u.s.f those things the needs to address and will not even talk to us about the kinds of activities we have done in the u k and in other countries around the world, to address real security risks. we hope to have those conversations with the u.s. government. we hope there is not such a loss of u.s. jobs. >> the expectation is these strategic, competitive concerns and tensions will continue. that is a fact of the time that we are living in right now, the dynamic between these superpowers. try to assurei its survival, what is your strategy is markets that you still have access to? >> we are doing more than what we could do based on the impositions from last year. deeper,ave to dig even prioritizing the products that are most important to our customers. we are ramping up our research and development. a are fifth in the world with $20 billion investment this year in r&d. to some extent, we are trying to move forward with products that may not require these components, trying to come up with alternatives to these components, and doing research and development. it is a multipronged effort. w
our 93 u.s.f, and attorneys offices across the country are supporting these local efforts, will continue to support them, and take all action necessary to support local law. in that regard, it is a federal crime to cross state lines or use interstate facilities to incite or participate in violent rioting. we will enforce those laws. thank you. [no audio] also briefing was acting department of homeland security secretary chad wolf and other dhs officials concerning their officers's involvement in policing protests after the killing of george floyd. they said they are investigating whether radical groups are involved in the rioting. >> guys, come on down.
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