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tv   President Biden Meets With French President in Italy  CSPAN  October 29, 2021 4:11pm-4:23pm EDT

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pres. biden: [laughter] >> [indiscernible] pres. biden: no. >> [indiscernible] >> later in the day, the president met with emmanuel macron at the french embassy in rome. the head of the g20 summit -- ahead of the g20 summit. pres. macron: [speaking
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french] >> over the past few weeks, --that was much needed. what is european sovereignty in itself? what it brings to --[no audio] --strategic partnership between nato and the european union.
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we are numbers of nato. -- both members of nato. the importance of our discussion, we also want to underscore the importance of the cooperation of the inter-pacific region and our willingness cooperate. i would like to thank pres. biden in this respect for this decision. it is about coordination in the fight against terrorism and in particular, the presence of help with many of our european and international partners and pres. biden over the past two weeks made some fundamental decisions that benefited our armies and these are very much the embodiment of his support. we acknowledge from bilateral partnerships, the nuclear
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sector, the space industry, and of course the most advanced technology and we want to have some cooperation -- extended couple up -- cooperation on regulations as well. then we will continue to work together on the main international issues -- climate change, the digital sector, health, which will be on the agenda of the g20. it will also have discussions on control, which remains a key issue. this is at the heart of our work over the past two weeks but we will discuss today. these are very concrete decisions being taken to support initiatives and actions on all of these matters and to me, this is the beginning of a process of
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trust and confidence we are building together. thank you very much. for the work undertaken over the past two weeks and your presence here today. >> [speaking french] pres. biden: he has been with us from the beginning. he is the reason we came. my father always told me -- [indiscernible]
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you asking me? what happened was to use an english phrase --[indiscernible] discussions can happen but it hadn't. [indiscernible] i was under the impression that france was born long before
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covid-19. i honestly thought --[indiscernible] i hadn't said that. look, there is too much. we have been celebrating together for many years and one of those inflection points, [indiscernible] it happens every 60 or -- 50 or 75 years. thank you. >> [indiscernible]
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following what really matters now is what we will do together in the coming weeks and months and years. >> thank you guys. thank you. let's go. thank you. >> tonight, a house hearing with experts on global climate change and environmental policy held ahead of the upcoming u.n. climate change conference in scotland which pres. biden will attend. creating low-cost housing in the united states. >> what happened was once your home is torn down, you are directed to the projects, you can only rent in the projects. the government owns them. you can never own anything and public housing.
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to this day, this remains a problem. 37% of public housing residents to this day are african-american. those are all people who were not owning anything, not accumulating wealth. we should not be surprised that having steered african-americans into public housing that there is a gap between black and white wealth. >> the author of "th epoor side at town" sunday night at 8 p.m. on q&a. you can listen to new podcasts on our c-span now app. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2021] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> monday, the u.s. supreme court will hear arguments into cases concerning the texas abortion law. sb8 bans abortions after the sixth week of pregnancy. the justices here women's health versus jackson which challenges the law that gives the public power to enforce the civil suits without federal court review.
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at 11 a.m., u.s. versus texas looks at whether the justice department can sue the block the law. what's the argument live coverage on c-span 2, live or on demand at c-span.org. listen on c-span radio or on the new c-span now mobile app. ♪ >> c-span is your unfiltered view of government. we are funded by these television companies and more,, including charter communications. >> broadband is a force for impairment. that is why charter has invested billions in infrastructure, technology, opportunity, and communities big and small. charter is connecting us. >> charter communications supports c-span as a public service with these other television providers, giving you upfront thursday to democracy -- upfront receipt democracy

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