Steve Bannon met with a fugitive Chinese billionaire in Washington.
Guo Wengui, who is also known as Miles Kwok, was living in NYC and had landed on China’s most-wanted list, accused of bribery, fraud and money laundering. He was also a
And Mr. Bannon — increasingly obsessed with the emerging China threat — was eager to talk about the Communist Party, corruption and American naval operations in the
Since their first discussion in October 2017, they have met dozens of times — in Dallas, on Mr. Guo’s yacht and, more often, at the billionaire’s $67.5 million apartment in the Sherry-Netherland Hotel. The
“We both naturally despise the Chinese Communist Party
As tensions between the US and China grow, they are hoping to stoke them even further, by effectively calling for the overthrow of Xi. Guo is dipping into his fortune, while
Bannon said the new China-related fund he will head, WITHOUT PAY, will gather evidence, share it with authorities
Mr. Guo, 50, insists that the fund offers a way to strike back at Beijing. China has pressed the Trump administration to extradite him so that he