Trump: If Biden Wins, China Wins, It’s as Simple as That
President warns what a Biden presidency would do to America
President Donald Trump reiterated his stance on the dangers of Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden winning the election, saying it would benefit China, not America.
“If Biden wins, China wins. It’s as simple as that,” Trump said.
The President added that the former vice president was “surrendering our children’s future to countries like China.”
Trump made the remarks during a campaign rally in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
“China wants Joe Biden so badly,” he said.
Trump highlighted Biden's murky history were he passed policies allowing companies to offshore important jobs while opening American borders and sending American troops into foreign wars.
“I am running for reelection to keep jobs at home, to put violent criminals behind bars and to ensure that the future belongs to America, not China and other countries,” Trump said.
Trump also blasted Biden for his support of bad trade deals such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) .
Trump noted that Biden supported China into the World Trade Organization (WTO).
“For half a century, Joe Biden shook hands with blue-collar workers, and then he turned around and immediately stabbed them in the back,” Trump said.
Trump warned voters that Biden destroyed their communities by shipping jobs off abroad.
“He closed the factories in Baltimore and sent them to Beijing," Trump said.
"They were all sent to Beijing … He shuttered the plants in Chicago and sent them to Shanghai.”
In June, Trump called Biden “China’s dream” amid the release of his campaign ad claiming terrorist Osama bin Laden also endorsed the former vice president.
Trump referred to bin Laden’s comments were he said the United States would be in crisis if Biden became president.
“He’s China’s dream," the campaign states.
Neon Nettle reported in April that terrorist Bin Laden planned to assassinate then-President Barack Obama to send the U.S. “into a crisis" by making Biden the next president, declassified documents revealed at the time.
Last year, Fox News's Steve Hilton reported Biden's family business dealings with China's government meant that he was “compromised by a foreign power and unfit to be president."