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China says Trump's remarks against it full of 'fabricated lies'

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 23 September 2020
Slamming Trump's speech, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said the American leader's UNGA remarks about China "disregarded facts and fabricated lies". "And driven by shady political motives, President Trump used the UN podium to level unfounded accusations against China. China firmly opposes these smears. Such acts have again shown that unilateralism and bullying are the biggest threat to the world," Wang said.
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