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just across the street from Taiwan protesters wrapping up tension between the two sites , what sports all this is a visit from Taiwan's president to America , saying when arrived in the U. S. on Thursday in a trip that's me China very unhappy that's because China claims Taiwan as its own a renegade province rather than an independent state with rights to diplomacy , and that something size been speaking out against Paraguay Genting this time one more defendants democratic system on democracy hasn't come easily and it's now being threatened by forces overseas , forces overseas that's a vague reference to Beijing Washington has described her visit as private and unofficial and the state department says there's been no change in its one China policy which means the U. S. officially recognizes Beijing and not Taipei bite size longer than usual stop in America might be a message analysts say it serves to emphasize the trump administration support for her as Taiwan struggles under increasing pressure from Beijing when we had a mission to we will work with countries with similar ideas to ensure the stability of our democratic system to help bolster Taiwan's defenses Washington this week also approved an arms sales to Taiwan with an estimated two point two billion dollars that also came at the criticism of Beijing who warned the US to cancel the sale immediately hello I am willing to book a from good evil Taiwan is an inseparable part of China and nobody should underestimate our government's determination to defend our country sovereignty sigh faces reelection in January and it's been calling for international support in the face of Chinese threats Beijing has been regularly sending military aircraft and ships to circle Taiwan in drills over the past few years according to a former US representative to Taiwan the trump administration hasn't yet indicated a shift in its approach to Taiwan but change could be coming off its relations with Beijing go haywire in the midst of a yearlong trade war