Biden says China wants to become richest, most powerful country, but it ‘won’t happen under my watch’

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Biden says China wants to become richest, most powerful country, but it 'won't happen under my watch'



Biden said the competition between the United States and China is part of a larger global battle between democracy and autocracy.

  • Biden has said he will not let China become the most powerful and richest country in the world.
  • He said the competition between the United States and China is a fight between democracy and autocracy.
  • “We have to prove that democracy works. “
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President Joe Biden, in his first press conference on Thursday, said he would oppose China’s goal of becoming the most powerful country in the world.

“Their overall goal is to become the first country in the world, the richest country in the world and the most powerful country in the world. This will not happen under my supervision. ”

Biden framed the growing competition between Washington and Beijing as part of a larger, global ideological struggle between democracy and autocracy.

“It’s a battle between the usefulness of democracies in the 21st century and autocracies,” Biden said. “We have to prove that democracy works. ”

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