7/26/2022 14:54(Update 7/26 15:46)

The possible visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan has alarmed the Biden administration, which worries that the visit will cross a red line in China. (Image taken from twitter.com/SpeakerPelosi)

WASHINGTON (Central News Agency) WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A possible visit to Taiwan by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has alarmed the Biden administration, fearing that the visit would cross China’s red line unresolved.

The US federal government is made up of three branches: the legislative, executive, and judicial districts, which the US Constitution confers upon the Congress, the President, and the Federal Court.

AFP reported that Congress, as one of the equal branches of government, allows members of Congress to travel freely, but the Executive Branch is concerned that the original sensitive case will collapse, and the United States increasingly supports Taiwan. In the eyes of the Beijing government, this is equivalent to promoting the Taiwan Declaration of Independence in one episode.

Taiwan has bipartisan support in a traditionally divided WashingtonPelosi

Pelosi’s Profile

Date of Birth: March 26, 1940

Nancy Patricia Di Alessandro Pelosi, whose full name is Nancy Patricia Di Alessandro Pelosi, was born into an Italian-American family in eastern Baltimore, and was arrested and detained for several days for protesting the June 4 massacre in China.


  • From 1967 to 1971, he gave up re-election after serving as mayor of Baltimore for two terms
  • She has served in the California House of Representatives since 1987 and was the highest-ranking federal official at the time.
  • In 1992, he was awarded the 7th Distinguished Democracy Award from the China Democracy Education Foundation
  • In 2003, she became the House Minority Leader, the first female House minority leader.
  • In 2007, she became the first female speaker of the US House of Representatives in the 218-year history of the US Congress
  • In 2010, he resigned as Speaker of the House of Representatives and continued to serve as minority leader
  • In 2019, he was re-elected as Speaker of Parliament
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The warning about visiting Taiwan only intensified Pelosi’s invitation to visit.

“House Speaker Pelosi should go to Taiwan, and President Biden should make it clear to Chinese President Xi Jinping that nothing the Chinese Communist Party is doing will help him,” Republican Senator Ben Sassi said.

Robert Sutter, a China expert at George Washington University, said the Biden administration now faces “a real problem because if they back off, if they try to persuade Pelosi to visit Taiwan, they’re going to look weak, like they’re giving in. To Chinese pressure tactics, China is bullying the people.”

He said China’s reaction to the member of parliament’s visit to Taiwan was mixed, “but this time it looks very serious.” “Maybe they thought that if Pelosi landed in Taipei, drastic action would have to be taken,” he added.

Saudi Arabia also said that before the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, Xi might think the visit has exceeded his tolerance level, so it is time to show strength on the Taiwan issue.

Former Republican House Speaker Newt Gingrich visited Taiwan in 1997, but the Republican Party was in the opposition at the time and Beijing’s response was relatively muted. Pelosi and Biden belong to the Democratic Party.

Today, Gingrich blasted the Pentagon for warning Pelosi against her planned visit to Taiwan, tweeting: “If we are intimidated by the Chinese Communist Party and can’t even protect the speaker of the US House of Representatives, how can Beijing believe we can help Taiwan survive?” (Translator: Zhang Xiaowen / Verification: Zeng Yixuan) 1110726

The New York Times: Pelosi’s planned visit to Taiwan, Washington is increasingly concerned about Beijing’s reactionPelosi’s visit to Taiwan and Hong Kong to the media: It’s hard to believe that China has a so-called military response

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