Live: Experts expose major flaws in Pompeo's China speech

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo attempted to make the case against China-U.S. cooperation, dismissing all the efforts his predecessors made to enable and strengthen one of the most important relationships of the 21st century. The top diplomat holds "securing our freedoms from the Chinese Communist Party is the mission of our time and America is perfectly positioned to lead it." But many experts, with broader knowledge of the relationship, beg to differ. We look at three opinion pieces that point out the major flaws in Pompeo's rendition of China-U.S. relations since former U.S. President Nixon visited China in 1972. What have Americans gained from engaging with China over the last 50 years? Why is the Trump administration rejecting China? And why does it matter now? This week, we listen to experts tear apart Pompeo's recent speech "Communist China and the Free World's Future."