appearance by matthew boss, an analyst. coming up. stick with cramer. >>> don't miss a second of "mad money." follow @jimcramer on twitter. have a question? twee
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
the different cases brought against china. something happens that is litigated. and nothing truly changes. i took a different view on this. if i want to buy a steel it steel for some in china. in the u.s. price as is maybe 900 let's say. as long as it's not radioactive advocates really between me and that person. i don't think it's dumping. even if china's government. how can the capitalistic company compete against that because we saw a lot of them go out of business. i think that's something we have to hammer them on. i want to see us get to the point where we have a 5% uniform tariff across the board. verbally focusing on sticks. we should be focused on the carrots. you can lower their taxes. deregulation and making low-cost energy readily available. i like to see more of a focus on the. i think this administration is can it try every tool in the toolbox. we know that they said the problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of under -- other people's money. it always ends in violence and bloodshed. that's coming up next. here. [wife] hi [dad] hey buddy [son] hey dad [wife] i th
18 so that particular opportunity to think they have been impacted by the way china accounts for 50 percent of the trade deficit but this week by eight american entire american executive order was signed so various agencies to buy a goods under those circumstances with the issuance of wafers also looking at trade agreements of those by america provisions looking at the age one be visa if they have the skills that is part of that program. then just today presidential memorandum was signed to investigate the national security impact again if congress recommends the action they cannot impose additional duties. where commerce found there was no threat to national security. >> trying to pick up on bilateral trade deficits what is your action? >> the economist will tell you that is not the right thing to focus on. the deficit may not be a bad thing. i get the economic argument is an analogy that have had used is a corporate perspective with the bilateral surplus and bilateral deficits with your suppliers. focusing on the individual partner does not make sense bennett what is motivating th
but china talk about a hard landing but the economy seems to be stabilizing and then to stabilize for the foreseeable future. >> some of that uncertainty measuring with gdp to do studies of the impact of policy that is not as clear so i think it is quite accurate to let you are saying their policies at and changed a lot but the ferreted be monetary policy their real-estate for what we have seen with respect to japan or europe and then the euro also appreciate -- appreciated so there is a big fluctuation in with the greater degree of strategic monetary system. >> were you surprised when it came out quite. >> but they do mention countries. >> but what we have been involved there seems to be so much focus on us demand side and a lot of the report talks about trade deficits. and to me talking about the supply side that seems to be a very keynesian analysis. with one of my stance in government and their buses japanese sentiment about that. so there was that structural impediment initiative. >> with the structural supply-side with the large scale with that savings and estimate cap that
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
for a unified front with u.s. allies as it faces the crisis in syria and pressing china for help, reining in north korea's nuclear ambition. president trump insisted his trade probe was not targeting chinese steel. >> this has to do with worldwide, what's happening. >> reporter: but mr. trump's commerce secretary says chinese steel exports have continued to rise and now 26% of the u.s. market. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. >> both china and russia were part of a unanimous u.n. security council resolution condemning north korea's recent attempt to launch missile, demanding it conduct no further nuclear tests and threatening more sanctions. >>> police arrested one man but still looking for two others connected to a murder in college park. 27-year-old william moore of dundalk, maryland is charged with first-degree murder. 36-year-old rally farley was shot and killed in an apartment on milestone way last month. police released some video of two other people walking into his apartment building just before that shooting and $25,000 is out there for the person who can lead police to
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
was excited. they are interested in the way consumers in china engage with brands. that's one of the things we think a lot about. when you think of 21st-century 80,umers, anyone from 18 to the way we communicate is very different from the way we communicated 5, 10, 20 years ago. i think they saw that massive trend happening in china and they look like -- at a company and say you guys are going to take advantage of this opportunity as it hits throughout the world. tooline: they're looking give customers direct access to businesses and vice versa. they launched bots. is that a competitor or something you engage with? joseph: we just rolled out support for messenger, for example. that we want consumers and companies to be able to communicate back and forth in the same way we communicate with our friends. when i call my wife, i leave a voicemail, i use facebook messenger, i use an app. the key thing is, in all those conversations i have with her, it's always about her on the other side. it's not about any particular channel. we are trying to enable that very personal, empathetic, helpful conversat
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
of. i have great respect for the president of china. i actually told him, you'll make a much better deal on trade if you get rid of this menace or do something about the menace of north korea. because that is what it is. it is a menace right now. so we'll see what happens. >> dana: there is president trump using leverage on trade, but you have to mention that the italian prime minister was like, what am i, chopped liver? no one asks about elite. >> greg: it's america! i like how trump talks about china. like, at a bar with his buddy, lake, got to get out of this relationship. like it or not. >> dana: got to kick her out of the house. >> greg: or him. who cares if he is mentally unstable, we have to react to north korea's actions. they just released a statement where they are planning to launch a super mighty preemptive strike. that's what they call it, sounds like something that the mighty morphin' power rangers would do. the problem with north korea is that it is comical until it isn't. we talk about it, obviously a part point of comedy central with south park, we think it is funny
CNBC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
to do about all of that. not focus on any of this was the name of the country china. clearly there are concerns about china here in the white house. the immerse secretary wilbur ross talked about the idea of not ending steel imports here. the idea they have is to change steel arithmetic to end dumping while the chinese steel industry here inside the united states. the president during the signing ceremony not talking about china but very much talking about canada, surprising some observers. here's what he said. >> we can't let canada or anybody else take advantage and do what they did to our workers and our farmers and again, i want to also just mention, included in there, so we will have to get to the negotiating table can canada very, very quick quickly. >> i will tell you, i was talking to maria longview. they very much like the attention their industry is getting. it was their turn today, here at the white house, simply bringing industry after industry group from to meet with the top leaders and peck their brain. today another day at the white house. >> is it thought perh
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
. why is china putting war planes on high alert? and the trump factor. president trump is silent on the stunning downfall of his long-time friend bill o'reilly as the president's strong defense of the former fox host against sexual harassment allegations, what are the political implications? i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." ♪ >>> this is "cnn breaking news." >> we're following breaking news. a deadly shooting in paris now being investigated as a possible terror attack. officials there say a car pulled up next to a police van and opened fire with an automatic weapon. one police officer was killed, at least two others injured before the shooter was killed. over at the white house meanwhile, president trump just expressed condolences to france and said the shooting, quote, looks like another terrorist attack. the president also criticized iran, which he says is not living up to the spirit of the nuclear agreement. and he expressed confidence that china's president is working to contain what mr. trump calls the menace of north korea. also tonight, the kim jong-un r
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
that china had made some progress with north korea of the steps were being taken. it was extraordinarily vague. what do you know some have you gotten any briefings or updates based on the president's meeting with the chinese president mar-a-lago? have you gotten a briefing on what china plengd to do? >> i'm not aware of any briefings to congress regarding the premiere of china the and the united states. also not in regard to north korea. we will have a briefing next week when congress returns to north korea that has been scheduled for the members of senate. i am concerned about what is our policy in regard to north korea of the i understand we don't like what the young leader is doing. he is violating international agreements on his nuclear proliferations swes the missile tests that he is attempting to do. it is a very dangerous situation. we have to make sure that they're strong mature u.s. leadership to prevent north korea from having that capacity deliver a nuclear weapon against our interests. we have to do that in a way in support of international community. the best way food is to
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
flowers before the launch. >>> china launched their first unmanned cargo ship designed to bring shipments. they are assembling the modules for the outpost that goes into service 2022. >>> and drone 6 is flying over the skies over chestnut hill and there once again giving us the vantage point of spring and the trees are popping with leaves and the arboretum a great place to catch the smells and sounds of the season and we are getting a little bit of rain if the forecast. >> oh boy. my children love going there to climb and all the other fun things. lets back out to south jersey adam joseph is on a spring adventure. >> in digger land on big equipment. >> this is one you are encouraged to get dirty and you know i'm having a lot of fun and you know this especially brian. i make fun of you for this but i'm on air with my hair a nasty mess after wearing hard hats. this is an an amusement parks for kids of all ables and this spin thing goes around and around and the sky shuttle going up in the air and that is more my tile style and the ropes course here pretty hard. i have been watching the folk
? in china we have seen a surge in private sector debt. how do you think about that? >> start talking about $20 trillion in total debt. it would make you lose a little bit of sleep. what i tell my colleagues the left, the right, i say this, soon or later we will balance our budget. we are either going to do it on our terms are on somebody else's terms. if you continue like this indefinitely as, at some point someone will refuse to lend you the money. i don't think that's this year or next year but it could be sometime during my children's lifetime. the question is are you going to fiscal house in order under terms and conditions that you control? are you going to get control and terms and conditions some else dictates to you, the credit markets. other countries are seeing that already. we are not greece and comparisons to greece are probably entirely unfounded but you said you can't look at that as an example of what might happen to another country in the future, you would be foolish not to do that. i think there's some lessons to be learned about overextending yourself on debt. i think the
CSPAN
Apr 20, 2017 4:26pm EDT
we will be adversaries. not unlike my comments on china. at times, china is friendly and at times, china is an adversary. but with russia, engagement is necessary in order to define what is that relationship going to be? and you'll know how to chart our own plan of action to respond to that. >> in my mind, if i take a look at the spectrum of america's relationship with different nations, we have friends and allies. friendly rivals, unfriendly adversaries, and enemies. >> unfriendly to enemies. at this point, they are clearly in the unfriendly adversary category. i hope they do not move because it would imply even more direct conflict with one another. into the move him friendly rival category. maybe partners with mutual interest. in three categories, there are friends, partners, and adversaries. at times, friends or partners. adversaries from time to time can be partners. but on other issues, we are just not going to agree. so we remain adversaries. an adversary at the ideological level is one thing. and adversary at the conflict level, that is very different. >> i want to switch
are seniors 74 percent and most of seniors are chinese and many bilingual china speaking of the adults with disabilities not seniors most of them are african-american or white about a their about 20 percent provider and 6 it percent are caring for relatives did you want child caring for a parent we have a couple of challenges trent alluded to one proposed by the governor but in addition we've seen a challenge to in-home care supportive services the ability to retain workers i think that i've talked with most is of with the issue of workforce in older adults and adults with disabilities but in-home care is dire right now and one of the reasons that with the increase in minimum wage there is kind of a compression between what us hss workers with working with the difficult clients and the minimum wage everyone knows how hard it is to give in-home care especially, if not our relatives and even if you work with our relatives. >> it is actually you're right i personally know that so one of the things that is happening you know people can get a different kind of job and make the same pay poem
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
and are largely credited to help keep the newspapers popular in the recession. and you got to see this. china launching the cargo spacecraft. it's a crucial step to develop a space station in the future. they have an ambitious space program with a goal of landing on the moon by 2018 and on mars by 2020. >> and lift off! they are on their way to the international space station. michelle: on board an american astronaut and a russian cosmonaut on the way to the international space station. the soyuz space capsule lifting off from a launch facility in kazakhstan. the american astronaut is jack fisher and that is his first trip to space. jonathan: just in time for summer. speaking of the wild rides. hello! nancy: awesome! jonathan: this is a new ride at six flags jackson, new jersey. called the drop of doom v.r.! not sure what v.r. stands for. nancy: virtual reality. jonathan: no. it will plunge 41 stories at speeds up to 90 mi check that out. you get a view of baby spiders crawling all over your body. michelle: itching. jonathan: you have a helmet on as you are dropped 91 miles per hour from 41 s
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
. >>> and a lot of folks in china are calling her goddess ivanka. >>> britain's prince william and prince harry are continuing their candid conversation about their mother's death. >> the two brothers are working now to raise awareness about mental health issues as nbc's tammy leitner reports, it's a marked change for the royal family. >> reporter: candid words from prince william on his mother's death nearly two decades ago. prince william not the only royal opening up. this week, prince harry revealing that he shut down emotionally for years following the death of his mother, princess diana. and only in the last few years, sought help. the royal brothers, using this opportunity to spread the word about their year-old charity, which fights mental health with runners participating in this week's london marathon, talking about his thart, heads together. >> kate, also encouraging runners, wearing gear with the charity's logo. >> the one thing we wanted to do was break the stigma and get everyone talking and this concept of sort of more heads together is better than being alone. >> hello, prince w
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 1:00pm PDT
great respect for the president of china. as you know, we had a great summit in florida, in palm beach, and got to know each other and i think like each other. i can say from my standpoint i liked him very much, i respect him very much, and i think he is working very hard. i can say that all of the pundits out there are saying they've never seen china work like they're working right now. many coal ships have setback, many other things have happened. some very unusual moves have been made over the last two or three hours, and i really have confidence that the president will try very hard. we don't know whether or not they're able to do that, but i have absolute confidence that he will be trying very, very hard. one of the reasons that we're talking about trade deals and we're talking about all of the different things, but we're slowing up a little bit. i actually told him, i said, you'll make a much better deal on trade if you get rid of this menace or do something about the menace of north korea, because that's what it is. it is a menace right now. so we will see what happens. far as i
MSNBC
Apr 20, 2017 1:00pm PDT
'll be taken care of. i have great respect for the president of china. we had a great summit in florida and palm beach and got to know each other. i can say from my standpoint, i like him very much and respect him very much. he's working very hard. i can say that all the pundents have said they have not seen china working like now. some unusual moves over the last two or three hours, i really have confidence that the president will try very hard, we don't know whether or not they're able to do that but i have absolutely conferenidence he will be trying very, very hard and one of the reasons that we are talking about trade deals and all of the different things but we are slowing up a little bit. i told them, you will make a much better deal on trade. we'll see chaps and as far as iran is concerned, i think they are doing a tremendous disservice to an agreement that was signed and it was a terrible agreement. it should not have been signed or negotiated the way it is negotiated on all four agreements. that's as bad as i have seen negotiated. they have not living up to the spirit of the ag
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
great respect for the president of china. as you know, we had a great summit in florida. and palm beach. and got to know each other and i think like each other. i can say from my standpoint i liked him very much. i respect him very much. i think he is working very hard. i can say all of the pundits out there they have never seen china work like they're working right now. many coal ships were sent back, many other things happened. some very unusual moves have been made over the last two or three hours. and i really have confidence the president will try very hard. we don't know whether or not they're able to do that you about i have absolute confidence that he will be trying very, very hard. one of the reasons that we're talking about trade deals and we're talking about all of the different things, but we're slowing up a little it about. i actually told him, i say you will make a much better deal on trade, if you get rid of this menace or do something about the menace of north korea. that is what it is. it's a menace right now. so we'll see what happens. as far as iran is concerned, i th
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 1:00pm PDT
respect for the president of china. as you know, we had a great summit in florida. in palm beach. got to know each other. i think we like each other. i can say from my standpoint, i liked him very much and i think he's working very hard. the pundits say they have never seen china work like they're working right now. many coal ships sent back, many other things have happened. some very unusual moves have been the last two or three hours. i really have confidence that the president will try very hard. we don't know whether or not they're able to do that, but i have absolute confidence that he will be trying very, very hard. one of the reasons that we're talking about trade deals and we're talking about all of the different things, but we're slowing up -- i said you'll make a better deal on trade if you get rid of this menace or do something about the menace of north korea. that's what it is, a menace right now. we'll see what happens. as far as iran is concerned, i think they are doing a tremendous disservice to an agreement that was signed. it was a terrible agreement. it shouldn't hav
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
quote paris, and juggling shifting relations with iran, north korea, russia, and china. blayne alexander has all of it covered from capitol hill blayne? >> pat, good afternoon to you. as you just heard during that news conference, the president, 91 days in, has certainly got a lot on his plate. today he talked about foreign policy and much more. today more foreign focus for president trump, hosting the italian prime minister at the white house. the president, starting the day on a different foreign front, ordering an investigation into foreign-made steel and its possible effect on national security, notably, not pointing the finger at china. >> this has nothing to do with china, this has to do with worldwide. >> reporter: the president is relying on china to help north korea. today the white house facing more questions over a naval strike group reportedly heading to north korea when it was nowhere close. >> it's like saying a ship off the coast of san diego is headed to new york. >> reporter: this as the president looks to take a tougher stance on iran.
CSPAN
Apr 20, 2017 3:42pm EDT
pres. trump: this has nothing to do with china, this is worldwide, the dumping problem is a worldwide problem. >> thank you. pres. trump: thank you, everybody. [applause] >> a look inside the white house east room, reporters and guests awaiting the joint news conference of president trump and the prime minister of italy. expected to discuss some of the issues they have been meeting on today and their relationship as nato partners. while we wait for the press conference to begin, let's look at a discussion about the executive order president trump signed yesterday on medical care for veterans. taking place on capitol hill yesterday include the president of the united states signing a bill that would extend health care options for veterans who seek it from the veterans administration. joining us on the phone to give us a sense of what happened and what it means for veterans, the capitol hill bureau chief for the military times. could you tell us about this? what happened at the white house? >> a bill signing for a measure the va has been pushing hard in recent months, nex
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 3:30pm EDT
respect for the president of china. as you know, we had a great summit in florida and palm beach and got to know each other. i can safe from my standpoint, i like him very much, respect him very much. i can say all the pundits out there have never seen china work like they are working right now. manycoalitions have said other things have happened. some unusual moves have been made over the last few hours. i really have confidence that the president will try very hard. we do not know whether or not they are able to do that, but i have absolute confidence that he will be trying very, very hard. we have beenasons talking about trade deals and all of the different things, but we are slowing up a bit. i said, you would make a much better deal on trade if you get rid of the menace or do something about the menace of north korea. we will see what happens. as far as iran is concerned, i think they are doing a anmendous disservice to agreement that was signed. a terrible agreement. it should not have been signed or negotiated the way it had been negotiated. i'm all for agreements, but that was a
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