The president of United States, Donald Trump has again lashed out against China on account of his management of the coronavirus pandemic and has assured that the authorities of the Asian country could have stopped "the plague" but "they did not".
"The spokesman speaks stupidly on behalf of China, desperately trying to deflect the pain and slaughter his country has spread across the world.Trump has indicated through a series of messages published on his account on the social network Twitter.
The president has pointed out that the "disinformation" and the "propaganda attack" in the United States and Europe is a "disgrace" and has assured that "everything comes from above", in a veiled reference to the President of China, Xi Jinping. "They could have easily stopped the plague, but they did not," he said.
Also, in another message, the North American president has affirmed that China is carrying out "a massive disinformation campaign" because the Asian country prefers the ex-vice president of the United States Joe Biden, who will presumably win the Democratic candidacy for the elections of November 3 , at the White House.
"They are desperate for Joe Biden to win the presidential race so they can continue to scam the United States, as they have for decades, until I arrived!"Has accused Trump.
For his part, China on Wednesday urged the United States to commit to defeating the COVID-1 pandemic.9, instead of issuing an “ultimatum” addressed to the World Health Organization (WHO).
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian has specified that "it is clearly seen" that the international community "in general" is "in disagreement with the actions of the United States to misrepresent the facts, contradict, blame others and undermine international cooperation in fighting the pandemic, "as reported by the Chinese state news agency, Xinhua.
Trump has repeatedly accused Beijing of concealing information about the origin of the virus in Wuhan City., to the point of suggesting that its expansion may not have been accidental. The president has also charged the WHO for his alleged collusion with the Xi government.
The United States is the most affected in terms of the number of positives and deaths, with more than 1.5 million and 93,000, respectively. China, for its part, has confirmed 82,967 COVID-19 cases and 4,634 deaths.
With information from Europa Press
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