Team Biden set for first sitdown with China
On Thursday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan are set to meet with top Chinese Communist Party officials in Alaska as part of the first formal talks between the two nations. It’s also giving us an indication on how the Biden administration plans to deal with China, after former President Trump went hard after the country on trade. But Weifeng Zhong from the Mercatus Center at George Mason University says there are already some common threads. He joined Jim on The Final 5 to look at how it’s playing out so far, and whether President Biden has been more accommodating to China, as political opponents have claimed.