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"one hundred fifty one billion dollars" Discussed on WTVN
"Day and a half and it. Started right when I got there and I was very, respectful but I told people this unfair the United States could. Be paying for ninety one percent okay could be so the minimum seventy percent but it's probably ninety one so we're paying for ninety. One percent of the cost of keeping Europe safe on top of that the European Union. Takes total, advantage, of us with tariffs with trade barriers They kill us. On trade we lost one hundred fifty one billion dollars last year, so they beat us and trade and we defend, them for essentially nothing and I said going to be that way anymore, you gotta pay up you gotta, say general gave you the credit and he gave me. All. Of the credit last year there is, forty four billion dollars more. Only more additional and he said it was only because of President Trump so I figured I'd wake, up the next day and read these wonderful stories and by the way Actually thought finally I'm. Going to have a. Great story okay foreign relations I'm going to have a great story and instead of saying that I. Raised forty four, billion not million forty four billion last. Year for NATO I raised could be over one hundred. Billion dollars this year and into the future they said that I treated the, heads of other nations I didn't I actually have. Great, relationships with. Them the lead up to the summit. You actually tweeted out of you were given, the great city of Moscow for retribution for all. The sins, of Russia the media would be asking why you didn't get Saint Petersburg as well. I said that I said if I got boss gal As a as part of a deal they said here's, Moscow. Please please pardon us soccer ball is really very nice I have to say it was very nice you know they did a great job in running. That but it is true you know I said I got Moscow they'd. Want thank Petersburg within one more so the media was in, two thousand fourteen in the Washington Times Devin newness said with a certainty that Russia would try to impact the two thousand sixteen elections Barack Obama in the month before the two thousand sixteen elections and I will read and I will. Quote no serious pertinent person out there would, suggest that somehow you could even rig America's, elections no evidence that it has happened in the. Past which. Is not true and number two or. That it could happen in this election and I invite Mr. Trump to stop whining and to go out there and try and get votes he said. That two weeks before the election we thought Hillary Clinton was going to. Win and he didn't want, to do anything to disturb It. And frankly when I won he said this is the biggest deal, but. Before I want he said this is nothing in the can't happen it's a very dishonesty and you know you have to find out who did Peter. Struck report to because it was called me and it was McCabe but. It was also probably Obama if you think that Obama didn't, know what was going when you watch and I said it today with President Putin when you watch Peter strokes performance the lover of Lisa page when you watch that performance the FBI I'll tell you I know so many people in. The these are incredible people what they have, what they're going through watching this guy a, total phony I mean how about we'll stop it Or something to that effect that we will stop. You well we'll stop him and then insurance and he said originally I guess it was the two of. Them no then he said the next day. All I meant the American people, and even the Democrats say. That doesn't work no page contradicted him and gave him, more honest assessment I heard she did much better than he did and she, was honest and took, a lot of, hard shots but. At least, she was honest about it He's a disgrace to our country he's a disgrace. To the great FBI a disgrace and how he's, still being paid is beyond belief did you like President Putin's, idea Robert Muller should go talk to him I was fascinated by it So.
"one hundred fifty one billion dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Was there for a day and a, half and it started right when I got, there and I was very. Respectful but I told. People this unfair the United, States could be paying for ninety one. Percent okay could be so the minimum, seventy percent but it's probably. Ninety one so we're paying for, ninety one percent of the cost. Of keeping Europe safe on top of. That the European Union takes total advantage of us with tariffs, and with trade barriers they kill us and trade we lost. One hundred fifty one billion dollars last year so they beat us and trade and we defend them for essentially nothing and I said. It's not going to be that way anymore you gotta pay up you gotta to say general. Gave you, the, credit he gave me all of the credit last year there is forty four. Billion dollars more only More additional. And he said it. Was only because the President Trump so I figured. I'd wake up the next day and read these. Wonderful stories and, by the way I can Actually thought finally I'm. Going to, have a great story okay foreign relations I'm going to have a great story and. Instead of saying that I raised forty four billion not million forty. Billion last year for NATO I raised could be over. One hundred billion dollars this year and into the future they said that I. Treated the heads of other nations They didn't actually. Have, great relationships. With the lead up to the summit. You actually tweeted out of you were giving, the great city of Moscow for retribution for. All the, sins of Russia the media would be asking why you didn't get Saint Petersburg is. Well I said that I said if I got Bosco As a as part of a deal they, said here's, Moscow please please pardon us the soccer bowl is really very nice I have to say it was very nice you know they did a. Great job and running that but it is true I should have. I got Moscow Saint Petersburg so the media was in two, thousand fourteen in the Washington Times newness said with a certainty that Russia would try to impact the two thousand sixteen elections Brock Obama, in the month before the two thousand sixteen elections and I will read and I will quote no, serious person out there would suggest that, somehow you could even rig America's elections no, evidence that it has happened in the past which is. Not true, and number two, or that, it could happen in this, election and I invite Mr. Trump to stop whining and to go out there and, try and get votes said that two weeks before the election we thought Hillary Clinton was going to win and he. Didn't want to do anything to disturb it and frankly when I won. He said this is the, biggest deal but before And he said this is nothing to can't happen it's a very, dishonesty deal and you know you have to find out who did Peter Struck report to because it, was me and it was McCain but, it was also probably Obama if you think, that Obama didn't know what was going when you watch. And I, said it today, with President, Putin when you watch Peter. Strokes performance The lover of Lisa page when you watch that performance the FBI I'll tell, you I know so many people in the these are incredible people what they have to what they're going..
"one hundred fifty one billion dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A joint press conference being held at chequers the president trump and british prime minister theresa may the trump president trump attacked may on brexit in a tabloid interview published just hours before a meeting with her this morning but the president is calling the report fake news fricks it is a very tough situation that's a tough deal between the borders and the entries into the countries and all of the things so she's going to do the best the only thing i ask is that she work it out so that we can have very even trade because we do not have a fair deal with the european union right now on trade they treat the united states horribly and that's going to change and of a dozen change they're going to have to pay a very big price and they know what that price is so they're coming over on july twenty fifth to see me and hopefully we can work something out but they have barriers that are beyond belief barriers where they won't take our farm products they won't take many of our things including our cars they charge us tariffs on cars far greater than we charge them as you know you know all these things and last year theresa we lost one hundred fifty one billion dollars with the european union so we can't have that we're not going to have that any longer the president just dismissed a reporter's question from cnn calling the network fake news earlier he dismissed a question about whether he's doing putin's bidding by telling an nbc correspondent they do dishonest reporting at that network getting set for round two on capitol hill after ten hours of tumultuous testimony yesterday from fbi agent peter struck here's committee chair congressman trey goudy the moment special counsel bob muller found out about peter strucks taxed and emails he kicked him off of the investigation but that was a year and a half to late struck took offence to that comment from the chairman mr chairman at no time in any of these texts did those personal beliefs ever enter into the realm of any action i took furthermore this isn't just me sitting here telling you you don't have to take my word for it at every step at every investigative decision there are multiple layers of people above me the assistant director executive assistant director deputy director and director of the fbi and multiple layers of people below me section chiefs supervisors unit chiefs case agents and analysts all of whom were involved in all of these decisions they will not tolerate any improper behavior in me any more than i would tolerate it in them that is who we are as the fbi and the suggestion that i in some dark chambers somewhere in the fbi would somehow cast aside all of these procedures all of these safeguards and somehow be able to do this is astounding to me it's simply couldn't happen and the proposition that that is going on that it might occur anywhere in the fbi deeply corrodes what the fbi is an american society the effectiveness of their mission in it is deeply destructive struck will resume his testimony on capitol hill later this morning still to come the.
"one hundred fifty one billion dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"By calling out germany it's a tough balancing act the drive bys don't know which one to spend the most time on they have according to my analysis they've spent most of their time today on nato and trump's breakfast meeting with nato leaders today which box you just have to love this after all of these years of playing second fiddle in nato and let me tell you what it's been going on in nato just just to set the table here the guiding principle behind nato of course the north atlantic treaty organization was to protect europe from the encroachment of these soviet union led by various communist leaders who had as their objective soviet expansionism all over the world this organization sprang into shortly after the inclusion of world war two in the united states accepted the burden because of our superpower status in our overwhelming wealth wealth particularly after world war two in europe was devastated we assume the primary responsibility of defending europe as we had during world war two and as the organization evolved it it just became accepted in polite diplomatic circles that the united states would continue to bear the greatest burden not just financially but every other which way necessary to defend your if it became necessary and over the years this permitted various european countries to spend less and less and less on their own defense and they were able to then spend more and more and more on ramping up their socialist democracy desires their individual countries thereby setting the stage for the ultimate collapse of their cultures which we are witnessing now all the while the united states for whatever psychological reasons accepted the idea that it was our responsibility to defend our responsibility to pay 'em in diplomatic circles highlighted by leftwing populations at the state department and liberal thinking and the diplomatic circles of the united states the united states or the world a lot simply because of our superpower status it was unfair that we were so wealthy an unfair we were so powerful and one of the ways of a media rating this was to acknowledge that in many ways the united states posed a problem in the world with its outsize wealth and it's outsized power and so it'd be can be accepted in diplomatic circles that a rival superpower to the united states was desired as the soviet union because that was considered to be balance that would prevent any one nation from taking over the world and so the balance of power an absent all of this and i'm not exaggerating here absent all of this in this arrangement was the idea that we're the good guys in diplomatic circles in the state department the department of defense for decades here have been populated by career leftists who have been schooled in the ivy league harvard yale and so forth and they established a post world war two order of doing things of behavior of united states posture and it was all predicated on the united states could be the problem in the world if we were not checked if our power was not checked if our wealth was not checked because the concept of the united states was the good guys was not a concept believed by nearly enough people within all of these arrangements in europe and in the united states and so nato was allowed to grow and grow and grow with many of the member nations not contributing anything to it and it was just so that we would and we would look the other way because that was our responsibility it was one of the roles we must play because we're so big and because we're so powerful and because we have so many more advantages than these other poor european nations that we must bear the burden and it became a belief system that it's a burden the united states must bear and as it grew as this this this arrangement evolved so did the belief that the united states more and more presented problems in the world rather than solutions and it was a slow process and nobody would ever use those exact words in describing diplomatic arrangements worldwide but that was the belief system one of the foundation of belief systems that under girded the nato alliance the nato relationship and this led to other imbalances as well we have a trade imbalance with the european union of one hundred fifty one billion dollars is president trump has pointed out it's nearly impossible for american farmers and certain manufacturers and other businesses do business in europe.
"one hundred fifty one billion dollars" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Interesting time in the uk and it's certainly going to be interesting data dato has but i think we'll pay too little but we will work it out we'll be happy the uk that situation for a long time dato the uk which is in turmoil frankly who up dunkin for the chris plante show welcome aboard eight eight eight six thirty nine six two five that was donald trump yesterday as he was ready to depart for the nato summit in brussels and he's there oh boy he is there let's listen to some other remarks that he made yesterday on the white house lawn same time about nato specifically but we cannot be taken advantage of being taken advantage of by the european union we lost one hundred fifty one billion dollars last year on for that we spend at least seventy percents for nato and frankly it helps them a lot more than it helps us so we'll see what happens we have a long beautiful long beautiful week well today you should the media day there they don't know what to do they are they don't know what to talk about i donald trump started off the nato meeting in what was supposed to be a relaxed kind of a photo op with all the leaders gathered around a table and donald trump said this russia getting so much biggest shopping i don't know what you can do about it but it certainly doesn't seem to make sense that dollars to russia and we have to defend them against russia he took germany to task in your face angle in your face and look what he said in my view was right on one hundred percent appropriate totally he said we'll get to play the cut again eventually he said look what he called germany while the choice of language i'm not i'm not saying one hundred percent appropriate but i have no problem with it that's donald trump he called germany a captive of russia a captive of russia because they give them tons of money for oil and gas for energy so on one hand we're we're we're we're we're paying to defend the european countries in the our nato allies against russia and on the other hand a country like germany is in bed with russia making it rich now i've heard just recently this morning that this is the pot calling the kettle black because we know that trump could never say anything bad about russia that doesn't make any sense and that even though trump may have a point trump's responsible for helping benefit russia when it comes to energy because he backed out of the iran deal and so oil prices are going up all this convoluted but they consider to be logic but this is exactly what people love about donald trump it's what i love about donald trump hey angela what the heck is germany doing first of all repay we're still paying too much for nato and you're still paying too little when are you going to call up two percent as required under the nato charter you and the rest of them and in addition you know he's supposed to be some kind of a puppet for putin and he loves russia and you'll never say anything bad about russia we're not the ones given them billions of dollars for energy germany is and you could tell it was in his craw it was eating at him and he couldn't wait it's that first public statement he made it was the pre you know presummit photo op has mentioned let's hear it one more time a is captive.
"one hundred fifty one billion dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Which is somewhat turmoil frankly maybe the easiest who would think woulda dunkin see balls berg on the chris plante show welcome aboard eight eight eight six thirty nine six two five that was donald trump yesterday as he was ready to depart for the nato summit in brussels and he's there oh boy he is there let's listen to some other remarks that he made yesterday on the white house lawn same time about nato specifically we do have a lot of allies but we cannot be taken advantage of being taken advantage of by the european union we lost one hundred fifty one billion dollars last year on grade for that we spend at least seventy percents for nato and frankly it helps them a lot more than it helps us so we'll see what happens we have a long beautiful week along beautiful week well today you should the media there they they don't know what to do they are they don't know what to talk about i donald trump started off the nato meeting in what was supposed to be a relaxed kind of a photo op with all the leaders gathered around a table and donald trump said this get rid of the cold.
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"Nbc news radio i'm mark mayfield president trump is airing his grievances with a european union at the nato summit today even before landing in brussels for the annual summit trump tweeted that the eu makes it impossible for us farmers workers in companies to do business in europe the tweet said the us has a one hundred fifty one billion dollar trade deficit with europe they want the us or happily defend them through nato and nicely pay for it trump declared it just doesn't work drugmaker pfizer is undoing price hikes after the company's ceo spoke with president trump brash shook has details the company explained the move saying it's giving the president a chance to work on his health care plan that he promises will reduce healthcare and drug prices visor increased costs for some of its drugs at the start of this month but now those drugs will go back to pre july first prices as soon as possible brian shook nbc news radio and francis headed to the finals of the world cup france blank belgium one nil on tuesday semi final and meets the winner between croatia and england mark mayfield nbc news radio new supreme court nominee brett cavanaugh has started making the rounds in the senate vice president mike pence escorted the federal appeals court judge to senate majority leader mitch mcconnell's office yesterday were honored to be able to bring him here to the united states and begin the important work that the senate will do pence called cavanaugh a good man who should face a fair and thorough confirmation process if confirmed by the senate cavenaugh would replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy democrats are pledging a big fight ahead of november's midterm elections there is a twelfth and final arrest in the murder of a bronx teenager chief bill aubrey thanks the public for helping catch lewis kabir santos in connecticut we had over hundreds of crime stop attempts coming in a lot of resourceful information coming out of that and that's where we got twelfth arrests any ads that all the suspects have now been rounded up and they're all facing murder charges we made a commitment to to the.
"one hundred fifty one billion dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Thorough right senator grassley didn't specify what he meant when he said the confirmation process would be done quickly but majority leader mitch mcconnell promises it will all be wrapped up before the midterm elections linda kenyon capitol hill atrop replacement for the baba climate plant is moving forward continuing efforts to undo the workings of the obama presidency the trump administration is taking aim at the obama era attempts to reduce greenhouse emissions the environmental protection agency has sent a proposal for a new rule on greenhouse emissions to the white house for review the submission comes on the heels of last week's change at the top of pa that saw lobbyist andrew wheeler takeover after the resignation of administrators scott pruitt the document has not yet been released but president donald trump has long promoted the idea of energizing the coal industry by rolling back regulations mike rossier washing snaking with reporters before departing the white house for european trip president trump says he can't say if russian president vladimir putin is a friend or a foe getting along with getting along with china getting along with others not a bad thing i said that many times the president response to accommodate a european council president donald tusk that the us should remember who its allies are one hundred fifty one billion dollars last year on and adopted that we at least seventy percent for nato frankly it helps them a lot more than it helped china's government is criticized lettuce us threat of terrify is totally.
"one hundred fifty one billion dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"In maryland president trump has arrived in brussels for the nato summit the first leg of the trip that includes great britain in helsinki trump will have a summit russian president vladimir putin on monday trump has been repeating criticism of some nato allies accusing them not paying their share for mutual defense something he mentioned before leaving the united states today we're being taken advantage of by the european union we lost one hundred fifty one billion dollars last year on grade that we spend at least seventy percents for nato and frankly it helps them a lot more than it helps that european council president donald tusk has a message for the president quit badmouthing nato allies dea president trump america does not have and will not have better than europe today european spent on defense many times small than russia and as much as china the chairman of the senate judiciary committee vows delete a thorough confirmation process for supreme court nominee brett cavanaugh respected jurist john outstanding i think you're going to be through every republican chuck grassley senate democrats plotting a big fight over the president's selection the president has put women's reproductive rights and vital health care protections at grave grave risk senate democrat leader chuck schumer the name of president trump's supreme court nominee is a familiar one too many floridians brad kavanagh has a history of being involved in florida's most contentious moments in two thousand he was the lawyer for the relatives who fought to keep elian gonzalez from being sent back to canada cuba he also represented governor jeb bush in an effort to allow tax dollars to be used at religious private schools that same year cavenaugh was part of george w bush's legal team and the bush versus gore case that way to the supreme court the trump administration will miss today's deadline to reunite young immigrant children with their families aclu lawyer league girl aren't explains why the process is so difficult the government didn't track these families they separated these children took them away day for months but didn't have clear records about which children belong to which parents lawyers for the justice department say they'll be able to return as many as fifty nine out of one hundred two children under age five who are in government custody two people have been rushed to the hospital with critical injuries after being possibly struck by lightning today in lake worth palm beach county fire rescue says it happened just before three they're twenty second avenue in pierce drive the two men are in critical condition they are at a local hospital a barricade situation is over in the villages and our man was surrounded by deputies inside a home there today negotiations tried to get the man to surrender after hours long standoff the swat team burst into the front window of the home the suspect barreled out of the garage and a white suv deputies were forced you stop sticks fired a shot in the man was arrested after they say he robbed the belle glade country club overnight i'm ron hersi news talk eight fifty w f t l from.
"one hundred fifty one billion dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Republican chuck grassley says they had a pleasant conversation and he has great respect for cabinet i i outstanding person operation in the united states senate democrats are plotting a big fight over trump's choice for supreme court the president has put women's reproductive rights and vital health care protections at grave grave risk senate democratic leader chuck schumer illinois senator dick durbin says cavenaugh will not serve average american he's a reliable ally of big business time and time again given a choice between polluters and public health he consistently finds a legal escape for the polluters the name of president trump's nominee should be a familiar one to floridians bread cavenaugh has a history of being involved in some of florida's most contentious moments in two thousand he was the lawyer for the relatives who fought to keep elian gonzalez from being sent back to cuba he also represented governor jeb bush in an effort to allow tax dollars to be used at religious private schools that same year cavenaugh was part of george w bush's legal team in the bush versus gore k case that went to the supreme court the trump administration will miss today's deadline to reunite young immigrant children with their families aclu lawyer lee explains why the process is so difficult the government didn't track these families they separated these children took them away for months but didn't have clear records about which children belong to which parents lawyers for the justice department say they'll be able to return as many as fifty nine out of one hundred two children under age five who are in government custody president trump is leaving for europe and the nato summit he's complaining about defense spending by most other allies being taken advantage of by the european union we lost one hundred fifty one billion dollars last year on top of that we spend at least seventy percents for nato frankly it helps them a lot more than it helps us and as twelve members of the boys soccer team trapped in a flooded cave in thailand along with the coach have been rescued this bill neely is on the scene with a statement from the navy who ja it starts twelve wild boars that's the name of the soccer team of coach of course i'm coats are out of the cave everyone's safe not waiting to pick up four divers boys in their coach for trapped by rising waters after the end of the cave june twenty third officials initially said the rescue could take months but dropping oxygen levels and more heavy rains in the forecast force them to act immediately firefighters are making headway and containing the largest wildfire currently burning in california the fire burning in northern california's napa and yolo counties is now seventy five percent containment crews expect to have full containment by thursday county fire has burned over ninety thousand acres it hasn't grown much over the past couple of days actor george clooney recovering after a car knocked him off his motorcycle clooney was treated at a hospital on the italian island of sardinia and released on tuesday italian media reported the fiftysevenyearold actors injuries are not serious an unmanned israeli spacecraft expected to land on the moon next year.
"one hundred fifty one billion dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"R e t t winterbourne that's me it's my show it starts today three we'll be getting your reaction to be r e t t cavenaugh a brett spelled right and he's on the right and he hopes to be a supreme court justice the breadwinner will show seven sixty talking breaking news much going on you know in the next couple of weeks we got trump meet with putin are actually like this week struck testifies on thursday there's a lot of stuff going on various place man and his gal pal is testifying to pay and obviously the scotus pick so let's get to the news now marsh villa speaking scotus pick democrats uniting against president trump's pick the us supreme shock brett cavin hop democrats repeating a three word attack mantra in their various condemnation senator chuck schumer for example warning these put at risk civil rights labor rights environmental rights lgbtq rights president trump repeatedly promised to nominate justices who will overturn roe v wade democrat new york governor andrew cuomo this is a prolife justice oh i believe there's no question will overturn roe v wade the first chance they get rovers is wade the three word attack mantra that almost all the democrats have been using various attack that's interesting i saw one strategists last night say they're not gonna use the culture issue they're going to go with the and maybe they've changed overnight you know they'd probably pull it for all i know because originally last night fresh out of the box cory booker on rachel maddow right that's ground zero for where you're gonna launch your attack that's where your core of your cores tuned in rachel rachel maddow on msnbc cory booker was only from the direction of here's a guy who wants wrote some opinions about presidents and whether or not they can be indict alright pro trump pick this guy specifically picked cavanaugh to protect himself in the whole collusion thing well that's funny because as a five am pulse pacific daylight time this morning that was still the strategy but it's clearly evolved i i wonder if they pulled some people you know one of those flash focus groups sorts of things but it would seem if schumer's out there they decided no roe versus wade the way to go and cover of usa today a world without roe versus wade which is i haven't talked to anybody who's being honest who thinks that could actually have won't know if they even weakened it a little bit it would be many years in the future so let's just harems garam tech it what is politics marshall what is politics it's the art of enticing or frightening the heard to run in one direction or another you are part of the heard accept it meanwhile president trump is on his way to europe and the nato summit and he's complaining about defense spending by most of the other allies telling reporters before leaving and being taken advantage of by the european union we lost one hundred fifty one billion dollars last year on top of that we spend at least seventy percents the nato frankly it helps them a lot more that had helped that firing you know the firing back european council president donald task with a message for president trump quit badmouthing nato allies about how much they're spending as part of the alliance yeah america officiate your life after all you don't have the planning oh whoa whoa wall wall why after you who was that i'm saying european council president donald tusk crepe lapper i don't wanna hear that you you be careful because you don't have that many allies how many allies you gonna have when the germans jovi again twist of history held you say something like that you're not paying for an alliance that keeps you from being overrun by russia every day right or the germans again never that's right a bid to toughen recently eased criminal penalties has qualified for california's twenty twenty ballot delays pushed it past the deadline for voters to consider it this fall yeah it's very very strange this incredibly unwise stupid couple of propositions that passed a couple of years ago that have been a disaster for public safety the will of the people is reared up in our admittedly funky illadvised proposition system to to change that because there were terrible flaws in it and then mysteriously oddly for the first time i never heard of this six county registrar offices fill develop eight two signatures and time oh we forgot oh they must've been tour we yeah yeah we didn't get around to it sorry they're all tuned.
"one hundred fifty one billion dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Joining us now the emerging riffs between previously solid allies is one significant outcome of the trump presidency the president of the european council donald tusk has today delivered a blunt message to president trump who is on his way to a nato summit mr tusk condemned mr trump's attitude towards the eu and nato speaking at the signing of a joint e you nato declaration in brussels donald tusk appeal to the american president to recognize who were his real enemies and his real allies president trump america does not have and will not have better than europe the america appreciate your life after all you don't have that many money's important about genuine solidarity even more important the mr president please remember about this tomorrow when we meet the nato summit about above all when you meet president putting in her thinking always worth knowing who is your strategic friend and quiz your strategic problem donald tusk well president trump has hit back speaking to reporters as he prepared to fly to brussels mr trump took a tough line cannot be taken advantage of being taken advantage of by the european union we lost one hundred fifty one billion dollars last year on trade for that we spend at least seventy percent for nato and frankly it helps them a lot more than it helps we'll see what happens well nato summits have been known to be routine rather predictable affairs but mr trump's stance has changed all of that is he likely to focus on the accusations that america's european partners a not paying their way in the defense alliance as we've just heard and to demand that they starts dumping up more or will be so keen to come to some sort of agreement with ladimir putin that he won't be focused on the interests of the eastern member states of nato who feel they are uncomfortably close to russia are your correspondent kevin conley traveled to the baltic republic of estonia which has a long border with russia to assess their view of nato in the age of trump.
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"Hello i'm julie candle with the bbc news a tense and dangerous operation to rescue twelve boys and their football coach trapped in a flooded cave in thailand for more than two weeks has ended in success tie navy commandos who were leading the missions at all thirteen were now safe is not yet known whether three divers and a doctor who'd been with the boys are also out don johnson is that the cave complex that will be something of an incredible moment when they reunited in the hospital that football team together once again where they will then start recovering from this ordeal but what a fantastic outcome the best possible news the rescue effort here has been absolutely incredible something that the people involved can be really proud of the way that divers from around the world of come together brought their skills their experience their expertise and worked together for the good of those people who were stuck for more than two weeks in the darkness of that cave deep under the mountains behind the president of the european council donald tusk has hit back at president trump's complaints about inadequate european defense spending telling america appreciate your after all you don't have that many on the eve of a nato summit in brussels he said eu countries spent more on defense than russia and as much as china saying it was an investment in the common defense of europe and the united states mr trump who was preparing to board a flight to brussels gave this response we cannot be taken advantage of being taken advantage of by the european union we lost one hundred fifty one billion dollars last year on the united nations has accused south sudanese government forces and their allies of what it says a deliberate ruthless and brutal attacks on civilians un report says the between april and may this year at least two hundred thirty two civilians were killed in attacks on villages in opposition controlled areas in unity state imaging folks reports from geneva the un investigation contains horrific evidence the elderly the disabled and children burned alive in their homes or hung from trees women and girls gang raped and then killed or abducted the un says south sudanese forces appear to have operated a scorched earth policy towards opposition held villages the union vesta gators say those responsible including scene military commanders must be brought to justice the widow of the nobel peace prize winner liu xiaobo has been allowed to leave china after eight years in unofficial detention despite not having been charged with any crime new shah had been held under house arrest since her husband won the peace prize in two thousand ten that detention continued even after liu xiaobo died of liver cancer last year while in prison for inciting subversion well news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake the apparent murder of a rikers island inmates bringing the blasio administration efforts to improve conditions at the jail into question according to the daily news the man was choked by a fellow inmate reuven blouse following the investigation for the news he says the homicide suggests guards maybe overcompensating because of the attention on their treatment of inmates officers have been really reluctant to break up fights basically they're sort of afraid of using force that my you know it it looks about records this is the first inmate on inmate murderer at rikers island since two thousand eight upper manhattan small business owners.
German business leaders fear U.S. tariffs after Merkel-Trump talks
"The case of oh skill north korea tonks tariff deadline looming i'm anne cates president trump has spoken with south korean leader moon about upcoming negotiations with north korea correspondent paula hancocks was expected because we know that president moon was very honest about the fact he knew he needed washington on board for these north south korean talks to be successful saying that previous engagements an agreements and declarations haven't worked because washington was not one hundred percent behind it the president tweeted that he also updated japan's prime minister about the talks are slated for late may or early joan it's crunch time on whether to impose penalties the president has a tuesday deadline for deciding on whom to place their steel and aluminum tariffs plus the threat of other tariffs in certain industries he had one on his mind at the news conference with german chancellor we have a trade deficit in goods with the european union of approximately one hundred fifty one billion dollars a year including a fifty billion dollar annual trade deficit.
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"Partnership with the national fair housing alliance now let me president trump is scheduled to travel to parkland florida on thursday to meet with officials investigating last week's deadly mass shooting correspondent rosa flora's reports before that he'll meet with survivors and families of victims he's also expected to host a listening session with students on wednesday but at least two students have already told cnn they do not plan to what ten house intelligence committee democrat adam schiff says the obama administration should have done more to combat russian meddling in the election but shift says he does not understand why president trump is refusing to sanction russia after friday's indictment of more than a dozen russians for interfering in the 2016 election or wall street most banks many schools are closed in honor of president's day and correspondent tom buzzed we reports some overseas trading is on pau also closed markets in asia that's an honor of the chinese new year this starts the year of the dog i'm evan haning anton john tucker the bloomberg news room with his update european stocks were mixed tape the sp 500 notched each best weaken five years last week the us treasury plans to sell one hundred fifty one billion dollars of debt in three auctions tomorrow that will result in the heaviest day of tbill supply on record was according to bloomberg data going back to 1994 billionaire ray delios big short bet against italian banks will cost him dearly that's according to algebra investments chief executive officer divvied sarah services he sees tremendous value in the confidence lenders dahlia's bridgewater associates the world's largest hedge fund firm has amassed a twenty two billion dollar bet against europe's biggest companies including the italian bank intesabci paulo vanguard grow.
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"Acquisitions in the united states and it says that that will help driver rebound in its lending and investment banking business abroad a japan's thirdbiggest banker lender sues me says companies will be more willing to spend now that president trump's tax cuts of course are donedeal investors will keep a close eye on the bond market this week and us interest rates some analysts say that any rising raise any sign of that could spark another round of nervousness about stocks and is also this to look out for the us treasury plans to sell one hundred fifty one billion dollars of tbills in the united states tomorrow as the most on record according to bloomberg data going back to 1994 yeah that's going to be a big one meantime the bond market earnings will be in focus when the trading week finally gets underway a in the us of course after the president's day holiday a more from bloomberg's charlie pellett in this wall street preview wall street is coming off of the best week for stocks since 2013 traders are focused on the outlook for the credit markets and interest rates as economic growth accelerates and fans inflation isabelle matteo see largo is global macro investment strategist at black rock investment institute where criteria bullish about us growth right now we large parts as face to the fiscal stimulus the combination of tax cuts and higher spending way expect could both boost key west us gdp growth this here by as much as one percent of gdp so that's that's quite significant and lots of significant earnings reports this week including two key american retailers walmart art and home depot in new york charlie pellett bloomberg daybreak asia 34 minutes past the hour we update markets every 15 minutes here on bloomberg radio some very interesting trade data out of japan where we saw a rising imports strong enough that we actually had the first monthly trade deficit since may of 2017 let's get a check on how the markets are performing in tokyo now with limerick chef sutherland jeff good morning good morning yeah we were looking at that export data and echoed japanese backcourt well kroenke in january and that.
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"The us and says that will help drive a rebound and that's landing in investment banking business abroad trapans the biggest linda says companies will be more willing to spanned now the president trump's tax cuts or a done deal investors will continue to keep a close eye on the bond market and us interest rates some analysts say that any sign of rising rates could spark another round of nervousness about stocks and there's also this to watch for the us treasury lands to sell one hundred fifty one billion dollars worth of tbills in the us on tuesday as the most on record according to bloomberg data sense 1994 that's right so the bond market and earnings going to begin focus when the trading week does get underway in the us after the president's day holiday more from bloomberg's charlie pellett and this wall street preview wall street is coming off of the best week for stocks since 2013 traders are focused on the outlook for the credit markets and interest rates as economic growth accelerates and fans inflation isabelle matteo see largo is global macro investment strategist at black rock investment institute where quite bullish about us growth right now we even large parts as face to the fiscal stimulus data are the combination of tax cuts and higher spending way expect could booth boost us us gdp growth this year by as much as one percent of gdp so that's that's quite significant lots of significant earnings reports this week including two key american retailers walmart and home depot in new york charlie pellett bloomberg daybreak asia it is 33 minutes past the hour we update markets every 15 minutes here on the program i'm brian curtis along with paul allen and as look across the asian markets that are open this morning the nikkei has just moved three hundred points higher that's a gain of one point four percent we have some data out of japan this morning the trade recovery seems to be powering well into this year exports and imports registering strong growth increase in imports resulted in the first monthly trade deficit.
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"United states and it says that that will help drive a rebound in its lending and investment banking businesses abroad japan's thirdbiggest lender says that companies will be more willing to spend now that president trump's tax cuts are a done deal china is set to increase its global market share and lithium ion batteries to almost seventy percent and 2021 from fifty six percent in 2018 let's according to your bloomberg new energy finance korea japan and the us a forecast to make small against total global capacity is expected to triple investors are keeping a close eye on the bond market of course this week in us interest rates some analysts say that any sign of rising rates could spark another round of nervousness about the stock market and there's plenty to watch for the us treasury plans to sell one hundred fifty one billion dollars worth of bills in the us on tuesday as the most on record according to bloomberg data going back to 1994 let's ride so the bond market amd earnings are going to be an farkas when the trading week does get on to why in the us after the president's day holiday more from bloomberg's charlie pellett and this wall street preview wall street is coming off of the best week for stocks since 2013 traders are focused on the outlook for the credit markets and interest rates as economic growth accelerates and fans inflation isabelle matteo see largo is global macro investment strategist at black rock investment institute where quieter bullish about us growth right now we large parts uh thanks to the fiscal stimulus the combination of tax cuts and higher spending we expect could booth boost us us gdp growth is here by as much as one percent of gdp so that's that's quite significant and lots of.
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"By business which is what we should putting grow the economy i gdp gross domestic product it's the dollar value of goods and services produced in the economy and if there's a greater demand or produce more the second reason is more workers the idea that lower tax rate will provide tiny incentive for those that may have been outside of the workforce to want to to joining because they get centrally more income because they have lower tax rates the other reason is an imo talk about the business side of the tax cut in a few minutes but essentially businesses now have more encouragement to invest in projects that will increase productivity which will lead to greater output or the faster growth in the economy so how much is economy expected to grow well the tax policy center estimates that gdp will grow about zero point eight percent faster in twenty eighteen an and then that that roughly one hundred fifty one billion dollars and the us congress joint committee on taxation expects the economy to grow up zero point seven percent on average faster or higher in 2018 and not just gonna continue so if you look at the the tables his show sorta zero point eight zero point seven percent in these initial years drops down to about a two point five percent faster and so in that makes sense that that that makes economic sense lower taxes more money for households and businesses to spanned and invest.