Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden sharply criticize each other

Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden

Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden

Washington … News Time

The US presidential election is just over six months away. The issue of the global coronavirus epidemic has become so important in electoral matters that Republican President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden appear to be sharply critical of each other. Trump and Joe Biden have accused each other of being too lenient with China, both of which are being used in their campaign ads. The report says that the issue of alleged insufficient and inaccurate information from China about the outbreak of coronavirus, which started in Wuhan, China, has become a hot topic in the US presidential election. President Trump’s campaign team recently released an advertisement attacking China, repeating an aspect of the 2016 election campaign, as well as accusing Biden of corruption. Grossman, a professor of political science at Michigan State University, says that if the prescription had worked last time, he might have thought it might work again.

Trump accused China in the 2016 election of being responsible for a lack of manufacturing jobs in the United States and that his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, has been overseeing the interests of large corporations. According to analysts, this strategy may have worked to some extent and Trump won. Trump and Republicans in Congress are insisting that China has covered up the severity of the Covid 19 crisis and spread the news that the coronavirus came from the United States, with dire consequences.

However, Trump’s critics see it as an attempt to cover up America’s reluctance to deal with the global crisis that has claimed more than 50,000 lives so far. One point, analysts say, is that if China had been more transparent, the United States could have adopted a more solid strategy to deal with the coronavirus. In a campaign ad for Biden, Trump has been accused of ignoring initial intelligence reports about the coronavirus threat. Against this backdrop, analysts say that the growing criticism of China from both sides reflects the anger of people in the United States against China. They believe that the deadly virus originated in China, which took the form of a global epidemic. According to political observers, it remains to be seen how and to what extent the warring parties in the US presidential election can benefit from the coronavirus epidemic and the China card.


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