(PatriotWise.com)- President Joe Biden’s climate change czar John Kerry was humiliated during his recent trip to China, with reports suggesting that the Chinese Communist Party hired a bus from a travel company for the U.S. official – and they stuck him at the back.
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No official vehicle was sent for the American official, in what was widely seen as a snub from the Chinese. Kerry was even forced to wait for Chinese officials to meet him.
Chinese put John Kerry at the back of the bus…
Tour bus for Kerry visit – no official vehicle for Climate Clown
Made him wait for officials to meet him pic.twitter.com/kuiAGcNNox
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It’s a different experience than what Kerry is accustomed to, flying all over the world in his private jet to pick up awards in Iceland and travel just hundreds of miles on domestic flights.
Not only did the Chinese snub Kerry during his trip, where he was expected to agree a new deal on climate change, but the CCP didn’t even wait until he left the co9untry until they reneged on the agreement Kerry claimed to have made.
Speaking to journalists in Seoul, South Korea, Kerry claimed that China had agreed to cooperate with the United States on tackling the so-called “climate crisis.
A joint statement said that the two countries are “committed to cooperating with each other and with other countries to tackle the climate crisis, which must be addressed with the seriousness and urgency that it demands.”
Kerry insisted that the language in the agreement was “strong” and that China and the U.S. agree on “critical elements on where we have to go.”
Kerry said that he discussed China’s use of coal, and how the country could accelerate a global transition to new sources of fuel.
“I have never shied away from expressing our views shared by many, many people that it is imperative to reduce coal, everywhere,” Kerry said.
But after Kerry left the discussions in China, and was still in Shanghai, the Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Le Yucheng suggested that China was unlikely to make any new pledges on the environment and climate change at a summit the following week.
“For a big country with 1.4 billion people, these goals are not easily delivered,” Le told The Associated Press in Beijing. “Some countries are asking China to achieve the goals earlier. I am afraid this is not very realistic.”