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Similarly, Obama’s concerns about Chinese nationalism have to do with maritime disputes in the Asia-Pacific.China claims almost the entirety of the South China Sea and is engaged in territorial disputes with Vietnam, the Philippines, Brunei, and Taiwan in that region.Congressman Pete Hoekstra (R-MI) is mad as hell and he's speaking out.In an exclusive with News With Views.com, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, spoke out regarding President Barack Obama's decision to supervise interrogations of terrorists from the White House."At the same time the situation in Afghanistan is getting decidedly worse and the Taliban is advancing, the Obama Justice Department is launching [a plan] that risks disrupting CIA counterterrorism initiatives.This is the last thing that should happen when the president is sending more troops into harm’s way, and the nation’s top military officer, Admiral Mike Mullen, said over the weekend that Al Qaeda still remains a threat to America and our interests abroad," the veteran lawmaker said."President Obama has said repeatedly that he wants to move forward, but his Justice Department seems intractably stuck in reverse.The president called his plan for a new agency to replace six current federal agencies a "big idea," and said he needed the "authority that every business owner has to make sure that his or her company keeps pace with the times," Jake Tapper reports at ABC. With the authority I am requesting today, we could consolidate them all into one department with one website, one phone number and one mission – helping American businesses succeed.” The administration says the new agency will be smaller by some 2,000 employees than the six it will replace (the plan is to shed those jobs through attrition), and will save billion over 10 years, Tapper reported.

It means he'd have the authority to propose pretty sweeping reforms on government agencies, on which Congress would have to vote up or down within 90 days.

He taps into a nationalism that worries his neighbors,” Obama said.

Between the reference to Deng Xiaoping and concerns that China may clamp down on dissent, Obama’s language hearkens to the Tiananmen Square massacre of June, 1989 — something many analysts feared when Hong Kong’s current protests began.

“If Congress passes the president’s proposal to provide consolidation authority, we would cut billions of dollars in federal spending by integrating, streamlining and better managing agencies and programs across the government,” he said. Susan Collins (R-Maine), ranking member of the committee, cautioned against voting on the consolidation authority in absence of the actual proposal and said it would be “a mistake” to do so.

“While I understand that Congress is sometimes an obstacle to speedy reform, it is important that, in considering ways to expedite the process, we do not undermine Congress’ ability to carefully consider and amend legislation,” she said.

Additionally, China and Japan are engaged in a territorial dispute over the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea.

Obama punctuated his remarks by stating his confidence in the continued success of U. “On the other hand, I think they have a very strong interest in maintaining good relations with the United States.

Update: Trump is indeed going ahead with a push to get rid of the filibuster, tweeting Tuesday morning that the GOP should consider it if it can't get 60 votes to overcome the filibuster.

He apparently even threatened to allow a government shutdown to prove his point.

In an unusually candid set of remarks delivered on Wednesday, U. President Barack Obama expressed concern that Chinese President Xi Jinping’s fast and comprehensive consolidation of power could lead to human rights violations and increased nationalism in China. C., Obama said that Xi has “has consolidated power faster and more comprehensively than probably anybody since Deng Xiaoping.” While it has become almost cliche at this point to compare Xi’s consolidation of power to that of Deng Xiaoping, Obama had refrained from making the comparison before.

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