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[国际瞭望] 2016-04-28&05-04 奥巴马劝说英国留在欧盟 警告退欧将面临贸易风险

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[国际瞭望] 2016-04-28&05-04 奥巴马劝说英国留在欧盟 警告退欧将面临贸易风险

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Obama 'Parroting' PM's Line - Farage


The Brexiteer accuses the US President of doing the Remain campaign's bidding after he says a trade deal could be 10 years off.

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新闻背景:

美国总统奥巴马对美国最亲密盟友英国的政治问题进行了态度鲜明的干预,劝告英国人留在欧盟,并警告英国若退出,与美国达成贸易协议一时将会“排到队伍最后”。

英国即将就是否留在欧盟举行全民公投,奥巴马此时的表态得到英国首相卡梅伦以及其他挺欧派的欢迎,但脱欧阵营则批评他干预英国的实物。

奥巴马在与卡梅伦共同出席的记者会上表示,英国在世界舞台上的影响力可以通过欧盟成员国的身份得到“放大”。

奥巴马称,“如果我们最好的朋友之一处在一个能够扩大其影响力、增强其实力并且促进其经济的组织当中,我希望他们能留在这个组织里,或者至少我希望能告诉他们:‘我认为这样可以让你们变得更加强大’。”

美国与欧盟正准备签署“跨大西洋贸易与投资伙伴协议”(TTIP)。奥巴马表示,如果英国脱欧,将会极大地拖后英国与美国签署相关贸易协议的时间。

支持脱欧的英国政治活动家则表态称,奥巴马此举是在干涉英国内政。一向主张退出欧盟的英国独立党领袖奈杰尔·法拉奇(Nigel Farage)称,奥巴马“是一位不亲英的美国领导人”。

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[Homework]2016-04-28&05-04 奥巴马劝说英国留在欧盟 警告退欧将面临贸易风险

The US president is arriving in Germany, having energize the EU debate in his last destination, the backdrop to this European legacy tour is trade, he wants Chancellor Merkel's help to kick start a stalled deal with the EU, but in Britain he warned again of the cost of Brexit.
The UK would not be able to negotiate something with the United States faster than the EU, we wouldn't abandon our efforts to negotiate trade deals with our largest trading partner, the European market, but rather it could be five years from now, ten years from now before we were able to actually get something done.
At a stroke Obama neutralize the leave argument that an unfettered Britain could swiftly sign a bilateral deal with its biggest ally, today vote leave pushed back saying the US had finished other trade agreements within two years, and is currently negotiating just one, Brexiteers also question whether the president would surrender America's sovereignty so glibly.
Well I think their comments are best hollow, and at worst completely contradictory, and Obama and Hillary aren't standing on a platform of giving up their sovereignty, they are not giving up their right to make laws, they are not asking for their borders to be open, all the things that they are suggesting that we do.
But it's the tone of the attacks on Obama from the mayor of London which dominated Sunday's political talk shows, especially a scribing and anti British sentiment to his part Kenyan background that's drawn criticism from both sides.
This man is simply not fit to hold the office that he clearly aspires to which is a prime minister of our country, this kind of divisive rhetoric is indefensible.
I'm not saying Boris is wrong, but I think if you are seen to be attacking the man and not the ball, then that's not what we need to be.
So Leave are trying new arguments to lure support, cabinet Brexiteer Chris G telling the Sunday Times he'd seen a document supported by leading politicians across the EU, urging closer political union, * was put on the defensive over whether the UK would ever be able to control immigration while sign up to the basic principles of the EU.
Yes, free movement makes it harder to control immigration, but it doesn't make it impossible, I think immigration is too high, and we need to control it, that's where we are working at.
But with Hillary Clinton adding her weight to remain, high profile foreign interventions have boosted Remain's morale this weekend, though the Leave will now be trying to regain their momentum and move attention away from Boris Johnson style with just under two months left to voting day.
Robert Nisbet , Sky New, Westminster.
                                                   
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The U.S. president is arriving in Germany, having energized the EU debate in his last destination. The backdrop to this European legacy tour is trade. He wants Chancellor Merkel’s help to kick start a stalled deal with the EU. But in Britain he warned again of the cost of Brexit.

“The U.K. would not be able to negotiate something with the United States faster than the EU. We wouldn’t abandon our efforts to negotiate trade deals with our largest trading partner, the European market. But rather it could be five years from now, ten years from now before we are able to actually get something done.”

At a stroke Obama neutralized the leave argument that an unfettered Britain could swiftly sign a bilateral deal with its biggest ally. Today vote leave pushed back saying the U.S. had finished other trade agreements within two years, and is currently negotiating just one. Brexiters also question whether the president would surrender American sovereignty so glibly.

“Well, I think their comments are best hollow, at worst completely contradictory. Obama and Hilary are outstanding on a platform of giving up their sovereignty, they are not giving up their right to make laws, they are not asking for their borders to be open, all the things that they are suggesting that we do.”

But it’s the tone of the attacks on Obama from the mayor of London which dominated Sunday’s political talk shows, especially ascribing an anti-British settlement to his part Kenyan background that’s drawn criticism from both sides.

“This man is simply not fit to hold the office that he clearly aspires to, which is a prime minister of our country. This kind of divisive rhetoric is indefensible.”

“I’m not saying Boris was wrong. But I think if you are seen to be attacking the man and not the bull, then that’s not what we need to be.”

So Leave even drawing new arguments to lure a support, cabinet Brexiter Chris Grayling telling the Sunday Times he’s seen a document supported by leading politicians across the EU, urging closer political union. While Thersa May was put on the defensive over whether the UK would ever be able to control immigration while signed up to the basic principles of the EU.

“Yes, free movement makes it harder to control immigration, but it doesn’t make it impossible. I think immigration is too high. I think…and we need to control it. That’s what we are working at.”

But with Hilary Clinton adding her weight to remain, high-profile foreign interventions have boosted Remain’s morale this weekend, though the Leave will now be trying to regain that momentum and move attention away from Boris Johnson’s style with just under two months left to voting day.

Robert Nisbet, Sky News, West Minister.
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the US president is arriving in Germany, having energized the EU debate in
his last destination, the backdrop to this European legacy tour is trade.
he want Chancellor Merkel help to kick start the stalled deal with the
EU, but in Britain he warned again of the cost of brexit.

"the UK, would not be able to negotiate something with the united states
faster than the EU, we wouldn't abandon our effort to negotiate trade deal
with our largest tarde partner, the European market, but rather it could be
five years from now, ten years form now before we are able to actually get
something done."

at a stroke Obama neutralized the leave argument that an unfettered britain
could swiftly sign a bilateral deal with its biggest ally, today vote leave
push back saying the US had finished other trade agreement within two years.
and is currently negotiating just one, brexiter also question whether the
president would surrender American sovereignty so glibly.

"well, I think their comments are best hollow, at worst completely
contradictory. Obama and Hilary are outunderstanding on a platform of giving
up their sovereignty, that not give up their right to make laws, they are
not ask for the boarder to be open, all the thing they are suggesting that we do"

but it is the turn of the attacks on Obama from the Mayor of London which
dominated sunday's political talk show, especially ascribing an anti-british
sentiment to his party Kenyan background that draw criticism from both sides.

"this is simply not fit to hold your office that he clearly aspire to, which
is primary minister of our country, this kind of divisive rhetoric is
indefensible "

"I am not saying Boris is wroing, but I think if you are seen to be attacking
the man and not the bull, then that's not what we need to be"

so leave the try new arguments to lure the support, cabinet brexit Chris Grayling
tell the Sunday Times that he's seen a document supported by leading politician
across the EU, urging closer polical union, while ** May was put on the defensive
over whether the UK would be able to control the immigration while sign up the
basic pricinple of the EU.

"yes, free movement make it harder to control immigration, but it doesn't make it
immpossible, I think immigration is too high, i think..., we need to control it,
that's what we are working at it"

But with Hilary Clinton adding her way to remain high profile foreign intervention
have boosted remain's morale this weekend, though the leave will now be trying
to regain the the momentum and move attention away from Boris Johnson's style
with just under two monthes to voting day.
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