Graham goes to Taipei

“The American people understand how important you are to us. We are going to make China pay a bigger price for what they are doing all over the world. The never-ending cyber attacks on your economy by Communist Chinese needs to come with a price”


US Senator Lindsey Graham speaking during a trip at the weekend to visit Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen. The senior Republican politician added: “If America abandons Taiwan it will change the world fundamentally for the worse.” Thousands of miles away in the race to win a Pennsylvania Senate seat in next month’s Republican primary China was also a political rallying cry as candidate Mehmet Oz attacked his opponent David McCormick as a “pro-China, Wall Street insider”.


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