China is the strongest and most disciplined ‘enemy’ the US has ever faced, warns Nikki Haley

WASHINGTON: China is the toughest and most disciplined “enemy” the United States has ever faced, Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley has warned.
In an impressive speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference – the main annual event for the Republican Party and its support base – the Indian-American politician continued to focus on American foreign policywhere she asserted that the United States should not help countries that hate it.
“Never in my life would I have thought that Americans would look up at the sky and see a Chinese spy balloon we watch. It was a national embarrassment,” she said Friday in reference to the recent spy balloon incident.
The balloon, which Beijing denies being a government spy ship, spent a week flying over the United States and Canada before being shot down off the Atlantic coast last month.
“Make no mistake: Communist China is the strongest and most disciplined enemy we have ever faced. We have to hold China accountable. Let’s start with the Covid, ”she said.
The United States accuses China of spreading the virus.
Huanan Market in central China’s city of Wuhan was the epicenter of the pandemic. From its origin there, the SARS-CoV-2 virus quickly spread to other places in Wuhan in late 2019 and then to the rest of the world.
“And before we even talk about the cartels, we have to face the fact that China is the one sending fentanyl across our border,” Haley said.
Huanan Market in central China’s city of Wuhan was the epicenter of the pandemic. From its origin there, the SARS-CoV-2 virus quickly spread to other places in Wuhan in late 2019 and then to the rest of the world.
The 51-year-old South Carolina governor and former US ambassador to the United Nations officially launched her 2024 presidential bid last month.
Since then, she has also caught the attention of the party and the national public. In the party primaries, she would fight against her former boss and former President Donald Trump. She is the only woman in the 2024 presidential race so far.
“I can’t believe what Joe Biden is letting China do. Chinese companies now own over 380,000 acres of American soil, including some right next to our military bases. What are we doing? We don’t should never let an enemy buy land in our country. And we have to tell every university – you can either take Chinese money or American money, but you’re not going to get both anymore,” Haley said. , articulating its policy on China.
China thinks the American era is over, as do all enemies of the United States, the former South Carolina governor has said. “But they’re wrong. America hasn’t passed its peak. It’s just that our politicians have passed theirs,” she said.
Haley’s speech was well received by the public, who gathered in the nation’s capital from across the country for the three-day conference, which is addressed among others by Trump and Vivek Ramaswamy, the other Native American to be entered the presidential race.
In his speech, Haley was highly critical of the ruling Democratic Party, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
“I am running for president to stop America’s downward spiral into socialism and end the self-hatred that has gripped our country. I am running for president to renew an America strong and proud, not weak and awake,” she said.
“When I look to the future, I see our country rededicated to freedom and opportunity. But when I look to the present, I see the opposite. Joe Biden and the Democrats give us oppression, poverty and anarchy,” she said and affirmed. that she entered the race for the White House to overturn this.
“The Democratic Party is now a socialist party. Bernie Sanders and the AOC (Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez) are at least honest about it. Look how much taxpayer money Biden has wasted since taking office “On Joe Biden’s watch, we’ve reached $31 billion in national debt. He’s put us on track to add another $20 trillion over the next 10 years,” she said. declared.
Socialism, Haley said, weakens the United States at the worst possible time.
“We need an economy that can outperform China. But the only competition Democrats want is who gets the most ‘triggered,'” she added. Haley, the former US ambassador to the United Nations, urged her fellow Republicans to vote for the younger generation.
“I have a special message for you, my fellow conservatives. We have lost the popular vote in seven of the last eight presidential elections. Our cause is just, but we have failed to win the confidence of a majority of “Americans. This ends now. . If you’re sick of losing, then trust a new generation. And if you want to win – not just as a party, but as a country – then support me,” she said.
After Haley concluded her speech, some of the attendees chanted, “Trump, Trump, Trump.”
Born Nimrata Nikki Randhawa to Punjabi immigrant Sikh parents, Haley is the third Indian-American to run for the US presidency in three consecutive election cycles. Bobby Jindal ran in 2016 and Vice President Kamala Harris in 2020.
Days after Haley announced his candidacy for the White House, Indian-American tech entrepreneur Viveak Ramaswamy, another Republican, also launched his 2024 presidential bid.
Before entering the presidential ballot, Haley must win the Republican Party’s presidential primary which begins in January next year.
The next US presidential election is scheduled for November 5, 2024.


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