Trump is hammered by an ad that accurately points out that he gave 17.8 tons of vital medical supplies to China as US healthcare workers die from Coronavirus.
Fox Business personality Lou Dobbs has floated the idea of war with China as a result of Covid-19. Dobbs advanced the totally unfounded idea that the disease could be an act of biological warfare.
Dobbs spoke to former deputy national security advisor K.T. McFarland on Thursday night when he made the startling suggestion.
The White House trade adviser has blamed economic globalization for the lack of essential medical supplies. The claim comes as there has been widespread criticism of mask and ventilator shortages.
Peter Navarro told 60 Minutes on Sunday that the U.S. should manufacture crucial supplies instead of importing them from other countries.
Evangelical supporters of President Donald Trump say that he should find a way to punish China, which they blame for the spread of the novel coronavirus. In interviews with Politico, several of these supporters said that Trump should, in addition to containing the virus within the United States, should force China “to take responsibility for the global pandemic.”
President Donald Trump assailed the World Health Organization (WHO) over its response to the coronavirus pandemic in a tweet last night, prompting the organization to defend itself against his claim.
“The W.H.O. really blew it. For some reason, funded largely by the United States, yet very China centric. We will be giving that a good look. Fortunately I rejected their advice on keeping our borders open to China early on,” he wrote. “Why did they give us such a faulty recommendation?”
Although President Donald Trump has come under fire for using what critics say amounts to a racist dog whistle in referring to the coronavirus as “the Chinese virus,” he has a defender in Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas), who when asked by a reporter whether the use of the term is acceptable, responded, “That’s where it came from.”
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) says it appears that Trump conditioned a trade deal with China on the Chinese making up dirt on Joe Biden.
Trump's trade representative, Peter Navarro, refused to answer when he was asked a half a dozen times if Trump is pressuring China to investigate Joe Biden.
The latest tact of Republican apologists for President Donald Trump’s violating his oath of office by publicly urging China to interfere in the 2020 presidential election is to insist that Trump was just joking.
President Donald Trump, in comments made at the recent G-7 summit in France, positioned himself as the protector of United States’ wealth, justifying his refusal to address, much less believe in, climate change on grounds that investing in green energy production would damage the nation’s economic standing.
BEIJING (Reuters) – Foreign investors remained enthusiastic about China, the foreign ministry said on Tuesday, following U.S. President Donald Trump’s claim that his tariffs are causing companies to move production away from the world’s second largest economy.
The “then what” is that Trump’s insistence he can make up the rules when he doesn’t own the ball is inflicting devastating damage on farmers and workers in the U.S. and on the U.S. economy overall.T
The document was riddled with reversals by China that undermined core U.S. demands, the sources told Reuters.
Chinese spies often eavesdrop on President Donald Trump when he uses his unsecure cellphone to gossip with old friends, and Beijing uses what it learns to try to sway U.S. policy, the New York Times reported on Wednesday, citing current and former U.S. officials.
Trump used his perch as chairman of the UN Security Council meeting to accuse China, not Russia, of election meddling because Trump claimed that he is "winning" on trade.
In August, China’s trade surplus with the United States grew to a new record which is sure to “add fuel to the trade war fire.”
Customs data released over the weekend showed that the U.S. trade deficit with China was a record $31.05 billion in August, an increase from $28.09 billion in July, and exceeding the previous record which was set in June of this year.
China on Saturday denounced Donald Trump’s accusation that Beijing is stalling efforts to disarm North Korea as “irresponsible.”
China on Saturday called Donald Trump "irresponsible" after the US President cancelled his top diplomat's latest trip to North Korea and suggested Beijing was stalling efforts to disarm Pyongyang. https://t.co/Sw7QRg6SiJ
It is not a coincidence that President Trump got a $500 million kickback from China, and his daughter got trademarks approved the same day that Trump dropped sanctions.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross failed to divest himself from his private company holdings upon entering government, according to a new investigative report from Forbes Magazine.
After being nominated, Ross promised to divest from his investment holdings upon entering office. This earned him praise from senators in both parties, and he was easily confirmed.
In a move that upset many U.S. businesses, especially agricultural interests and farmers, President Donald Trump said Friday morning that he is going to impose new tariffs on 1,102 Chinese products and the amount of the tariffs would be about $50 billion.