Donald Trump blames India for being filthy
Donald Trump has engrossed himself in the signature blame game. And this is yet another example of the series of blame game that he played up and throughout the ongoing pandemic. Let’s consider some facts and incidents before we move towards what Trump’s comment means to us and to him through this election process.
Donald Trump attacks China for being abode for spreading the Corona virus. He charged the epicenter of the virus outbreak in Wuhan; obviously this comes out in the form of non proven facts. All this lead to the accusation series of charging high tariffs on China and by imposition to seek compensation for the loss of everything cause mainly due to the Covid – 19 pandemic. All this seems to be one of the impactful tactics he used in order to prove his stand which was drastically falling down.
But guess what this isn’t the only thing he did during an excruciating time for the world. His commentaries on such crucial issues like these would leave un healings to the country. The trade war between the two countries in the recent times has grown. China though the highest and the earliest hit countries in the world, sent eloquent assistance to the hardest hit countries.
The Trump actions became vigorous when he halted the funds that go to the WHO amidst the pandemic. But chin steeped up with extra funding to make the pressure on WHO and the fund flow normal. Trump must keep one thing in mind by making sure that if the goal is reach a point where proper health care faculties are distributed to the very vast world then the blame game needs to stop and the insensitive stoppage of the funds in a time when those funds would be of great help.
Donald trump: Calling India filthy
In the recent times when the unlock of massive lockdown was lifted, the levels of pollution also augmented eventually making it dreadfully foggy with the toxic air.
“Look at China, how filthy it is. Look at Russia. Look at India. The air is filthy. I walked out of the Paris Accord as we had to take out trillions of dollars and we were treated very unfairly,” he said during the second and final debate ahead of the November 3 US polls mentioned in ndtv.com
He didn’t stop at that, he called out the Paris Accord and besmirched his Political democrat rival Joe Biden on his ideologies in climate policies when he takes over the position. The concept of elections isn’t about putting the other party down but to represent the best of oneself and at a time like this, the thought of bagging the election is to be efficient and effective in bringing up the economy.