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As you're probably familiar said the Chinese had just -- huge tariffs of up to 22%.
On imports of some American sport utility vehicles larger American cars.
Now as a former ambassador to China and one who has argued for an adult conversation with Beijing.
How would you respond to what some are calling it child is moved.
On the part of a country that routinely fly outs international.
Well it's so large and complicated relationship -- part trade its part North Korea's part Iran part Pakistan part -- park South China Sea.
-- military to military engagement.
Yet move one end of the relationship that impacts the other.
The best thing to do invited a few dissidents who were seeking freedom.
And want to expand democracy in China to the United States embassy the kind of thing that I used to do.
That's what matters to the Chinese people who were looking for change and looking for reform these days that's the kind of thing that over time is going to create.
An -- swell of change and reform in that country that's gonna make the US China relationship successful longer term because.
Eventually we need more than just a transactional relationship we need shared values -- Houston this relationship.
Let's face -- the 21 century will only have two relationships that matter.
The United States and China.
For that to succeed.
We need shared values.
That's democracy that's human rights that's recognition of the role of the Internet and society that's greater tolerance toward religion.
And so much more as president of the United States I would drive that home and I would make -- a relationship that worked.
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