The NBA is under fire after restricting players from answering questions from the press during exhibition games in China. One America’s Stefan Kleinhenz caught up with conservative radio host Todd Starnes, who has discussed the issue in great length recently.
Chinese exports to the U.S. have tumbled as President Trump’s tariffs take hold. Beijing’s exports to the U.S. fell 22 percent in September with total exports falling 3.2 percent. Imports also fell sharply and are down 8.5 percent from September 2018.
The NBA’s official Chinese partners have cut ties with the association over this week’s Hong Kong controversy. One America’s Tali Letoi takes a look at the ongoing controversy.
Apple is the latest U.S. firm to get dragged into Hong Kong’s turmoil. China’s state media has accused the company of protecting protesters with an app that tracks the movement of police in the city. The HKmap.live app was used recently by protesters during the sometimes violent demonstrations.
China may be open to a partial trade deal with the U.S. ahead of negotiations in Washington this week. Recent reports said Beijing is willing to discuss a smaller scale deal if President Trump vows not to impose additional tariffs.
As U.S. and China trade talks resume, a troubling but potentially useful negotiation angle has arisen.
Reports said military and government personnel are unwittingly funding the Chinese communist party.
The latest escalation of violence in Hong Kong sparks calls on the U.S. and the U.K. to stand up to China, and defend freedom and liberty in the autonomous city. One America’s Kristian Rouz reports.
White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow says the U.S. and China are starting with a “clean slate” for this week’s trade talks. He told reporters that deputy level talks are underway ahead of principal level talks at the end of the week
President Trump told reporters he feels both Ukraine and China should investigate Joe Biden and his son for corruption. One America’s Marty Golingan has the latest.