“Trumps are fighters,’ Ivanka Trump tells Fox Business’ Trish Regan as they sit down to discuss President Trump’s impeachment inquiry on Friday.
“We have our priorities in the White House,” Ivanka said. “We are fighting every day for the American worker. We’re fighting every day to improve the quality of life for every single person in this country and we’re delivering in that fight and on that promise — that’s our priority.”
Donald Trump called on China to investigate Joe Biden over Ukraine call and his son’s scandalous deals with Communist China.
“China should start an investigation into the Bidens,” Mr Trump said in remarks to reporters outside the White House on Thursday.
Mr Trump said he had not directly asked Chinese President Xi Jinping to investigate Mr Biden and his son Hunter but said it was “certainly something we could start thinking about”.
When Donald Trump is taking on Communist China in tough stance, his adversary corrupt Joe Biden also made the claim to challenge Communist China. Biden tweeted on CCP’s National Day: “The brave people of Hong Kong deserve the full support of the United States as they demand the civil liberties and autonomy promised to them. Violent suppression is unacceptable. The world is watching.”
Accusing President Trump of abuses and weakness on pressing the Chinese Communist dictatorship, Joe Biden has not forgotten to take the Hong Kong crisis seriously to put some make-up onto his masked face and act as a democratic fighter. “A president who abuses the power of the Oval Office to win re-election, turns his back on the fight for democracy in Hong Kong, and puts his own self-interest above the public good,” Biden said in his tweet.
Nancy Pelosi lashed out at Donald Trump’s foreign policy slamming him for congratulating China on 70 years of communism.
“Yesterday the Chinese observed their 70th anniversary, at the same time the president was very positive about that. Well, observing their anniversary is one thing, praising them for it is another when they have serious repression going on right now in China,” the House Speaker chastised during a press conference Wednesday morning.
Earlier Friday, Pelosi again tweeted: “What did Donald Trump promise China in exchange for interfering in our election? An easier deal on trade? Ignoring crackdown on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement? Condoning repression of religious freedom?”
To counter Communist China’s human rights abuses, Nancy Pelosi is also a fighter. More and more Americans have joined the fight.
Ahead of more trade talks, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said the Trump administration continued to monitor freedom and democracy protests in Hong Kong, which he said could have an impact on the talks.
Moving into 18 consecutive weeks, Hong Kong protests are not slowing down. Hong Kong’s embattled leader, Carrie Lam, announced on Friday a new anti-mask law intended to quell the city’s escalating unrest, fuelled by roiling public anger towards perceived police brutality.
Hong Kong police said on Friday that another 14-year-old boy was shot in the thigh during widespread demonstrations against a ban on face masks.
Chinese Central government says chaos in the city can’t go on forever and action must be taken to stop Hong Kong version of a colour revolution.
But the courageous Hong Kongers are not backing down. Too many young protesters have pledged to fight to the end. They are the greatest fighters of this century.
Last night Hong Kong students have turned out in their hundreds to denounce a policeman for shooting and wounding a teenager. Organisers said that rally attracted at least 100,000 people.
Determined to “Fight Back!” and thumb their noses at Chinese President Xi Jinping, protesters ignored a security clampdown that saw nearly four dozen subway stations closed.
On Saturday morning, Hong Kong’s extensive rail network known as the MTR was entirely shut down for the first time in the city’s history. Some Shopping malls, a major supermarket chain and some banks were also closed on Saturday morning.
Chanting anti-China slogans and “Freedom for Hong Kong,” tens of thousands of peaceful marchers from all walks of life dressed in mournful black also demonstrated along a broad thoroughfare downtown in defiance of the police ban.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, has said that the extent of violence during Hong Kong’s four months of anti-government unrest warrants an independent probe.
Reuters reports that Bachelet asked Hong Kong authorities to launch an “effective, prompt, independent and impartial investigation” into the handling of the protests.
Senator Marco Rubio tweeted, “Rather than focusing on finding a political solution to the on-going situation in
#HongKong, Carrie Lam uses emergency ordinance to ban masks. The government of Hong Kong should reconsider its priorities if it wants to remain a global hub.”
To stand with Hong Kong and to counter communist China, countless warrior friends across the world have joined the fight in the battleground opened by CCP killer Guo Wengui and his devoting followers.
We are all fighters!
By Cloudy Seagail