Tag: #Donald Trump

Behind the Glory

Left Review Online June 12, 2020

Behind the Glory

After boasting its glory for decades, when will Uncle Sam clean up its mess? Illustration: Global TimesMore

Crumbling edifice

Left Review Online June 11, 2020

Crumbling edifice

No matter how hard Uncle Sam tries to paint things over, it's obvious to the world the US has lost its moral high ground. Cartoon/Illustration By: Global TimesMore

Trump races to rule the bottom with fool’s fantasies – David Firestein

Yu Jincui May 24, 2020

Trump races to rule the bottom with fool’s fantasies – David Firestein

President Donald Trump made one of his most provocative comments on China yet on May 14 in an interview with Fox Business News, suggesting that he might consider "cutting off the whole relationship" with China. He added, "You'd save $500 billion if you cut off the whole relationship."...More

Obama-Trump feud shows US’ virus fight still unfocused

Yu Ning May 21, 2020

Obama-Trump feud shows US’ virus fight still unfocused

It's a tradition in the US that ex-presidents don't criticize a successor. It's rare for a predecessor to rebuke an incumbent president. But former president Barack Obama has violated the code of silence, criticizing Donald Trump for mishandling the novel coronavirus epidemic repeatedly. After the former president harshly...More

Trump’s lateness to mandate masks escalate the US crisis

Xin Qiang May 15, 2020

Trump’s lateness to mandate masks escalate the US crisis

The White House on Monday ordered all West Wing staff to wear masks at work, except when they are sitting at their own desks, according to New York Times. US President Donald Trump has previously politicized masks, even suggesting to the public at one point they weren't necessary....More

Trump needs to explain high COVID-19 death toll in the US

Li Qingqing April 23, 2020

Trump needs to explain high COVID-19 death toll in the US

US President Donald Trump is eager to restart the US economy, but the number of COVID-19 deaths is still increasing in the country. The US' high mortality rate in this epidemic has led to a serious humanitarian crisis. The number of confirmed cases in the US is still...More

Trump’s promise not to use ‘Chinese virus’ unlikely to stop US’ ethnic slander

Xin Qiang March 26, 2020

Trump’s promise not to use ‘Chinese virus’ unlikely to stop US’ ethnic slander

A few days after US President Donald Trump first dropped his verbal bomb by using the term "Chinese virus" to refer to the novel coronavirus, he said on Tuesday that he would stop associating the virus with China. While he said he did not regret using the term,...More

US hijacks German firm for vaccine monopoly

Ai Jun March 20, 2020

US hijacks German firm for vaccine monopoly

As the novel coronavirus pandemic sweeps the globe with experts warning the worst is yet to come, the US has been busy. At first, it was busy peddling the unproven theory that the virus was "made in China," and is now engaged in wrestling with Germany to seek...More

Trump’s racist tweet another attempt to deflect blame

Left Review Online March 20, 2020

Trump’s racist tweet another attempt to deflect blame

With the COVID-19 outbreak in full swing in the US, President Donald Trump had the temerity to call it "the Chinese Virus" on Twitter on Tuesday. Labeling a virus to reference to a country, region or people contradicts long-held principles of the World Health Organization (WHO). What prompted...More

Trump tweet infuriates China

Yang Sheng March 18, 2020

Trump tweet infuriates China

US President Donald Trump using the term "Chinese Virus" to refer to the COVID-19 in his tweet is an act of inability and irresponsibility, as he wants to make Americans to blame China and cover his own administration's terrible response to the predictable outbreak and his failure to...More

China-Russia initiative aims at easing humanitarian woes in North Korea

Oleg Ivanov December 30, 2019

China-Russia initiative aims at easing humanitarian woes in North Korea

In 2006, North Korea tested a nuclear weapon for the first time. Obviously, one of the major reasons was the fear to ward off threats to its government from the United States that never spared a regime opposed to Washington. Since sanctions have driven Pyongyang to keep testing...More

US needs open-mindedness in 5G race with China

Wang Wenwen December 18, 2019

US needs open-mindedness in 5G race with China

China leads the world's 5G development, which the US calls a race. Earlier this year, US President Donald Trump said, "The race to 5G is on and America must win." The question is, how? Over the past year, we have seen the US ramp up efforts to squeeze...More

Trump’s ‘Tariff War’ backfires on US factories

Chi Jingyi and Zhang Dan for Global Times December 10, 2019

Trump’s ‘Tariff War’ backfires on US factories

Beijing. The US purchasing manufacturer's index (PMI) declined in November and came in below expectations, while the PMIs of China and the EU rose. Analysts said the figures show that the US is lying in the bed it made when it comes to the impact on trade wars...More

The Bell to End the Oil Dollar Hegemony Is Ringing

Hu Weijia November 01, 2019

The Bell to End the Oil Dollar Hegemony Is Ringing

China, the world's biggest oil importer, should follow the lead of Russia and switch to the euro from the US dollar for its oil and natural gas contracts. Rosneft, Russia's top crude oil producer, has reportedly set the euro as the default currency for its oil product sales....More

Kim Jong Un travels through China to Vietnam

Leng Shumei for Global Times February 24, 2019

Kim Jong Un travels through China to Vietnam

Beijing. North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un was reportedly to spend over two days traveling via China to Hanoi, capital of Vietnam, for an "official goodwill visit" to Vietnam and the upcoming meeting with US President Donald Trump, a move Chinese analysts said showed his full trust in China...More