Biden’s ‘squandered opportunity’ with China’s Xi leaves US in ‘dangerous situation,’ Gen. Jack Keane warns
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Fox News senior strategic analyst Gen. Jack Keane (ret.) discusses Biden’s meeting with President Xi Jinping as China continues to ‘penetrate’ U.S. society.
U.S. military experts are calling out President Joe Biden’s bluff after he told reporters Monday following his meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping that there’s no "imminent" threat of a Taiwan invasion or potential second Cold War.
On "Mornings with Maria" Tuesday, Fox News senior strategic analyst Ret. Gen. Jack Keane expressed concerns about the lackluster outcome of the leaders’ first face-to-face meeting since Biden took office.
"The urgent situation we have is the threat of war, and that is the most dangerous situation the United States is facing," Gen. Keane told host Maria Bartiromo. "And, yes, the fact that we're outgunned and outmanned in the Indo-Pacific region accentuates the real danger that's here. We're having people who are in uniform saying if we go to war with China, we could actually lose that war."
Likewise, Hudson Institute’s Center on Chinese Strategy Director Michael Pillsbury told "The Claman Countdown" Monday that he does not see a "lot of progress" and warned that there could be "continuing conflict" after the meeting between the leaders of the two largest economies.
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"I think there is a Cold War underway," Pillsbury told Liz Claman in an exclusive interview. "I think it's nice that both sides want to defuse the harsh rhetoric, but nothing really is changed because of this three-hour meeting in Bali."