Yesterday, Vice President Pence released his plan to counter China and restore American strength and prosperity in an address at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C. You can click here to watch the full address.
This morning, Mike Pence joined CNBC’s Squawk Box to further articulate his foreign policy vision of peace through strength.
To watch more of this morning’s discussion on Squawk Box, click here.
Additional media coverage about Mike Pence’s plan to restore American Foreign Policy Leadership:
National Review: “Mike Pence Argues for Peace Through Strength, Against Isolationism and Appeasement.”
“‘[Trump’s] admonition was not to be too tough on China,’ an adviser said about the former president’s warning to Pence before his 2019 Wilson Center speech. Disregarding his former boss, the former vice president said, ‘China is the greatest strategic and economic threat to the United States of America in the 21st century, and we must meet that threat with American strength.’”
The Hill: “Pence warns against Trump, GOP ‘isolationism’.”
“The former vice president, in his speech, argued that holding back U.S. support for Ukraine would embolden China, which he labeled the greater challenge, and further arguing against voices promoting an isolationist America. “You can either be tough on China, or you can be an isolationist — but you cannot be both,” he said in his speech.”
CNN Politics: “Pence and other 2024 Republicans zero in on China to demonstrate foreign policy chops.”
“When former Vice President Mike Pence delivered an expansive foreign policy speech Monday in which he laid out his vision, bashed President Joe Biden’s handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal, and contrasted his views with those of other Republicans, he started with a focus on one country: China.”