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Published on Feb 14, 2012
On Tuesday President Obama meet with the future leader of China. Xi Jinping was welcomed at the White House where the two discussed several issues. Obama said that a strong relationship between the US and China was "vital," but his actions have shown otherwise. In November of last year, President Obama made the announcement that the US will position 2,500 Marines in Australia, and in the past Obama has been outspoken towards China's influence and has declared this is a top priority. So why is Obama being two-faced with China? Doctor Paul Craig Roberts, a former Reagan Administration official, joins us to look into the bipolar relationship with China.