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STOKOLS: He made a promise. He can say I made a promise to Evangelical voters,
STOKOLS: Well, I mean, China is a matter of we need Chinese help on North Korea and
4. and thank you for your attention yes hi is this working yeah hi my question is for
STOKOLS: Well, I mean, I just - I don't have a ton to add to that, but I just think
6. Yamiche Alcindor of The New York Times,
Stokols of The Wall Street Journal, and
STOKOLS: Well, the post-World War II geopolitical order means very little to this
STOKOLS: Well, I just think that, you know, there's sloppiness in some places, but
9. the work for instance that
is talking about with being able to use computer algorithms
STOKOLS: That has an impact, yeah, yeah.
11. minim I think some of the examples that
presented I mean who knows if they'll work
12. ROBERT COSTA:
, the president spoke about Russia and China as rival powers, but he
13. to us the idea that
mentioned the idea of having sixty speed dates while sitting
STOKOLS: No, he doesn't get pushback on much from his own party these days.
15. ROBERT COSTA:
, why was the White House so eager to disrupt world politics, a
16. develop some of the major themes of childhood or the examples that
was talking about
17. ROBERT COSTA: - for secretary of state. I'm sure Senator Graham's watching.
, real quick.
STOKOLS: - thanking each other for various - I mean, you know, it's not just the
STOKOLS: Right. And I think the report in your newspaper pointed out -
20. ROBERT COSTA: Before we turn to domestic politics, real quick from Andrea and
21. ROBERT COSTA: And,
, Dan talked about how this is America at times almost alone in
22. bit but you know that's not very impressive beyond that so what
is describing is really