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China's ambassador to the US says America must make a 'fundamental choice'

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China's ambassador to the US says America must make a 'fundamental choice'(CNN)China's Ambassador to the United States, Cui Tiankai, said America must make a "fundamental choice" about whether it can live peacefully with a "modernized, strong, prosperous" China. Cui spoke with CNN's Fareed Zakaria in an exclusive interview on Saturday, after a dizzying few days in the souring relationship between the US and China. Earlier this week, it emerged that the White House is reportedly considering banning members of the Chinese Communist Party from entering the US, and on Thursday the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs accused America of oppressing and bullying China. In response to claims by some in the West that under President Xi Jinping, China has become more...
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