Trump reprimands china

Trump Reprimands China for Elections Meddling, Says ‘We Are Winning On Trade’


American President Donald Trump, during a Security Council’s formal meeting, reprimanded China for interfering in the U.S. congressional elections to be held in November. However, his allegation was not backed up with any evidence but he bluntly spoke about how China is involved in electoral meddling because of the intense US-China Trade War.

Rebuking China, he said: “They do not want me or us to win because I am the first President to challenge China on trade and we are winning on trade.” He added, “We don’t want them to meddle or interfere in our upcoming elections.”

China’s top diplomat Wang Yi, who was representing China in the Security Council, immediately rejected the accusation and said: “We did not and will not interfere in any country’s domestic affairs. We refuse to accept any unwarranted accusations against China.”

Trump’s emphasis on China was unexpected at this formal meeting as all the delegates were present there to discuss on profound matters such as the spread of nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons.

READ  Deal with Mexico ‘Could Be Happening Soon’: Trump

Continuing the spate of accusations on China, Trump tweeted about how a Chinese Government-run media was promoting the aids from the US-China trade war. He tweeted:

“China is actually placing propaganda ads in the Des Moines Register and other papers, made to look like news.”

After this, one of the officials from Trump’s administration alleged China for using political, economic, commercial and military information tools in order to impact the U.S. public opinion by promoting the interests of the Chinese government and Communist Party.