Since taking office, President Trump has continuously called on overseas manufacturers to return to the United States to set up factories. These relevant discussions have once again surfaced on the background that the epidemic has hampered international trade. Studies have shown that the number of deaths in the United States will increase by 20,000 in the next month, which will cast a shadow on the economic prospects of the United States.
US President Donald Trump has once again slammed the World Health Organization, describing it as “a puppet of China.” Trump is basing his criticisms on the management of the coronavirus crisis by the organization. “The United States pays them $450 million a year,” Trump told reporters at a White House event.
The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has responded to his predecessor’s veiled attacks Saturday, and called him the most corrupt and incompetent president to ever lead the US. During a virtual commencement speech for the graduating class of 2020, Barack Obama, the former US president, launched a veiled attack on the current administration.
Democrats want answers on Inspector General Steve Linick’s sacking. This is following allegations that he had opened an investigation into Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s conduct before the abrupt dismissal. Pompeo had reportedly used his position in office to have staff run personal errands for him, prompting the investigation.
The President of the United States, Donald Trump has fired Steve Linick, inspector general of the US Department of State, arguing that he has since lost confidence in him. Linick is also said to have been investigating allegations to the effect that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had been using a political appointee at the State Department to run his personal errands for him and his wife, Susan.
China today called for “closer” cooperation with the United States in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic after US President Donald Trump threatened to “end all relations” with Beijing. “To maintain the steady development of China-US relations is in the fundamental interests of the people in both countries, and is conducive to world peace and stability,” said foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian at a press briefing.
US President Donald Trump has been at odds with Dr. Anthony Fauci on a few occasions. His latest repudiation of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) director does not come as a complete surprise to many. Dr. Fauci’s latest warning on the human cost of pushing for a quick reopening triggered the clash with the president.
Tesla has ignored a shutdown order by Fremont, California local authorities and reopened its facility in the county. A spokesperson for Alameda County said on Tuesday that health authorities were reviewing Tesla’s reopening safety guidelines. Tesla’s factory is situated in Alameda County.
Two-hundred thirty anti-lockdown protesters have been incarcerated in Hong Kong. Many believe that the measures will be used by the state to clamp down on democratic rights. Meanwhile, in Germany, there are fears that the protests will lead to the radicalization of participants at the events.
US President Donald Trump has dismissed concerns at the White House about the spread of the coronavirus, saying Vice President Mike Pence’s tests were negative. The United States still has the highest death toll from COVID-19 in the world, at 82,614, and the most cases, at nearly 1.4 million.
US President Donald Trump abruptly ended his coronavirus press briefing on Monday after he clashed with an Asian-American reporter following an exchange of words. The journalist in question, Weijia Jiang, is a news reporter with CBS TV. She was born in China and emigrated to the United States with her parents at two years of age.
On May 6 The Washington Post reported that the Venezuelan opposition in October 2019 signed a contract with the American PMC Silvercorp to overthrow Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. The Post states the contract amount was approximately $213 million. The agreement supposedly outlined Nicolas Maduro was the target and specifically indicated the undertaking to overthrow Maduro. Additionally, it included the clause to establish the regime and bring to power Juan Guaido.
Chinese President Xi Jinping allegedly pressured the World Health Organization (WHO) to postpone the global alert for Covid-19, asking its President, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, to withhold information on human-to-human transmission and postpone a pandemic alert. The WHO, in a quick rejoinder, has said that the charges are “unfounded and untrue.”
The President of the United States, Donald Trump, intensified on Tuesday his call for the reopening of the American economy. He insisted that citizens must return to work and their normal lives, even if this leads to more cases of infection, and more deaths in the country.
More world leaders are blaming China for its lackluster handling of the coronavirus crisis, which has led to over 3.5 million infections worldwide. It has been criticized for not being forthright with international health agencies, such as the World Health Organization, and the international community, especially during the early stages.
US President Donald Trump has expressed confidence that a Covid-19 vaccine will be developed by the end of the year. He also asserted his customary blame on China for not containing the virus during the announcement. Scientists have warned that developing an effective vaccine could take between 12 and 18 months.
The Iranian parliament is moving to remove four zeros from the country’s national currency, the rial. The decision is aimed at fighting hyperinflation brought on by crippling US sanctions, and the devastating coronavirus epidemic. Legislators want the rial currency replaced with the toman, which has a value equivalent to 10,000 rials.
Due to the coronavirus, there are large numbers of unemployed in the West and the fall of GDP is starting to emerge. Despite all of these factors the fall US presidential race is heating up. At this time the candidate for US President from the Democratic side is Joe Biden. However, the choices are not great on either side since the Democrats didn’t chose a dynamic younger candidate or Bernie Sanders, who has every chance of beating Trump.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo now claims that the coronavirus was manufactured in a laboratory in Wuhan, China. During an interview on ABC’s “This Week” program on Sunday, Pompeo said, “I can tell you that there is a significant amount of evidence that this came from that laboratory in Wuhan.”
US President Donald Trump announced on Sunday that he was “very confident” the US would produce a covid-19 vaccine by the end of this year. Trump held a virtual town hall, televised by Fox News, at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. Scientists have however repeatedly warned that the covid-19 vaccine may take 12-18 months or longer.
US President Donald Trump is convinced that the manner in which China is managing the covid-19 health crisis is proof that Beijing “will do what it can” so that he is not reelected in November. In an interview with Reuters, President Trump said he was analyzing various options, in as far as holding Beijing accountable over the coronavirus is concerned.
US President Donald Trump allegedly gave the Saudi administration an ultimatum to stop the infamous price war with Russia. On April 2, Trump apparently made a phone call to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS), letting him know that unless the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) cut oil production, he would allow lawmakers to go ahead and legislate a US troop withdrawal from the kingdom.
Many theories have been put forward in regard to Kim Jong Un’s present condition. A new report indicates that he is most probably in good health, and could be sheltering from the Covid-19 epidemic. That said, however, North Korea has yet to record a single coronavirus infection case.
The Secretary-General of the World Health Organization today defended the organization, saying that it acted promptly in response to the new coronavirus pandemic. “From the beginning, the WHO has acted quickly and decisively to respond to warn the world,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.
US President Donald Trump had threatened on Saturday to stop his daily coronavirus briefings, apparently over the perceived negative connotation of his statements by hostile media outlets. Trump said that the briefings, were no longer worth the time. He, however, noted that they had achieved record TV ratings.
US President Donald Trump is once again blaming China for hiding information related to the spread of COVID-19, especially during the initial stages. The president says that the virus could have been stopped in China before spreading to other parts of the world. He has revealed that the United States government is undertaking investigations to get a clear picture of what happened.
The world has lately been treated to days of rumors and innuendos about the whereabouts and possible death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. However, in what appears to be a hint that the Supreme Leader could actually be alive and kicking, the Chinese channel CCTV reports activity from Kim Jong-un.
US President Donald Trump has attacked Democrats through a series of fiery tweets for carrying out disinformation campaigns, claiming that he called coronavirus a hoax. This is while stating that he believes the COVID-19 epidemic will end in a “miracle.” The president has not elaborated on what he meant by “miracle.”
American companies that manufacture Lysol and Dettol, two well-known disinfectants, have urged the public not to consume their products, either orally or intravenously. The warnings come following media portrayals of U.S. President Donald Trump suggesting that people inject themselves with disinfectants to protect themselves from the coronavirus.
More than 232,000 people may have been infected in the first phase of the coronavirus in mainland China, a number four times higher than that released by the authorities at the time. The conclusion is from a study carried out in Hong Kong, which comes after Beijing was accused by several countries of not being transparent about the numbers and the origin of the pandemic.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) has formally announced the successful launch of a military satellite into orbit. Christened Nur (“Light”), it reached an orbit of 264 miles after ascent using a Qased launcher. This is according to the IRGC statement. The nation had attempted numerous launches in recent months but failed.
US President Donald Trump is wishing North Korea’s Kim Jong-un well. Trump said so on Tuesday during his daily coronavirus press conferences. But Trump also emphasizes that he has neither received nor rebuffed stories that the North Korean leader is in serious condition after an operation.
U.S. President Donald Trump held another press conference on the new coronavirus pneumonia pandemic yesterday. Numerous sources reported that President Trump would suspend the acceptance of immigrants for the next 60 days. According to reports, this executive order only applies to green card applicants.
The President of the United States, Donald Trump, reinforced speculation about the origins of the COVID-19 virus. He stressed his belief that the coronavirus emerged in the midst of the United States trade war with China, and said that there was no one harder against China than him.
Hong Kong announced today it would extend measures to control the spread of COVID-19 for two more weeks. This includes a ban on public meetings of more than four people. As per the new extension measures, bars, beauty salons, and karaoke clubs will henceforth be closed up to at least May 7th.
In a weekly news conference, Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman responded to Donald Trump’s recent remarks about Tehran’s medical needs and his willingness to negotiate with the United States. Abbas Mousavi called on the United States to refrain from politicizing the Coronavirus issue, referring to Trump’s insistence that the Coronavirus was transmitted from a laboratory in Wuhan.
US President Donald Trump has come under fire from Democratic governors for trying to incite citizens residing in their states that are protesting against current lockdown measures. Trump is looking to have the country reopen by May in order to save the economy. In supporting the protests, the president seems to be sticking to his “We Can’t Have the Cure Be Worse Than the Problem” mantra.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel today called on the Chinese government to be transparent about the origin story of the new coronavirus. This comes after three other countries have, on their part, already expressed suspicion about the information made available by China. “I believe the more transparent China is about the origin story of the virus, the better it is for everyone in the world in order to learn from it,” Merkel said at a press conference.
US President Donald Trump has indicated that the Wuhan Lab-Covid-19 source conjecture may not be completely false. Speaking during a press briefing on Wednesday, he said that his administration was hearing more and more of the same story. This was while responding to a question posed by Fox News reporter John Roberts.
At present, the number of infected with coronavirus passed the two million mark around the globe. Fortunately, stock markets are slowly rising around the world, which is a bit of a positive during the current difficult economic times. Meanwhile, the US is in the midst of a presidential election campaign scheduled for this fall. As of this week, Russia has ramped up its efforts to use social media propaganda and increase its internet presence.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Speaker of the House of Representatives, accused President Donald Trump of having “caused unnecessary death and economic disaster” with how he handled the new coronavirus pandemic. In a letter sent to fellow party members, cited by Yahoo! News, the Democratic leader listed six points on which, in her opinion, was “the truth of what has put us in this position.”
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres believes that now is “not a time to cut the resources of the World Health Organization,” or any other humanitarian organization in the fight against the coronavirus. Guterres spoke in reaction to US President Donald Trump’s decision to halt the US contributions to the WHO budget.
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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, whose state has become the epicenter of the pandemic in the U.S., said President Trump has no power to open his state against his wishes. The Democrat said so in reaction to Trump, who said on Monday that that as the President of the United States, he has “total authority.”
The World Health Organization (WHO) has come forward to defend itself against US President Donald Trump’s allegations of negligence, prompting Trump to once again threaten to reduce the annual budget provided by the United States to the WHO. Trump says that China contributed much less than the United States.
US. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has chosen to drop out of the Democratic presidential race Wednesday, thus paving the way for his rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, to face the Republican incumbent, Donald Trump, in November. Sanders announced his decision via a Facebook Live video while speaking from his home in Burlington, Vermont.
The Trump administration ordered Minnesota mask manufacturer 3M “to prioritize U.S. orders over foreign demand,” late Thursday, citing its authority under the Defense Production Act (DPA), to try and ease critical shortages of N95 masks at US hospitals. This has sparked tensions with America’s allies, notably Canada and Germany, as they fight their own battles against COVID-19.
The United States recorded 884 new deaths from the coronavirus in the past 24 hours, the highest daily number in the country since the start of the pandemic. In total, the number of deaths amounts to more than 5,000. The figures come from the Johns Hopkins University specialized website, which provides real-time global progress statistics on the pandemic.