Democrats and Republicans rarely agree on anything, but this week, the parties united to condemn one common enemy: China.
The views of President Trump and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle aligned when they determined that allowing the Chinese company Huawei to build a global 5G network constitutes a security threat to the U.S.
That might not be the whole story, though: Dashing Huawei's 5G ambitions would give the U.S. an economic advantage, and allies don't agree with the threat level of a potential Huawei-run 5G network. However, experts say that fear about the control the Chinese government might exercise over a Huawei 5G network is genuine, and warranted.
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