CNN 主持人Jack Cafferty 卡弗蒂视频:
Jack Cafferty这段话的原文如下：“Well, I don’t know if China is any different, but our relationship with China is certainly different. We’re in hawk to the Chinese up to our eyeballs because of the war in Iraq, for one thing. They’re holding hundreds of billions of dollars worth of our paper. We also are running hundred of billions of dollars worth of trade deficits with them, as we continue to import their junk with the lead paint on them and the poisoned pet food and export, you know, jobs to places where you can pay workers a dollar a month to turn out the stuff that we’re buying from Wal-Mart. So I think our relationship with China has certainly changed. I think they’re basically the same bunch of goons and thugs they’ve been for the last 50 years”. (本文来源：环球网 )
Jack Cafferty provides commentary and insight for CNN's political program, The Situation Room. Previously, Cafferty was a co-host on CNN's American Morning, a host of CNN's weekend business show In the Money and an anchor of Before Hours, CNNfn's former morning program. Cafferty is based in the network's New York bureau.
A more than 20-year veteran of New York nightly news, Cafferty has distinguished himself as a reporter covering the world's financial capital as well as national news. Before joining CNN, Cafferty anchored the News at 10 on New York's WB-11 from 1992-1998, where he reported on some of the major business stories of the 1990s. From 1989-1992, Cafferty anchored Newsline New York, a nightly news and interview format program on WNYW-TV, as well as co-anchoring the evening broadcast for Fox 5 News at 7.
From 1977-1989, Cafferty anchored Strictly Business, a nationally syndicated business program. He began working in New York in 1977 at WNBC-TV, where he anchored several signature news programs, such as Live at Five, a nightly hour-long news program, and the Scarborough-Cafferty Report, during his 11-year tenure with the station.
Before his career in New York, Cafferty was news director of WHO-TV in Des Moines, Iowa, and co-anchor of the 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts for that station. He began his career in journalism in 1960 in Reno, Nev.
Among numerous awards in his career, Cafferty has received an Emmy award, the New York Associated Press State Broadcasters Award and the Edward R. Murrow Award.