Trump Accuses China Of ‘Mass Worldwide Killing’ By COVID-19

US President Donald Trump has accused the Chinese government of “mass worldwide killing” over the COVID-19 crisis.

Trump throws the accusation at China as the relationship between the two countries is getting even worse than before due to the coronavirus pandemic, which first emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan.

In his recent attack on China, the president put out a series of tweets saying:

“Some wacko in China just released a statement blaming everybody other than China for the Virus which has now killed hundreds of thousands of people.

Please explain to this dope that it was the “incompetence of China”, and nothing else, that did this mass Worldwide killing!”

This comes after Trump seemed to point out that China purposefully released the virus and let it infect the United States. 

Later on, speaking at a White House roundtable he said:

“Once the plague, as I call it, came in, I said: how did they let that happen? How come it didn’t go into other sections of China?

Why did they block it from leaving Wuhan, but they didn’t block it from going to the rest of the world including the United States? Why is that?

And why didn’t they let us go in to help them fix it? So I’m very disappointed in China.”

The Chinese government is facing an ever-growing backlash from Western countries due to the virus crisis, with Beijing strongly-believed to have meddled with figures and failed to stop the outbreak. 

China – which has a population of 1.4 billion people – says it had only 88,000 infections, with 4,600 losses of life.

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Source: Daily Mail

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