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Russia vilifies Biden, China looks forward to Trump defeat?

Source: newsin.us
[International News]     09 Aug 2020
U.S. intelligence agencies assess that Russia, China and Iraq are and may try to intervene in the 2020 U.S. presidential election. China will rule the United States if Biden is elected, Trump commented. Chinese netizens disagree. U.S. National Center for Counterintelligence and Security Director Ivanina (WilliamEvanina) issued a statement on Friday (August 7), revealing the latest assessment of th...
Russia vilifies Biden, China looks forward to Trump defeat?

 

U.S. intelligence agencies assess that Russia, China and Iraq are and may try to intervene in the 2020 U.S. presidential election. China will rule the United States if Biden is elected, Trump commented. Chinese netizens disagree.

U.S. National Center for Counterintelligence and Security Director Ivanina (William Evanina) issued a statement on Friday (August 7), revealing the latest assessment of the threat facing the November presidential election, AP reported.

"Many foreign actors have their own preferences for the elected, and they express this through a series of public and private statements, and the practice of covert influence is relatively rare ," said Ivanina. "

The latest statement also warns that hostile foreign actors may seek to undermine electoral infrastructure, interfere in electoral processes and challenge election results. However, U. S. intelligence officials believe that these measures seriously affect the election results are less likely. This is the most detailed information that u.s. intelligence agencies have so far disclosed about foreign intervention in the 2020 election, after months of escalating warnings about such activities, but generally vague.


China does not want Trump re-election

U.S. intelligence officials believe China has its own bias toward the winners of the U.S. election, but a statement issued on Friday did not directly point to Beijing's intervention in the election, nor did it mention Beijing's steps to support Biden.

China sees Trump "as unpredictable" and does not want him to be re-elected, the statement said. The statement added that China is also trying to expand its influence before the U.S. election, trying to influence the direction of U.S. policy and pressure anti-Beijing politicians in its eyes.

The relationship between China and the United States has deteriorated recently, and Trump government issued an executive order on Thursday after closing each other's consulates, banning deals with Chinese social app and TikTok 45 days later.

"Although China will continue to weigh the risks and benefits of a tough approach, over the past few months China has grown increasingly critical of the U.S. authorities response to the new crown, the closure of its consulate in Houston, and other issues ," Ivanina continued. "

On the same day that the US intelligence agency issued a statement, Yang Jiechi, member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee and Director of the Office of the Central Foreign Affairs Commission, published a signed article stating that China has no interest in interfering in the internal affairs of the United States and the United States should also respect China's choice of its own development path.


Russian "vilification" of Biden

With regard to Russia, U.S. intelligence officials have assessed that Russia is trying to "discredit" Biden and his supporters as anti-Russian "establishment ". Ivanina said that during Biden's presidency of the United States, Russia's criticism of his role in Ukrainian policy and support for the opposition in Russia continued.

U.S. intelligence officials say Russian-friendly Ukrainian politician Andriy Derkach Dukach has been "spreading unsubstantiated accusations against Biden and his son corruption, including revealing leaked phone records ". Mr. Biden's son, Hunter Biden (Hunter Biden), served on the board of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma. American intelligence officials also believe Kremlin-related figures are trying to push Trump for re-election through social media.

Besides China and Russia, Iran is mentioned in the latest threat assessment of the US election. According to the assessment, Tehran sought to undermine the democratic institutions and Trump, of the United States and split the United States before the elections. "Iran's efforts in these areas may focus on online influence, such as the dissemination of false information on social media and the repeated posting of anti-American content ," Ivanina wrote ." Tehran believes that if the president Trump re-election, the United States will continue to press Iran for regime change, which is part of Iran's motivation to intervene in the election campaign. "

"The last person Russia wants to see in the office, I think, is me, because no one is tougher than me ," said Trump, who appeared to disagree with the agency's assessment of Russia when he was asked about the statement at journalist meeting in New Jersey on the same day. "

"If Biden becomes president, then China will rule the United States ," Trump seems to agree with the intelligence agency's assessment that China does not want him to be re-elected. "


Chinese netizens: We all support you, gay Jianguo

Trump's comments in china's social media immediately reverberated, netizens have joked that they do not want to rule such a chaotic us, hope he re-elected. The online information blogger, who has more than 6.2 million Sina Weibo fans, responded :" No, no, come see, we all support you ." Shi Wei Weibo ", who has more than 1.7 million fans in Jianguo gay .", said :" the second half sentence is like this: let me continue to destroy the United States ".

Russia vilifies Biden, China looks forward to Trump defeat?

 

Netizens in China jokingly call Trump "the founding of the people's Republic of Sichuan ", to satirize Trump improper leadership of the United States is actually strengthening China. "On the contrary, Chinese netizens want you to be re-elected because you make the United States strange and the world hates it ," Hu Xijin, editor-in-chief of the Global Times, explained in a Twitter late in May Trump in response to accusations that China wanted to help Biden win the election. You help China unite and make international news as fun as comedy. Chinese netizens call you "Jianguo', which means' help build China'."

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