A campaign ad by a super PAC supporting Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley falsely claimed that Gov. Ron DeSantis “fast-tracked” deals with China. (Video: @NikkiHaley | YouTube)of Republicans in Iowa, whose voters will be the first to weigh in on the presidential race when they have their caucuses Jan. 15. It’s been a stunning drop for DeSantis, once seen as Trump’s main rival, and a rapid rise for Haley.
The ad concludes with some tough talk on China by Haley. “Communist China won’t just lose. Communist China will end up on the ash heap of history,” she declares.The ad sets up the claim about trade deals with this line: “DeSantis gave millions to Chinese companies.” The citation isfrom February 2020 titled “Lexmark, Lenovo tech funnels data to China intelligence services.” The article reported on a study that claimed Chinese-owned technology companies posed a security challenge.
Preya Samsundar, a spokesperson for Stand for America, flooded us with material to make the case that by voting for TPA, DeSantis was allowing Obama to negotiate the. That deal, which Donald Trump ultimately rejected, included the United States, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam.So where’s China? Samsundar argued that there were indications that China might one day join the Trans-Pacific Partnership. headtopics.com
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