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FEAR China kidnapping people from USA

Issued: 2018-03-29

Intelligence officials fear China's global 'kidnapping' program has reached America

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Intelligence officials fear China's global 'kidnapping' program has reached America

Some U.S. intelligence officials fear that the Chinese government is conducting sophisticated "kidnapping" programs in the United States in order to spirit their nationals back to the mainland, where they face arrest and imprisonment on political and corruption charges. Beijing has openly admitted to repatriating more than 3,000 people "who had escaped overseas" since late 2012, Xinhua reports, although the U.S. intelligence community believes China's strategies in Western nations often involves pushing the definitions of coercion and kidnapping.

In one example cited in the report by Foreign Policy, a Chinese-Canadian billionaire was snatched from his hotel in Hong Kong in 2017 and was loaded — likely sedated — into a wheelchair and rolled out through the lobby with a sheet covering his head. Similar stories have also come out of Australia, a U.S. Five Eyes intelligence partner, including one about a man who was allegedly drugged by Chinese security forces and transported back to the mainland on a state-owned shipping vessel.

Chinese nationals living in the United States have also begun to disappear under suspicious circumstances, although unlike previous targets, "they were not high-profile folks," said one former U.S. intelligence official.

"There were multiple reports of people observing Chinese intelligence operatives materializing around the schools or residences of the missing people," the intelligence official went on. "One theory was that they were strong-arming them in person, saying, 'We're here. Your flight back to China is tomorrow.'" The official stressed that there is still a difference between "kicking in a door and taking a guy forcefully away and saying, 'Come with us or we'll kill your family in Inner Mongolia.'" Still, in one case involving a Chinese graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley, there was "evidence of this person being taken against their will."

The fear is that just because China has not brazenly kidnapped anyone in the United States yet "doesn't mean they won't eventually." Read the chilling investigation at Foreign Policy. Jeva Lange

Intelligence officials fear China's global 'kidnapping' program has reached America

Trump reportedly wants the White House to be even more chaotic

President Trump's ideal work environment is a bit unusual. The president reportedly views his administration as too stable and structured, preferring rapid staff turnover as the best way to keep moving forward, Bloomberg reported Thursday.

Trump contests the notion that his White House is in "chaos," anonymous staffers told Bloomberg. Rather, he thinks it's verging on stagnant, as he settles into his role as president and takes the lead on procedures previously left to Chief of Staff John Kelly.

Further, Trump apparently views his ouster of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, and Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin — all within a span of just 15 days — as a set of strategic moves to speed his agenda along. Bloomberg reports that Trump has recently complained about inaction in Congress, wishing for fewer of the "guardrails and rules" that get in the way of his priorities.

Staffers and aides say that Trump's desire for more independent decision-making means that Kelly's leverage over the president is waning, and Trump is making major decisions, like the replacement of McMaster with John Bolton, on his own. Against Kelly's advice, Trump is in contact with former members of the administration who caused plenty of chaos of their own: former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and former communications director Anthony Scaramucci. Read more at Bloomberg. Summer Meza

Trump reportedly wants the White House to be even more chaotic

CNN's Chris Cuomo is really not buying Corey Lewandowski's argument for tapping Trump's doctor for VA secretary

CNN's Chris Cuomo clashed with Corey Lewandowski on Thursday over President Trump's decision to hire the White House physician to replace Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin. Cuomo expressed particular concern that the successor, Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, has no management experience "that we know of," despite being tapped to head "the second biggest department in the federal government."

Lewandowski did not share Cuomo's concern. "If we want someone who understands the problems that veterans face," he said, "who better than an active duty military officer … ?"

Cuomo replied: "Part of the answer to that question would be: someone who's managed something before."

Lewandowski disagreed. "If you look back and you look at the previous VA secretaries, those who have supposedly had management experience who have come in, we've seen disasters under their regimes."

But Cuomo couldn't get on board with that logic. "It doesn't mean that having management experience is a negative ... You can't argue that 'well we've seen it in the past that management led to bad outcomes so we don't want someone with management experience,'" he insisted. "That's silly." Watch the full debate below. Jeva Lange

CNN's Chris Cuomo is really not buying Corey Lewandowski's argument for tapping Trump's doctor for VA secretary

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