China has banned several of Trump’s allies, including Pompeo
China has banned several of Trump’s allies, including former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
According to foreign media, China has banned 28 members of the Trump administration, including former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, on the day of the inauguration of the new US President Joe Biden.
China imposed the ban, citing a series of US actions against China and its interference in Chinese internal affairs.
According to the Chinese Foreign Ministry, the banned individuals include Peter Trump’s former trade adviser Peter Navarro, National Security Adviser Robert Bryan, Assistant Secretary for East Asia David Stellol, Health Secretary Alex Ezer and US envoy to the United Nations Kelly. Craft included.
China has also banned Trump’s most important allies, former national security adviser John Bolton and former adviser Stephen Benn.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry says the selfish political interests of these figures and their hatred of China show that they do not value the interests of the Chinese and American people, which is why they have been banned. The figures and their families have been barred from entering China, Hong Kong and Macau immediately.
China says companies of these figures and their affiliates have also been banned from doing business with China.
On the other hand, the administration of US President Joe Biden has called China’s move reprehensible and ineffective.