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The U.S. has ordered China to close its consulate in Houston in what a Chinese official called an outrageous and unjustified move …

Title: US-China Tensions Escalate: Houston Consulate Closure

In the latest escalation of tensions between the United States and China, the Trump administration has ordered the Chinese Consulate in Houston, Texas, to close. This development, announced on Friday, July 24, 2020, marks a significant turn in the ongoing diplomatic spat between the two global powers.

The move comes amidst allegations that the Chinese Consulate in Houston has been involved in espionage and intellectual property theft. The U.S. Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, accused the consulate of harboring spies and stealing American intellectual property, asserting that the Chinese government has used its diplomatic posts to undermine the sovereignty of the United States.

This order is a response to a similar action taken by China earlier this month, when it ordered the closure of the U.S. Consulate in Chengdu. The Chinese government accused the U.S. consulate of interfering in its internal affairs.

The Houston consulate closure is the most significant action taken by the U.S. against China since the two countries clashed over the coronavirus pandemic. The tensions have been escalating over the past few months, with the U.S. imposing tariffs on Chinese goods, restricting Chinese tech companies, and criticizing China's handling of the coronavirus outbreak.

This latest development is a new escalation in the ongoing diplomatic standoff between the U.S. and China. The closure of the Houston consulate is expected to further strain relations between the two countries, potentially impacting global trade and security.

In response to the U.S. order, the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Wang Wenbin, stated that the U.S. move was "unjustified, unreasonable, and violates international law." He added that China would take necessary countermeasures to respond to the U.S. action.

As the world watches, the future of U.S.-China relations remains uncertain. The closure of the Houston consulate is a clear indication that the diplomatic rift between the two powers is far from over.



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  • Did Obama Hussen know about this ? 8 years? What is that tell you ? It maybe too late but President Donal Trump has done a wonderful job. We must protect our country. Democrats and Communist is a NO NO 😡

  • Wow the next victim is China !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! America went from freedom fighters to #1 Country destroyers and attackers!!!!!!!!!!!! It’s hard to fix the image !!!!!!! I don’t like China but the way this president have been so disrespectful to everyone has to stop!!!!!! He had disrespected everyone and no one checked him in a mental hospital!!!! It’s like it’s ok for a president to show signs of mental illness and run such a huge country that the world depends on!!!! You’re on your own World!!!! On your own !!!!!!!!

  • Crooks got caught, burning documents. Classic moves. Why didn’t we just raid the place if they start burning. It won’t be an act of war, we trying to put out a fire.

  • Get China out ! 👈👊👎 for good away from USA Territories Commonwealth And Allies 👈👍
    China doesn't care👈👊👎 about all innocent people and all lives matter.
    Dismantle China for good👈 👊👎

  • We need all communists party out! China is bad business because they want to exploit our resources and take over everything! Need all foreign Chinese office in the US closed immediately!!!!

  • Isn't US spying on the Consulate building too?!

  • VIETNAMESE FLAGS ALL AROUND THE CONSULATE THE DAY OF CLOSURE!! HOUSTON IS 3RD LARGEST VIETNAMESE POPULATION IN THE WORLD. HEAR THE VIETNAMESE PEOPLE ROAR

  • US has been spying world government all over the place according to Edward Snowden. It just never got reported until they got caught. US government is run by a bunch of hypocrites.

  • Burning papers could be a privacy matter…just like I don't want people to read my text on the phone or watch video or me having sex lol. It doesn't mean I am a criminal.

  • Another Trump’s stupid meaningless act. Spend valuable time trying to crush down China while not doing anything in SAVING American’s life.

  • CCP just needs to make a simple mistake, like what the Chinese dictatorship did before the opium war or what japan did in 1941…

  • Well when you’re burning documents pertaining to a weaponized virus … what do you expect?

  • That's a joke! What about Russia and the bounty on US and UK Troops? I guess they just don't matter to Pompeo (who by the way has three chins now) and Barr and Trump!

  • They are burning unnecessary documents. You USA always blame others where's you snake sneaking whole world.

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