The President of the United States, Donald Trump, assured this Tuesday that Americans of Asian origin are “very angry with China” hours after a controversial press conference calling on an Asian-style journalist to convey her questions about the coronavirus asian giant.
CBS journalist Weijia Jiang asked Trump why virus statistics had become a kind of “global competition” to find out which country was the best as the United States continued to die. Thousands of people every day.
“You are dying all over the world and maybe it’s a question you should ask China,” Trump replied. The journalist then asked the president if he spoke to them, whereupon Trump claimed that he did not speak to anyone “specifically”.
This conversation, as well as the abrupt manner in which the President later interrupted the press conference, has become a subject of political debate in the United States, and Trump has, far from avoiding the problem, targeted the North American community of Asian origin in the United States USA alluded to various tweets.