Tag: Trump

The United States will follow the riots: the former acting secretary of defense said that he was afraid of sending troops to be regarded as a “coup”

Chinanews.com, May 13th. According to a report by Qiaobao.com, on the 12th local time, former US acting Secretary of Defense Miller testified before Congress that he did not send troops to the Capitol when the mob attacked the Capitol on January 6. It is because they are worried that this move will encourage people to think that Trump may launch a “military coup.”

2021-05-13

U.S. Facebook will continue to block Trump account

China News Agency, San Francisco, May 5th. On the 5th local time, the Supervisory Committee of Facebook Inc. announced that it would maintain the company’s decision to block the accounts of former U.S. President Trump made in January, but required the company to re-publish it within 6 months. The results of the review and final decision regarding the status of Trump’s account.

2021-05-06

Account is still banned on social platforms, Trump “starts from a new start” to open website

   Chinanews, May 6th. According to a comprehensive report, on the 5th, the independent monitoring committee of the social networking site “Facebook” announced that it would continue to block the account of former President Trump. This decision was criticized by Trump. Just the day before, Trump officially launched a personal platform where users can share his speech on his social network accounts.

2021-05-06

Trump criticizes Biden for “undermining the United States” and confirms that he will run for president again

China News Service, April 30. According to a report by the US Chinese website, on the 29th local time, in an exclusive interview with Fox News, former US President Trump criticized the current President Biden’s policies and continued to participate in 2024. Choose to create momentum. He also revealed that the current Florida Governor Ron DeSantis may become his running mate.

2021-04-30

Focus on it! What hot questions did Biden answer at the first press conference after taking office?

China News Service, March 26. Comprehensive report. On March 25, local time, U.S. President Biden held the first official press conference in more than 60 days since he took office, answering hot issues such as border crisis, gun control, and infrastructure planning. . Because the 100 million dose vaccination target was completed ahead of schedule, Biden proposed a new “200 million doses per 100 days” goal at the beginning of the press conference; in the face of the southern border crisis, Biden also defended his immigration policy and blamed part of the crisis. To Trump. Biden also made infrastructure plans his next priority, but he avoided talking about the gun control agenda.

2021-03-26