Trump’s approach to China has claimed American lives, jobs, says Harris

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By Harrison Arubu


New York  –  America has lost lives, and standing as a result of Donald Trump’s “perspective and approach ”, according Ms Kamala Harris.

Harris, Democratic Party’s vice candidate, made claim during Wednesday’s debate with her Republican rival, Mike Pence.

She was answering moderator’s question on how she would describe U.S. relationship with ; whether competitors, adversaries or enemies.

Harris said Trump had a “weird obsession” with getting rid of the accomplishments of the administration of Barack Obama in which a Biden served as Vice .

“For example, they (Obama and Biden) created within the White House an that basically was responsible for monitoring pandemics, they (Trump) got rid of it.

“There was a team of disease experts that Obama and Vice Biden dispatched monitor what is now predictable and what might happen.

“They pulled them ,” Harris stated amid interjections by Pence, who said the claims were not true.

She said no fewer than 210,000 Americans have lost their lives as result of the Trump administration’s decisions.

On the job situation, the Democratic nominee said Trump’s renegotiated trade deal with China resulted in the loss of no fewer than 300,000 manufacturing .

She said American consumers were paying thousands of dollars more for goods because of “that failed , that they called it”.

According her, an analysis by a reputable research firm shows that leaders of U.S. allied countries now respect President Xi Jinping of China than Trump.

“This is where we are today because of a failure of leadership y this administration,” she said.

Answering the same question earlier, Pence reiterated the Trump administration’s position that China is to blame for the pandemic.

“The president is not happy about it, and he has made that very clear and made it very clear today again.

“China and the are not playing straight with the American people.

“They did not let our personnel into China to gain on the coronavirus until the middle of February,” he said.

Pence said stood up to China from the outset of the pandemic by suspending all travels from the Asian country where the outbreak started.