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World Donald Trump speculates about a complete break in China relations

09:20  15 may  2020
09:20  15 may  2020 Source:   spiegel.de

Trump accuses CBS, '60 Minutes' of 'doing everything within their power' to defend China

  Trump accuses CBS, '60 Minutes' of 'doing everything within their power' to defend China President Trump lashed out at CBS News on Sunday, accusing the network's flagship "60 Minutes" news program of using its platform to "defend China" amid the coronavirus outbreak.In a tweet, the president wrote that China "inflicted" the coronavirus pandemic "on the USA and the rest of the World" while not referring to a specific story on the show.".@CBS and their show, @60Minutes, are doing everything within their power, which is far less today than it was in the past, to defend China and the horrible Virus pandemic that was inflicted on the USA and the rest of the World. I guess they want to do business in China!" he tweeted..

Washington D.C. can stop completely the relations with Beijing because of a situation with flash Koronavirus. It was declared by President of the United States Donald Trump in interview to the American Fox Business edition.

President of the United States Donald Trump declared possibility of a complete separation of the relations with China . "There are many things which we can make", - Donald Trump in FOX Business interview told. "We could break off the relations ".

  Donald Trump spekuliert über kompletten Abbruch der China-Beziehungen © TOM BRENNER / REUTERS

The corona crisis is fueling the US dispute with China: In an interview, US President Trump now brought the possibility of an end to the connections between the two countries into play.

For weeks now, Donald Trump has been looking for a scapegoat for the escalation of the corona crisis in his country. Optionally, the US President works on the World Health Organization, the governors of the states, his predecessor Barack Obama and the media. 's main target, however, remains China , where the virus originated.

The relationship between the two countries had been tense even before the pandemic. Now, however, Trump even broke off the relationship in an interview on Thursday with the broadcaster Fox. "There are many things we can do," he said when asked what he thought of the proposal to deny Chinese students a visa in the United States for certain courses.

Trump - currently don't feel like talking to Xi

 Trump - currently don't feel like talking to Xi 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 Trump administration is formulating a long-term plan to punish China on multiple fronts for the coronavirus pandemic, injecting a The effort matches but goes far beyond an election campaign strategy of blaming Beijing to distract from President Donald Trump 's errors in predicting and

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump has speculated that China could have unleashed the coronavirus on the world due to some kind of horrible At the White House, Trump repeatedly blamed China for its handling of the outbreak, criticizing the country for restricting domestic travel to slow the

"We can also end the whole relationship," Trump said. "And what would happen then? We'd save $ 500 billion." He had repeatedly described this amount, which corresponds to the volume of Chinese exports to the United States, in a simplified manner as "lost money".

Trump was also 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, and the virus had already come to an end.

He also brought the idea of ​​massive financial compensation into play - but the chances of success are likely to be slim. Such populist demands are well received by Trump's electoral base.

China says stable bilateral relations in best interests of China, U.S.

  China says stable bilateral relations in best interests of China, U.S. China says stable bilateral relations in best interests of China, U.S.Foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told reporters during a daily briefing that the U.S. needs to cooperate with China in order to achieve stable relations, however.

US President Donald Trump has cut funding for the World Health Organization, insisting the agency be held accountable for its ‘failures’ in responding to Trump first floated the idea of halting the WHO’s funding last week, accusing the organization of being “ China -centric” and vowing to place a “very

US President Donald Trump has appeared to undercut his own intelligence agencies by suggesting he has seen evidence coronavirus originated in a Chinese It is prestigious for China to have a Biosafety Level 4 lab with links to similar labs around the world. What are Trump 's accusations against China ?

The virus crisis is also affecting 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 had repeatedly said in the past that he had a good relationship with Xi - and publicly praised his actions against the virus.

trade agreement should not be renegotiated

Trump and his government officials have been spreading a conspiracy theory for a while, according to which the virus originated in a Chinese laboratory . However, experts assume that the virus has been transmitted from animals to humans, possibly in a market with live animals.

The US President also said he was not interested in renegotiating the trade deal signed with China in January . A state-owned Chinese newspaper previously reported that some government advisors in Beijing were pushing for new talks. After nearly a year and a half of dispute , both countries signed a first partial agreement , under which China committed 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.

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