A survey conducted by the Convention of States Action/Trafalgar Group found that one-third of Democrats believe President Biden has a conflict of interest with China that may influence his administration’s response to China’s aggressive actions against the United States.
The survey also showed that 57.2% of respondents across the board believed that Biden has a conflict of interest, while 33.5% do not believe he does and 9.3% are unsure.
Furthermore, most Republicans (80.9%) and independents (53.5%) believe that Biden has a conflict of interest with China.
The survey comes after revelations that the Biden family scored $31 million from five deals in China, all with individuals linked to the Chinese spy machine.
A significant number of Democrats believe that President Biden’s business relationships with China may affect his administration’s response to China’s aggressive actions against the United States.
Most Republicans and independents believe that President Biden has a conflict of interest with China. The revelations of the Biden family’s business dealings in China have raised national security concerns.
The survey suggests that there is a consensus that the Biden administration should be more aggressive in leading a global coalition to contain China.
The survey highlights the importance of transparency in government officials’ business dealings and potential conflicts of interest.
The results of this survey show that a significant number of Americans, including Democrats, have concerns about President Biden’s potential conflicts of interest with China.
The Biden family’s business deals in China have raised questions about national security and the administration’s response to China’s aggressive actions.
Republicans and independents’ overwhelming belief that Biden has a conflict of interest with China may also affect bipartisan cooperation in addressing China’s threat to the United States.
To address these concerns, the Biden administration needs to be transparent about the president’s and his family’s business dealings, and there should be stricter regulations on government officials’ financial interests.
The United States needs a united front to contain China, and trust in government officials is essential to achieving this goal.