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"kurt campbell" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:05 min | 2 weeks ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Through humanitarian quarters to the Russian Federation. So this is what another aspect of Russia's hybrid approach is basically mass exportation of Ukrainian manpower or human power to its own country. Because what surprising actually is is that efforts to get people out of this still works have been coordinated by the international Red Cross by the UN, but also by the Ukrainians and indeed the Russians themselves. Yeah. Well, we have to we have to cooperate, but also make sure that the people who are being saved are going to be treated in accordance with international law. And what type of negotiations are going to be made in order to secure the safety of these people is really a good question. The reports coming in from the human rights ombudsman here in Ukraine are just horrific of the treatment that Ukrainians civilians and armed forces are being subjected to. And already over 9000 cases of war crimes have been opened in Ukraine. It's insane if you just think about what damage is being done here. Thank you so much for indeed for joining us on the program. That was lada rositi on the line from Ukraine. You're listening to the briefing in a moment we'll get the latest on a whistle stop European tour by the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi, but first with the time 8 minutes past midday here in London, come after a bellows here with the day's news headlines. Thanks, Emma. Around 100 civilians have been evacuated from the Ava stall steel plant in Maori Paul, a port city in Saudi Ukraine. Hundreds more remain trapped in the steelworks the last stronghold of resistance to the Russian siege. The United States has pledged to increase its diplomatic engagement with Pacific island countries, amid anxiety over China's growing military presence in the Solomon Islands. America's indo Pacific coordinator, Kurt Campbell, said leaders from across the Pacific will be invited to The White House later this year. Fewer than 10,000 COVID-19 cases were recorded in Shanghai for the second day in a row, suggesting that the outbreak in China's biggest city made me easing. Meanwhile, officials in Beijing announced new restrictions amid rising cases, residents will need to show a negative test to enter public spaces or use public transport. An Australia's national carrier Qantas has announced it will begin operating direct flights from Sydney to London and New York from 2025. The airline has ordered 12 Airbus jets capable of flying between any two airports in the world. Those are the days headlines, back to you, Emma. What kind of city do you want to live in? Every week on the urbanist, we delve into the biggest questions about urban living and meet the people championing change in assets. From starch architects to design sources, protected views to landfills, river walks and sidewalks, wayfinding and cycle highways, the city is alive and kicking, so how can we make them better places to live in? The other great city creation, of course, is sex, young.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:58 min | 6 months ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Avi says it would pull in Japan the U.S. would create a real crisis obviously further actions will blur the lines between peace and war He says peace between China and Taiwan are the only option Beijing is responded that the remarks are irresponsible and that it is China's internal affair U.S. and EU officials are going to discuss a joint approach to China tomorrow and what's being called a high level dialog saying a common bond makes it harder for China to ignore what the globe is really thinking The Biden administration Asia Tsar Kurt Campbell saying that August the partnership between the U.S. Australia and the UK is a defining effort against China He says China's efforts in just about every field has stepped up to destabilize the end of Pacific and that ultimately I think what I'm suggesting is that Australian sailors will have the opportunity to serve on American vessels and vice versa I think you can expect American submarines support more commonly in Australian ports and Campbell speaking before the lowy groups as China threat to the globe is very real First U.S. economy variant cases have been identified here in San Francisco California health director doctor grant colfax has a San Francisco resident coming back from South Africa November 22nd getting positive test results then the 29th And they did the right thing and got tested and reported their travel history They had received a full dose of the Moderna vaccine but no booster Colfax has mild symptoms and the governor Gavin Newsom intimates omicron cases probably aren't just California It's not surprising in many respects that California is announcing the first case The state is the birthplace after all of BioTech of life sciences UCSF one of the leading genomic sequencing institutions in the world Now the CDC says all contact tracing has come back negative which is a pretty amazing actually And the Biden administration is extending mask mandates on airplanes trains and buses as well as airports and train stations through mid march and Anthony Fauci Doctor Fauci on CNN and this evening a town hall meeting said he hopes that those travel bans because of omikron can come off very quickly as we begin to understand it South Korea malls banning gathering cutting business hours Jan have not reporting details coming tomorrow and Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel stepping up pressure on the unvaccinated according to a paper obtained by Bloomberg news She wants them to be prevented from going to restaurants movie theaters non-essential shops calling for mandatory shots by February and the EU by the way EU commission president Ursula von der leyen is also saying it is time for a discussion on mandatory vaccination In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg Brian Eduardo 22 minutes before the top of the hour it's time for world sport.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:29 min | 6 months ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Prime minister as Shinzo Abe expressing strong words for China regarding Taiwan And all right thank you Brian You're right I'll be saying China invading Taiwan would be its economic suicide Avey says it would pull Japan the U.S. would create real crisis he says further actions will blur the lines between peace and war He says peace between China and Taiwan are the only option Beijing has responded that the remarks are irresponsible and that it is China's internal affair U.S. and EU officials are going to discuss a joint approach to China tomorrow and what is being called a high level dialog saying a common bond makes it harder for China to ignore what the globe is thinking The Biden administration's Asia's are Kurt Campbell as saying that August the partnership between the U.S. Australia and the UK is a defining effort against China He says China's efforts in just about every field has stepped up to destabilize the end of Pacific and that ultimately I think what I'm suggesting is that Australian sailors will have the opportunity to serve on American vessels and vice versa I think you can expect American submarines support more commonly in Australian ports Now camo speaking before the lowy group saying China threat to the globe is very real and a critical stage First U.S. home across varying cases have been identified here in San Francisco California health secretary doctor grey colfax says San Francisco resident coming back from South Africa November 22nd getting a positive test result on the 29th And they did the right thing and got tested and reported their travel history They had received a full dose of the Moderna vaccine but no booster Colfax has mild symptoms Governor Gavin Newsom intimates oma cron cases probably aren't just California It's not surprising in many respects that California's announcing the first case This state this is the birthplace after all of BioTech of life sciences UCSF one of the leading genomic sequencing institutions in the world By the way CDC says all contact tracing has come back negative She was out there for a week and everything has come back negative interesting And the Biden administration is extending a mask mandates on airplanes trains and buses as well as airports and train stations through mid March Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel is stepping up pressure on the unvexed According to a paper obtained by Bloomberg news she wants them to be prevented from going to restaurants movie theaters and non-essential shops calling for mandatory shots by February EU commission president Ursula von der leyen has also saying it is time for discussion on mandatory vaccination U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is saying the U.S. is carefully monitoring Russian troop activity at the Ukrainian border at the NATO meetings Should Russia follow the path of confrontation when it comes to Ukraine We've made clear that we will respond resolutely including with a range of high impact economic measures that we have refrained from pursuing in the past And then the secretary went on to say that exploring all contingencies In San Francisco I met Baxter This is Bloomberg Brian All right thanks very much The time 38 minutes past the hour 22 to the top time for global.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:24 min | 6 months ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The first step on varying case in the United States has been identified in California Let's get to at Baxter He's got global news Yeah here in San Francisco Russia governor Gavin Newsom says a case just identified a few days ago and the person was fully vaccinated but not boosted His a resident of San Francisco was fully vaccinated and recently been in South Africa began her rather began to travel back into the United States on the 21st landed on the 22nd develop some symptoms a few days later around the 25th got tested on the 28th The test came back positive on the 29th Now the CDC is saying that all contact tracing has turned up negative results meaning no more cases at this point Newsom says the patient is doing well and had mild symptoms Doctor Anthony Fauci says that the finding inevitable but says it just boosts the needs for boosters and full vaccination Let's utilize an implement the tools that we have because if we had done that if we had the overwhelming majority of people in this country vaccinated and those who needed to be boosted boosted our vulnerability would be much less than it is right now Fauci says even with not a specific target effective and the WHO is agreeing with the doctor saying vaccines are likely to head off severe all Macron cases Meanwhile the U.S. is going to extend its mask mandate through mid March This is a Reuters report in South African cases have doubled now as oma cron spreads and its health experts say it's too early to say it will only cause mild cases as cases have just now started to spread to older people The Biden administration's Asia's are Kurt Campbell is saying that August a partnership between U.S. and Australia and the UK as a defining effort against China speaking before the lowy group he says the hypersonic orbital test is just one issue Not only this but in the satellite realm in the cyber arena A number of things that we are concerned by in practices that if they continue run risks of triggering and unforeseen crisis or evidence understanding And so I think it would be fair to say that some of the capabilities are just potentially destabilizing in and of themselves And others could trigger a misunderstanding more directly Campbell says Australian sailors to serve on U.S. vessels and more U.S. Military ships in Australian ports In San Francisco I met Baxter This is Bloomberg Brian All right Thanks very much At the time here is just about 9 minutes past the hour a reminder coming up in a few moments we'll be chatting with Loren investor Cleveland fed bank president that will be live here with our Kathleen Hayes We had a lot on the fed today The fed chief again Jerome Powell speaking before Congress repeating again that the fed would keep inflation in check as you heard there from some of the clips we played It's the second time in a couple of days that he said that officials should consider speeding up how quickly they withdraw policy support So expecting now that the table will be getting underway much more quickly than before And also President Biden is considering the fed bank of Atlanta president Raphael bostic as well as duke university.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

07:08 min | 8 months ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Portions of the following program. May contain prerecorded material. This is america first. And here's your host dr so bastion gorka china's not an enemy. I think that's important for people to clearly understand China is a rising power. China has been a rising power since deng xiaoping seventy nine quite remarkable words from the man who is now the most senior military officer in the united states who calls up his equivalent in the communist chinese liberation army to tell them. Don't worry if president trump wants to attack you. I'll give you a heads up. That was talking back in twenty fifteen and uniform as chief stuff. The army then saying china not an enemy. Somebody who's got a very different opinion. Who's been educating the swamp and educating those who want to know the truth about china for decades now. He's the national security correspondent for the washington times a good friend of the show author of deceiving the sky inside communist china's dry for global supremacy bill. Welcome to one on one. Hi sebastian great to be on the show. Thank you for joining us bill. Follow this gentleman. Bill gertz g. rtz on twitter question to quote wasn't trotsky who said olenin trust. You said you may not be interested in war but war is interested in you. That china is not our enemy. What does china think of america. Bill this is an amazing disclosure by the chairman. The chinese view the united states as their main enemy vanquished in fact within the chinese strategy which is encapsulated in something called xi jinping china dream china will achieve global supremacy at the expense of the united states. In other words. China's dream can't be reached until the united states is diminished and ultimately vanquished. What we're seeing from general milley is a reversion to the appeasement policies of the past thirty or forty years and it reminds me of my meeting with the head of the defense intelligence agency back in nineteen ninety nine where he told me that china was not a threat and i thought we had excise x. Size that demon. During the trump administration when we began to recognize the threat posed by communist china but apparently under biden the pro china appeasement policies have returned. Explain to us. I mean it's truly shocking. I think his actions Under the trump administration which have been revealed a night a soon to be released book would treasonous a man who is not legally in the chain of command giving our sworn enemy a promise that he will warn them if the president takes military action. That's who milley's he's a traitor. Tell us is this. How universal is this in terms of the establishment understanding of china. The private sector's understanding of china. And way did it begin. Was it really kissinger. And nixon saying we have to open towards china. Can you give us the general following this for decades. Where did the rot big in. Yes this this process has been ongoing It's the reflection of the internal debate within the us government Specifically involving the climate change fanatics led by former secretary of state john kerry and the more realist policy makers Led by the china's are at the white house. kurt campbell. In the beginning of the biden administration the policy was very close to some of the trump administration's policies As i wrote in my column recently at the united nations joe biden made clear that he's reverting back to the appeasement policies they call it. diplomacy oriented but diplomacy in the name of appeasement is still appeasement. And that's what we're beginning to see. There's some welcome of this new policy on wall street which again has been seeking to do business in china for many years under the idea that if we just trade and do business with this communist state that it would have a modifying influence. It's been another failure. A lot of the wall street executives wanna go to that the banks however many of the us and international banks are recognizing that it's time to pull back from china. That things are going south very quickly there. Explain to us the truth. Bill of what china is today. As you rightly pointed out For decades there was this fallacious narratives that if we liberalize economically if we trade if we give china favored nation status that economic liberalization must lead to political liberalization and democratization is china democratic today. How many political parties can you vote for in china. Bill zero actually won you see. It's not really vote. It's the communist party of china. They i think they have a couple of fake parties in their. This policy of the united states is not new since the communist regime took over in nineteen forty nine there have been decades of american policies. That have bailed out the communist party of china when it was on the brink of collapse or disaster just a few examples. The cultural revolution from sixty nine to seventy nine was really the end of the communist party. They basically turn cannibalize themselves destroyed the economy of the country and brought it to the brink of disaster. Then there was the massacre in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. We had the bush. Forty one administration sending General scowcroft at china. Say oh look even though you crush independent democratic protesters under the treads of tanks. We're not gonna hold you accountable for that. And then the world trade organization liberalization granting most favored nation status again bailing out the communist party. And once again we're seeing that under the biden administration. They refuse to hold the communist party of china accountable for the devastating pandemic that began in wuhan china in december of twenty nine thousand nine..

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Bill Gertz: Diplomacy in the Name of Appeasement Is Still Appeasement

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:45 min | 8 months ago

Bill Gertz: Diplomacy in the Name of Appeasement Is Still Appeasement

"Universal is this in terms of the establishment understanding of china. The private sector's understanding of china. And way did it begin. Was it really kissinger. And nixon saying we have to open towards china. Can you give us the general following this for decades. Where did the rot big in. Yes this this process has been ongoing It's the reflection of the internal debate within the us government Specifically involving the climate change fanatics led by former secretary of state john kerry and the more realist policy makers Led by the china's are at the white house. kurt campbell. In the beginning of the biden administration the policy was very close to some of the trump administration's policies As i wrote in my column recently at the united nations joe biden made clear that he's reverting back to the appeasement policies they call it. diplomacy oriented but diplomacy in the name of appeasement is still appeasement. And that's what we're beginning to see. There's some welcome of this new policy on wall street which again has been seeking to do business in china for many years under the idea that if we just trade and do business with this communist state that it would have a modifying influence. It's been another failure. A lot of the wall street executives wanna go to that the banks however many of the us and international banks are recognizing that it's time to pull back from china. That things are going south very quickly there.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

06:08 min | 9 months ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"A quote today Week Age 2 to 4 the situation with Michael Brown. The August job numbers came out and we missed those numbers in a huge way with a huge slowdown. President Biden self Biden plan is working. We're getting results seriously, Joe, let's talk about it, too. I want to give you just a quick update on a story that we covered maybe a week and a half ago. And then we covered a couple months before that, with this Senate Bill 2 93 that brought in what is supposed to be a property tax cut, but really, what it was is a sneaky way. To try to stop the impact of a ballot measure that is going to be on your ballot this November. So these sneaky s abs Democrats and a couple Republicans went along with especially Bob Rankin of Carbondale, who needs to apologize to everybody went along with this thing. That It was, you know, it's a modest two year reduction in property taxes. But what the bill did was it created. Instead of just these two broad categories of real estate in Colorado, residential and commercial, I I don't know if they used those exact words, but you get the idea There were two categories and if you were in one, then you're you were taxed this way. And if you were in another, you were taxed another way. So we've got this measure that is going to be on the ballot, and it Aims to significantly lower the tax assessment rates on residential properties from 7.15% to 6.5%. And from commercial properties. Commercial properties, excluding mines and oil and gas wells from 29% to 26.4%, and that would be if it were to pass and be Implemented the way it was intended about a billion dollar a year tax savings for Colorado property owners and by the way because of the repeal of the Gallagher amendment. Property tax revenue to the counties and state and so on, would still be higher than it was before. Just not as much higher with Gallagher going away a property taxes going to go up a lot. And so this was just going to claw back a little bit of that, so we can keep a little bit more of our own money. But these bastards in the state Legislature, I'm sorry. That is just not nice. Bastards to compare them to the state Legislature. Sorry about that, But they passed this Senate Bill 2 93 and what it does, and I'm going to go to the Denver Business journal for this. It makes all of these new categories. Real estate. So that if The ballot measure passes that says We're going to lower property tax rate for residential and we're going to lower the rate for commercial. It will actually end up end up only applying to a couple of small subsets because they've created all this new all these new categories. And so they moved out of what they typically called residential. They moved single family homes out. Right. And so instead what you would find is that The bill wouldn't give a tax cut to single family homes. It would give a tax cut to multi family, you know, like town homes in in apartment buildings and condos, but not to your house. And on the commercial side. The only property, according to Denver Business Journal that property tax cut would apply to is hotels. Lodging property rather than all right, so it wouldn't it wouldn't cover office buildings anymore. For example. Now, Michael Fields of Colorado rising action who was The main force behind this thing. Says that If the bill if the ballot measure passes, he is going to have to take this to court. And he's going to argue that the Legislature wrote to 93 with the specific intent of An end around To bypass the will of the voters that they knew was going to be coming in this ballot measure. Democrat Chris Hansen, from Denmark from Denver, said he did a lot of legal due diligence before drafting the bill, and he believes it will stand up. To a court challenge. In any case. Just be aware of this. This is what's coming. When you see the property tax cut on the November ballot. Make sure you vote for the tax cut. And then it's going to be a big fight in court. Here's the other thing. I'll say if there is a huge tax cut that applies to say multi family homes and hotels, but not single family homes and homes and office buildings. It will put a lot of pressure on the Legislature to pass a similar tax cut. For the For those other kinds of properties. And and maybe there will be another ballot measure to do it, too. But that would take more time. More money. Just what sneaky s O B s these Democrats and again. You know, Republican State Senator Bob Rankin of Carbondale, who was a co sponsor of this thing, He's got a lot of splaining to do and a lot of apologizing to do. We'll be right back with Kurt Campbell. You do all you can to protect.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:48 min | 9 months ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Said. Shit. Silicon Valley O Reilly's back. This is Bill O Reilly. And you will hear the O Reilly update tomorrow morning at 10, 11 and 12 Noon on 8 60 am the answer. I just want my when No, it is. And now Carl Jackson for the sage on the Larry older show. All right, welcome back to the Larry Elder show the number to call in Triple 89717243. To the relief factor dot com studio again that number triple 89717243 before we went to the break. I was telling you about the Biden administration's ties to China, so not just Biden himself, not his son Hunter. But Hunter But also his administration. So I'm going to get into this first off. We know that they're weak. We know that they're soft on on China. We know that Biden is, in a sense, China's, uh, puppet. If you will. There's so many things that he did again. Uh, we return to the CCP dominated well World Health organization, the Biden administration extended the new Start Nuclear arms reduction treaty and excluded China from that. They part executive branch employees from calling the Chinese Wuhan coronavirus by it's by its rightful name. Um And they withdrew a Trump administration draft rule requiring that schools disclosed financial ties to the Trojan horse. Confucius Institutes. Why would they do that unless they are controlled by China. It also shelved, Uh U. S companies acquisition of TIC Tacs, suspending an executive order that barred the government's purchase of the equipment for the U. S. Electric grid from Adversaries. But in addition to that These are all the people. That are tied to China within the Biden administration. Here it is. So our ruling class is captured by China. Here's a list. Let's start with Tony Blinken, the secretary of State co founded a consultancy West. Exactly, uh, West exactly. Advisors. So a consultancy company West exact advisors that, among other things, helps corporations and academic institutions pursue their interests in China. This is our secretary of state. His administration colleagues. Listen to this. The director of National Intelligence Arrow, Haines and the White House Press secretary Jen Psaki were on West execs. Payroll, so they worked for this guy, Tony Blinken. Then you have more on plankton Secretary. Blinken was also the managing director of the pin Biden center backed by the University of Pennsylvania, which allegedly saw a major uptick and anonymous Chinese funding to the tune of tens of millions of dollars following the center centers, openings. Um And those those funds more than likely flow from China. You have listen to this. You have the C I A director. The Central Intelligence Agency director designate William Burns ran the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, which was reportedly underwritten in part with up to two million from CCP. Thai businessmen and think tanks. Guys, If I don't show up tomorrow, I wanted to live. I just want you to know I don't hate myself. I have no intentions of harming myself. Sharing this information with you. U N Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield. United Nations Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield, who spoke favorably of China during the paid speech at Savannah State University, delivered to one of the Ccps Trojan Horse. Confucius Institute was a senior vice president. A former secretary of State Madeleine Albright's Albright Stonebridge Group. This is the global strategic advisory and commercial diplomacy firm that touts its China practice as the firm's largest single country group. Then you have this ages are. Kurt Campbell was board vice chairman of the Confucius Institute tied Student Language Exchange Organization, the US China Strong Foundation, which has also been further linked to the CCP. You have national security Advisor Jake Sullivan, Uh, senior adviser on China and the State Department's policy planning staff. Maira Rapp Hooper, Undersecretary of defense policy designate, Colin Carr. Colin Cal, who also served as a strategic consultant at the Penn Biden Center, and contenders for critical positions, such as would be NASA administrator. Uh, NASA administrator and former Florida Senator Bill Nelson and would be U N Ambassador to China and former Excuse Me. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. I mean, this stuff is incestuous. They have so many people tied to China within the Biden administration. They think favorably of China that has worked with the CCP. There is no way there's no way There's no way this administration in my opinion has a credibility. Of putting America first they will not put America first. Let's take some of your calls. We have Matt in California wants to talk about the Australian lockdowns. Matt. Welcome to the Larry Elder Show. You got the mic. Hey, Carl. Hey, uh, was on Facebook today and a friend of mine tag me in a post. That was from Instagram. And if this guy here in the states talking with people in Australia And he had this one guy go on, and she's talking about the lockdowns there, and one of the things that they are doing to them is that they're not allowing them to go further than five kilometers from their home. The government also says they have to register. With the government, one friend and that one's brand has to live within five kilometers of their home in order for the visit, friend. Yeah, And another thing, she said, was that they can't go to the grocery store. They have to order their groceries online. But she can't get through because there's so much you know, going on on the Internet with the grocery store chains, and it's almost impossible to order. It's really bad, and I don't know how true the video was, but it You know? Listen all All indications of the Australian lockdown is I mean, some people are starting to our stand up. I mean, there was I believe Sebastian Gorka played a clip of, uh of a trucker. Out there in Australia that said, it's time to stand up and it doesn't He doesn't care if it means going to jail. The lockdowns out there are absolutely horrific. Let's try to take another call before the break. Let's go to Hank in Colorado. Hank, You got the Mike, You got a minute. Hey, man, I appreciate you talking about China. I'm glad to hear somebody finally speaking. It, uh, you know, M s DNC and Clinton news network Facebook, Twitter. Uh, they don't have blood on their hands by putting But probably Biden not to win that election. You know, they failed to report on any of the stuff that you just mentioned as well. Now we have Americans in harm's way. Uh, in Afghanistan. These guys have blood on their hands. They are treasonous 100%. I will use that word 100% treasonous. Blankety blank. Since we're on the radio, I will. I will refrain. Thank you. So I'm glad to hear that. You are speaking that because people need to hear it. I've been calling this for about two years now been saying China is behind this China is behind. Because you think about it all of these. I t professionals. Where do they get all the equipment from the phone that I'm calling you from right now. China monitor link very heavily. And this is this is a bad situation. We have Thrust ourselves upon. Yep, I agree. Thanks, Hank. I appreciate the call. Listen. I mean, there's no doubt about it. China is a They're beyond their moving beyond our competitor and we have to stop them and unfortunately, we don't have the leadership to stop them. We do need to take back the house and hopefully we'll keep the Senate and get a new president in 2024..

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:50 min | 9 months ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Fighter covid vaccine, So that is no longer under emergency use approval only at his under full approval. Now there could be some interesting ramifications. From that that we might talk about later in the show. But right now it's time to talk with Cameron can be or Kurt Campbell, his son, business partner, licensed financial planner and all that stuff, and he has become just a really big part of our morning show. So Cameron, it's great to have you back. Hope you had a wonderful weekend and Wanted to continue the conversation with you about. You know, you describe this as what it means to be a good investor, so I'll let you take it from there. Yeah, Well, good morning, Ross. Thanks for having me unhappy Monday. Um, yeah, You know, I've spoken in the past couple of weeks about having a good emergency slash savings fund. And really, that's the first structural step in becoming a good investor. And once you really have that taken care of, it's important to have a goal and understanding with your money before you put it to work and One of the biggest things my father and I believe in is the concept of putting time and risk together their siblings, essentially and really, for example, what I'm going out with that, As you know, if you are looking to potentially buy a house, maybe and a handful of months or to a couple of years you really want to put that Into a low risk investment because we know on average, The market has two or 35% corrections a year. Once every three years. It has a 15% plus correction, and once every six years it has a 20% plus correction, which I believe the average is 30. So, really, we know when those downturns are likely to come, we know they're going to come. It's not a matter of if it's a matter of when and if you have. If you're trying to buy something sooner rather than later you want to put that into a low to no risk investment and If you're looking at your money and saying, Hey, you know what? I'm not going to be using this money for 3 to 55 to 10 years. I'm going to put that in something more aggressive. I know the market is eventually going to have a downturn. And really, that can be a good thing for you. If you have some extra cash on the sidelines to buy something lower, but really kind of going back to the first point of having a good savings. An emergency fund is you know if the market was to correct and you had a emergency come up, you wouldn't have to go and grab your investments at a loss to cover that. That's where you have your savings and investments for. Yeah, That's a great point. And people ask me all the time. Maybe because you know, I used to be a financial markets trader, which is definitely not the same thing. As a financial planner, But people ask me all frequently like, Hey, Ross, I've got some money. But I'm thinking about buying a house in in six months, and I'm tired of earning nothing on my money. What should I put my money in? And my answer is always the same. You're talking about using the money in six months. You should not be thinking about how much you can make on it For six months. It just it doesn't work that way. And the and when you're gonna Have to risk principle to chase another possible 2% points in upside on an annualized basis for just six months. It doesn't make any sense. Yeah, I completely agree with you. And that's something we get. Quite frankly from prospects and current clients, you know, in the same deal. Hey, you know, my money is sitting at the bank not doing anything. I want to buy a house in six months to a year, um, work and you put it to work for me And in this current environment, especially where bonds are actually more risky than stocks. Really. We say keep it in cash, You know, you know you have Enough money to put the down payment down or however much you're wanting to put down on your home. Um, but you'd hate to try and put that money to work to try and get a better yield off of it. And then you have less than when you started with when it comes time to To buy that house. So really, you know, our job is financial advisors to help you sleep at night. And if you already have that money set aside for your house. I know it may be a little bit painful to not be earning a lot on it currently, but really in this current environment, it's the best thing to do if you're going to be using that money in the short term is just keep it in cash or as close to cash as you could possibly put it. Yep, that makes sense in a way and a strategic basis. It's pretty easy to know what to do if you're going to use the money real soon, and it's pretty easy to know what to do. If you're not going to need the money for a decade or two. The really hard stuff is what if you need the money in two years? You know, three years. That's when you guys really earn your money. Well, that's part of how you really earn your money. Those are much more complicated decisions. But, um, folks, I want you to get in touch with Cameron. Get in touch with Kurt and Sit down and see if it makes sense to work together. And if he can turn you if they can turn you into.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A provincial capital from the Taliban, which has been taking over parts of the country while U. S troops keep leaving today. President Biden will discuss the U. S troop withdrawal from Afghanistan later this morning. He'll be joined by Vice President Kamala Harris in the situation room where the two will be briefed by their national security teams. Later, the president is expected to address the American people about the troop drawdown that's currently at about 90% complete foxes. Trey Yingst, another concern President Biden, China and its hold on Taiwan after the crackdown on democracy in Hong Kong, securing America. Kurt Campbell, White House coordinator for the Indo Pacific, told the Asia Society it would be catastrophic if China tried to take the island by force, He stressed the U. S. Does not support Taiwan independence, but does believe the island should live in peace. China has never ruled Taiwan but sees it as part of its territory. The United States has been staying out of the issue, a policy known as strategic ambiguity. Rachel Sutherland, Foxes on Wall Street Stock futures are down big more than 400 points for the Dow, as most markets also drop, oversees the day after the NASDAQ and the S and P 500 hit record highs. The Tampa Bay Lightning have done it again winning hockey's Stanley Cup. Obviously, we won the Stanley Cup last year, but we didn't get to do it in front of our family, our friends and our fans and We had the opportunity tonight and as you guys saw, it was it was amazing. Lightning team captain Steve Stamkos after Tampa Bay shut out Montreal one, Nothing in Game five of the NHL final of pro golfer Is behind bars in Arizona on Healthcare, Argentina rather on Hill. Cabrera, who has won the Masters and the U. S Open, is now serving a two year prison sentence in Argentina. Judge gave him yesterday for assaulting.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on KTOK

"President Biden will host a summit with leaders of Austria, India and Japan. Kurt Campbell, White House coordinator for the Indo Pacific, told the Asia Society the summit with Quad Nations will take place later this year. You'll see some commitments that will be I hope exciting, I think, uh, decisive, with respect to not only continuation of vaccine diplomacy but infrastructure as well. The quadrilateral security dialogue is an informal alliance. Between the US, Australia, India and Japan. Campbell also said the administration does not support Taiwan's independence but does believe the island should live in peace. China sees Taiwan as its territory At the White House. Rachel Sutherland Foxes. Rescue workers are facing the risk of more mudslides as they search for more than 20 people still missing three days after a torrent of mud and debris ripped through a Japanese resort town and killed at least seven Rain continued to fall in the risk of further mudslides occasionally disrupted operations. Airbnb is continuing its efforts to bar rentals for party houses. Airbnb says it has blocked her redirected potentially risky reservation attempts from more than 50,000 people in 15 US cities in the pandemic as it cracks down on parties. Airbnb introduced a global ban on parties last year to prevent its rentals from becoming an alternative to local bars and clubs closed because of the pandemic. Denver Post reports complaints about short term rental properties between January and May of this year where at half the level of a year ago Jenny costs elder Fox News, a grizzly bear attacked and killed a person this morning in a western Montana campground. State wildlife officials are attempting to track down the bear the areas near an expansive wilderness that stretches to the Canadian border and is home to about 1000 bears. I'm Rich Dennison.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"A registered investment advisor, Cambridge in Centennial Capital Partners are not affiliated. Alright, Let's do it right to Cameron Cam Beer, the sun business partner of Kurt Campbell of Centennial Capital Partners, of course, a licensed financial planner in his own right. Cameron's been bringing us the Friday fun factor. Quote. So happy Friday. Cam what you got today? Cross. Good morning and happy Friday, sir, and I've got a fun fact for you. Um and you know I've spoken in the past and certainly you have as well about all the people currently on unemployment and Certainly we're all aware of all the vast job openings across the country, and it seems like according to this fact that employees or future employees are being a little bit more selective and what they want. So, according to Axios, the lowest wage that workers without a college degree would be willing to accept for a new job. Now stand at an all time high of $61,000 a year. My God! Now that's a rise of $10,000 in just one year. What are they saying? Like unless they get on average, unless they get that much they won't work. Yeah, You know, it sounds like with the the rise of sophisticated free view group communications software. You know things like slack discords, making them much easier for current employees to talk to each other and act in unison without going through a formal corporate channel booming stock market and the broadening of unemployment benefits. You know, probably made him a little bit more comfortable last year, and they enjoyed kinda sitting on their rear ends if you will, and they're saying, Hey, you know if you want us to go back to work, you know you're going to have to pay for it. And unfortunately, probably some of these employers are probably going to have to bend a little bit on that. Because you know, I've seen it. I'm sure everybody All all of your listeners have seen it. You know, you go to certain businesses and half the restaurants are full because they can't get help. You know, I was just in Arizona this past weekend and either wait an hour and a half in line to get a rental car just because the Had to close a couple down because they couldn't find the help. So it's a big problem right now, For sure, actually, several of the companies that I work with they're sort of morning show partners here. Have. The owners have been telling me that they've lost staff and it's It's a nightmare. I had the same restaurant experience that you just described the restaurants that are half full, and I asked him why, and they say we can't get workers and And it's not just the lower income workers, higher income workers to accountants and lawyers and so on. Are are leaving jobs, But I'll tell you, you're talking about a first time job seeker without a college degree. At some point, the world is not going to let them just sit on their butts and pay for all their stuff, And it's too bad that our government is encouraging those kind of incentives which I think are really harmful. For the country. But anyway, it's a very interesting data point. Yeah, I completely agree. And you know, they I think last year with the pandemic and everybody working at home and created certainly a lot of bad habits. And this is just one of them. And, uh, certainly a lot of people maybe feel entitled that, you know, this might be the way That they can pull some strings and get their way which you know, they might in the near term, but in the long term as we opened back up and you know, unemployment goes away. Hopefully, uh, everybody can get back to work and we can move forward. Yeah. There you go. I cannot imagine. And don't don't answer this because we don't have time. But I can't imagine. What Kurt would have done if you would take in that attitude as a young adult yourself. I mean, Kurt wouldn't be buying that. So, um, folks you want to get in touch with Cameron with Kurt. Talk about your own financial future. Get started at Kurt Campbell. Com k U R T C A M b i e r dot com. What's the phone number? Cam? 33541161 give us a cape. Give us a call, Guys. We'd love to chat and everybody have a wonderful weekend. You do the same Cameron. We'll talk with you and Kurt next week. Sounds great, Rod. Thank you. We'll be right.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Since 2018 right now trading at $70.6 sense. That is your market update. It's gonna check Global news now get to duck prisoner in the Bloomberg News Room. Hey, Paul. So the Senate has passed a sweeping bill to help the US better compete with China. It passed by a wide margin 68 32, it will invest nearly a quarter trillion dollars. In bolstering U. S manufacturing and technology. On the other hand today, talks on infrastructure spending ended without and deal the White House, saying that the president spoke with Majority Leader Chuck Schumer about using the budget resolution process is a way of Moving the president's plan forward. The U. S. State Department is loosening travel warnings. Many nations will no longer be rated level four that is, do not travel. Instead, they will be rated level. Three reconsider travel. Those countries include France, Canada, Mexico, South Korea. And Singapore and the U. S and the European Union are set to back a renewed push to investigating the origins of Covid 19. That's a quick look at some of the global news stories. Paul back to you. All right. Thanks very much, I guess. For the half hour is Martin Lakos sees division director at Macquarie Wealth Management and Martin. We've been seeing a lot of movement in commodity prices. Recently, Iron ore still elevated above $200 a ton copper easing off, though. What's your outlook for commodities? It's pretty fucking no point of the economic cycle that we have to be a little bit more selective. The final still remains pretty strong, but from a simple ical perspective, that is this It was strong, ongoing demand and structurally as well. Obviously area lower production coming out of Brazil is one of the structural issues and obviously Australia. He's getting benefiting from his very strong prices, but it wasn't surprised to see later to see the iron ore price comes off the highs. Over $200 a tonne back to the meeting one hundred's. But even at that level, you know it's still refunding. Arnold producers are doing particularly well. Um, cop is interesting and were pretty positive covered, particularly about this recovery around the world. When you look at industrial production and the manufacturing Panama is very, very strong, well above where they were pre covid. In fact. So the demand for copper will continue. That's going to take that Marty fairly elevated. So from a common portfolio perspective, we've been increasing over the last six months aside our exposure to our sources, and that's still the case. Wanted to ask you about China's relations with the rest of the world and whether or not it has big implications for markets. Biden aide Kurt Campbell says China has only itself to blame for this backlash against it. But my question to you is. Will China moderate its behavior as a result, or will it go the other direction and get all jinde up by nationalist factions? And either lash out or simply pull back and withdraw from a lot of global organizations. For instance, the W H O Well, Brian because it could be any one or all of the above to close so clearly, the strategy is two steps forward and might be prepared to take one step back but still advancing. And I guess to some extent, you know, we've got to continue to put China in a much larger timeframe. I've been the most was appearing there. China does think in 50 Year times. Here in Australia. We have an election cycle three years. So you know when you think of policy and what politicians are doing around the world outside China, they have a much shorter time side, which is a much bigger picture that China is has in front of us. Having said that, you know, clearly there's a lot of resistance taking place by the developed world on the actions by China. And we'll have to see bigger things to see what the communique from the G seventh. It comes out with regards it. It's obviously a lot of diplomacy is going to be required on both sides. More presently, we're going to have China's P P I N c P. I numbers out for the month of May expecting to see some pretty hefty increases their do you anticipate policymakers moving to tame this in the near future? We already started seeing some softening by by policymakers or trust timing on the very loose policies that had in place. The guy is going to be pretty solid, probably reaching a peak. And certainly CPI is going to be impacted by the impact of pork prices, which is a big component of that, and they have been coming off. So although the Chinese economy very strong, there's no doubt that the Chinese are probably going to court things down a little bit, and particularly, we mentioned commodity prices. You know, China is the biggest user really at this stage, particularly years of Copa An iron ore. And it may well be that modest cooling. We'll see those commodity prices come off as I mentioned earlier on. Yeah, We wonder how much of those higher prices that we see in China get passed on to to buyers. Some that will be interesting to look after you said one of your big concerns is overstretched markets. With markets kind of moving sideways, particularly in the U. S. How much longer does that happen before? We're no longer overstretched? Well, I think as we mentioned before you always want to potential cattles were further upside is corporate earnings when the corporate and excision I want to kick in, But you know it's some extent Mobs have been really hard, so we not it's correct. It's pretty common that reduce situations and we expect to see a shallow trench at some stage. Or at Martin Lakos, division director at Macquarie Wealth Management. Thanks so much for joining us today on Bloomberg,.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"China has only itself to blame for a global backlash against its policies. The US coordinator for Indo Pacific affairs of the National Security Council This is Kurt Campbell. He was saying today. Beijing's foreign policy establishment understands its policies, including in the South China Sea, and its more assertive approach globally have helped to create this global backlash, and the U. S and the European Union are set to back a renewed push into investigating the origins of Covid 19. That's a quick look at some of the global news stories were shot. All right. Well, let's Cindy get back to our guest, Jimmy Lee, CEO of Wealth Consulting Group in discussing his outlook for the market. Well, we seem to have reached a bit of an impact with regards to the infrastructure plans hatched by the White House. What is your take on all of it? I think we're going to get something done. I'm not sure exactly what the size is going to be. But you know, it's politics once again, and And I think they'll they'll figure it out. And But exactly what? How much? I don't know. But I think it's going to it's going to be. It's going to be something that will know about, I think, hopefully pretty soon. You've been saying that you're playing the U. S recovery because we're reopening a lot there in the United States versus Europe and Asia. That's today's story. Um, how long does that last? And when do you sort of swap into Europe and Asia? Well, we're definitely invested overseas. I just I think that this economic recovery could last a little longer than maybe some people think because we're going to have this laddering effect argue that example I'm sitting here in Las Vegas. And here in the United States. I was at a hockey game over the weekend, the Stanley Cup and we had a you know, the T Mobile arena was packed with 18,000 plus people sold out. And then over the weekend, I also watched the French Open tennis tournament in Paris with hardly anybody in the stands. So I think when you get this laddering effect, and of course, us is leading U. S markets are doing much better than all of the overseas markets, including emerging markets, But as we start to, you know, And act more stimulus and and you know, people get bearish on the dollar. I think you're going to start to see more foolishness in Europe and I think is as far as interest rates go. I know where we're going to get into that topic about mega cap tech. But You can still see that trade. You know, you know, with the 10 year, backing off a little bit. Detect mega cap tech stocks can rally and so can some of the high flying valuation stocks that are really trading as multiple on sales, not on earning. So I think I think that will continue on throughout the manor this year, maybe towards towards the end of the year. I think maybe that might be couple. During lockdowns during the pandemic it essentially, you could get anything you wanted a product wise material wise, right, Jimmy. The thing is, which was lacking was being able to go out and get around if you will. So how much do you experiences figure in your your strategy? A lot. I think a lot of the you know, companies are going to produce the greatest results this year. Companies are going to benefit from consumer activity and it's not going to be just online, so I think the travel and leisure sectors Of those companies still have a lot of room to run, and investors need to have position. You need to be positioned for that, as well as hopefully they've been positioned in some of the sectors that benefit from economy reopening commodity related. Sectors such as materials. They've gone up a lot, but I think that again as Europe and Asia follow the United States. I think multinational companies will do very well there. Good question about China. We mentioned that the PPE is likely to be hot, one of the hottest we've seen in more than a dozen years or so, and we note that they have not been able to pass the prices on the Chinese consumers. Do you think they've been able to pass the price onto To buyers from the U. S and Europe. So far, I think yes, the answer is yes. So depending on what's being exported, um, you know The housing market, I think is a good example of that. People are people are buying and builders aren't making less money. The subcontractors aren't making less money. The manufacturers are making less money. Just people are paying more so in certain sectors, there's a lot of pricing power. I don't see that holding up forever. But currently I think when it comes to automobile industry, housing, other industries consumers are paying and again, I would I would lean toward The more cyclical sectors that are, you know, value sectors that are more cyclical, not not necessarily utilities that haven't that hasn't done as well. But some of those sectors I think will continue to do better. As gold stocks give up some of the lead that they've had for many years Now, Jimmy thank you so much for joining us. Jimmy Lee there, the chief executive of wealth consultant discussing his take on No, what's going on out there? And, indeed.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Right. The word Mr Biden used with redouble Redouble efforts and finding out whether the origin is a natural or a lab accident. White House spokeswoman Karine Jean Pierre says the president wants a new report in 90 days have been saying that for very long time that China needed to provide more access to the lab. Cooperate more fully with the scientific investigators, and we don't think that they have met that standard. Jon Pierre says. Reassessment in 90 days, same kind of conversation happening in the Senate hearings today, Senator Lindsey Graham and questioning Dr Anthony Fauci focusing on wanting to know about China's involvement. If this were in fact, they Reacher protocols and China. If it did come out of a lab, that would be a first for the world. Is that right? Believe so. There was a situation with an influenza where there was a suspicion that it might have escaped from a laboratory and Russia but that has never been validated or or confirmed factories also said the W H O investigation was a middle, admittedly inadequate for a variety of reasons. US. White House says President Xi Jinping's tightening grip on China's economy and aggression in the region Is causing an era where the U. S. Tried to engage to end and that a new era of competition will begin Kurt Campbell, saying Beijing's behavior is emblematic of a shift toward harsh power or hard power, which signals that China's determined to play the more assertive role. So he says, new paradigm of competition. Singapore's Ministry of Health says a multi ministry task force has been monitoring the global covert situation. It says From its perspective, the situation has gotten worse travelers coming in. We'll need a valid covert PCR test within 72 hours. Before departure for Singapore. Those arriving without a valid test will be denied entry and onslaught of criticism before UK parliamentary hearing today on Prime Minister Boris Johnson from his former top aide, Dominic Cummings. Coming, saying that Johnson bungled the handling of the pandemic from the beginning, called it a scare story and reaction to mitigate it. A disaster like the search for PPG. It's completely beggars belief that the sort of thing was happening. When I was having people images from the Cabinet room table who told over the people he won't arrive. You know, this obviously is not gonna write for months. Wise like a rough month. Well, because it takes that long to shit. Why are you should think it Well, we ship it because it's what we always do now coming said Get the planes in the air. Fly to China. Get the equipment back here. 54. Three. You. Line here. Mm hmm..

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hey, good talking to you. Good morning. I want to begin with Taiwan because Taiwan is in the news this morning. It turns out that in the Financial times meeting with Kurt Campbell, the White House yesterday. He told them that he did not want to abandon strategic ambiguity towards China and Taiwan, the Chinese Communist Party because it could lead to escalation, and it could lead to our having to get involved. It's it's all those appeasement in capital letters. What do you think about Taiwan? What do you think about strategic ambiguity and should the United States defend Taiwan if it's attacked? Well again. I didn't see or hear the interview, but I can tell you that strategic ambiguity to the extent that it's the you know, going along with this idea that Taiwan is separate from China independent from China, but not its own country. Is different. From what that there should be no ambiguity whatsoever about our defense commitments about what will happen and what the United States is committed to should should Taiwan. I should the Chinese cross that line, I think also important and the lack of that sort of clarity. I think we'll encourage an attack or encouraging. The Chinese team back more aggressively. The same is true with the assistance that we provide them. There should be no ambiguity about the assistance we provide them. It should be abundantly clear on both of those fronts. And I think anything that shows that we're backing off of that is only going to accelerate the timeline in which the Chinese Communist Party is going to make its move, and it may not be military. I mean, look, I think ultimately the Chinese hope Chinese Communist Party's hope is that internally within Taiwan, they'll be able to interfere in an election and get them to a party or an individual elected who will hold then seek unification or on Ben, that sort of thing, then that's their preference. But but they made pretty clear that they've Taiwan would ever declare independence. That they would move on the militarily and the only Let's stop that from happening already is the notion that the U. S government of the United States is going to stand up on defend Taiwan and live up to our commitments. There could be no ambiguity about that. Let me quote Kurt Campbell to you because I do believe he is the senior Indo Pak spokesperson within the White House in the Biden administration and President Biden had not contradicted him quote. I believe that there's some significant downsides to the kind of what is called strategic clarity that you lay out, Campbell said in talking to the Financial Times. I think any conflict with China would broaden quickly and it would fundamentally trash the global economy in ways that I don't think anyone can predict. That seemed to me to be an invitation to the Chinese Communist Party to attack Taiwan. Well, it basically makes clear is yes, we're with this is I'm paraphrasing, And I hope that they will clear this up. Because if I'm paraphrasing what they're basically saying is yes. We were with Taiwan and then Oh, yes, we're going to support them, But not really. I mean, ultimately the Chinese become very aggressive and do something. We can't really stepped forward and do anything because it would hurt the economy and it would be a bad war and we wouldn't want to be involved in those kinds of things. So it's it's basically it's a rhetorical commitment, but not a A real one, and that kind of stuff is dangerous. I mean, the Chinese Communist Party doesn't talk that way. They talk about red lines and big mistakes that don't make big mistakes and things of that nature. Look, I don't know the spokesperson. I don't know why he spoke that way. But it sounds like he's speaking. This is sort of, you know, think Tank gathering. These words are being written being read in Beijing. And then they've already got preconceived notions about this administration. This is only going to further that the Chinese Foreign Ministry yesterday again breaking news senator accused the G seven foreign ministers gathering. Of meddling. That's the quote in its internal affairs. After those foreign ministers back participation of Taiwan and the W H O eyes that meddling and should the Taiwan be in the W H o Marco Rubio Absolutely the one. They have a lot to contribute Number two. They're human beings living in Taiwan, and they deserve to have a voice in the world. You cannot be a world health organization is the world is not represented and to sort of turn over. So the Chinese Communist Party which is hidden and covered up and been less than transparent, to say the least about the origins of this virus, and how it developed in its early days, set the world back in terms of its response by being honest about it to turn over the Taiwanese people. Health care and help decisions that the global scale to the Chinese Communist Party is absurd. So they should absolutely be a part of it. And China called anything that the criticism of their actions as internal meddling at the code word they used By the way, did they go around the world, telling government says, Don't worry, we're going to get involved in your internal politics. Of course, they get involved in the internal politics and everybody else's. I mean, you can't produce a Hollywood film today. That's critical of China because the studios No, there won't be distributed in China. So they're they're the hypocrisy on the part of the Chinese Communist Party. Now the third China story before we brought in this out into some larger issues that is in the news. Is. It's reported that they have approached Namibia and Mauritania and for the benefit of the Steelers fans those air on the Atlantic coast of of Africa. They want to build a carrier came out of the Steelers fan to Cleveland. Well, well, We had a great draft senator. We're clearly bound for the Super Bowl in the Dolphins were in the way. Sorry, trademark for coming. I'm gonna Browne's written on him. But Mauritania on the west Coast of Africa Committee on the west Coast of Africa. China wants to build a carrier capable pork. And both of those places they're negotiating. What should we tell those countries about their relationship with China? And Ah Blue Water Navy facility being on that on the on the West Coast of Africa? Yeah, First of all, you have to be very aside, said you have a very smart about how you do it. These air. These countries are small economies who are desperate to develop. They don't want to be put in a position of having to choose between the US and China because, in their view, they need help from everyone and everywhere. We should be smart about it and say Look, we're not ask you to pick between us. And then what we're telling you is this is what happens on the Chinese Come into one of your ports. They take over that port and then they love rigid in essence state. Then it went there or they loan you a bunch of money to build it. They lease it, But when you can't pay them back, then they take over it and they use it not just for their navy for for the commercial ships, which is what they want to do. They want to dominate global shipping in that way, And if you can, and not only that, because you owe money, they expect you to vote with them. 100% of the time in international forums on every issue and and so forth, and so on to sort of described to them the way that the Chinese Communist Party uses leverage on these countries. They don't do anything out of the kindness of their heart. There is no such thing as a Chinese global involvement where they get in for the good of mankind from but the comments party and then leave. Without asking anything. In return. They always ask for more in return than they give. When you explain that the countries and you offer them an alternative to what the Chinese are offering or some potential for an alternative, it generally seems to work most of these countries. Would prefer not to have this situation with the Chinese because, but what they see very few options in many cases, so that's the way to approach it In my mind, Senator Marco Rubio, you've been on Senate Intelligence Committee. Formerly is chairing House ranking Republican for a lot of your 12 years in the Senate. You're gonna be back in this time You're gonna get reelected. You're gonna be there at least four more years unless you run for president. I'm going to ask you about that in a second. But I want to know what you think about foreign influence operations by the Chinese Communist Party in the United States with the backdrop that former Secretary State Mike Pompeo at a meeting of the Nixon seminar. Last month with Peter Thiel and Robert O'Brien said, We simply have to revoke foreign student visas for every student from the CCP because we do not know what they're doing. What's your belief about foreign influence operations? What should we do about these students?.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now. Global News update. President Biden is calling the impeachment trial of former President Trump a sad chapter of our history. Trump was acquitted Saturday of inciting the deadly January 6th attack at the U. S. Capitol. The White House issued a statement from the president who said tonight he's thinking of all those who stood guard on January 6th the lives of those who died and all those who still live with the terror of the riots. On that day, Biden said violence and extremism have no place in America. The suspect is in custody who was believed to be responsible for a stabbing spree on the A train that left two dead in New York. NYPD Deputy chief Brian Magee describes how the attack seemed random. We know that one of the victims was sleeping when the other person came approached him. Everything is fun provoked in those two incidents. It was definitely unprovoked. Rain is in the forecast for today's Daytona 500 NASCAR race. The National Weather Service is today in central Florida. There's up to a 63% chance of rain at the start of the race this afternoon. Daytona 500 Race starts at 2:30 P.m. Eastern time. That's the latest on Mr Taylor. Mrs Bloomberg Daybreak weekend. Our global look ahead at the top stories for investors in the coming week. I'm Nathan Hager as the Senate impeachment trial against former president Trump unfolds, There's another big set of events happening in Washington. I'm talking about all the changes the bite and White House is initiating on foreign policy. Just a huge number of massive shifts in a very short period of time for that we bring in Amy Morris from our Bloomberg 99 1 newsroom in Washington, Mamie Thank you, Nathan. We have seen a lot of ships very quickly across the board, especially when it comes to foreign policy, The environment and climate, NATO China just to name a few. Let's learn more about this. Bloomberg foreign policy reporter Nick Wadhams joins us now to Phyllis in Nick. It is always a pleasure. Thanks so much for taking the time. Thanks for having me. Just off the top of my head. One of the first foreign policy changes that may have happened is at the State Department itself. You may remember and the Trump Administration for years the State Department had managerial positions that were just left unfilled. A lot of acting's were in place. The entire model for handling foreign policy seemed to be completely different. What have you seen? And the transition between the Trump and Biden administrations. The biggest thing is really a shift in tone. The State Department and career diplomats under President Trump were really seen as this so called beach state that we're out to foil. His initiatives and his agenda. Something that I personally never really found was true, but they were sort of ritually humiliated over and over again, either. Positions were left empty or the president himself. You know the moment that really sticks in my mind is what President Putin of Russia expelled some 600. American diplomats and President Trump's response was Thank him for cutting us payroll, though. You know, he later said he was joking. So what you saw with Tony Blinken coming in in the new secretary of state was Uh, a pledge to respect the building and listen to these career diplomat. You mentioned the mood and we did see. Earlier this month, President Biden trying to boost that mood at the State Department, announcing that he's halting troop drawdowns in Germany, reversing support for a Saudi led offensive in Yemen didn't do the trick. Did it boost the mood? Mean? Yes, we're back in a mode that career diplomats like because they see the government. The administration of Joe Biden acting a little more diplomatically under President Trump and Secretary Mike Pompeo. There really wasn't mood that was You know my way or the highway? If you don't like what we're doing, then that's your problem. Bully for you. That's not our problem This time. Tony Blinken is really saying OK, we're going to consult with allies that's going to be the first step. We're gonna move in lockstep with them as we approach the big challenges like Russia and China. If we do sanctions, we want to do that in concert with those countries rather than doing what I saw countless times in the Trump administration, which was they would have found something and it would have been a total surprise. Two of countries that were offensively our allies. However, there is one really interesting thing that also happening, which is a lot of power right now, in terms of how diplomacy is done, and how foreign policy Is made is really the power center has shifted for the time being to the National Security Council. They've been able to staff up much more quickly, because very few of those post none of them really are Senate confirms so they can just Beef up as quickly as possible. Fill those deaths on D That's really where of the power center is at the moment you have Kurt Campbell as the Asians are over there, and he's really staking out his turf and trying to put a lot of policies and motion. You are seeing what What is a traditional push Impose has been going on for many years where it's always a big question where policy is being decided at the State Department or the White House, and at the moment it certainly looks like it zeal with White House That's critical, and that is really, really interesting. Also, they're actually holding Regular press conferences, trying to have at least some semblance of, if not transparency, at least communication. Well, I mean, this is one of the things that was so stark, um, in the last four years, whether or not you supported the president. What we saw over and over again was that it was very difficult for anyone at the State Department to do a press briefing because Policy would change so much. What they thought was, the policy would suddenly be upended by a tweet by the president. So they had no interest in putting people out there, diplomats the spokespeople because Words, they said, might be contradicted sometimes literally within minutes by a tweet coming out from the White House of what you're seeing is much more message. Discipline. Now you see them all. Literally using the same phrasing on various issues. Whether it's China or Iran. They're all singing from the same hymn book and and as a result They're they're able to get quite a bit more specific and policy because it's clear that the policy has been set on some of these big issues on dat messages and filtering out so they're able to speak about it, and also that Take questions that some policies really haven't been very well defined yet, Um so they bring out the usual bromides of okay, We're gonna review that and then consult with allies. But there is much more of a sense that they're all on the same page. And we are looking at foreign policy changes within the Biden administration, as we are talking with Bloomberg Foreign policy reporter Nick Wadhams and you know, we just finish talking about the concept about Personnel and policy and personnel is policy and sort of the housekeeping details in the foreign policy and let's look at some of the specific actions that have been taken now. That phone call between President Biden and China's President Xi Jinping, were president Biden launched right into that coercive and unfair economic practices as well as human rights abuses, abuses he launched right into that To talk about choosing Ping with that there. That is a stark difference from the Trump administration. Except for the part about the economic practices. What are you're seeing as far as comparing contrast? Well, it's really interesting because the Biden administration has made clear that they actually agreed with the Trump administration on the broad strategy of taking a more competitive on confrontational approach toward China. Previously in the Obama era, they always use the sprays. There's there's room enough in the world for an established power, the U. S and a rising power China. They were really preaching.

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"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"kurt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"His balance of power with David Western on Bloomberg Radio. Still to come this hour antitrust enforcement under the Trump administration gets a new regime. I talkto outgoing antitrust chief Macon del Rey him about what he accomplished and what lies ahead. But first relations with China were at the top of the Trump administration's foreign policy agenda, and there's reason to believe they'll figure prominently in the by demonstration as well, with Treasure Secretary nominee Janet Yellen, telling senators this week. China is United States biggest strategic rival. We need to take on Chinese abusive, unfair and illegal practices for an early read on where the U. S China relationship may be headed. I've talked to Elizabeth Economy senior fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution. I think we're going to see a lot of continuity in terms of the overall approach between the Biden and Trump Administration's I think even if you look at the next level, down from Tony and from Janet Yellen and the top Asian people have been put in place like Kurt Campbell of the National Security Council, or Eli Ratner, it d o d. You'll see that these are people who have historically taken Ah, very tough line on China s O. I think substantively we're going to see them ministrations that continues to view China as you know a top strategic competitors. On a focus of U. S foreign policy and eventually just appeared that Beijing is trying to calm things down at the moment. As you know, there's announcement of sanctions taking against I think 28 U. S politicians, including Mike Pompeo, the outgoing sexually state, and In the meantime, Twitter is knocked to the Chinese Embassy United States off of that's Twitter account. He's temporarily because the things you said about the weaker so it looks like It isn't quieting down right now. No, I don't think China is is planning a major new initiative to try to soften relationship to try to improve it. I think they've Assessed, you know, looking at the people that have been put in place in the by an administration that the ride is going to continue to be a little bit rocky, and they don't really see a need at this point to, uh, to make nice on Dure. Quite right. I mean the move. To punish the sanction. You know, 28 former Trump officials very senior officials on to say that they and their families are going to be forbidden from going to China and that the institutions with which they affiliate themselves moving forward. Are going to face sanctions as well, really quite significant Move. I think you know it sends a message to the Biden administration that this is what they can anticipate moving forward, But it was done precisely at the time is that the new administration was being inaugurated. So was Really diplomatically. Quite an unfriendly move. So are we headed toward us? Some form of disengagement between these two countries? These two economies. I mean, we can't totally disengaged with the number one of number two economies in the world, but at the same time our is just going to continue down this slope. I think you look one thing that's important to bear in mind because typically the Trump administration, you know all the responsibility for the coupling or disengagement. As you put it is placed on the shoulders of the Trump Administration. But in fact the Chinese themselves back in 2014 When they announced they're made in China 2025 program really began that process of decoupling. You know how far it goes, I think remains to be seen. I do think this is an area where the by the administration may be a little more nuanced. Maybe a little more Careful. You're trying to disentangle, you know national security from economic security. What do we really need to put on the entities list right. The list of Chinese companies for which American companies need special permission to sell. So I think I think it's going to be a little bit more cautious than the Trump Administration, which really did use a sledgehammer. Nonetheless, I think again, given the national security challenge that I believe that by administration Feels China presents. I think this linkage between economic and national security will continue, and therefore this process of the couple Ng, you know, will also continue talking about national security. Talk about the South China Sea because right there at the very end of the Trump administration, there was some sanctions taken against, among other people, the I think, the largest Chinese oil company, right She knock Right for its activities in the South China Sea in oil exploration exploration. Right. That was an unusual move actually, by the Trump administration. I thought s O. They sanction they put on the entity with companies that were responsible in some way for, um, either the energy exploration or the dredging, you know, construction companies that responsible for dredging and constructing the artificial features. That's the kind of initiative that by administration might have a difficult time rolling back. But they themselves probably would not have come up with so again. I think you know the question is how much further this process is going to go, and I think that by administration will be more careful. Throughout much, If not all, the time administration we heard from Democrats that the problem with our policy for China was not so much we're getting tough with them. But we were doing it on our own that just bilaterally rather than bringing in our friends and allies. How much can our friends and allies help the bite administration change the behavior? The Chinese regime. You know, I think The Trump Administration actually did a reasonable job in terms of working with our Asian allies because you know, they actually perceive quite a significant threat themselves from China. So in Australia, India and Japan Where we were. The Trump administration fell down was really with Europe on I think there is room to improve the relationship there. In terms of how much more you know, working together can accomplish. I think quite a bit. S so for example, we just saw the Europeans you know, have inked, although not completed this new investment deal with China. That's something I think that the by an administration wishes. You know, the Europeans held off on doing so that they could have consulted, you know, worked through sort of a parallel process on thought through, you know, what are the restrictions? What are the kinds of conditions that we want to play? Some Chinese investment on Do you know, make it more difficult because one of the things that China likes to do is divide and conquer. And if they can have, you know easier access with regard to the Europeans. The next grade. They can afford to ignore the United States. But if Europeans, united states, the Japanese Koreans, you know, instead of the Australians all work together, then they have a much more difficult time. Have we ever succeeded multilaterally and actually changing fundamental behavior from the Chinese government? That's an excellent question. I would say that there are cases where working together has Worse, the Chinese to mend regulations they were going to put in place. So there were AH couple several years ago before the administration came into power actually related, Tonto You know what the Chinese government would demand from companies in terms of access to their you know, computer codes, etcetera. So that was an area where businesses across the board pushed back and the Chinese government was forced to take a step back. But you're quite right when it comes to issues that the Chinese considered to be Their dominant priorities. For example, what's taking place in Hong Kong? There is a lot of unity around, you know, sanctions and other penalties. You know they're being levied and criticism globally against what China's doing. But that's not changing Chinese behavior in the least thanks to Elizabeth economy from Stanford University's Hoover Institution coming up President Biden signs executive orders on his first day that affect US energy policy. I talk about it with leading energy expert Dan Jurgen. You're listening to bounce a power on Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg. Wendy's.

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