“Ask China” … Trump answers the “disgraceful question” and leaves suddenly

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United State It does a better job than any other country, when it comes to doing HIV tests.

She followed her question: "Why is this important? And why is there a global competition for you when there are Americans who lose their lives every day, and we still see more casualties daily?".

And Trump answered her: "People are losing their lives everywhere in the world"Then, he followed with an angry tone: "Maybe you should ask that question China. Don’t ask me, I ask China this question, and then you will get a very unusual answer".

But while Trump was giving permission to another reporter to ask, Wijian, who was born in China, went back to another query: "Sir, why did you address this particular to me?", Referring to her being of Asian descent.

He answered it Trump: "I am not telling you these words in particular. Rather, I am telling them to everyone who might ask a shameful question like this".

Then Trump gave permission to another reporter to ask while she continued and Wijian asked for an answer to her question, before the president moved to a third reporter who was surprised that he suddenly ended his press conference and left, while she was asking her question.

Solidarity was quick with Wijian on the Internet, where she issued her tag "Support Weijian Jiang" Site "Twitter".

George Takei, an Asian-American activist and actor, tweeted: "I stand with Wijia Jiang against Trump’s outbursts of racism".

As for a mooring "CNN" April Ryan, who previously had a similar stance on Trump, wrote to Wegian: "Welcome to the club. This is nauseous. It is his habits".

Trump does not hide his dislike of the media, and has often clashed verbally with reporters during his daily press conferences on the Corona virus.

On Monday, the United States crossed the 80,000 threshold of deaths from the Corona virus, according to the Johns Hopkins University census, which represents a tragic outcome of the worst in the world, and is expected to rise sharply in the coming weeks.

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CBS correspondent Wijia Jiang asked Trump why he has consistently insisted that the United States is doing better than any other country when it comes to conducting Corona virus tests.

She continued her question: “What is the importance of this matter? And why is it for you global competition when there are Americans who lose their lives every day, and we still see more casualties daily?”

Trump replied, “People are losing their lives everywhere in the world,” then went on in an angry tone: “Maybe you should direct this question to China. Don’t ask me me, but ask China this question, and then you will get a very unusual answer.”

But while Trump was giving permission to another reporter to ask, Weijian, who was born in China, returned to another query to Trump: “Sir, why did he speak to me in particular,” referring to her being of Asian descent.

Trump replied, “I am not telling you these words in particular. Rather, I am telling it to everyone who might ask a shameful question like this.”

Then Trump gave permission to another reporter to ask while she continued and Wijian asked for an answer to her question, before the president moved to a third reporter who was surprised that he suddenly ended his press conference and left, while she was asking her question.

Solidarity was fast with Weijian on the Internet, where she posted her tag “Support Weijian Jiang” on Twitter.

George Taki, an Asian-American activist and actor, tweeted, “I stand with Wijia Jiang against Trump’s outbursts of racism.”

As for CNN’s April Ryan study, which was previously subjected to a similar situation with Trump, she wrote to Wijian: “Welcome to the club. This is nauseous. It is his habits.”

Trump does not hide his dislike of the media, and has often clashed verbally with reporters during his daily press conferences on the Corona virus.

On Monday, the United States crossed the 80,000 threshold of deaths from the Corona virus, according to the Johns Hopkins University census, which represents a tragic outcome of the worst in the world, and is expected to rise sharply in the coming weeks.







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