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Donald Trump: "It was China's incompetence and nothing else that caused this massive worldwide slaughter"

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The president of United States, Donald trump, reiterated its attacks against the management of China of the crisis of coronavirus and said that the "incompetence" of the Asian country was what caused a "world slaughter".

Trump referred in a tweet to the report of "a madman" in China in which other actors are allegedly blamed for the spread of the virus and He demanded that this “fool” be explained that it was “China's incompetence and nothing else that caused this massive worldwide slaughter”.

The president is Increasingly outraged by the effects of the coronavirus on the US economy, he criticizes China daily, where the virus was first detected late last year..

At the start of the crisis Trump dismissed the risks and repeatedly said that China was taking over the epidemic, even sending a message of thanks to Xi Jinping, but as the virus progressed he changed his speech and began to criticize Beijing, second world power. As of Tuesday, the disease has already caused more than 90,000 deaths in the United States.

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In an election year in which the rise in unemployment threatens his chances in the November elections, Trump has repeated for weeks that the hard balance of the virus, which has left more than 320,000 dead in the world, could have been avoided if China had acted in a responsible since it was detected in Wuhan City.

The president did not detail which document he was referring to. For its part, Beijing insists that the management of the pandemic has been transparent and that it notified the WHO in time about the disease.

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Tedros Adhanom, WHO Director-General, shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping before a meeting in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, Jan. 28, 2020.
Naohiko Hatta / Pool via REUTERS /

Tedros Adhanom, WHO Director-General, shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping before a meeting in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, Jan. 28, 2020.
Naohiko Hatta / Pool via REUTERS /

Washington claims to have evidence that the virus originated in a biotechnology laboratory in that town, although US intelligence agencies rule out that the outbreak is artificial.

(With information from AFP)

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