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Foreign policy always matters in a presidential election. Entering the final few months of the 2020 Presidential Election, one thing is clear — China is the biggest issue when it comes to foreign policy.

President Donald Trump has made it clear he believes Joe Biden will be soft on China. Following the criticism, Biden has changed his tone — saying he’ll crackdown on China. The question is, can Biden erase his past comments from the memory of voters? His history on China is clear.

Will Biden put Iowa’s needs ahead of China’s interest? Iowans know that Trump will stand up to China because Trump has stood up to China. Agree or disagree, Trump’s actions have been clear and decisive.