Progressive-Democratic Party Presidential candidate Joe Biden says so. And he’s actually going to run on that thesis.
Leaving aside Hunter’s profiteering on Daddy’s coattails in the People’s Republic of China—that’s just the scummy topping on the gruel—Biden’s track record in dealing with the PRC as Senator and as Vice President is one of failure after failure to get, even to try to get, balanced trade deals and even-handed treatment of American companies wanting to do business inside the PRC.
It was, for instance, during the time frames about which Biden brags that the PRC successfully began demanding US companies to take on PRC company partners as a prerequisite to doing business there, to “share” company and American technologies and company proprietary materials and intellectual properties with those partners, and to allow PRC government backdoor access to US companies’ critical software.
All of this was done without Biden objecting, which he could have done, forcefully, whether or not he could have brought those administrations along with him.
Biden chose to be silent on all of these. Every single one of them.