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The pro-democracy rally in Hong Kong, fueled by an extradition law, entered the 12th week. Pictured, high school students attend a meeting on August 22 at Edinburgh Place

China today destroyed the United States for hindering their internal affairs after an American politician urged the rest of the world to confront Beijing as Hong Kong demonstrators.

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The Republican Kentucky Senator, Mitch McConnell, said Tuesday: & # 39; China's trading partners, including the US, should make it clear that a crackdown (against Hong Kong) would have real and painful costs. & # 39;

He also wrote: & # 39; The world awakens to China's violent and aggressive practices … Every trade nation and democracy that values ‚Äč‚Äčindividual freedom and privacy has an interest here. & # 39;

The pro-democracy rally in Hong Kong, fueled by an extradition law, entered the 12th week. Pictured, high school students attend a meeting on August 22 at Edinburgh Place

The pro-democracy rally in Hong Kong, fueled by an extradition law, entered the 12th week. Pictured, high school students attend a meeting on August 22 at Edinburgh Place

High school students raise their phone while they & # 39; Do You Hear the People Sing & # 39; singing from & # 39; Les Miserables & # 39; while attending a meeting at Edinburgh Place in Hong Kong on August 22

High school students raise their phone while they & # 39; Do You Hear the People Sing & # 39; singing from & # 39; Les Miserables & # 39; while attending a meeting at Edinburgh Place in Hong Kong on August 22

High school students raise their phone while they & # 39; Do You Hear the People Sing & # 39; singing from & # 39; Les Miserables & # 39; while attending a meeting at Edinburgh Place in Hong Kong on August 22

Protesters use laser pointers to beam at police officers during a protest in Hong Kong on August 17
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Protesters use laser pointers to beam at police officers during a protest in Hong Kong on August 17

Protesters use laser pointers to beam at police officers during a protest in Hong Kong on August 17

Senate Majority Leader McConnell made the comments in an op-ed entitled & # 39; We Stand with Hong Kong & # 39 ;, published by Wall Street Journal.

The article said that Hong Kong protesters want their freedoms to be preserved, the autonomy of the area respected, and justice for those who have detained, brutal or murdered the security forces.

He claimed that the unrest in Hong Kong was caused by & # 39; Beijing's systematic shaking of his domestic oppression and his pursuit of hegemony abroad & # 39 ;.

China has ridiculed Kentucky Republican senator Mitch McConnell (photo) after urging the world to help Hong Kong protesters and resist Beijing in a column entitled & # 39; We Stand with Hong Kong & # 39; . The Beijing spokesperson suggested that Mr. Abraham Lincoln's McConnell teaches

China has ridiculed Kentucky Republican senator Mitch McConnell (photo) after urging the world to help Hong Kong protesters and resist Beijing in a column entitled & # 39; We Stand with Hong Kong & # 39; . The Beijing spokesperson suggested that Mr. Abraham Lincoln's McConnell teaches

China has ridiculed Kentucky Republican senator Mitch McConnell (photo) after urging the world to help Hong Kong protesters and resist Beijing in a column entitled & # 39; We Stand with Hong Kong & # 39; . The Beijing spokesperson suggested that Mr. Abraham Lincoln's McConnell teaches

US Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell showed his support to pro-democracy protesters from Hong Kong in a tweet earlier this month. Beijing also condemned the comments
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US Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell showed his support to pro-democracy protesters from Hong Kong in a tweet earlier this month. Beijing also condemned the comments

US Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell showed his support to pro-democracy protesters from Hong Kong in a tweet earlier this month. Beijing also condemned the comments

Geng Shuang, a spokesperson for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, mocked the & # 39; irresponsible & # 39; from Mr McConnell and said that he intended to create tensions between China and other countries with malicious intent & # 39 ;.

Mr. Geng urged Mr. McConnell to learn from Abraham Lincoln.

& # 39; Former US President, Lincoln said: & # 39; You can sometimes fool all people, and some people all the time, but you can't always fool all people. & # 39; I have given this quote from Lincoln to some people, hoping that they would listen to Lincoln's advice … & Mr. 39 said.

President Trump has also given his support to Hong Kong and China protesters that the US has found it & # 39; very difficult & # 39; to continue trade negotiations if violence is used to suppress the protests
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President Trump has also given his support to Hong Kong and China protesters that the US has found it & # 39; very difficult & # 39; to continue trade negotiations if violence is used to suppress the protests

President Trump and Chinese President Xi (photo) had a meeting about the trade war in June

President Trump and Chinese President Xi (photo) had a meeting about the trade war in June

President Trump has also given his support to Hong Kong and China protesters that the US has found it & # 39; very difficult & # 39; to continue trade negotiations if violence is used to suppress the protests. President Trump and Chinese President Xi had a meeting about the trade war in June

The spokesperson also warned Mr. McConnell to stop challenging & # 39; the IQ of the people of the world & # 39; with his opinions.

Ik I must emphasize again, Hong Kong is Hong Kong in China and Hong Kong is a matter for China. The American side should not intervene, intervene or act as desired, & Mr Geng concluded.

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This is not the first time that Mr McConnell's comments have been criticized by China.

In the tweet earlier this month, Mr. McConnell said: & # 39; The people in Hong Kong bravely challenged the Chinese Communist Party while Beijing tried to violate their autonomy and freedom. Any violent approach would be completely unacceptable. As I said on the senate floor: the world watches. & # 39;

His comments caused indignation in China.

Beijing accused him and the House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi of the & # 39; black hand & # 39; behind the Hong Kong protesters, of whom the Communist Party said they were no different than & # 39; terrorists & # 39 ;.

Beijing also criticizes the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, for its comments

Beijing also criticizes the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, for its comments

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Beijing also criticizes the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, for its comments

Democrat Pelosi tweeted: & # 39; It is alarming to see how # HongKong police, with the support of Beijing, are intensifying the use of violence against demonstrators and labeling them as violent criminals & # 39;

Democrat Pelosi tweeted: & # 39; It is alarming to see how # HongKong police, with the support of Beijing, are intensifying the use of violence against demonstrators and labeling them as violent criminals & # 39;

Democrat Pelosi tweeted: & # 39; It is alarming to see how # HongKong police, with the support of Beijing, are intensifying the use of violence against demonstrators and labeling them as violent criminals & # 39;

Democrat Pelosi tweeted on August 12: & # 39; It is alarming to see how # HongKong police, with the support of Beijing, are intensifying their use of violence against demonstrators and labeling them violent criminals.

& # 39; I urge Carrie Lam to meet with protest leaders to listen to and act on their legitimate grievances, including revoking extradition law, ending police violence and granting general voting rights.

& # 39; The people in Hong Kong are trying to keep the promise of One Country – Two Systems. If we do not stand up for human rights in China due to commercial interests, we lose all moral authority to speak out elsewhere. & # 39;

Ms. Clinton wrote on August 13: & # 39; May we all show solidarity with the people of Hong Kong as they speak for democracy, freedom of repression, and a world they want to see & # 39;

Ms. Clinton wrote on August 13: & # 39; May we all show solidarity with the people of Hong Kong as they speak for democracy, freedom of repression, and a world they want to see & # 39;

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Ms. Clinton wrote on August 13: & # 39; May we all show solidarity with the people of Hong Kong as they speak for democracy, freedom of repression, and a world they want to see & # 39;

Hillary Clinton was destroyed in China after supporting Hong Kong in a tweet last week

Hillary Clinton was destroyed in China after supporting Hong Kong in a tweet last week

Hillary Clinton was destroyed in China after supporting Hong Kong in a tweet last week

The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs has repeatedly urged Washington to interfere with its own affairs and to stay outside of Hong Kong.

Beijing has also banned two American warships to visit Hong Kong in the midst of rising political tensions.

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President Trump has expressed his support to Hong Kong and China protesters that the US has found it & # 39; very difficult & # 39; to continue trade negotiations if violence is used to suppress the protests.

& # 39; I think it's very hard to go if they violate, I mean, if it's Tiananmen Square again, & # 39; Trump told reporters in New Jersey on Sunday. & # 39; I find it very difficult to do when there is violence. & # 39;

Images and photos show that China has mobilized hundreds of military vehicles and more than 10,000 paramilitary police in a city bordering on Hong Kong, fearing a tough approach.

China has gathered troops at the border with Hong Kong after the protests escalated this month

China has gathered troops at the border with Hong Kong after the protests escalated this month

China has gathered troops at the border with Hong Kong after the protests escalated this month

Chinese paramilitary officers and trucks are seen at the Shenzhen Bay Sports Center in Shenzhen
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Chinese paramilitary officers and trucks are seen at the Shenzhen Bay Sports Center in Shenzhen

Chinese paramilitary officers and vehicles are seen at a sports center in Shenzhen, China

Hong Kong and the Chinese city of Shenzhen have a border of 37 kilometers

Hong Kong and the Chinese city of Shenzhen have a border of 37 kilometers

Hong Kong and the Chinese city of Shenzhen have a border of 37 kilometers

President Trump also said that he had received information from the US intelligence service about a sudden force on the border with Hong Kong.

In response to Trump's comments, Beijing emphasized that Hong Kong affairs were part of China's domestic affairs.

Beijing said it hoped President Trump and his government could stick to his earlier remark.

President Trump said: & # 39; Because Hong Kong is a part of China. They have to arrange that themselves. They don't need advice. & # 39;

China and the United States lock horns during a trade war that lasted more than a year, alongside the spit in Hong Kong.

The two countries hope to resolve the tariff struggle through negotiations.

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