The United States would consider imposing travel restrictions on members of the Chinese Communist Party in the context of deepening, with President Donald Trump saying that further sanctions are possible and Beijing vowing to retaliate.A draft presidential proclamation would revoke visas for members of the Chinese Communist Party as well as their according to the New York Times, citing four people familiar with the proposed travel ban in the United States which could apply to as many as 92 million party members. The ban would be similar to the 2017 Muslim-majority travel ban by giving the president the opportunity to prevent foreign nationals deemed “prejudicial to the interests” of the United States from entering the country. Tensions between the increasingly rival countries have intensified in recent weeks in Hong Kong where Beijing has imposed radical and controversial national security. as well as the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, considered by the United States as a security threat. ump said it had not ruled out additional sanctions against Chinese officials following its signing of the Hong Kong Autonomy Law, legislation intended to punish Beijing for the security law. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday that the United States would impose visa restrictions on “certain employees” of Chinese technology companies, including Huawei. Earlier in the day, China summoned US Ambassador Terry Branstad to make “statutory declarations on Hong Kong law, calling it” gross interference in China’s internal affairs “. Chinese Foreign Minister said, “China will provide the necessary response to the United States’ bad actions, including sanctions against American entities and individuals.” In a statement released Wednesday evening, China’s liaison office in Hong Kong said, “unreasonable The shameless interference and threats of the United States are a typical gangster logic and intimidation. “No outside force can stop China’s determination to maintain national sovereignty and security for Hong Kong’s long-term prosperity and stability.” Wednesday evening: “The current American administration abnormally worships its own power … To what extent is the United States ready to do itself harm to harm Hong Kong? Whatever card the United States plays next, China will fight it to the end. The two countries quarreled over the treatment of the respective media, tariffs on goods, sanctions over Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Taiwan, as well as claims over the disputed South China Sea. Pompeo on Tuesday declared such allegations “illegal”, siding with the countries of Southeast Asia against Beijing. . China also said it would punish US weapons company Lockheed Martin for its role in the latest missile sale to Taiwan.
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