House Speaker Pelosi: We Will Not Allow China to Isolate Taiwan

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi discussed her recent trip to Taipei, and said the US “will not allow China to isolate Taiwan.” She spoke at a press briefing Wednesday in Washington hours after Beijing announced plans for regular military patrols near the democratically governed island. (Excerpts)

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