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Trump attacks China again and says they could have stopped “the plague” but “they didn’t”

May 21, 2020

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has once again fought China over his management of the coronavirus pandemic, assuring that the authorities in the Asian country could have “stopped the plague,” but “they didn’t.”

“The spokesman speaks foolishly on behalf of China and is desperately trying to distract the pain and slaughter that has spread his country around the world,” Trump said through a series of messages posted to his account on the Twitter social network.

The President, in a veiled reference to Chinese President Xi Jinping, said that “disinformation” and the “propaganda attack” are “shame” in the United States and Europe, and assured that “everything comes from above.” “They could have easily stopped the plague, but they didn’t,” he said.

Trump attacks China again and says they could have stopped “the plague” but “they didn’t”
Trump attacks China again and says they could have stopped “the plague” but “they didn’t”

In another message, the North American president also confirmed that China is “waging a massive disinformation campaign” because the Asian country prefers the former United States vice president, Joe Biden, who is likely to win the democratic candidacy for the November 3 election is in the White House.