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Biden: US - China relations #1399512

MSNBC Special for Monday, Nov 14, 2022

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From Bali, Indonesia, remarks by President Biden in a Press Conference on his recent conversation with Xi Jinping, president of the People's Republic of China. Biden discusses priorities ahead of the G20 Summit: on the democracy in the US midterm elections that are being followed overseas. He shifted to the agenda: the climate crisis discussed in Egypt, at the ASEAN summit to insure our commitment to our allies to meet shared threats, meeting with Xi about our tensions & priorities in managed competition with China, our commitment to stability in Taiwan, the Russian threat in Ukraine, on G20 issues: Russian aggression & food insecurity, preparations for the next pandemic. Biden asserts America is back & keeping its commitments for progress around the world. Biden then answers questions on China and his agreements with Xi; on X's demeanor: is he more confrontational; on whether Ukraine's taking of Kherson is a turning point; on whether China can control North Korea's testing; on abortion rights. MSNBC reviews the points of Biden's meeting with Xi.

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