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Poll: Congress Has a Lower Approval Rating Than Donald Trump
The President's ratings remained higher than Congress', despite taking a hit over his handing of coronavirus.In the University's latest survey, 43 percent asked said they approve of the overall job Trump is doing as the President, while 32 percent said they approve of the job being done by Congress.
Washington, May 14 (Reuters) - There is no relief in sight in the dispute between the United States and China. US President Donald Trump told Fox News on Thursday that he was very disappointed that China had not contained the corona virus. Covid-19 comes from the People's Republic and Beijing could have stopped it. That casts a shadow over his trade deal with China. The ink under the contract was hardly dry, since the virus had already come. The trade deal therefore no longer feels as great for him as it did at the beginning. This also affects relations with China's President Xi Jinping. "I don't feel like talking to him right now. I don't want to speak to him." Trump has repeatedly said in the past that he has a good relationship with Xi.
Billie Eilish Working on New Song in Quarantine
Billie Eilish is making the most of her time in isolation at home by fostering puppies and recording new music. Billie Eilish In a video uploaded to YouTube on Saturday (May 9), the singer chatted with Beats 1’s Zane Lowe about launching her father-daughter Apple Music show, but they mostly talked about how she’s feeling in quarantine.“I know that everybody, like the beginning of this really got to people,” Eilish said. “I didn’t really have that experience because I cheated. I rescued two puppies, or fostered two puppies. I was completely distracted.
Trump also said he was not interested in renegotiating the trade deal with China signed in January. A state-owned Chinese newspaper previously reported that some government advisors in Beijing were pushing for new talks. Both countries had signed a first partial agreement after nearly a year and a half of dispute, in which China pledged to buy an additional $ 200 billion in US goods over the next two years. Trump had sparked the dispute because, among other things, he was disturbed by the United States' large trade deficit with China. (Diona Chiacu and Susan Heavey, written by Ralf Bode. Edited by Hans-Edzard Busemann If you have any queries, please contact the editorial team at 030-2888-5168 or 069-7565-1236.)
Trump considering attending rocket launch in Florida .
President Trump on Thursday said that he is considering attending a major rocket launch at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida next week. © Getty Images Trump considering attending rocket launch in Florida "I'm thinking about going," Trump told reporters at the White House Thursday afternoon before departing for a trip to Michigan to visit a Ford plant making ventilators. "That'll be next week, to the rocket launch. I hope you're all going to join me. I'd like to put you on the rocket and get rid of you for a while," the president quipped.