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Senior politicians such as US Vice-President Mike Pence and House Speaker Nancy Pel

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Pence angered China on Monday by telling the Detroit Economic Club that “for the Un

ited States to make a deal with China”, Beijing needs to “respect the integrity of Hong Kong’s laws”.

亚博在线手机乌托邦”Our administration will continue to urge Beijing to act in a humanitarian manner,” Pence added.

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said in a statement, calling for a halt to intervention in China’s domestic affairs, including Hong Kong affairs.

On Aug 6, Pelosi said in a written statement that “the extraordinary outpourin

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rated her call for suspending “future sales of munitions and crowd control equipment to the Hong Kong police force”.

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