U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry meets Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Beijing. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
tokenday: Republicans stepped up their attacks on Monday on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server and pointed to newly released messages to allege that foreign donors to the Democratic presidential nominee's family charity got preferential treatment from her department." If the party affiliations were reversed, that opening 'graph might look something like this: "In a rare show of House and Senate cooperation, leading Democrats today issued subpoenas to the shadowy trio of "IT" companies which set up and maintained Clinton's unsecured home server while she was serving as the nation's top diplomat. These companies have so far refused to voluntarily cooperate with congressional investigators. The Congressional leaders also pointed to newly released emails which were salvaged from Hillary's server, despite her "wiping" the server in an apparent effort to thwart FOIA requests and congressional oversight. These emails, which were found months after Clinton had maintained repeatedly that she had turned over "all work related emails" to the government, paint a disturbing picture of "pay to play" access to the State Department by way of tens of millions of dollars in donations to the Clinton Family Foundation