Trump Administration Announces “Withhold Release Orders” Targeting China’s Use of Forced Labor in Xinjiang Region…

Those who have followed the Trump administration’s decoupling strategy will note the potential conflict from within this approach is a ‘nothing to lose’ proposition from Donald Trump’s perspective.

The Trump administration announced today the Department of Homeland Security, via U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, are about to start blocking the import of products from five specific entities in western China’s Xinjiang region.  The objective is to block products that come from forced Uighur labor in Xinjiang, China.

The authority comes from U.S. “Withhold Release Orders” (WRO’s) that allows U.S. Customs and Border Protection to detain shipments based on suspicion of forced-labor involvement under long-standing U.S. laws to combat human trafficking, child labor and other human rights abuses.  Ken Cuccinelli explains to Lou Dobbs.

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At first blush this might seem detrimental to the objectives of the U.S-China Phase-One trade deal. However, if you have followed the decoupling process closely; including the warnings given by Trump to U.S. multinationals; you will note there is no specific downside to this confrontation.

Wall Street, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the multinationals represented by K-Street lobbyists in DC will obviously go bananas; however, at this point in the 2020 election -and I swear this is incredibly astute and strategic timing- there’s no political value in attacking President Trump over a policy against forced labor.

Think about it…. Are the democrats or their allies on Wall Street really going to start demanding that President Trump’s global trade policy include accepting forced labor, slavery and child exploitation?  A democrat campaign message to “make slavery great again”? Of course not…. ergo, strategic brilliance. A brilliance that actually circles directly back to the longer-term goal of decoupling from Beijing.

wASHINGTON – DHS said Xinjiang entities whose products will be blocked from entering the United States include all products made with labor from the Lop County No. 4 Vocational Skills Education and Training Center; hair products from the Lop County Hair Product Industrial Park; apparel produced by Yili Zhouwan Garment Manufacturing and Baodung LYSZD Trade and Business Co.; cotton produced and processed by Xinjiang Junggar Cotton and Linen Co. Ltd; and computer parts made by Hefei Bitland Information Technology Co. Ltd.

President Donald Trump’s administration is ratcheting up pressure on China over its treatment of Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang, where the United Nations cites credible reports that about 1 million Muslims held in camps have been put to work.

China denies mistreatment of the Uighurs and says the camps are vocational training centers needed to fight extremism.

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150 Responses to Trump Administration Announces “Withhold Release Orders” Targeting China’s Use of Forced Labor in Xinjiang Region…

  1. rpcoastie says:

    It’s hard for the Democrats and news media to attack President Trump for fighting the mass slavery of people of color, I think!

    Liked by 8 people

    • Linda K. says:

      Hard to justify playing basketball in China, hmmm?

      Liked by 17 people

    • Judith says:

      @rpcoastie, Not that hard.. look how they contort themselves to justify opening our southern border to human traffickers and illegal drug smugglers? What does the UNiparty have against “policing” or controlling our borders and cities, and why can’t their activities ever withstand the scrutiny of Law enforcement officers? What’s so wrong with law and order?

      We already know why criminals want to remain criminals who exploit law abiding citizens with no repercussions, but the idea of Hollyweird piling on in the name of “justice” is appalling.

      REAL news flash to Hollyweird, pro sports teams and fake news pundits: You are useful idiots for the douchebags (multinational corporations) who exploit slave laborers in Asian sweat shops (hello Nike) and promote human trafficking (UN open borders PACT) for profit.

      We are SO tired of your virtue-signaling antics when YOU are the ones destroying the planet AND EXPLOITING OTHERS for profit. Now you unleashed a plandemic AND set the dogs on our cities? HELLOOOO…

      Scum is too good a word for these TRAITORS!

      Liked by 8 people

  2. dufrst says:

    In particular the “cotton” ban. Don’t think that doesn’t leave an impression as to the Party that truly has fought slavery from its inception.

    Bravo President Trump! Always has been great as far as message and optics. MAGA!!!

    Liked by 21 people

  3. allin4freedom says:

    Sort of deflates the Dem-rat narrative that Trump hates Muslims, now doesn’t it?

    Liked by 11 people

    • allin4freedom says:

      No comments were showing on my screen when I posted, but plainly, I didn’t connect the cotton angle, which makes it even better.

      Liked by 3 people

    • ssbishop says:

      Oh, C’mon man. The Left will position both this and the new ME pease deals as an attempt to deflect. Don’t you know the Left has special Marvel Comic Book-like powers to diagnose ‘racism’ and ‘intent.’ See, President Trump just doesn’t like Persian Muslims in Iran.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Shop says:

    How do Customs know a product came from one of these Chinese outfits? What if they disguise the origin information, how would customs know? Curious how this works in reality.

    Liked by 1 person

    • allin4freedom says:

      I’m sure there are ways of knowing, but catching them cheating by subterfuge would make things even worse for them.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Snellvillebob says:

      Lots of way for instance when we ban a company from selling their pink leopards chasing blue butterflies pillowcases, then those pillowcases show up under a different trader they can kind figure it out.

      Liked by 2 people

    • D Lloyd says:

      Import/shipping regulations.

      Liked by 2 people

    • wlbeattie says:

      The USA seems to know where the steel comes from!

      Liked by 1 person

    • graystone1221 says:

      Shop,
      Customs keeps track of imported goods by commodity (10-digit harmonized tariff numbers) and manufacturer (MID codes). Ocean freight is also tracked by shipper, consolidator, etc. using ISF, Importer Security Filing prior to departure from foreign port. ISF was put in place after 9/11 to (in theory) reject suspicious freight. All of the data is fed into algorithms to detect fraud and to determine which freight will be physically inspected.

      All that being said, the ChiComs are good at cheating, so we need to keep improving our algorithms….

      Liked by 1 person

      • doyouseemyvision says:

        In addition, the US importer needs to (should) keep extremely detailed and pristine records of their imported products by each physical receipt in the US.

        The US importer could also be held in violation if any of these embargoed shipments slip through, although you have to be caught first. The penalties are severe. There are also IRS repercussions among the obvious others such as bad press and bad US public relations that affects your company’s name and brand.

        The brilliance of this move is that American companies that manufacture in this area of China or use these slave factories are now required to MOVE THEIR PRODUCTION elsewhere. That really is the point. Whether they move it in country, or out of the country will be interesting to see.

        The other brilliance of this move is that other countries are likely to follow the US lead.

        Liked by 3 people

    • I remember reading that they were shipping some things through Viet Nam

      Liked by 1 person

  5. joeknuckles says:

    I’m still trying to figure out why the hell we have anything to do with China at all.

    Liked by 14 people

  6. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Are the democrats or their allies on Wall Street really going to start demanding that President Trump’s global trade policy include accepting forced labor, slavery and child exploitation?”

    Strange things have happened this year.

    One never knows to what depths of depravity that those afflicted with Trump Derangement Syndrome will sink to.

    Somehow, they would come up with some justification for it that would satisfy those that are “inside the same bubble”.

    Isaiah 5:20 KJV
    Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!

    Liked by 8 people

  7. Simple Citizen says:

    Now if they can just block Apple phones from coming to our shores since they are built by slave labor and Mr. Cook is not Jobs or Woz.

    Now I know this will not be for everyone, but if you want a U.S. made phone:

    https://puri.sm/products/librem-5-usa/

    It would be worth saving for quite a while in order to not support what Apple has become and their connection to forced / slave labor.

    Liked by 11 people

    • All Too Much says:

      Waiting to hear from Nike, Converse, et al.

      LaBron? Hello? LeBron?

      Liked by 5 people

      • Simple Citizen says:

        LeBron should go visit. Aside from Disney having to pull all images of a Vietnamese American actress kissing a British Black actor in a Star Wars movie, I have heard the hospitality is great.

        Liked by 2 people

      • WSB says:

        Just wait until our President starts hitting the Chinese AKA NK prison labor camps that make the Nike goods.

        It will be glorious!

        Liked by 15 people

        • Simple Citizen says:

          WSB,

          Thanks for the response.

          Just an FYI for all our friends here. New Balance still makes shoes in the USA and is clear about which sneakers are domestic.

          The best thing we could do for Nike is put that dog down.

          Best,
          Simple Citizen

          Liked by 11 people

          • WSB says:

            You bet! That would be a 7.0 on the “Lichter Scare!”

            LOLOLOL!!!

            Liked by 3 people

          • Janie M. says:

            S.Cit., a couple of years ago, my old Avia sneakers had gotten really ratty. So around Christmas, my son took me to Shoe Town in our neck of the woods and purchased a pair of New Balance sneakers for me. The price was right, only around $50. They’re comfy, supportive and held up really well. I would definitely recommend them.

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        • A Fortified City says:

          It would be quite remarkable to find out after all their rants about slavery and reparations etc.
          That we find that wealthy blacks leaders are indisputably linked to the

          Liked by 2 people

    • TreeClimber says:

      I really like that phone. I doubt my carrier would permit it, though…

      Liked by 1 person

    • Snow White says:

      My next phone and laptop will be a Librem 🙌🙌.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Simple Citizen says:

        Super cool.

        Time for us to bring production home.

        Never liked Alexander Hamilton too much (a royalist in many covert ways), but what he wrote about keeping production within one’s nation, was a very clear and concise thought that I appreciate.

        Best…

        Liked by 3 people

      • Eagle Driver says:

        Librem has some VERRRRY COOL STUFF…next phone & laptop — Librem.

        Like

    • Chokdii8888 says:

      Thnks for posting this info on Privacy made in usa cellphone.

      Liked by 1 person

    • listingstarboard says:

      Not to mention that Laurene Jobs is using her late husbands fortune to fund the dishonest Anti-Trump magazine, the Atlantic with its false hit jobs, and she has always been a big megadonor to Kamala Harris.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Randy Blain says:

      Cool. I have seen many Unity game engine devs express a want for brick phone they can do what they want with it. I posted a link to the PureOS FAQ to have the tech heads take a gander and offer opinions about the ease of developing for this. Unity already outputs to approximately 30 platforms already including Linux desktop and this appears to run on the Debian flavor. I mentioned the no forced labor and 99% USA sourced components. That will make a few heads explode. Some SJW idiots have gone bananas over stupid things trying to get users banned from the forums for things like asking how to construct a naming engine for generated characters based on races, including elves and extraterrestrial culture FFS. I have had posts removed for referencing that Unity’s top competitor is Unreal is owned by TenCent and hence the CCP and why I refuse to develop on it. This is a 100% viable commercial development concern as if the Chinese wage war with the US Unreal will get banned as it sends data back to TenCent every time you open the engine and when installing just takes low level OS permissions without asking.

      Liked by 1 person

    • USTerminator says:

      Block selling semiconductor to China will unravel all China manufacturing sector. Almost all value added products made in China needs imported chips. All imported chips use American technology at some level. There will be no chips for iPhones, iPad….So Apple will need to make elsewhere. The best China semiconductor can build on their own is 20 years behind. Do you really want to buy iPhone 2 or Core2duo computers?

      Liked by 1 person

  8. SanJac says:

    Does this include Disney for making movies near the concentration camps ? When is Hollywood going to be held accountable for it’s CCP connections or ALL sports franchises who have tax exempt status while involved up to their eyeballs with the CCP.

    Hey Steve munchkin it’s beyond time to crank up the IRS investigation units.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Devils Tower says:

    Also on China, just out as far as I know. An outline on how the PLA engineered sars-2

    Liked by 3 people

  10. Ninja7 says:

    Appears that “Tom Chinahoe”, He he he.🤗😁
    So Sad, what a masterful tactic,
    Lou is so tongue in cheek 🤗😁

    Sundance thank you for giving us many of the various threads of the coup, the UniParty and the Globalist Playbook.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. All Too Much says:

    This must be fake news; Trump hates Muslims. /sarc

    What great political move. Waiting to see how it gets spun,

    Liked by 4 people

  12. ShainS says:

    Next, prevent the importation of Nike shoes & other gear made by child slave labor.

    Queen James hardest hit …

    Liked by 8 people

  13. PaulAquinas says:

    Where, oh, where will I get my hip clothing and tennyrunners?

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Leon Brozyna says:

    Oh, the irony … CCP engages in what amounts to slave labor amongst the minority Islam populace, a religion that espouses slavery in its belief system.

    Liked by 5 people

  15. MVW says:

    What, is China going to give more money to Dem? Are the $Globalists going to do something more to attack our country? No downside is right. Gloves off.
    Quicksand. The more they struggle the worse it gets to the point that there is no downside to do business with the Devils and Demons.

    Liked by 1 person

    • MVW says:

      to (NOT) do business with the Devils and Demons.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Judith says:

        The “downside” is that too many Americans (largest consumers on the planet) are intellectually lazy and/or lack the courage of their convictions, so they will continue to feed at the Globalist trough.

        How many “fans” will come crawling back to the sports stadiums and teams who have loudly promoted and *funded* our demise? It’s sickening..

        Will Americans ever grow a pair and *starve* the beast? Are they capable of an independent thought that’s not spoonfed to them in the latest news cycle or trending on social media? The answer is right in front of us.

        Liked by 1 person

        • A Fortified City says:

          I hear ya! I’m hoping what Trump has managed to expose and what he has been able to do will be a wake up call. Many of these things sorta crept on the majority of us ever so subtle. Those who orchestrated it and who have been enriched will be those we will be fighting to restore our independence again.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Elle says:

          The demise of national sports has no downside for the globalists. We watch, they profit. We don’t watch, they get to burn down something that united us as a national pastime.

          Like

        • sturmudgeon says:

          Judith… Good questions, all. Many are too used to ‘the good things’ to do the necessary ‘checking and sorting’.

          Like

  16. Sporty says:

    Cut off Nike and watch the chaos.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. ShainS says:

    “Trump’s banning cotton imports here ’cause he’s fixin’ to put y’all back in chains to grow it domestically!” — Beijing Biden 2020!

    Liked by 11 people

  18. A2 says:

    👇

    Liked by 8 people

  19. James Street says:

    When President Trump first announced a new trade deal with China to reign in their corruption I thought “Impossible. Commies gonna commie that’s what they do”.

    Then I thought if anyone could guide the commies through reforming their corrupt system it would be President Trump.

    Now it appears all along Trump’s intention was a slow death process of China giving American companies time to extricate themselves.

    “Dollar Tree” may have to change their name to “Two Dollar Tree” but it would be worth it to have the stuff was made here in the U.S.A.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Alex1689 says:

      One small silver lining of the Wuhan Flu was that it got 99 percent of US Government employees out of China, and probably close to 95 percent of US citizens and legal residents out of China as well. Almost no one is now left there for China to hold hostage. That happened over the space of about two months. Started in early to mid January and last flights out were organized and announced in March I think.
      At the same time, a large number of Chinese nationals returned home, and now the US Government revoked a lot of grad student and other visas so they can’t come back. Pompeo is on it. Add all the arrests of the spies and closure of Confucius Institutes and restrictions on Chinese diplomat movement in the US and the groundwork is laid.

      It’s a very clear “with all due speed” decoupling. American companies are on notice. If reelection happens like it should, it is going to be ” last flight out ” very quickly – probably less than six months. China sees this clearly too. It is going to have some choices to make if its puppets here lose Nov 3. Here’s hoping Xi chooses a negotiated peace and cold war (the smart move) over a desperation move towards a hot war (the suicidal move).

      Liked by 4 people

      • WSB says:

        Never let a good crisis go to waste!

        Like

        • Ninja7 says:

          WEB,
          Are you saying that two can use the same playbook 🤗😁🤔🤔
          PDJT, owns the downside, the upside, and definitely enjoys having so many of the libertarts chasing their tails, following the little laser dot.🤗😁

          Wonder what happens when PDJT places a diffuser lens on the laser. All those dots, all them splodey heads, so much enjoyment 🤗😁🤣

          Liked by 1 person

      • deplorableintx says:

        I think I heard in Michael Pillsbury (The Hundred-Year Marathon: China’s Secret Strategy to Replace America as the Global Superpower) discuss in an interview that the Chinese communist culture does not lend itself to innovation, and that their economy is almost entirely based upon copying existing products & technology.
        1. Clamp down on Chicom Corporate/University Research spying.
        2. Bring American intellect home
        3. Decrease or eliminate US-China technology partnerships / science (looking at you Fraudster Fauchi)
        If true, then this all is a brilliant strategy to decrease their economic strength. Depending upon the success, one risk is that they start a major war to revive their economy and provide jobs for their massive number of unemployed peasants in order to keep them from overthrowing the Chicom government. You only have to do an search for Chinese Ghost Cities (50+) of 64 million empty properties to see how they’ve created jobs to keep their people in check.

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        • Judith says:

          Maybe Globalists planned to fill those Chinese ghost cities up with Americans after they conquer us from within. Stranger things have happened.

          Wouldn’t it be ironic if all our political elites and Hollyweirds seek refuge there during the final phase of UN’s Agenda 21 New /One World Order, only to discover they are the newest batch of slave laborers?

          Those brand-new Chinese ghost cities are ominous and foreboding.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Eagle Driver says:

            Here’s an idea: IF ANYONE WANTS TO BRING SOCIALIST/COMMUNIST here to the rest of us…THOSE EMPTY CHINESE CITIES CAN BE USED TO HOUSE THE ONES WHO WANT TO CHANGE THE UNITED STATES…win-win…WE get rid of the malcontents and China fills up those EMPTY cities!!!

            Liked by 1 person

  20. PatriotUSA says:

    An excellent move by MY POTUS. If this upsets the DemoKKK, then they can volunteer to sacrifice themselves and move to these regions in China and offer up their labor for ‘free’.I am sure they would love their new homeland, the fine living conditions, great place to raise a family and knowing they are so ‘free’.

    Liked by 4 people

  21. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Good. Now, hopefully some of the clothing companies that used to make their clothes in the USA and then switched to China might bring their clothes back to the USA or to another country and out of China. I am so sick of the clothing labels saying “Made in China.”

    Liked by 11 people

    • Bird Watcher says:

      Whenever possible, I make my own clothes. Bras are the exception. My last ones were made in Thailand.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Tellthetruth2016 says:

      Try finding Christmas anything NOT made in China … wrapping paper, ornaments, etc.

      Like

      • H.R. says:

        If I never bought another ornament, string of lights, or other Christmas decoration, my great-grandchildren would still be celebrating Christmas in full style.

        I have way too much already to be concerned about China doing a face plant with their Christmas goods.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      I was so pissed when one of our Canadian designers Brian Bailey, selling clothing kept saying it is made in Canada to justify the higher price, fine by me, however got an item home, looked it said made in China. I was livid, called said I was returning it at their expense, refused to pay for shipping, I could have driven to Toronto but why waste my gas. When I questioned why promoting made in Canada, a lie their govna was they don’t have certain machines in Toronto as well as some material. BS Montreal has a huge textile industry. To make matters worse the item I received looked awful, cheap, with a high price tag.

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  22. Stillwater says:

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  23. A2 says:

    👇

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    • Stephen Parrish says:

      I vacationed in that country in 2015. You knew it was a police state in Shanghai but when I got to Beijing the darkness fell. After that, it was an appreciation for the suffering of the people and especially those who claimed their hope in Christ and had cast off their chains. In them you would see a glow absent in all others.

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    • wondering999 says:

      The link didn’t work. I searched a little farther and got this:
      https://jamestown.org/program/sterilizations-iuds-and-mandatory-birth-control-the-ccps-campaign-to-suppress-uyghur-birth-rates-in-xinjiang/

      What is so sad is that in the United States, in the 1960s and 1970s, birthrates fell so quickly once contraception was available for those who chose it. Our birthrate dropped in half.

      A few years ago, waiting for an event, I fell into conversation with an older woman who told me of her struggle to get tubal ligation surgery after her fifth child. She said she loved her children but “her lights went out”. She felt she just couldn’t go through the rigors of pregnancy, childbirth and infancy one more time — but at the same time, they couldn’t afford the expensive surgery (thousands of dollars, not covered by insurance). Eventually they settled for her husband getting a vasectomy which was less expensive.

      It’s so crazy in this world. The women who are begging, pleading for help to control fertility get pushed to the side without assistance… and elsewhere, women are COERCED by government into the exact same procedure, against their will. Sadistic

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  24. Rileytrips says:

    What American companies will this new order affect? I’m curious….which companies and Brands have been buying these products “on the cheap” and exploiting fellow human beings?
    Will there be a list?

    Liked by 1 person

    • annieoakley says:

      I saw a t-shirt in Wally World that I wanted just because I liked the color. I bought two of them the same color and have to wear both at the same time because the fabric is so thin and flimsy.

      Liked by 1 person

  25. bullnuke says:

    President Trump is only just beginning to make China pay for the Wuhan virus they released to the world. He is pissed and that is not good for the Chicoms.

    Liked by 4 people

  26. OffCourseNation says:

    How much of that forced (slave) labor is being used to make Nike shoes which the NFL and NBA moron hypocrites players have got rich over?

    Liked by 3 people

  27. woohoowee says:

    Someone might could plant more acreage to make up for what was being imported from China 😉

    -snip-

    Arkansas is a leader in the production of cotton. National rankings for Arkansas cotton includes 7th in lint yield per acre, 4th for production, and 4th for acres planted.

    https://www.uaex.edu/farm-ranch/crops-commercial-horticulture/cotton/

    If rice imports ever have to be adjusted we grow that, too 🙂

    -snip-

    Arkansas was the top producer of rice in the United States, generating 84.26 million centum weight of rice in 2019. California came in second with 41.93 million centum weight of rice in that year.

    https://www.statista.com/statistics/190823/top-us-states-for-rice-production/

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  28. The Gipper Lives says:

    Believe in Something. Even if it means sacrificing some Chinese slaves for your new swimming pool. Just Do It.

    Massa Kaepernick Hardest Hit.

    Liked by 3 people

  29. A2 says:

    👇

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  30. cowpokesblog says:

    Well this really is nothing because the Chinese would just label the product from some other location. So it’s all just a news fluff campaign for what ever.

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  31. Susan Harms says:

    does this (Trump hard line de-coupling) explain why McConnell came out so quickly and said that the Ambassadors to Germany and Afghanistan could not be confirmed — is Mitch hurting in the pocketbook?

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Trisha Holmeide says:

    Yeah, all those folks on the left who wanna claim Trump us an idiot unfit for office need to learn he is ALWAYS one step ahead of them!

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Mike in a Truck says:

    The only negative to what President Trump is doing is that the Demonic DemCong Pedocrats will lose a steady stream of pizza, hotdogs and harvested organs shipped to the West. Watch who howls the loudest.

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  34. sDee says:

    Bravo President Trump.

    Clinton’s first trip as Sec of State was to China, in 2009. She told them to forget all the previous political rhetoric about slave labor and human rights because America’s surrender to globalism was top priority. Not a peep from the left – climate change was the new alter for them to worship on.

    “Successive administrations and Chinese governments have been poised back and forth on these issues, and we have to continue to press them. But our pressing on those issues can’t interfere with the global economic crisis, the global climate change crisis, and the security crisis,”
    https://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/02/21/clinton.china.asia/

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  35. When it comes to the Uighurs, until they disavow their membership in a murder cult, I wish I had the jacket that Melania wore to the border. Why should I? If THEY were in power, their pedo-pervert-prophet would tell them to convert me, or slay me, and I have NO REASON to believe they would do otherwise.

    So, like a stopped clock, even the Chinese government is right at least once a day.

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  36. CharterOakie says:

    Cuccinelli is very effective and another credit to Trump’s administration. He handled this interview very well.

    Liked by 1 person

  37. septro says:

    Does this mean we can stop the Mulan movie now?

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  38. USA Citizen says:

    Joe Biden and his family got rich off of China, when Joe Biden was Vice President with Barack Obama. Now Joe Biden wants to be President. How can this Corrupt Crook Joe Biden, be our President, when he is doing business with China behind our backs. Joe Biden and his son Hunter made Billions of dollars from China. President Trump and his people should arrest Joe Biden and Hunter Biden for committing Treason. The Bidens are working with our biggest enemy, China. If Joe Biden wins November 3, 2020, China will take over America. Vote for President Donald J. Trump on November 3, 2020, so he can stop China from taking over our country. Also watch NEWSMAX to hear the truth.

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