China accuses Trump of putting GOP ahead of US interests


China accused President TrumpDonald John Trump The Memo: Trump Seeks Optimism As Weapon Against Biden Five Takeaways From GOP Breaking Standards Convention Trump Mocks Democrats in White House Speech: “We are here and they are no more Friday to put his personal interests and those of the Republican Party above the interests of the United States following his threats to withdraw American companies from the Asian country.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told his daily press conference in Beijing on Friday that Trump’s actions “violate the will of the business community” and will eventually backfire.

“I think it’s their act that tries to put their personal interests and the interests of their parties above the interests of the United States,” Zhao said through a translator. “Such political manipulation is impractical.”

Zhao claimed that Trump’s rhetoric is aimed at “constraining normal investment” by companies and “goes against free market law, which will ultimately hurt itself.”

The Chinese Foreign Ministry’s remarks are the latest back and forth between two countries; the relationship has become strained since the start of the year.

While accepting his party’s nomination Thursday night, the president pledged to bring American supply chains back to the United States.

“We don’t rely on them at all. We are taking our business out of China. We take it home. We want our business to come home, ”Trump said Thursday.

In July, Trump signed a bill sanctioning Chinese companies for Beijing’s actions in Hong Kong, threatened to ban the TikTok video app from operating in the United States, and to shut down the Chinese consulate in Houston.

China retaliated by ordering the United States to close its consulate in Chengdu.

U.S. intelligence officials also concluded earlier this month that China would rather Trump not be re-elected because it sees him as “unpredictable.”

“Although China will continue to weigh the risks and benefits of aggressive action, its public rhetoric in recent months has become increasingly critical of the current administration’s response to COVID-19 , the closure of the Chinese consulate in Houston and actions on other issues, ”said William Evanina, director of the National Center for Counterintelligence and Security. “Beijing recognizes that all of these efforts could affect the presidential race.”


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