President Trump openly criticizes China at United Nations.
The speech at the United Nations General Assembly on September 22 of President Trump opened with content criticizing China for the Covid-19 pandemic.
Opening his speech at the United Nations General Assembly on September 22, US President Donald Trump accused China of contributing to the pandemic.
"We must hold on to the responsibility of the country that spread the epidemic around the world," President Trump said, calling the Covid-19 translation "the invisible enemy" and the "Chinese virus".
President Trump then went on to criticize Beijing for being responsible for the pollution problem. China is currently the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases, accounting for 28 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.
After criticizing China, President Trump lists what he sees as an achievement after four years in office.
"I am proud to put America first," said President Trump.
Due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, the United Nations this year asked the leaders of the member states to send their speeches in the form of a pre-recorded video and broadcast at the plenary session of the General Assembly.