China’s analyst Gordon Chang said Monday that the United States should not enrich “a hostile regime” that is to configure its military to kill Americans.
In an interview on Fox News, Chang expressed support for President Trump’s idea to completely disintegrate the US economy from China, describing the move as “a perfectly good idea”.
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“China is configuring its military to kill Americans,” Chang said “Bill Hemmer reports.”
“We should not enrich hostile regimes with our business and with our investments. I believe that decoupling is what we have to do especially this year.”
Chang’s comments suggest that a recent Pentagon report said that China plans to double its reserves of nuclear war this decade – including those designed for ballistic missiles and access to the US Can. The report includes a watch for Trump’s decision.
“[President] Xi Jinping is increasingly talking about the notion that China has a heaven mandate to rule the world, “Chang explained.” [beleive that they] Not only do they have the right to do it, they have an obligation to do it.
“I think China believes it needs to move fast and that means we are not looking at the problems in 2030, we are going to see now.”
“He has become very specific about this in public and so has his officers, which means they are trying to change the international system, not to compete within it” Chang said.
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The author of “The Coming Name of China” warned that China’s government is working fast to close the window of opportunity due to problems in the economy, environment, demographics.
“I think China believes that it needs to move fast and that means we are not looking at the problems in 2030, now we are going to see the problems,” he emphasized.
Trump, during an exclusive interview with Fox News ‘Steve Hilton’ last month, expressed the possibility of breaking ties with the communist country.
Trump said at the time, “There is no country that has framed us more than China….” “We lose billions, billions of dollars. We don’t get anything from China. Yes, we get some items that we can produce ourselves….”[but] We do not get anything. We all lose money.
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As far as their historic trade agreement was signed by the two countries in January, Trump said that the agreement was “the same for me” after his misbehavior of coronoviruses and said “if they don’t treat us right, So “he definitely” will “part ways with Beijing.