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Rep. Ashley Hinson (R-IA) reacts to President Biden's response to the suspected Chinese spy balloon.
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The fallout over the decision to shoot down a suspected Chinese surveillance balloon over the Atlantic Ocean this weekend presents new logistical and diplomatic priorities for the United States.
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At first, the enormous balloon, carrying a smaller substructure roughly the length of three city buses, seemed to symbolize America's wide-open vulnerability to what the Pentagon described as surveillance from a rising power. But it also gave President Joe Biden's administration a way to unleash its fighter jets to down the balloon without any loss of life.
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