The president's campaign has been pushing the "Beijing Biden" theme for months.
In an excerpt of his new book, the former national security advisor details the president's complicated relationship with the Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
The former national security adviser described a meeting last year between the two presidents in his forthcoming tell-all book.
China’s foreign ministry said it calls on India to not take unilateral actions or stir up trouble.
Such a move has long been under consideration but was hastened by months of anti-government protests last year.
For months, the president applauded China’s coronavirus response before he and his reelection team flipped to blaming that country.
President Xi Jinping rallied around the World Health Organization as the Trump administration has slashed funding for the U.N. agency.
"Force majeure" language is common in contracts, but rare in trade agreements, and was possibly another missed sign of the coronavirus outbreak in China last year.
More than 3,000 people were likely infected in the six days that top Chinese officials stayed silent about a new coronavirus, The Associated Press reports.
He defends his personal fortune by defending Xi Jinping.