Donald Trump attracted criticism from China after the president-elect stated that the U.S. did not necessarily have to stick to the “One China” policy.
China’s foreign ministry said in a scheduled briefing that it was extremely concerned with Trump’s comments, with spokesman Geng Shuang telling reporters that the policy was the basis of relations between the world’s two largest economies.
The government’s official response came after the Communist Party-owned paper, Global Times, published an opinion piece with the headline: “Trump, please listen clearly, the One China policy cannot be traded” as it warned Trump that China cannot “be easily bullied”.
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