India has just been devastated by Covid-19: Trump
Former President Donald Trump declared on Thursday that the Covid-19 epidemic has ravaged India and that China is to blame for the disease's worldwide expansion. Former President Donald Trump claimed on Thursday that the coronavirus epidemic has destroyed India, and that China should pay the US USD 10 trillion for allegedly causing the worldwide spread of Covid-19. In an interview with Fox News, Trump stated that China should pay more as reparations to the rest of the globe, but that this is the most they can afford. “The number (compensation) is significantly greater. However, they can only pay so much. That's all we have to say about it (United States). The figure is higher everywhere across the world. Look, countries have been destroyed as a result of their actions, whether by accident or not. “However, when you look at these nations, whether it was by chance, whether it was — whatever it is, this — you see these countries. They'll never be the same again. Our country has been devastated. However, other nations were impacted considerably harder,” he added, citing India as an example, which is presently facing the biggest public health crisis in history. “Take a look at what's happening in India right now. Look how well India is doing, they used to say, since they were constantly looking for an excuse — look how wonderfully India is doing. The fact that India has been decimated recently, as has almost every other country,” Trump remarked. “I believe that's one of the reasons why I think it's critical to figure out where it originated from and how it got there. I believe I have figured it out. I mean, I'm confident about it. China, on the other hand, should undoubtedly assist. He claimed that “right now, their economy and our economy are the two economies that are recovering the fastest.” Chinese health officials initially announced the presence of Coronavirus in Wuhan in December 2019. The coronavirus may have spilled from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan, central China, according to Trump.