Thursday, June 1, 2023
Thursday, June 1, 2023

    Biden says US WOULD get involved ‘militarily’ if China invaded Taiwan: White House forced to clean up his comments and insist policy has NOT changed after Beijing said there is ‘no compromise’

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    President Joe Biden affirmed he would be willing to get involved militarily if China invaded Taiwan drawing parallels between that threat and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine during a press conference Monday in Tokyo, Your Content has learned.

    President Joe Biden kicked off his first full day in Japan by meeting with Japanese Emperor Naruhito at the Imperial Palace.

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    He then met with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at Akasaka Palace.

    At a press conference with Kishida, Biden was asked if he was ‘willing to get involved militarily to defend Taiwan’

    ‘Yes,’ Biden said. ‘That’s a commitment we made’

    The president said the idea that Taiwan could be taken by force by China was not ‘appropriate’ and drew parallels to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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    Biden said Russia needed to pay a ‘longterm price’ because otherwise ‘what signal does that send to China about the cost of attempting to take Taiwan?’,‘according to CNN.

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