Last week, former President Donald Trump told an adviser that he “would never” allow the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to hold a meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, as the Biden administration scheduled for March 18.
According to Trump’s adviser Jason Miller, the former president said that “he will have the Chinese come over to Washington for the meeting.”
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“Joe Biden’s decision to have his team meet in Anchorage rather than Washington demonstrates that he is already attempting to be deferential to the Chinese. Miller told Newsmax on March 14 that “he’s already capitulating to the Chinese.”
“I spoke to President Trump about it last night, and he said he would never do anything like that,” she said. According to Miller.
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According to the State Department, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan will meet with the CCP’s top diplomats, Chief of the Central Commission for International Affairs Yang Jiechi and State Councilor Wang Yi, on March 18 in Anchorage. Following Blinken’s trips to Japan and North Korea, he would consult with the Chinese.
The South China Morning Post was the first to announce that the Biden administration would hold its first meeting with China in Alaska. Alaska is located in the middle of the continental United States and China.
A request for comment from the White House was not answered.
On February 10, Biden met with Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping. Biden criticized the communist regime’s human rights violations, unequal economic policies, and the crackdown in Hong Kong during the call. According to a White House summary of the discussion, Biden is “committed to pursuing realistic, results-oriented engagements as it serves the interests of the American people and our allies.”
Trump slammed the Biden administration’s approach to China in his first address since leaving the White House.
“Companies should not be rewarded for leaving America to build jobs in China and other countries that have ripped us off for years. They should be taxed, fined, and punished,” says Trump
.“They should not be praised for their actions. That is precisely what the Biden administration is attempting to accomplish. But, as you might be aware, they have a very close, personal relationship with China, so I don’t expect much. It’s a shame, because it’s a serious threat. It poses a major economic threat.”