Trump urges US reopening as China premier warns of challenges
Friday, 22 May 2020 () President Donald Trump pressed for a further reopening of the United States as job losses mount from coronavirus shutdowns, while China's premier warned of "immense" economic challenges even as the Asian giant emerges from the worst of the pandemic. US President Donald Trump walks across the South Lawn upon returning to the White House in Washington, DC on May 21, 2020, following a visit to a Ford plant in Michigan. AFP Calls to kickstart the world's two largest economies came as large parts of Europe continued to resume normal life as the crisis there abates, with more shops opening and beaches welcoming tourists. But the lifting of restrictions in some places comes...
Donald Trump announced US will end its relationship with the World Health Organization. This comes amid growing tensions between US and China over covid-19. Trump said, “We have detailed reforms that..
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