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Pence says China is rapidly turning into an “evil empire” and calls for increased arms sales to Taiwan

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Pence says China is rapidly turning into an “evil empire” and calls for increased arms sales to Taiwan

Former US Vice President Mike Pence said on the 18th that China is rapidly turning into an “evil empire” and called on Taiwan to increase arms sales.

Reuters reported that Pence and other campaigners within the partyRepublican PartyFellow presidential nominees have recently stepped up their verbal attacks against China, asserting that China is the number one enemy of the United States.

Pence said in a speech today at the Hudson Institute, a conservative think tank in Washington: “China is the greatest strategic and economic threat to the United States in the 21st century.”

Pence said, “China may not be a rogue empire yet, but it is working hard to become one.”

Pence also sought to curb arms sales to Taiwan, cut economic ties between the United States and China’s vital industries, ban Chinese citizens from working at U.S. technology companies to reduce intellectual property theft, and crackdown on Chinese social media. The media called for a nationwide ban on TikTok.

Pence elaborated on the differences between the Republican presidential candidates over the Russia-Ukraine war and how China would view the United States’ continued response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Pence said, the United StatesukraineIt is important to provide all necessary military support so that Ukraine can defeat the Russian army.

Pence criticized some of his 2024 election opponents for being “isolationists” but did not name them. According to reports, technology investor Vivek Ramaswamy and Florida GovernorDeSantisCandidates such as Ron DeSantis and former President Trump have questioned the Biden administration’s blind provision of military and economic aid to Ukraine.

Pence said: “Just imagine what would happen if those in the Republican Party who have a conciliatory attitude successfully withdrew their support for Ukraine. In addition to giving China the green light to invade Taiwan, this move would “What message will that send?”

Republicans competing for the presidential nomination in the November 2024 election almost unanimously believe that China is the number one enemy of the United States. Some political campaign operators said that in this Republican election, attacks became more frequent and proposals were bolder than before, all due to changes in domestic public opinion in the United States.

A poll released by the Pew Research Center in late July showed that nearly 50% of Americans believe China poses the greatest threat to the United States; Next is Russia, with 17% of respondents believing that it is Russia.

Ramaswamy is scheduled to deliver a speech on the 21st and will explain how he will ensure that the economy is not dependent on China.

DeSantis’ aides also said that DeSantis will give a foreign policy speech in the near future and is expected to elaborate on his strong stance toward China. DeSantis has already called for ending normal trade relations with China, and he has banned the use of TikTok on government- and school-issued devices in Florida.

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