Joe Biden is continuing to pander to Beijing as his pick for commerce secretary is considering easing restrictions on Chinese tech giant Huawei.
Tensions have continued to rise between India and China following military clashes in their Himalayan border region. On Monday, the Chinese Foreign Ministry accused India of taking “unilateral” steps at the border, which threaten a broader military confrontation.
The Biden administration is reportedly planning to roll back President Trump’s crackdown on malicious Chinese practices.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said the Biden administration is not putting Americans first. On Saturday, he argued U.S. adversaries like China are benefiting from Joe Biden’s first week in office while Americans are being placed on the back burner.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) called out the Chinese Communist Party over their alleged attempt to blackmail the Biden administration. On the Senate floor Friday, Cotton urged Joe Biden to take action against our most persistent adversary.
Chinese state media are showing what many have long suspected, that Joe Biden was Beijing’s preferred candidate in the presidential election. One America’s Hans Hubbard reports.
The Senate approved Joe Biden’s pick for the Director of National Intelligence.
The U.S. officially declares China has committed crimes against humanity. One America’s Hans Hubbard reports.
Political analysts are pointing out the underhanded tactics used by China’s state media to promote the ruling Communist Party’s agenda. One America’s Hans Hubbard reports.