|Caption: Donald Trump and first lady|
Ignoring his criticism, Trump goes a step further and even in his written commentary, he is writing Chinese by cutting Corona virus in place of the Corona virus.
In a daily press briefing on the Corona virus, on Thursday, Trump wrote 'Chinese virus', deleting 'Corona'. The Washington Post photographer, Jabin Botsford, made the photo of Trump public on social media.
Why have journalists repeatedly called the Chinese virus in many places? When asked Trump, he confidently says, 'This is from China, that's why I call it a Chinese virus.'
President Trump has been vehemently rejecting it, rather than saying, "Is this a colorful expression?"
Some time ago, a spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry said Trump was irritated after indirectly accusing the US military of infecting the virus in China through a tweet.
The US Army team went to participate in the World Games of the Armies, which took place in Wuhan, China in October.
Not just President Trump, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and other officials in the Trump administration have also called the Corona virus a "Chinese virus."
Objection of the World Health Organization
The World Health Organization is warning the Corona virus not to be 'Chinese virus' or 'Wuhan virus'.
Mike Ryan, executive director of the World Health Organization's Emergency Program, points out that such actions can lead to discrimination.
The World Health Organization named the virus Covid 19 as a way to prevent such discrimination from happening to anyone. CO means corona, VI means virus and D means Disease. And, it is said to be 19, which appeared in 19.
Abuse on Chinese
Chinese-American beating cases in the United States have also become public.
Concerns have been raised that such unpleasant developments at the grassroots level could be exacerbated by the US leadership making such discriminatory remarks.