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President Donald Trump Threatens To Sue China If Found Responsible Of The Pandemic COVID-19

Recently, the Guardian reported that US President Donald Trump issued a statement on April 18 that China will suffer the consequences if Beijing is "responsible" for the Covid-19 pandemic. 

President Trump said at a press conference at The White House that:
"If it is a mistake, the mistake will be a mistake. But if they are to be held intentionally, yes, I mean, there will certainly be consequences."

However, he did not specify what the consequences would be.  Here is the continuation that once again the United States pointed its nose at China. Earlier, President Trump and US officials had said that China was not transparent during the early stages of an outbreak in Wuhan. Data on people who died from nCoV were also suspected by Trump to be dishonest. 

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has called on China to allow the United States access to a biological laboratory in Wuhan - the suspect is the source of the first new strain of the Corona virus. 

Pompeo said:
"We are still asking China to allow experts to enter the lab to determine exactly where the virus came from."

Since this laboratory was later rejected by experts, they judged that this was a hypothesis and not recognized. 
On April 14, the Washington Post reported on a US official who had a visit to the Institute of Virology in Wuhan in January 2018 and sent a message to Washington, referring to management and safety in the laboratory is still very weak, and mentioning the study of Corona virus in bat here has a lot of risk of disease outbreak. 

However, the World Health Organization (WHO) has denied the hypothesis, and China has also presented evidence to confirm that the new strain of Corona virus does not appear in laboratories. 

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