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US President Donald Trump calls COVID-19 'plague from China'

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US President Donald Trump calls COVID-19 'plague from China'

US President Donald Trump calls COVID-19 'plague from China'

The President of Unites States of America, Donald Trump has called coronavirus "plague from China" and accused Beijing of allowing it to happen.

While addressing, the US President said, "Plague from China, that is what it is, should have never happened but they did allow it to happen.

We had just signed a brand new trade deal and the ink wasn't even dry when it came over."

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