President Biden spreads his wings to defend “Taiwan”, saying he is ready to launch if China attacks!
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President Biden spreads his wings – On October 22 CNN and the BBC reports concerns about the escalating relationship between the United States and China. two superpowers
After US President Joe Biden reiterated that the United States was ready to defend Taiwan if China launched an offensive, “yes, we are committed to doing so,” Biden responded to reporters who asked US stance on Taiwan.
conflict with Strategic Ambiguity Policy that the United States uses to maintain peace between China and Taiwan The United States does not support Taiwan’s independence, but will support Taiwan’s security equipment to prevent Chinese aggression.
However, a White House spokesperson later said Biden’s statement did not change US policy.
The move comes amid tensions in the Taiwan Strait. After the Chinese military led a squadron of more than 150 fighter jets, the most in four decades, flew past Taiwan’s air defense zones in recent days in early October.
Biden also said he was not worried about a deliberate military conflict with the Chinese government. The whole world knows that we have the most powerful army in the history of the world. Do not be afraid that they will have a stronger power. The concern is that they will be involved in any activity. That puts them in a position where they might make a serious mistake or not more.”
Mr Biden reiterated that he did not want to be in a protracted conflict. Before referring to his relationship with Chinese President Xi Jinping,
“I have spoken and spent more time with Lord Xi Jinping than any other world leader. That is why you hear people say that Biden wants to start a new Cold War with China. I don’t want a cold war with China. I want China to understand that we will not step back and change our perspective.”
As Taiwan’s presidential palace responds to Mr Biden’s remarks, Taiwan will not succumb to pressure or act recklessly when supported.
“Taiwan will show its determination to defend itself,” Xavier Cheng, spokesman for President Tsai Ing-wen, said in a statement. He also thanked the administration of President Biden’s government for their strong support to Kaiwan.