Biden says 'yes' US would defend Taiwan against China

Biden says 'yes' US would defend Taiwan against China

22/10/2021 7:30:00 AM

Biden says 'yes' US would defend Taiwan against China

BALTIMORE — US President Joe Biden on Thursday (Oct 21) said the United States would defend Taiwan if the island were attacked by China, which considers it part of its territory.

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