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China on the Rise
70 to 90 percent of America’s over-the-counter medicines are manufactured in China. Many Fortune 500 companies like Apple, Google, and Walmart have huge footprints in China. There is even talk that one of the world’s largest financial institutions, JP Morgan Chase, is looking to establish a major presence in the country.
Michael Johns, a co-founder of the Tea Party, said there is a litany of concerns the United States should have when it comes to doing business with China. Johns joins “After Dark With Rob and Andrew” to discuss China’s increasing influence around the country and world. He said the ever-growing dependency on China should be met with skepticism along with the lack of transparency over the origins of Covid19 and human rights violations against the Uighurs. In addition, unfair trade practices and environmental abuses should be reviewed.
Michael Johns is a conservative public policy leader and business executive. In 2009, he co-founded the U.S. Tea Party movement and has since served as one of its leading strategists and spokespersons. He has served as a White House speechwriter to President George H. W. Bush and frequently appears on cable news networks as a guest analyst.
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