Transcript for Sen. Elizabeth Warren talks relations with North Korea, China; protecting middle class
So we're back with senator. Elizabeth Warren and so and basically what is gone on went. Korea because sort GeMS I'm. Ill did. Watch called him dumb. Not young economical and yelled out yeah they may know they'd make only armament date just make things bombs and stop. What what should be happening and why isn't it happening. So. Did we know that he is an unstable man. Who has nuclear weapons atonement truck now the. Back to deal with an unstable man who has nuclear weapons what could possibly go wrong. But this is loved this is a country that is supported by China that is the only way that face that this dictatorship. States propped up. And so the way we're gonna get a solution here is that we got to deal with the Chinese Government and we've got to find a way. For the Chinese Government to deal with Korea so that we can. In that part of the world that really is our only chance in the area. And that's why it is. That this whole does these other lions and whims with China. Are really so disturbing. And so. The reason we talk about conflict of interests and I thought the point he cited a conflict that he was just right on mark. You never want to wonder. If the leader on your side. Is working for the country or just work and lowering. Sit ups and I can't we never ever never ever they want but there but this is a place and it and threw out. And that's what conflicts of interest matter so much that's what you need people can say when I've taken a presidency. When I've taken a high government job. It all goes into a blind trust I can't sit I don't know what I'm. And well what he's getting away with it because he just struts of the White House insist that's what I'm don't know. And it dictator and nobody called to put in place who should be going to eight time out. They're not going to do and this is why you want to have a difference in clues and whose governing because if it's all one group. You manage your bands out. I'm I've got to talk about your book because they're credited his fantastical thing at a news had thank you catch. This fight is our fight please tell us about an a particular story of Kai in the middle class that struck means significant it. So this is a book that tries to tell the story about what we did right how and when we started building a Greek middle class and working class. And then how starring in the 1980s. With trickle down economics and tax cuts for those at the top and deregulation would really started taking the legs out from underneath working families. But what it also is about at its heart is about opportunity. So I'm a kid mind. Parents we struggled a lot. I my daddy ended up as a maintenance man my mom worked a minimum wage job at fears. I wanted to go to college in there was no money for college when I finally made it through its I graduated from a commuter college. That cost fifteen dollars a semester. And it opened a door for me and from their final stop is a Harvard professor and a United States senator I don't. I talk about the story a talk about it in the book. I contrasted with Kai. Cope much like me her folks hadn't gone to college chic she had suffered she is a great plains she's gonna work in the computer field. She tries to pick out a good college. She does her feet tangled up inning for profit college. That rips her off she ends up a 100000. Dollars in student loan debt. And no diploma she is 27 years old she's waitress sink. Her future has been crushed an here's the part that really twists the night. The United States government is making a profit off her student loans. That I as an America that is not investing in opportunity and we got to make a. As I'm the hot and I was coming. Okay. Okay.
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