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Cruz on Biden’s UN Nominee: I Have ‘No Confidence’ She Would Stand up to Beijing

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Cruz on Biden’s UN Nominee: I Have ‘No Confidence’ She Would Stand up to Beijing

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Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) reiterated his concerns about President Joe Biden’s nominee for Ambassador to the United Nations over comments she made praising the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in 2019. Cruz joined three of his colleagues on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to vote against advancing Linda Thomas-Greenfield’s nomination to the full Senate floor. In a speech during a committee hearing, he said that was concerned about Thomas-Greenfield’s pro-Beijing advocacy. “China, I believe, poses the single greatest geopolitical threat to the United States over the next century,” Cruz said. “We need a UN ambassador who will stand up to China, to China’s pervasive influence at the United Nations. And given her record, I have no confidence that this nominee would do so.” The Lone Star State senator has long been taking a hard stance against the communist regime and has been calling for a reassessment of the U.S.-China relationship in the wake of …

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