As the diplomatic dispute between India and Canada worsens, the US will “try to stay out”

According to the founder of political strategy firm Signum Global Advisors, the Biden administration will likely attempt to avoid interfering in the diplomatic dispute between Canada and India as much as possible in order to preserve the strides it has made in its relationship with PM Narendra Modi’s administration. Charles Myers, chairman of Signum, said on BNN Bloomberg Television, “We’re doing everything we can to engage with India to try to help outcompete China, and I don’t think the United States is going to get too involved” in the conflict. Myers, a former vice chairman at Evercore and a longtime supporter of the Democratic Party, has helped Biden raise money.