Building upon a relationship and leadership that spans decades, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad spoke confidently on his ability to be a strong advocate in China if confirmed as the U.S. ambassador to China during his nomination hearing before the Senate Finance Committee hearing Tuesday morning.
“If confirmed, I hope to use my unique position as an ‘old friend’ of (China's) President Xi (Jinping) and a trusted confidant of President (Donald) Trump to positively influence t
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