China expects its growth engine to continue to cool off after decades of breakneck expansion. The government said that it's targeting growth of "around 6.5 percent or higher if possible" in 2017. CNN's John Defterios explains why. Top leaders at the National People's Congress are tolerating slightly slower economic growth this year to give them more room to push through reforms to deal with a build-up in debt.
In this episode of Conversations with Bill Kristol, political strategist and former congressman Vin Weber reflects on Reaganite conservatism and makes the case for continued American leadership in the world. Kristol and Weber also discuss the Trump presidency, its implications for the Republican Party, and whether Trump's election portends a breakup of the two party system.