Ahead of election, Taiwan president calls China 'biggest threat'

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Ahead of election, Taiwan president calls China 'biggest threat'

Ahead of election, Taiwan president calls China 'biggest threat'

Taiwan's leader warns China is the biggest threat to its wellbeing, pointing to the events in Hong Kong to bolster her re-election bid.

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