Joe Biden calls Chinese President a dictator

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United States President Joe Biden has called his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping a dictator.

US President Joe Biden made the statement a day after US Secretary of State Tony Blinken met with Chinese President Xi Jinping during a fundraising event in California.

US Secretary of State Tony Blinken and Chinese President Xi Jinping met yesterday to defuse tensions between the two countries.

The Chinese president said after the meeting that progress had been made in Beijing, while the US Secretary of State also indicated keeping the door open for talks on both sides.

However, now in the statement given by the US President, he described the Chinese President as a dictator, to which China has not given any official response.

“The Chinese president is ashamed of the recent spy balloon that was in the US air for spying, and that’s why the Chinese president is very upset when we targeted this balloon, it had spying equipment, it’s a big shame for a dictator that he doesn’t know,” Biden said at Tuesday night’s ceremony. That’s what happened.

According to media reports, Antony Blinken is the first high-ranking diplomat to visit China in nearly five years, which has led to the resumption of high-level contacts between the two countries, while Joe Biden and Xi Jinping also welcomed this development, but Antony Blinken also made it clear that there are major differences between the two countries.