Fire in consulate courtyard, US accuses China of spying


Earlier this summer, Former Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, Sen. Marco Rubio, Sen. Tom Cotton, and others publicly called for China to solve its human rights issues. And since the beginning of COVID-19, President Trump has been aggressive in his rhetoric against China and their handling of the virus. 

This week, the Commerce Department sanctioned 11 Chinese companies over human rights abuse allegations and the Justice Department said American intellectual property and COVID-19 vaccine information has been stolen at the hands of the Chinese. 


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