John Garamendi


John Garamendi was born in Camp Blanding, Florida, United States on January 24th, 1945 and is the Politician. At the age of 78, John Garamendi biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 24, 1945
United States
Place of Birth
Camp Blanding, Florida, United States
78 years old
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Businessperson, Cattle Rancher, Politician
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University of California, Berkeley (BA), Harvard University (MBA)
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Patricia Wilkinson ​(m. 1965)​
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Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn calls Taiwan its own 'country', August 26, 2022
Sen. Marsha Blackburn insisted Taiwan is its own 'country' as she visited the island democracy on Friday. The Tennessee Republican first referred to Taiwan as a 'country' in a meeting Friday with Tai President Tsai Ing-wen. Blackburn recalled her first trip to Taiwan in 2008 when she had 'the opportunity to get to see some of your country firsthand.' Blackburn, a member of the Armed Services Committee, was asked on call with reporters whether her remarks represented a break from official U.S. policy. 'I feel like Taiwan is a country. If Taiwan was not a country why would China be talking about reunification?' the Tennessee Republican asked defiantly.

ANOTHER US politician lands in Taiwan: Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn, August 25, 2022
Sen. Marsha Blackburn landed in Taiwan's capital Taipei Thursday night on board a U.S. military aircraft, marking the fourth U.S. lawmaker visit to the island democracy in a matter of weeks. The move is sure to draw more fire from Beijing who views visits from U.S. officials as recognition of Taiwan's autonomy. Blackburn, a Republican from Tennessee who sits on the Senate's Commerce and Armed Services Committees, was one of a number of GOP senators who supported House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's controversial Taiwan visit last month.

Singapore's next PM warns US and China are closer to war after Pelosi's Taiwan visit, August 16, 2022
Singapore's prime minister-in-waiting warned that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's trip to Taiwan had put the U.S.-China relationship on a 'very worrying' trajectory and warned the two nations may 'sleepwalk into conflict' if neither side takes action to deescalate. 'Following the visit, tensions have gone up one notch,' Lawrence Wong said in an interview with Bloomberg. 'And that's the risk that can happen, that we're starting to see a series of decisions being taken by both countries that will lead us to more dangerous territory.' Wong is the current deputy prime minister and finance minister. He expressed concern over potential conflict in the Taiwan Strait or the South China Sea, where China has been ramping up its military drills.
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