2020 US Presidential Candidates on the Indo-Pacific

The 2020 Presidential Candidates on the Indo-Pacific resource highlights mentions of Indo-Pacific issues by US presidential candidates and nominees in speeches, campaign documents, and debates.

To view statements by President Trump prior to his June 18, 2019 declaration to seek a second term, as well as members of his Cabinet, visit The Trump Administration & US - Indo-Pacific Relations.

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2020 Candidates on the Indo-Pacific

Joe Biden's Remarks to the Dallas Morning News on US Policy Towards China

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William Weld's Remarks with WGBH News - China 2020 Spotlight: Digital Town Hall With Bill Weld

Andrew Yang's Remarks on US Foreign Policy Towards China and North Korea

Remarks by President Trump at the 2019 House Republican Conference Member Retreat Dinner - China

"I will tell you, we’re doing very well with China, because China would like to do something. We’re taking in billions and billions of tariffs. And they’re eating the cost. This is not being borne very much by us. They’re eating the costs. But we’re taking in billions and billions. Money flowing in. We’ve never taken in 10 cents from China. And they want to do something because their supply lines, their supply chains, are being broken like toys. And people are leaving, and people…

Remarks from Democratic Candidates During Third Democratic Debate on Indo-Pacific Issues

Mark Sanford's Remarks on US Foreign Policy Towards North Korea and China

Andrew Yang's Remarks at Asian American and Pacific Islander Democratic Presidential Forum

Joe Walsh Remarks on US Trade Policy Towards China

President Trump in Fayetteville, North Carolina - China