I know President Xi Of China Very Well, He Can Have Happy Ending In Hong Kong: Donald Trump

Mumbai: The US President Donald Trump took to the twitter about his views on Hong Kong and China. He said that the Chinese president Xi could easily solve the problems by meeting the protestors personally and look into their matters.

The American senates had already warned China that any direct action on the protestors could hamper the special treatment delivered to Hong Kong. Later on, he went to say that he knows the Chinese President very well. He is also a ‘tough man in business’ he had said.

“I know President Xi of China very well. He is a great leader who very much has the respect of his people. He is also a good man in a ‘Tough business’ I have zero doubt that if President Xi wants to quickly and humanely solve the Hong Kong problem, he can do it. Personal Meeting?”

Seeing the Chinese action towards the protestors it is clear that if the tension gets increased, the Chinese paramilitary force won’t think twice to attack the protestors in order to stop them from creating disharmony. According to the reports, China has already stationed its paramilitary force in the Shenzhen Stadium and the public have observed the forces exercising in there.

But if the PAP (People’s Armed Police) of China breaks out there will be more chaos than it is now. Donald Trump further tweeted, “If President Xi would meet directly and personally with the protestors there would be a happy and enlightened ending to the Hong Kong problem. I have no doubt!”

The Hong Kongers have been carrying out protests for ten weeks and it has affected the political, social and economic stability in the city. The Hong Kong police, on the other hand, is taking violent actions even on the peaceful protests in order to curb the ‘riot’. The tear gas was widely used by the police in the region. A female medic had lost her eye due to a police attack. The protest which was started against the extradition bill is now morphed into a list of demands the people ask from the current government. The top demand is the resignation of the current leader Carrie Lam.

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