The Chinese leader was the latest among world leaders to send well wishes to the U.S. president and first lady following their positive tests for the coronavirus.
Some Democrats apparently find it hard to understand how ruthless and dictatorial their communist Chinese business partners are.
Hu Xijin, the editor of the nationalistic Global Times newspaper, gave a scathing rebuke of Donald Trump after the president's coronavirus infection.
In a trend reminiscent of 2016, China's efforts to interfere in the U.S. election has divided the American political class, largely because Beijing's efforts appear less threatening than Moscow's brutish maneuvers.
Chinese state media has been at the forefront of Beijing's efforts to avoid blame for the pandemic and malign its rivals' response.
The report found that the U.S. imported nearly 23 million whole animals and animal body parts in this period.
The court heard how the 37-year-old teacher added sodium nitrite to the breakfast of children in the class of a colleague, with whom she had fallen out.
So far this year, Mongolia has had 22 suspected plague cases, six of which have been confirmed with laboratory testing.
Chinese state media said the badge—used by troops taking part in a drone attack drill off California—was evidence of U.S. aggressive intentions in the South China Sea.
Only 16 percent of adults surveyed across 14 countries said they had confidence in Trump to do the right thing when it comes to world affairs.
"Statistics show, time and again, that some are disproportionately prejudiced against in the U.S.," a caption included with the cartoon reads.
"This is blunt bullying. It's a robbery of Chinese company's achievements under the guise of security," the editorial by state mouthpiece, the Global Times, said.
Pelosi "is only doing it for political reasons. Not your fault," the president said. "You know whose fault it is? China's fault."
China's conception of multilateralism puts the world at peril.
Obama deposed Bill Gates from the top slot in the YouGov poll of more than 45,000 people across 42 countries and territories.
Former Vice President Biden, long a central player in the very globalist establishment project that propelled the PRC to great power status, can only today muster half-hearted criticism of China, unbacked by any discernible plan to counter it.
The former Soviet leader warned that the coronavirus pandemic has set Washington, D.C. and Beijing on the path to conflict.
The Trump administration has taken aim at Beijing's consulates in the U.S., accusing them of acting as hubs for intelligence gathering and political influence activities.
The ships would help provide ammunition to attacking vessels, but many technical questions remain before they hit the water.
China-linked accounts wiped out by Facebook for "coordinated inauthentic behavior on behalf of a foreign or government entity" had little impact but caught the eye of U.S. officials wary of outside attempts to interfere in the 2020 elections.
Global Times editor Hu Xijn tweeted a Military Review article which called for the U.S. to look at basing ground troops on the island.
"Maintaining the safety of our personnel and resources, as well as our allies and regional partners, is of the utmost importance and we remain committed to ensuring a free and open Indo-Pacific for all nations," Pacific Air Forces told Newsweek.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin championed the principle of multilateralism in their U.N. remarks but U.S. President Donald Trump weaponized his speech against Beijing and the WHO.
The militaristic recruitment program primarily targets rural farmers who are then trained to support Chinese industries.
The D'Amelio sisters are among the TikTok influencers joining Triller amid the app's uncertain future in the U.S.
"If they play around, if they want to play the game, they've got some big problems," President Donald Trump warned.
The executive director of Human Rights Watch says that Donald Trump treats human rights legislation as a political tool rather than a matter of principle.
Chinese jets crossed the midpoint of the Taiwan Strait this weekend while troops conducted combat drills nearby.
The president has said he has agreed to a deal to allow the social media platform to continue operating in the United States.