FOX News Channel’s “Sunday Morning Futures” guest anchor Charles Payne’s exclusive interviewed China Analyst Gordon Chang about
CHARLES PAYNE: Gordon Chang is a senior fellow at the Gatestone Institute and also the author of “The Coming Collapse of China.”
Good morning, Gordon.
Yes, obviously, you have been up front and center on this, a lot more than anyone. And now it seems like everyone is catching up to your warnings. And the irony of this, of course, is, you have got to wonder if it’s too little, too late.
A report out from the U.S. military this week that China now has a larger navy than the United States. China has more air defense missile systems. They have more land-based missiles. Essentially, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that America was asleep.
This is more than just an embarrassment, isn’t it? This is a serious threat.
GORDON CHANG, AUTHOR, “THE
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