Joe Biden Should Show Solidarity with Trump’s Team against China

President Joe Biden delivers remarks to employees at the Department of State in Washington, D.C., February 4, 2021. (Freddie Everett/State Department)
Will China be allowed to exercise a silent veto power over the actions of an entire presidential administration?

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE O n Joe Biden’s first day in office, the People’s Republic of China decided to settle scores individually with people who worked in the Trump administration by announcing that 28 members of the outgoing administration would be personally sanctioned for “crazy moves which have gravely interfered in China’s internal affairs,” primarily meaning that the Trump administration called out ongoing Chinese Communist Party human-rights abuses such as genocide, concentration camps, and slavery:

They include Michael R. Pompeo, Peter K. Navarro, Robert C. O’Brien, David R. Stilwell, Matthew Pottinger, Alex M. Azar II, Keith J. Krach, and Kelly D. K. Craft of the Trump

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