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So a lot of people asking tonight when will -- US hit the wall of its kowtowing to China.
China finally agreed to allow Chinese activists Jenn Wong Chung to study a -- abroad here in the US.
Ending a week of back and forth negotiations between the US and China he probably followed doll that and you know that China is the biggest holder of our debt.
To former deputy defence secretary and K and Fox News contributor were so pleased -- -- KT McFarland here.
So let's take a look at just how much we showed them because -- it's at one point 12 trillion dollars.
Are we just bending over -- doing whatever we think that they want us to do.
Hillary Clinton herself that is hard to pick up slightly your banker you know what if -- -- every dollar is our brightest partisans -- congress spends our.
After that's probably Europe from the Chinese if we're gonna have very difficult position to start -- them around.
But what I think this case it's like nobody see this coming may look -- thinking -- kids straight.
We have a -- different view of human rights we think everybody in the world should have of the Chinese bank.
Every country does whatever it wants with its own people and get out of our way when I met with the Chinese.
Foreign minister last fall we talked about this and he said from our perspective we have taken 500.
Out of poverty and given jobs and given them homes and you're worried about one guy who's working against -- -- and what was he complaining about he was complaining about and forced abortions now.
Which I think to -- is like.
Just yeah unimaginable -- I its its downside right.
Exam -- it's murder for what is that to -- -- program as a political issue and it's an economic I would believe that that are White House reacting mostly up politically to this probably politically and totally in each case.
So really did look -- the -- it shouldn't.
Couldn't -- -- they should've seen it coming.
If they want to protect the guy personally.
Or for -- -- upfront that student Visa get him out of the country because now what we look like.
The intermediate -- where we're gonna let him go back into the country's gonna go back -- the Chinese society we either look like cynics knowing full well what he's going to be.
Physically punish his family -- or we look like many yeah it's thinking nothing that's gonna happen to -- I'm -- account unbelievable.
So how does this impact our relationship with China does it look like we just do whatever they want us to do I mean.
-- -- -- Yeah just -- and economics at right secretary of.
Secretary of treasury talking about economic issues we're talking about this.
So I think it beg -- radio what should've been more important conversation between the United States and but -- got to sort this out mean if we're gonna be beholden to them and come begging the -- You know if if you're negotiating without any leverage you are not negotiating your begging.
What are we doing we're making them believe -- more money for the Obama that's -- really -- to get this data -- -- under control OK but I say that many times in the show and every single night I want to ask about the lot letters.
What you -- that we thought the most important message from them what lies why don't like Fox News.
-- and laden.
And they've been live letters that they talked about their fascination with American media and they knew that they it's a public relations battle.
And which networks treated them better than others like capital like MSNBC -- it's very interesting.
But what it does show you is a couple of things one al-Qaeda have been -- Paper fighting amongst themselves.
They knew that they were not able at this point to try to do a big -- like they wanted to do they wanted to do a chemical.
Biological or nuclear weapons of mass destruction and -- and they've been unable to do it but I think it also shows is that.
Al-Qaeda has more it's morphed into something else it's not just.
One guy one old man and dirty clothes sitting in a room in Pakistan watching video loops of himself.
It is now spread throughout.
Throughout the -- throughout the world currently.
-- the cyberspace the president you know spiking the ball talking about this does that bother you worry I mean.
That was a major accomplishment of this and industry and democratic but I worked for Reagan.
We did spike the ball after Grenada.
-- -- -- Dwight Eisenhower spiked above all after the Normandy invasion did Abraham Lincoln spike the ball after winning.
The civil war no ordinary either keep -- -- credit grade but I find it really offensive that he's using American military.
As his campaign props in campaign commercials -- said.
You know we have a deal in the United States we have civilian control of the military -- the most powerful military in the history of the world and they take their orders from the commander in chief.
But we -- something that military return which is to not use some politically not is in this campaign perhaps and here's President Obama.
Who's so great and he loves the sales and loves the military just what he's cutting their benefits is cutting their -- So it's a bit of hypocrisy.
I agree with you want to -- KT McFarland thanks for coming -- today.
A great weekend in context thank you are right with the avengers -- -- -- massive opening this weekend we'll tell you about -- comp.
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