Xi Jinping Tells Biden China Will Retake Taiwan, Biden Signals He’s ‘Aggressively Trying To Avoid Conflict’
TOPSHOT - US President Joe Biden greets Chinese President Xi Jinping before a meeting during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders' week in Woodside, California on November 15, 2023. Biden and Xi will try to prevent the superpowers' rivalry spilling into conflict when they meet for the first time in a year at a high-stakes summit in San Francisco on Wednesday. With tensions soaring over issues including Taiwan, sanctions and trade, the leaders of the world's largest economies are expected to hold at least three hours of talks at the Filoli country estate on the city's outskirts.

Chinese communist dictator Xi Jinping told President Joe Biden to his face last month that China is going to take over Taiwan and that there was nothing the U.S. could do to stop it.

The way that his private remarks were delivered to Biden was described by NBC News as “blunt and candid,” as he said that China preferred that the process happened peacefully, although warned that China would use its military if any foreign power tried to stop China from achieving its goal.

While U.S. Military officials believed that Xi intends to take over Taiwan as soon as 2025, he said that no official timeline has been decided upon at this point. U.S. officials were concerned about the timing of his remarks as Taiwan prepares to conduct elections and China has shown increased belligerence toward the island nation.

The report said that the Biden administration was “aggressively trying to avoid a military conflict with China,” a move likely to embolden Chinese military action as Biden’s weakness on foreign policy issues around the world have led to countless examples of increased aggression from America’s adversaries.

Biden himself said after the meeting that what he was “all about” was making sure the U.S.-China relationship “doesn’t result in conflict,” which comes as the communist nation steals billions of dollars of intellectual property per year from the U.S. and floods America’s streets with fentanyl by giving the Mexican drug cartels the precursor chemicals that it needs to make the lethal drug.


Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) responded to the report by calling on Democrats and Republicans to come together to defeat the Chinese threat to Taiwan.

“This story as reported is beyond unnerving,” Graham said. “I will be working with Democratic and Republican Senators to do two things quickly. First, create a robust defense supplemental for Taiwan and second, draft pre-invasion sanctions from hell to impose on China if they take action to seize Taiwan.”

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