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Friday, 24 July 2020

Trump is ready to give big shocks to China, gives dangerous signal

Trump is ready to give big shocks to China, gives dangerous signal

Tensions between the world’s two largest economies, the US and China, have risen to the extreme. Troubled by China’s antics, US President Donald Trump is now preparing to give the dragons a bigger blow. He has also hinted at closing missions other than the US-China Consulate in Houston and Texas. “As far as the closure of additional embassies is concerned, it is always possible,” Trump said in response to a question asked during Wednesday’s White House press conference about plans to close China’s missions in the country.

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Earlier, the US State Department confirmed that it had ordered the consulates in Houston and Texas to be closed by Friday due to China carrying out illegal espionage operations for years. Let us know that 24 hours ago, the US has ordered China to close its consulate in Houston. This is an extra step in the country, with President Donald Trump taking tough measures against China ahead of the presidential election in November. There is tension between the two countries over not only on the coronavirus infection issue but also on trade, human rights, Hong Kong, and China’s claims in the South China Sea.

The Trump administration’s first steps against Chinese officials, students, and researchers include travel restrictions, registration requirements, and other steps intended to reduce Chinese citizens’ presence in the US. They have taken these steps when Trump has blamed China for spreading the coronavirus in the US.

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Trump said more embassies could be closed if China does not change its behavior. “This is always possible,” he told reporters at the White House. The State Department said Chinese agents tried to steal data from institutions in Texas.

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