Liberals probably feel a bit furious about Trump making a phone call with the president of Taiwan, especially if we take into consideration that no U.S. operative has done this in years.
Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump’s probable press secretary, has appeared on CNN to discuss this with Anderson Cooper. When Anderson began his pestering, Conway has used the Obama card against him.
A lot of leftists have acted as if this call can instigate World War 3, and Cooper asked Conway about the phone call and what it meant.
“This has been long-standing U.S. policy towards China—not to recognize Taiwan,” added Cooper saying that no U.S. commander-in-chief has talked to the president of Taiwan since the relations were interrupted in 1979.
Conway claimed that Trump was “well aware of the U.S.policy,” and rebuked Anderson for his innuendos, thinking that this is more inspection than that Obama got back when he was elected president.
“I don’t remember any discussions ever being asked about President Obama or president-elect Obama eight years ago at this time,” she added.
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