Video: Terry Jeffrey: the U.S. strategic concessions to Communist China under Bush and Clinton (2008)

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August 07, 2008 — Chinese expert and journalist Terry Jeffrey, in a classic 2001 edition of Conservative Roundtable, reveals the extent of United States strategic concessions to Communist China, under both Bush administrations and the Clinton administration. US weakness sends a powerful signal to our allies in the Pacific including Japan that the United States will not be there in their defense.



They also discuss the need for a stronger defense to preserve freedom and peace. Reagan knew the importance of a strong defence, yet our military is weaker now while the threats are stronger.



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