Remember when the MSM went nuts over President Trump’s meeting and phone calls with Russian President Vladimir Putin with just an interpreter? Those conversations do not come close to what Joe Biden did with Chairman Xi. Per usual, it was Biden’s own mouth that reveals what the press ignores.
In describing Trump’s comparatively limited one-on-one conversations, The Washington Post asked Strobe Talbott.
This is what he said:
“Trump’s secrecy surrounding Putin ‘is not only unusual by historical standards, it is outrageous,’ said Strobe Talbott, a former deputy secretary of state now at the Brookings Institution, who participated in more than a dozen meetings between President Bill Clinton and then-Russian President Boris Yeltsin in the 1990s. “It handicaps the U.S. government — the experts and advisers and Cabinet officers who are there to serve [the president] — and it certainly gives Putin much more scope to manipulate Trump.”
This is something that ALL the media missed from “Foreign Affairs Issue Launch with Former Vice President Joe Biden” held on January 23, 2018.
Biden stated: “I’ve spent a lot of time—apparently, I was told by the folks at State—I’ve spent more time in private meetings with Xi Jinping than any world leader. I have 25 hours of private dinners with him, just he and I, and one interpreter.”
Let’s see what Strobe Talbott and The Washington Post have to say about this historical outrage, because it certainly gave Chairman Xi much “more scope to manipulate” Joe Biden. Even more importantly, why did Secretaries of State John Kerry, Hillary Clinton and President Obama authorize these meetings, and what did Vice President Joe Biden discuss in those private tête-à-tête’s with Chairman Xi, the leader of communist China? Where are the transcripts and the outrage?
What we do know is that Hunter Biden and John Kerry’s stepson, Chris Heinz, and their mysterious partner Devin Archer, received a more than a $1 billion investment in their Rosemont Seneca private equity fund from the state-owned Bank of China.
As always, follow the money.
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By Jack Maxey