(PartiallyPolitics.com) – Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley during an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union” provided a brief preview of what her stance on China would be if she wins the presidential election in 2024.
As she stated she considered China to be an “enemy” and argued that a tough stance needed to be taken against the country. She added that this was not going to come from President Joe Biden and that so far, she has been disappointed in Biden’s actions on this issue as they have allowed China to buy 400,000 acres of U.S. soil, some of which is close to the Grand Forks Air Force Base. She proceeded to point out that China had purchased the biggest pork producer in the United States while they continued to “steal.”
She further argued that the Chinese’s continuous sending of fentanyl into the country has resulted in more American deaths than the Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan wars combined. She then questioned how many more things needed to occur before Biden realized that he needed to stop sending Cabinet members to appease China and that instead, he needed to take serious action.
Haley proceeded to claim that it was time to show China that America was serious and that they would stop being nice to them. As part of the moves that Haley would promote she included cutting China’s access to U.S. oil and putting an end to the trade relations that have allowed China to continue sending fentanyl into the country. She further argues that they would need to build up the U.S. military as currently China has the “strongest naval fleet in the world.”
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