Trump called the fiction of reports that U.S. intelligence knew about the coronavirus in November

By publishing this information, journalists knew they were wrong, says the American leader.

Trump called the fiction of reports that U.S. intelligence knew about the coronavirus in November

Information that the U.S. intelligence community had information about a coronavirus outbreak in the Chinese city of Wuhan in November 2019 is not true. This was stated by United States President Donald Trump on Friday on his Twitter page.

On Wednesday, ABC TV company citing intelligence sources said that the National Medical Intelligence Center at the Intelligence Agency of the U.S. Department of Defense warned the White House about the devastating effects of the coronavirus both on human health and business last November.

“This is false news from the ABC. They knew they were wrong to publish this fictional story!” – was written by Trump.

On Thursday, the National Center for Medical Intelligence of DIA said that “media reports on the Coronavirus report in November 2019 are wrong”.

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