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“We’d have no rights, and we’d lose a seat at the table,” said Wendy Cutler, a former U.S. trade negotiator now at the Asia Society. A survey of academics underscores sharp divergences on key issues but expects bipartisan alignment next year on China, cybersecurity, and counterterrorism. Follow him on Twitter @SeanMoran3.

We cherish local community, the liberties bequeathed us by the Founders, the civilizational foundations of faith and family, and—we are not ashamed to use the word—peace. “We were told that we’re supposed to shut up while the party establishment focuses more on cutting taxes and handing out favors for corporations, multinational corporations who don’t share our values, who will not stand up for American principles, who were only too happy to ship American jobs overseas,” Hawley continued.

On Twitter, however, users are sharing screenshots of at least one Iranian intimidation email without the context that it was part of a foreign influence campaign.

(Photo by Al-Drago-Pool/Getty Images), A Twitter spokesperson said it is investigating certain accounts and tweets after Fox News asked why the company was not labeling screenshots of the emails but added that the attempt to manipulate voters "did not gain traction on Twitter.

The November Pew Research Center survey found that 64 percent of veterans and 62 percent of American adults find that the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq are not worth fighting. The website also adds fact-check labels to posts it deems misleading and has added such labels to a number of President Trump's tweets about COVID-19 and mail-in ballot fraud. Pollster and political operative Frank Luntz said the second and final presidential debate was "essentially a tie," meaning Democratic nominee Joe Biden may be able to hold onto his lead in the polls. CC:Keep alliance with Israel.

Joe Biden was able to get a word in edgewise in his second and final debate against President Trump. "Yet again, Twitter has applied entirely different standards based on whether posts would help or harm Democratic candidates," Hawley, a staunch critic of Big Tech, said in a statement to Fox News. President Trump defended himself against allegations of tax avoidance during the presidential debate on Thursday, claiming that he had prepaid his taxes during certain years.

For many watching Republicans, it was the debate they wanted to see the first time around.

While he condemned the idealism that defined American foreign policy in the early-aughts and led to costly interventions aimed at remaking centuries-old societies in the American image, Hawley also paid lip-service to the importance of spreading American values, urging the creation of “an international order where we can practice our unique way of democracy,” while also maintaining a “system where nations can make their own choices.” How to bring about these goals simultaneously was omitted from the speech. Democratic nominee Joe Biden said he would transition away from the oil and gas industry over time as part of his climate plans, opening the door to Trump campaign criticism in the election’s final stretch. “If the United States pulls out, then the WTO becomes China-dominated,” Meltzer said. When China finally joined the WTO in 2001 after years of knocking on the door, it made huge concessions and changed thousands of domestic laws to conform to global trade standards.