Former U.S. President Donald Trump slammed American infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci on Saturday for responding to the coronavirus pandemic, demanding compensation from China and condemning the investigation into his financial situation.
At the Republican State Convention in Greenville, North Carolina, Trump and some Republicans criticized Fauci for asking Americans to wear masks to protect themselves from the virus and expressed doubts about the theory that the virus escaped from the Wuhan laboratory. China.
Trump called Fauci “not a great doctor, but a great promoter” because he often appeared on TV.
“But he was wrong on almost every issue, and he was also wrong in Wuhan and the laboratory,” Trump said.
The source of the virus remains acutely controversial and is still under investigation by US intelligence agencies.
Trump’s leadership of the pandemic caused nearly 600,000 deaths in the United States, and he himself was infected. This was a factor that led to the defeat of Democratic President Joe Biden in the November 2020 election.
Trump called on China to pay US$10 trillion in compensation. US$10 trillion) To the United States and the world, he also said that countries should cancel their debts to Beijing.
The Republican President of North Carolina, Michael Watley, described Trump as “our president” and agreed with the former president’s unconfirmed statement that his 2020 election was stolen by voters fraudulently, and Trump called it As the “crimes of the century.”
Trump said that the criminal investigation initiated by the New York State Attorney’s Office was the “ultimate fishing expedition”, a recent attempt by the Democratic Party to bring him down after two recalls during his presidency.
New York State Attorney Letitia James is investigating whether Trump’s organization has falsely reported property values in order to obtain loans and obtain economic and tax benefits.
Trump vowed to help Republicans in the 2022 congressional elections and approved Ted Buddha as a senator from North Carolina after Laura Trump said she would not run.
The adviser said Trump is considering another presidential campaign.
“From next year’s election, the survival of the United States depends on our ability to elect Republicans at all levels,” Trump said.