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Politics Tom Cotton rips NY Times for Chinese scientist op-ed criticizing US coronavirus response

15:17  23 july  2020
15:17  23 july  2020 Source:   thehill.com

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“The New York Times : Explicit Chinese propaganda: no problem,” Cotton wrote on Twitter on Wednesday. “ Op - ed from a Republican Senator Also on Wednesday, Cotton criticized the Chinese Communist Party after reports that Beijing was using its U . S .-based consulates as headquarters for

There were many reasonable grounds to criticize Cotton ’s Op - Ed : His argument And neither of the two internal Times arguments for why we were wrong to publish Cotton are persuasive — not To the first point, Cotton ’s Op - Ed did include one botched paraphrase. But otherwise the piece, like many

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) on Wednesday ripped the New York Times for publishing an op-ed penned by a Chinese molecular neurobiologist that criticizes the U.S. response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Steve Daines, Tom Cotton are posing for a picture: Tom Cotton rips NY Times for Chinese scientist op-ed criticizing US coronavirus response © Bonnie Cash Tom Cotton rips NY Times for Chinese scientist op-ed criticizing US coronavirus response

"The New York Times: Explicit Chinese propaganda: no problem," Cotton tweeted to his more than 300,000 followers. "Op-ed from a Republican Senator supported by most Americans: Fire the editor!"

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Re “ Tom Cotton : Send In the Troops” ( Op - Ed , nytimes .com, June 3): Senator Cotton , Republican of Arkansas, writes: “One thing above all else will restore order to our streets: an overwhelming But local law enforcement in some cities desperately needs backup, while delusional politicians in other cities

Cotton was responding to the Times publishing of an op-ed by Chinese scientist Yi Rao, who wrote that while his relatives in Wuhan, China, where the pandemic originated, survived, his uncle living in New York did not.

The Arkansas senator was also making reference to a situation that occurred last month regarding an op-ed he wrote for the Times advocating the deployment of the military to U.S. cities in order to help control violent protests.

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The coronavirus outbreak is now into its third month. Testing restrictions were lifted over the Mr. Trump appeared intent on focusing attention on the Obama administration at a time when his own We used satellite images to track the impact of the coronavirus on the economy and daily life around

The Chinese government is working to portray Mr. Xi as a hero who is leading the country to victory in a As more details about China ’s efforts to cover up the coronavirus outbreak have been disclosed by the Chinese news media in recent weeks, Mr. Xi has come Today's Opinion. Op - Ed Columnists.

The piece garnered severe public backlash from other writers at the New York Times and op-ed editor Michael Bennet resigned from the publication.

Publisher A. G. Sulzberger cited "a significant breakdown in our editing processes" that prompted Bennet's exit on June 7.

In the July 22 piece, Rao argued that the U.S. had ample time to learn from China's "experience" in handling the outbreak and that his uncle's life should have been saved.

"The United States had two months or more to learn from China's experience with this coronavirus," Rao wrote, "and it could have done much more to lower infection rates and fatalities.

"My father is struggling to accept his brother's death partly, too, because he believes that he could have treated Uncle Eric - that in China Uncle Eric would have been saved."

New York quickly became the epicenter of COVID-19 in the U.S., accounting for more than 32,000 deaths, including more than 22,800 deaths in New York City.

The overall death toll in the U.S. climbed past 145,000 on Wednesday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

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