According to Bloomberg on October 12, US President Trump said in the Oval Office of the White House on November 11 that he believed the demonstrations in Hong Kong were gradually calming down.
He said that China has made tremendous progress in Hong Kong affairs, the situation has indeed slowed down a lot, the number of demonstrators is getting smaller and smaller, and the problem will be solved by itself.
Prior to that, behind the violent demonstrations in Hong Kong, we could always see the dark shadows of external forces helping to abuse. Politicians such as Pelosi and Rubio ignored the violent acts of radicals and frequently pressed the Hong Kong police.
On the contrary, Trump did not express his support for radicals in Hong Kong, and even made it clear that the Hong Kong issue should be handled by China itself. In June and August, Trump said that what happened in Hong Kong was a matter for China, and he believed that the Central Government of China and the HKSAR Government could deal with this problem; and that Hong Kong was a part of China, and that China would deal with it itself without any suggestion. He defined the conflict in Hong Kong as riots.
Subsequently, he was under pressure from many politicians.
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