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Former President Trump said that he does not agree with boycotting the Beijing Olympics in 2022 after activists have argued the U.S. should not participate in the games due to China’s reported human rights abuses.
It would be “unfair to the athletes” to boycott the games, and countries around the world would see it as “sour grapes,” Trump told Real Clear Investigations in an interview published Thursday.
The article goes on to state the following:
Trump’s remarks may come as a surprise to some considering the tense relationship the former president shared with Chinese President Xi Jinping and the country as a whole.
“I see it both ways,” Trump continued, “but I would not do that. … You go. You compete. You win.”
Trump against boycotting Beijing Olympics in 2022 https://t.co/DAJsvNci20
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“China has tremendous power over the Biden administration because of Biden himself,” Trump also said. “There was tremendous money paid to the Biden family – not only China; there were numerous other countries too, and it’s not allowed to be spoken about.”
Trump also raised questions about Biden family’s business dealing, including Biden’s son, Hunter, who is facing a federal investigation into his taxes.
“We were doing great with China. I was going to be doing things that would’ve put us on a course that would’ve been forever great, and now we have people – they almost can’t be tough on China because China knows too much about them,” he said. “It’s a very sad thing.”
Investigative Issues: An Interview With Donald Trump, Unbowed | RealClearInvestigations https://t.co/z5TSi8AOVT
— Benjamin Weingarten (@bhweingarten) June 17, 2021
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