President Trump and French President Macron G7 Summit Lunch Meeting CSPAN August 24, 2019 1:41pm-1:47pm EDT
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every once in a while we go out it. but we get along very well. we have a very good relationship. i think i can say special relationship. we all remember the eiffel tower dinner. that was a very good beginning. and we have some really great things to talk about. bettercannot asper weather. or meal beautiful location. -- we cannot ask for better weather. or a more beautiful location. and next year we will be hosting in the united states. so that would be really great. a really good job. so far the weather is perfect. the gas are fantastic. everybody is getting along. we help to a, shallot this weekend. a keeper hat -- we hope to accomplish a lot this weekend. thank you for having me. thank you. announcer: the washington post, reporting on the summit and the trade issue in particular. the story reports, european council president donald task said lighting trade tensions
between president trump and other world leaders, risk throwing the world into recession. and bemoans senseless disputes that had ripped countries apart. this may be the last moment to restore our legal community, he told reporters at the beginning of the meeting. trade wars will lead to recession. while trade deals will boost the economy. announcer: and the president is holding a press conference at the conclusion of the g7 summit. we are planning live coverage, monday, at nine dirty a.m. eastern on c-span two. 9:30 a.m. eastern on c-span2. announcer: c-span's washington journal live every day with news and policy issues that affect you. sunday morning, the brookings institution michael o'hanlon discusses the potential u.s. troop withdrawal from afghanistan.
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at 10:00 a.m. eastern, on book tv on c-span2. deborah lee james, the former air force secretary under president obama was one of speakers at a conference on issues women face while serving in the military. this session also included a panel on women perspectives from other countries' militaries. this is three and a half hours. >> thank you for joining us. >> good morning, everybody. >> good morning. all right. good morning. and ma'am, i am honored to be able to moderate you this morning.
we will be talking about secretary james' new book. i have read it and listened to it. that is what we are going to talk about. ma'am, first and foremost, to break the ice, what inspired you to tell your story? , i wore debra: throughout my life i have been active in the business of our national security closer to 40 years. i have always been a civilian and i have worked in congress, worked in the pentagon for my several tours and been in private industry always working on defense issues. while i was making my way up, i would always look up to the people above me and there were very few women at that point to look up to but there were a couple. and some men. i would wonder to myself about