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• Communist China’s three big telecom carriers asked the New York Stock Exchange to rethink their planned delisting.
o Mr. Lu De and the guests agree that these companies would not be able to return to the U.S. market, at least in the near future.
o The Biden administration will need time to weigh the pros and cons before making a final decision. And for now, it will certainly maintain the previous administration’s decision.
o Xi probably does not want this to happen because Jiang Zemin’s family runs these companies.
• Since the Biden administration is still in a lot of uncertainty, many top leaders from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) must pay even closer attention to the Lu De Media. Their media news outlets, after all, never tell the truth.
• Anthony Blinken, secretary of state, said on Tuesday, Joe Biden’s administration will continue to recognize Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the South American country’s president.
o At least in Venezuela’s case, the Biden administration has not sided with the CCP’s Maduro regime.
o Biden’s National Security Council weighed in, calling the CCP’s sanctions on American officials “unproductive and cynical,” urging Americans from both parties to criticize the move.
o At least the Biden administration’s attitude toward the CCP so far has not disappointed everyone too much.
• Mr. Lu De shares some more of what happened before President Trump left office.
o President Trump was supposed to issue more executive orders before he left office, for example, sanctioning Communist China’s banks and freezing the overseas assets of top CCP’s leaders.
o President Trump was considering including Dr. Yan Limeng in the Presidential Commission.
o All these things didn’t happen in the end and were traded out. The CCP Infiltrated not only Biden’s family but President Trump’s, too. They’ve been betting both sides.
o Politics is all about bargaining, compromise, and making agreements. The reason why Biden is now in power must have been through several behind-the-scenes negotiations.
o But the Whistleblower Movement will always support President Trump.