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Pence wants to stir up criticism of China: Russian efforts "fade in comparison"

Vice President Mike Pence Michael (Mike) Richard PenceTrump "Babyblimp" flies in Washington State for pence visit GOP sets 2020 Charlotte Convention for late August On the verge of a transformative space technology MORE is expected on Speak on Thursday calling on China for its alleged efforts to influence American politics and politics.

The Associated Press reported that Pence will tighten the Trump government's criticism of Beijing and cite a secret service official who told him Russian actions "to influence the American elections compared to what China is doing throughout the country" [1

9659004] "China wants another American president," Pence said in a speech at the Hudson Institute after excerpts of prepared remarks from the AP

"China targets governments and officials of the US, state, and local communities Any split between the federal and local levels on s olicy, "Pence is reported to say. "It uses wedge issues, such as trade tariffs, to fuel Beijing's political influence."

The Trump administration has been involved in an escalating trade dispute with China in recent months, with President Trump Donald John Trump Trump: "The US is with Kavanaugh all the way" Sasse: I encouraged Trump, to select someone other than Kavanaugh Sasse: Trump's rhetoric on Ford "wrong", but not surprising MORE Ordering more than $ 250 billion for Chinese goods and Beijing US imports of tens of billions of dollars.

Even in military matters, the two countries have not closed their eyes, especially as far as activities in the South China Sea are concerned.

Pence will deal with that. He also swears that the US will "not be intimidated" and "not stand still".

Trump tightened tensions last week at the United Nations General Assembly, where he claimed that China was getting involved The US 2018 elections hurt Republicans because Beijing is dissatisfied with its trade policy.

China rejected the allegation during the UN session and said the country "did not interfere in the internal affairs of a country."

The Trump The government's claims that China is trying to undermine it comes about a month before the midterm elections in which Republicans are trying to fend off the Democrats' efforts to retake control of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

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