Trump doubts that Russia is spreading fakes about coronavirus

The US President Donald Trump has questioned that Russia, China and Iran have been spreading misinformation about coronavirus, criticizing, in turn, a number of US media.

“First of all, you don’t know what they are doing. If you read the Washington Post, you don’t have to believe it. I believe very little of what I see. I see articles in the Washington Post that are so fake, so far-fetched… “, – he said on Monday on Fox News.

In addition, he accused the New York Times of dishonesty.

So he answered the question of the presenter, who asked, “How much more will the US tolerate?”. After that, the presenter recalled that China accused the United States of spreading the coronavirus.

“They do it, we do it. We say different things about them. I make strong statements about China, including the “Chinese virus”… And I would not say that they were excited. They said that it was done by our military. I say: do you mean the Chinese virus? And then they suddenly call and say: let’s speak politely. Every country does it”, – Trump said.

Earlier, the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused Russia, China and Iran of disseminating false information, who did not provide any evidence of his words.


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