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"secretary state antony blinken" Discussed on WTOP
"No commitment yet to actually be arraigned in person. Nivipristone approval upheld. These deadly drugs should not be on the market. This is the CBS World News Roundup Late Edition. I'm Jennifer Kuiper in Chicago. On Maui, the death toll is at least 107 and cadaver dogs have arrived to help with search efforts. CBS's Jordan Segundo is on Maui. Residents in fire Ravage and Lahaina are taking stock of their losses just a week after wildfires rip through. Not just me lost everything. Everybody. Everything is gone. Many of them returning home for first the time Wednesday after officials reopened the main part into town. Thank God I have my husband and I still survive. FEMA teams continue to scour what's now hallowed ground to bring families closure. Jordan Segundo, CBS News, Maui, Hawaii. President Biden and the First Lady are set to visit Maui on Monday. Actiations are underway for former President Trump's upcoming surrender in Georgia. Trump and 18 others face multiple charges in an alleged effort to overturn the state's 2020 presidential election results. CBS's Robert Costa. former president has made no commitment yet to actually be arraigned in person in Georgia, though our sources expect him to do that because it's going to be required as part of this Georgia grand jury investigation for him to show up with along the others who have been indicted under this RICO investigation led by District Attorney Fannie Willis. Fulton County DA Fannie Willis has proposed a March 2024 trial date. CBS News has learned of that Secretary State Antony Blinken spoke by phone with American detainee Paul Whelan today, who has been held in Russia for more than four years. Whelan's brother says the secretary had a long, frank conversation with Paul, but no details. Abortion drug Mifepristone will remain available in the U .S. Circuit Court upheld the Food and Drug Administration's 23 year old approval of the abortion drug Mifepristone, but it added restrictions to its use. It cannot be sent through the mail would and need women to take it within 49 days of their pregnancy, not 70. The lawsuit originally brought by anti -abortion groups in Texas. John Sego is with Texas Right to Life. These deadly drugs should not be on the market. in first the place. And so they're going to take that argument all the way up to the Supreme Court. The U .S. Department of Justice elected to appeal the tighter restrictions on the use of the abortion drug. Chris Fox for CBS News, loves Austin. President Biden celebrates the one year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act. Long said, when I think climate, not a joke, I think jobs. I think jobs. Dow closed On down 181 Wall Street, the points now that staple stores provide innovative products and services for small business remote workers and learners, even teachers and parents. Explore 703 on Wednesday, August 16th, 1983
"secretary state antony blinken" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"So, they'll go for another day at above 110, Texas too, has been and by broiling tomorrow we'll be talking for about six high weeks -temperature or records. so, and then Miami, 36 consecutive days of a heat index 100 of plus. That is a stretch they've not done before. 90 million Americans in 14 states are under excessive heat advisories or warnings. Russia is blaming the US and UK in helping Ukraine attack a bridge in Crimea. Two people were killed. The assault comes as Russia announced its backing out of a deal that allowed Ukraine to export grains to Africa, the Middle East and Asia, raising new concerns about global food insecurity. In Washington, of Secretary State Antony Blinken said he hopes the world is watching Russia's actions. They will see that Russia is responsible for denying food to people who are desperately needed around the world and to contribute to rising prices at a time when many countries continue to experience very difficult inflation. The FDA has approved a vaccine -like shot that may protect infants against RSV, a respiratory virus. Bayforda's made by AstraZeneca has already approved in Canada, Europe and the UK. Once the CDC signs off, the shot could be available this fall. You're listening to ABC News. Newsradio 1000 FM 9077. Stay connected, stay informed. Good afternoon, Northwest News Time 202. I'm Rick Fancise in Seattle, and here's happening what's around the Northwest. An inquest jury will determine if the use of force was justified when a King County sheriff's deputy shot and killed a young man in the parking garage of a Kent Station. Of Kent Station. It happened five ago. years We have more from Northwest News Radio's Jeff Bojla. The inquest began today
"secretary state antony blinken" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Sky -high limited pre -sales will begin July 5th for cardholders of a local bank before the general public gets their chance to buy tickets two days later recently British rock band Coldplay tour had to dates add in Singapore after a record number of tickets sold out in a matter of days over 200 ,000 to be exact now take a look at global sports another top Premier League player deciding to head to Hilal Saudi Arabia signing Al Chelsea defender Kalidou Koulibaly the deals are about 17 million pounds to Chelsea personal terms though have yet to be announced at the Travelers Championship at TBC River Islands in Cromwell Connecticut Keegan Bradley wins by three strokes over Brian Harmon Bradley shooting 23 under for the tournament Harmon at 20 under Ty with Zach Blair coming up behind them Patrick Canley, Chez Revie and Scotty Scheffler all at 19 under baseball scoreboard local teams in action heading to the bottom of the ninth inning the Giants at trailing home Arizona five to two bottom seven Washington eight San Diego two earlier it was a Philly slipping past the Mets seven to six Baltimore a three to two home in over Seattle Yankees knocking off the five Texas Rangers to three in the Oakland Bronx gets destroyed in Toronto twelve to one in that one meanwhile Boston loses at the White Sox four to one. I'm Dan Schwartzman, that's your Bloomberg News and World Sports Update, Brian. All right, thanks very much, Dan. The time here is about 17 minutes before the top of the hour. Joining us is Arielle Cohen, Fellow Senior at Atlantic Council to discuss these latest developments in Russia. So Professor, a lot of questions here. Let me be blunt in the first one. To what extent, if any, does this weaken Vladimir Putin? Absolutely, it weakens Putin, it weakens the secret police state that he was careful of building for 23 years and the regime, as a friend of mine in the U .S. government today told me, is stable but brittle. In other words, it can just collapse one day as the Soviet Union collapsed, although it the took Soviet Union much longer to collapse. We saw a challenge that was supported by the force of arms. We did not see anything like for that 30 years when Boris Yeltsin sent tanks to shoot up the rebel supreme Soviet, the rebel parliament that also was shooting at Putin. That is yet to come. the mercenaries and the Russian troops kind of fell by the side and allowed them get to pretty close to Moscow. So what was going on there because I know that the prosecution of the war Ukraine in went on sort of as usual. So this creates a very interesting scenario. Indeed. And what we know is that the Putin chef, who became much more than a chef, he became Frankenstein's monster created that for Putin himself. Remember, Prigozhin was the owner of the Wagner private military company of the St. Petersburg troll farm of gold and uranium mines in Africa, where the Wagner group is very active. So Prigozhin said he had 25 ,000 soldiers. He probably had less and spread they were on one freeway all the way from Rostov in the south to the outskirts of Moscow. 850 kilometers, about 570 kilometers as the crow flies. What does it mean? It means that the van that Prigozhin had available to store Moscow was quite limited. And he understood that Putin will throw everything in the kitchen sink at him near Moscow if he tries to storm. The other thing that was interesting to me is a of lot senior Russian leaders did not come out and denounce Prigozhin, but at the same time did not stand with Prigozhin against Putin. Putin managed this crisis quite well, but the next challenger will appear, mark my words, and then it can get really, really ugly for Vladimir Putin. So, in other words, he was a kind of a stalking horse, to put it that way. But, Ariel, it does leave Vladimir Putin exposed. It leaves him perhaps vulnerable as well. There's only one clear winner and that must surely be in the context of the liberal politic of Vladimir Zelensky. Look, Ukraine is trying now to punch through the Russian fields and very echelon defenses in the south. The Russians flooded the lower end of the Dnieper River to make it more difficult for Ukrainians to breach the Dnieper. So, the Ukrainian offensive so far is, I wouldn't say sputtering, but it's going very, very hard. We will see if the Ukrainians manage to bring a massive force to punch through the Russian lines and possibly cut through that Russian corridor towards Crimea. The Ukrainians are already starting fingers pointing at us, at the west, by saying there's not enough Western ammo, military supplies and support. We will see. This is a very, very touchy and difficult situation for Ukrainians. It puts China in an interesting position. We've been looking through some of the state press and some of the papers like the Global Times to get their take. And they seem to be pushing a lot. I mean, I think you have to say that officially China responded in a quite appropriate and sort of stable way, saying that this is Russia's internal affair and that Russia has the right to maintain national stability. But the papers get a little bit more aggressive in talking about how this actually strengthens Vladimir Putin. So let's back up to how China could and should respond. Your thoughts. If you remember, just before the war, Putin and Xi met in Beijing for the Olympics and said they're going to change the world. They're going to take on the world. And so far, Chairman Xi was very cautious. He gave a lot of verbal support for Putin. He floated a very half -baked Chinese peace plan. However, he did not visit Zelensky, he did not visit Ukraine, and he is not supplying Putin with ammo despite Russian pleas. So China is being very cautious. And as I put it, China wins no matter what. If Russia gets weaker, it's falling into China's gravitational pull, kind of like a planet falls into a massive black hole. But if Russia wins, it creates a huge problem for the United States and Europe. It distracts the U .S. from possible engagement in East Asia in the case balloon goes up over Taiwan issue. Right, so the thing is, you're suggesting also that, mark your words, I think you said that somebody else is going to follow in terms of a challenging Vladimir Putin. And I think what you said earlier about some of the senior people, very quickly here, not coming in to support him, perhaps so speaks volumes. They did not support Gaussian, but they also did not come out and support, they did not express their opposition to precautions. So they were hedging their bets. They did not understand what was going on. Putin ran out of Moscow. So it was, it was looking bad for Putin for a while. We've got to go. Ariel, thank you so much. Ariel Cohen, senior fellow at Atlantic Council, another interesting piece on the terminal by Hal Brand's Russia's serious threat to China. This is Bloomberg. Access a vast selection of global fixed income securities at Interactive Brokers Bond Marketplace. Search their deep availability of over 1 million bonds globally. 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"secretary state antony blinken" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And more. The organization was founded as the Merging Markets Private Equity Association by the IFC of the World Bank over 20 years ago. So it was founded by the first LPs in funds in emerging markets and grew to some prominence at the period of time that there was this idea that emerging markets was going to be an asset class in and of itself, that was going to be younger demographics, faster growth, that would be a rising tide that would lift all boats and grew to some significant size. I joined in 2019 as CEO and to really reposition the organization for the future to reflect what's going on in the world today. The terminology emerging markets is 40 years out of date. It's 40 years old. It's just completely outdated. China is the world's second largest economy. So many of the opportunities and so much capital flows from these places in the world. So we are now the Global Private Capital Association. The regions that we cover are Asia, Latin America, Africa, Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East. But our board includes, for example, Bill Ford of General Atlantic, one of the world's largest private equity firms, as you mentioned KKR, others are members. We have, for example, Temasek, the Singapore sovereign fund, their chief investment officer. That's fascinating. So essentially it was, the organization was started to kind of shepherd growth through private equity in these markets. Exactly. And the reposition... So non -profit, is that wrong? We are So we are the same structure as a national venture capital association in the US or a private equity council which indeed are lobby groups. The beauty, and this is why we use the word independent, is that because we cover all of these markets, we're not there to lobby on behalf of lower tax rates for or differential regulatory treatment for our members. We're really there to evangelize capital and educate on the opportunities across global markets. And the last thing I'll say is we are not a US lobby group. We are truly a global organization. Again our board includes the leading fund managers from India, Africa, Latin America, both global firms and local firms. So where does your funding come from? Membership dues. So over 300 member firms pay dues to be members of the organization. We have a very dynamic research platform. I can throw some data off the top of my head in terms of fundraising and trends and things like private equity. But what I'm getting is that the World Bank said we We need need to shepherd growth through this mechanism, private equity, and a good way to do that is put together an organization to support to support it. So the IFC is the International Finance Corporation and they were limited partners in funds. So they actually put money into funds. And there's a whole universe of development finance institutions, including the U .S. DFC, which is what the U .S. uses to compete with China, frankly, around the world putting money into funds. So it really it's more commercial than sort of what we're describing. But we are a nonprofit organization, U .S. DFC, the Development Finance Corporation. OK, so so if you had to say your top priority in your organization, number one, just one, what is it? Wow, that's tough. There's kind of twins, so I may cheat. OK. One is to just re -educate the world on opportunities the and the realities and the risks of investing in these markets. And the second would be to influence capital towards greater long -term, inclusive growth and environmental sustainability. Private capital. Yes, private capital. I am obsessed. Matt, we're both obsessed. And I feel like I keep saying this last couple of times. I've been at Milken. We've done broadcasts. Doesn't seem like anybody cares about the public markets. It's all about private the markets, private credit, private equity. But those people, you're hanging around with the wrong people if you want to talk public markets. Well, yes, yes. But I mean, tell us about from your perspective, because I think there's some business in terms of the private capital world, especially as we see rates going up, that there doesn't feel like there's as much transparency and that that could be problematic. Interesting. Well, okay, great. Um, I mean, absolutely. The scale of capital is remarkable. And this is sort of private capital, private capital, exactly. For example, last year alone, 1 .3 trillion, right? You know, it's 1 .2 1 .3. But critically, that's just what's raised by fund managers. You've got to throw in there all the Canadian pension plans. By the way, CPB is also on our board of directors as is Future Fund from Australia. It's trillions and trillions of dollars of liquidity. It's just so that the scale of money that is available, you've got all the Chinese billionaires, you've got family offices, you know, there's so much everybody wants in right now, because the thing is, there's also so much talk of the opportunity in private credit. It's become kind of the darling of really investors from retail up now. Right. Well, I was speaking across all private capital strategies in private equity, venture capital, infrastructure, real assets. So there's a lot in there. What's really hot right now? Well, you're mentioning private credit, which absolutely is a huge driver. So if I had to say a strategy that's going really quickly, I'd say private credit, and there was $14 billion in private credit fundraising last year. KKR had a big Asia private credit fund. Apollo had a big private credit fund. Big manager in India is raising $1 .6 billion for their private credit fund just focused on India. I would highlight two other big drivers, particularly in our markets. Climate and anything sustainability is a huge driver. Seriously, absolutely different from the ESG phenomenon. Absolutely, absolutely huge is a huge driver, and I would make this critical distinction. ESG is kind of like working with terminology like markets. emerging It can mean anything, right? What is ESG? What is impact? I mean, the definitions really are there. a There's lot of regulation. Which is why it's kind of going through a wreck anyway. You make them up yourself, basically. But particularly, it's funny when you say transparency. I believe that there's actually a opportunity greater for transparency and private capital strategies, because you can see what's in portfolios. You can go to the portfolio company level. Not every portfolio. Well, I guess I would say in the markets that we represent, Okay. Going in. But if you're a pension fund, you can look at it, right? Yeah, I mean, I'm speaking specifically to markets the that we're in. Okay. And in the markets that we're in governance and transparency and, going in and cleaning up that type of stuff from the outset. And there's so much leverage. So I don't know when you're thinking from a risk perspective, you're thinking about the amount of leverage that's been put on. Like if KKR Apollo has a fund, don't I necessarily know everything that's in it. You know, here's another driver I would point out. Yeah. Carol Carol I and both have been grappling with trying to value the entire size of the private credit market, for example, and that data is difficult for us. Private credit is going to be a much less transparent than private equity. Correct. Yes. Because in private equity, you're talking about typically investments, but private credit is absolutely less transparent. But private equity, if you're getting into private firms, I guess there's announcements, there has to be. Yeah, the deal portfolio is on the website. I Right. would And make another point, which is one of the things that I find really exciting about what I do in the opportunity, the way the industry is changing just in the space of the last five years, the level of accountability and the shift in thinking in private capital globally is remarkable. You look at the examples of founders being pushed out because of even a hint of impropriety. There is so much more focus on long -term reputation because let's face it, you know, one reputationally bad step is, you know, has a major impact. Look at Crispin O 'Day. Exactly. That was Kate Ambrose, CEO of the Global Private Capital Association with me and Matt Miller. Still ahead on Bloomberg Business Week, the latest chapter in the battle for retail supremacy between Amazon and Walmart. It just shows like in some key areas where they're trying to get first mover advantage. They've Gone head to head and more often than not, it seems Amazon has won. 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"secretary state antony blinken" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"secretary state antony blinken" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"31 flags flying together as a symbol of our unity and our solidarity. NATO secretary general Jan Stoltenberg. This is a top priority for the alliance. This is important for me personally. And all ours agree that we should try to finalize the accession of Sweden as soon as possible. And Finland's president saw in the news though says Finland brings out an opposition to Russia. Russians see no way tried to create a sphere around them. And well, we are not a sphere. And NATO nations say Sweden will be not will not be far behind. Meanwhile, U.S. secretary state Antony Blinken is in Brussels saying a new package of sanctions against Russia after more than a year of Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine, the stakes for our partnership could not be higher. For the transatlantic relationship, for Ukraine itself, indeed, for people around the world who are bearing many of the consequences of this. And The White House has announced a new aid package for Ukraine and other $2.6 billion an additional military aid. Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty to 34 felony criminal accounts of business fraud in Manhattan. District attorney Alvin Bragg says a case revolves around hush money payments to stormy Daniels right before the election. The $130,000 wire payment exceeded the federal campaign contribution cap and the false statements in his books violated New York law. That is why. Mister Trump B false statements about his payments to mister Cohen. And Brian says Trump case is being treated just like hundreds of other white collar crimes the DA has prosecuted in Manhattan, Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago just about an hour ago didn't stop talking about the case. Beginning with the radical left
House GOP to subpoena Blinken over Afghanistan dissent cable
"House Republicans plan to subpoena Secretary of State Antony Blinken over an Afghan descent cable. I Norman hall, GOP House members plan to deliver subpoena to secretary state Antony Blinken for classified cables related to the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, the so called descent cable was written by diplomats at the U.S. embassy in Kabul shortly before the August 2021 withdrawal, foreign affairs committee chairman Mike McCall of Texas as blinken told him on Monday he would not be handing over the document or his response to it, according to a letter seen by the AP the State Department had said it would release the substance of the cable, Norman hall, Washington
"secretary state antony blinken" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The show is going to be at the B. J. C. C. Legacy Arena December. 15th and we've got some more tickets to win for T s o tomorrow. In fact, the rest of the week as well. So congratulations, David. And thank you for listening. Joining us now. Ted Harvey. He was a former Colorado state senator. Republican there and also, uh, Chairman of the Committee to defeat President Biden. And welcome in Ted, Thanks so much for being with me. Good morning. Thank you for having me, boy. I tell you, we got ourselves a bit of a mess these days, don't we? Where do we start with this foggy Joe Biden? Why don't we start with what's happening right now? With Secretary State Antony Blinken. I'm the hot seat over the withdrawal from Afghanistan appalling to me that he calls it one of the most successful airlifts in the history. And just says This was just a great effort by the United States and we carried it off so well. And the refugees that are being brought to this country are being fully vetted. No worries here. Nothing to look just move along. Your thoughts on what's happening with the secretary of state and this whole mess with Afghanistan. They're literally looking in the eyes of the American people can lying directly in their face and to Congress. Um, they we all everybody in the world realizes that this was the greatest military disaster in American history. Yet the leadership of this administration from the Secretary of defense to the secretary of state to the Joint Chiefs of Staff to the president, the United States is trying to gaslight every one of us. Us What happened actually didn't happen. Um, the president two weeks before the fall of Kamal said that there is no way that Afghanistan will turn into what happened in Saigon when we were lifting Um, but embassy employees off of the roof of the embassy by helicopter yet that's exactly what happened. And this administration said that the ball would not fall for probably two or three weeks yet. It took two days and we have I don't I will never believe this administration when they say there's only 100 citizens there that can't get out. There's thousands of us citizens there that can't get out and this administration abandoned them literally pulled the military out of country before we got our foreign service officers out of the embassy and out of the country and okay, that was my next question. You know, you're not going to see any reports on the television of the Mass liberal media is not going to talk about who is still left there and you All right. I don't believe it either. To me. It sounds like they just walking away. Spinning it into well, those people that want to, you know, stay there, staying there, and some reduced dual citizenships. Nothing to worry about here. We got everybody out. I don't buy that either. Do do we have any idea how many are still there? And are we doing anything as the United States to still help get those people out? The fact that we have retired, Uh um Special forces officers going in there on their own, Whether it is Army or the seals or whoever and going there and getting people out and the State Department is trying to stop them from doing that. That speaks volumes of the where this administration is, They don't want The truth to come out about what context failures they were and in planning this whole process of pulling out of the country. I think the majority of Americans wanted us to get out of Afghanistan. We should have 10 years ago, but the way this administration did it not only brought shame to Our military and our foreign service officers on the crowd, but it brought shame to our entire country that's going to have lasting reverberating impact for decades to come. Um and you'll you'll have to question why anybody would work side by side with us. In any foreign engagement if they think we're just going to abandon them and leave them, and that's not just for the Afghanis. That's for all of our allies that went in there and helped us that are still there on the ground today, right, Get out. Ted, Let's switch gears. You want to talk about foggy Joe Biden seems more and more now it's happening more frequently when he gets out there and goes ad libbing off the prompter. He just is scattered in his thoughts and can't stay on track and is all over the place and that you saw it The other day, the White House abruptly cut the feed to Biden's briefing on the wildfires with the federal and state officials there. If the White House is White House is pulling the plug. On the president's microphone when he's out and about I mean, this is a clear sign. This guy really doesn't need to be leading the United States of America. Well, there's a reason why you didn't see him at any of the major 9 11 ceremony, um, that they went to New York. But, yeah, he didn't speak. They couldn't trust him to go to a microphone and speak on probably one of the most solemn memorials of of our country, and they had to send out George Bush to go around, essentially speak on behalf of the left. Um, it's a attack. Trump supporters, essentially because the this president can't get up there and speak on one of the most solemn days in our nation's history. Um, it is embarrassing and it is dangerous, and that's one of the main reasons why we are failing everywhere, not just Afghanistan that's failing on our Southern borders. It's failing on our economy. It's failing on uniting our country and moving forward. Um, this president doesn't have the ability to do that. And you know, it really makes you wonder who is in charge of the Democratic Party and running the show here. Clearly, Joe Biden is a prop and expendable, Say with Kamala Harris. Clearly not qualified for the position. She's in, let alone taking over for Biden. If, in fact he does leave when you see the White House press secretary Jen Psaki, admitting during an interview that Biden is often advised by her staff, not to take questions. To me. Could you imagine President Trump being told by his staff not to take questions or discuss anything with reporters or any professionals out there that want to have conversations?.
"secretary state antony blinken" Discussed on WTOP
"New tonight. The White House just releasing a video message from President Biden on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the horrific September 11th terror attacks, 9 11 generation stepping up to serve and protect in your face of terror. To get those tears too responsible to show everyone seeking to do harm to America that we will hunt you down and we will make you pay. That will never stop today. Tomorrow ever from protecting America. For more, go to w t o p dot com Search September 11th Some other news Tonight D. C. Police are releasing the body worn camera video of a man's shooting by officers last week. Police say they've been investigating a report of someone pointing a long gun at the street on someone, Can you open the door? We just need to talk to you about that officer's body worn camera footage from August 31st shows George Watson, speaking with officers twice slamming the door. And going back into his apartment. Only to re emerge a third time with what looks like a long gun. Seconds later, Sergeant Jonathan Nelson shot Watson five times at the door of his apartment on 14th and the streets, according to a letter from Deputy Mayor for Public Safety. Chris killed Art Watson died at the hospital. Another officer was shot in the hand, apparently by a colleague. Sources say in evidence photo of the gun recovered at the scene is a non lethal air soft rifle, DC police confirm internal affairs has launched an investigation into the incident. Megan Cloherty w T. O P News Secretary Secretary State Antony Blinken is finally met with the U. S diplomats who were victims of mysterious microwave attacks. First reported in Cuba in 2016 w. T o p National security correspondent JJ Green reports. The meeting comes After months of growing frustration. Among those diplomats they had been asking and asking and asking, and nothing was happening. They were getting this line from the State Department. One person called it them trying to control the narrative about this. But in the meantime, The CIA has had a number of its own victims of significant number, and CIA director William Burns has met with each and every one of them individually already. And has done a lot of things to try to help them. They were concerned because none of that's happened for them victims of what's called Havana Syndrome report hearing a sudden noise and intense headaches. Some experience symptoms like dizziness. Months later, still ahead on w T o p The September 11th Commission, the 9 11 Commission set the gold standard for bipartisan investigations. Can anything like that ever be done for January? 6th the capital Insurrection stay with Jared redefines what.
He said, Xi said: America-China ructions
"Japan's prime minister suge yoshi. He visits the white house this week. One subject will dominate discussions china. Tensions between america and china have been building last week. America accused chinese officials of committing genocide and crimes against humanity in the province of seen john. The mistreatment of its muslim leaguer minority had already been the basis for internationally coordinated sanctions on chinese officials to which china's swiftly responded with its own sanctions on american officials at all a hostile meeting of the two sides last month. The first under the biden some had hoped the relationship would become less heated and confrontational than had become during donald. Trump's presidency instead. It seems only to be deteriorating. I'd say that the us china have gotten off to a pretty rough start under the administration. Gotti epstein are china affairs editor in their public remarks. Everyone from joe biden himself on down. I've tried to make clear that there's not going to be a new page turned in. Us china relations. They have an overall goal to become the leading country in the world the wealthiest country in the world the most powerful country in the world. It's not going to happen on my watch. We saw that play out last month. In alaska in the first high level face to face talks between the us and china secretary state. Antony blinken opened the meeting with china's top diplomat young by referring to concerns over a number of china's domestic and foreign actions including in xinjiang hong kong taiwan cyber attacks on the united states economic coercion toward our allies industry. Young gave a forceful response by the taylor. One million of winning mcquaid susil cheapen wage all basically told the us who are they to lecture china.