‘Help American Companies to Think Twice:’ Stilwell on How Chinese Spy Balloon Used US Gear

For eight days, the Chinese spy balloon took in data as it flew over Alaska, Canada, and a swath of U.S. states. A new report is now saying it had American-made equipment loaded inside.

Will this new finding send another shock wave through U.S.-China relations? And what should Washington do to avoid “shooting itself in the foot”?

NTD spoke with David Stilwell, former assistant secretary of state and retired brigadier general, for more.

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