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Biden airs hypersonic missile fears as probable ambassador labels China ‘untrustworthy’

The US president has voiced his concern over China's missile capabilities as his nominee to be the next ambassador to the country said "we certainly cannot trust the Chinese" over the issue of Taiwan.

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