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Biden driving China, Russia into 'shocking' partnership, expert warns: 'Blunder of the highest order'

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President Biden has made his "biggest blunder" yet by driving China and Russia into a closer strategic partnership through his faulty foreign policy, one expert warned, as Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin met in Beijing to strengthen bilateral ties.

Heritage Foundation senior fellow Michael Pillsbury argued the "shocking" relationship the two nuclear world powers have fostered never would have happened under the Trump administration during "FOX & Friends."


"Basically… we're seeing what [former President] Trump was trying to do with China when he called himself ‘Tariff Man’ to get leverage over China to help us in various ways," Pillsbury told co-host Brian Kilmeade on Thursday.

"That's simply not happening with Biden and to draw, to push together two nuclear powers, Russia and China, it's really a blunder of the highest order. … The Russians had a million army troops built up on the Chinese border for a while, so to see them come together like this to me is just shocking. It's one of the biggest blunders we'll see in my lifetime."

Pillsbury's comments come as Putin visited Xi in Beijing to strengthen bilateral relations and garner additional support for the war in

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