Chinese officials double down on their previous comments, threatening to sanction U.S. companies involved in the weapons sale to Taiwan.
Chinese officials are leading a “concerted effort” to increase their influence at the UN, and change the rules of international diplomacy. One America’s Kristian Rouz has more.
Protesters in Hong Kong clash with police, as demonstrations continue in the Chinese territory. Reports Saturday said thousands rallied in a town near the border with mainland China, opposing Chinese traders who make trips into Hong Kong to buy goods to sell in Beijing. Demonstrators chanted for the traders to go home, saying they’ve fueled inflation, driven up property prices, and dodged taxes. They said they aren’t against the travel and buying, but want it to be orderly and legal.
China is speaking out against Washington’s weapons deal with Taiwan.
Britain and the U.S. are expressing support for the protesters in Hong Kong amid reports of a possible Chinese military crackdown on the city-state. One America’s Kristian Rouz looks into the matter.
As President Trump continues to create record manufacturing and U.S.-based jobs as part of his ‘America First’ agenda, one executive says rural America has what it takes to push back the outsourcing threat of China and India. One America’s Chanel Rion has more from Washington.
The U.S. consul general for Hong Kong said the U.S. was “disappointed to see violence and vandalism” during protests at the legislative council.
President Trump recently commented on the protesters in , saying they seek to protect democracy and the rule of law in their city.
The U.S. is calling on Hong Kong and China to reevaluate their relationship amid an outcry of protests in the country.