A few days ago, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo gave an exclusive interview to the Hugh Hewitt Show on the radio program, discussing many China-related issues, among which he mentioned that "Taiwan is not part of China. The policy followed also acknowledges this. The United States' commitment to Taiwan is cross-partisan, and both parties understand that Taiwan is a model of democracy." As the outgoing Secretary of State, his declaration and interpretation of China policy goes beyond the traditional American interpretation of China policy, and his personal subjective interpretation that both governments follow .
"Taiwan is not a part of China" may also go beyond general understanding and cannot be generally recognized. Regarding the political photo background removing impact of Pompeo's claim, some believe that it is a restriction and obstacle to the cross-strait policy of the Biden administration. This has set a "red line" for the Biden administration to deal with the Taiwan issue. However, there are also views that the Trump administration is mainly composed of a group of "ideological ideologists" who are extremely anti-China and are using their remaining power to manipulate China's issues; China must respond appropriately to avoid the Trump administration's transition of power. At the same time, it has resorted to super measures against China at the expense of worsening US-China relations.
Chinese authorities take 'moderated' criticism of Pompeo's remarks In response to Pompeo's anti-China remarks, the spokesperson of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council pointed out that "Pompeo has repeatedly made wrong remarks on the Taiwan issue", which seriously violated the one-China principle and the three Sino-US joint communiques; and criticized Pompeo's remarks It goes against the facts, goes against the basic norms of the international community, and goes against the promises made by the US government to China. The Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council declared that "Taiwan is a part of China, which cannot be changed by anyone or any force", and criticized the DPP authorities for stubbornly relying on the United States to resist China, rely on the United States to seek independence, and carry out "independence" provocations. At the same time, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterated that the "one-