Biden's rhetoric on China has changed a lot. He accused his opponents of underestimating the threat from China several times during the debate. On April 18 this year, the Biden team released a video ad attacking Trump, accusing Trump of praising China’s anti-epidemic achievements more than a dozen times from January to February. Biden said that if he became president, he would definitely force China to submit and allow experts from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to visit China. In the last (2019) election campaign.
President Trump accused Biden's son of telemarketing list using his father's influence to obtain a $1.5 billion investment from the Bank of China for his private equity fund, and made millions of dollars, but The allegation lacks clear evidence. In his speech a few days ago to formally accept the Democratic nomination for the U.S. election, Biden only mentioned China in one place. He said that if elected, it would launch a plan to produce medical equipment needed to fight the new crown in the United States, so that the United States "will no longer be constrained by China or other countries."
The new version of the U.S. Democratic Party's platform adopted a few days ago shows that the Democratic Party is not comparable in terms of the degree of toughness in its China policy. The new party platform criticizes China's violations on human rights, economy, security and other issues in many places. According to Reuters, Tom Fletcher, a former foreign policy adviser to three British prime ministers, believes that if Biden wins the White House, the US government's China policy will not change significantly. "I don't think Biden's policy and Trump's China policy will be 108,000 miles apart," he said. "But the language will be different, wiser and more strategic."