Trump, Steve Bannon, Peter Navarro & Tom Cotton: latest on China coronavirus


President Trump with FOX Trish Regan to discuss the current state of the coronavirus in China

FOX Business’ Trish Regan spoke exclusively to President Trump minutes before his Keep America Great rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Monday about the growing concern over the coronavirus epidemic and the Fed’s rate decisions.

“I think China is very professionally run in the sense that they have everything under control,” Trump told Regan during “Trish Regan Primetime.” “I really believe they are going to have it under control fairly soon.”

“I can tell you … we’re working with them,” Trump mentioned. “You know, we just sent some of our best people over there.”

“I think the virus is going to be fine,” Trump asserted. “They’re working very hard, and we are in communication with them.”

Steve Bannon on China’s handling of coronavirus: ‘They knew about this in December’

Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon has harsh criticism for the Chinese government’s handling of the outbreak of coronavirus, and offers advice to the Trump administration on how the U.S. can further respond, including providing CDC resources to China and strategically partnering with European allies.

Now, people will tell you that’s also where biological warfare are done, those types of places. That’s why there’s so much focus — Bill Gertz’s articles in the Washington Times focus very much on this level four lab that is in Wuhan, right. And I’m not a believer, as you know, I’m not a conspiracy guy, I always tell you it’s out there in plain daylight. The party at Davos, the way they roll is right up in your grill and there are no coincidences.

Tom Cotton: Eliminating coronavirus requires Chinese Communist Party to make big changes

Preventing coronavirus from becoming an epidemic in America will require drastic changes from the Chinese Communist Party, whose secrecy and paranoia are responsible for its rapid growth.

The Chinese Communist Party must cooperate with the world and permit the free transmission of information among ordinary Chinese on the front lines of the disease.

The Chinese Communist Party has now acknowledged that these doctors were right, but its policy of censorship and secrecy is little changed. Half-truths and falsehoods about coronavirus linger in official narratives long after they’re debunked, such as the claims that the disease originated at an exotic animal market or can’t be transmitted via human-to-human contact.

The Chinese Communist Party has been forced to abandon these claims in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary.

The central authorities, under the control of Chairman Xi Jinping, explicitly prioritize political security over fighting the epidemic, with grievous consequences for us all.

Peter Navarro: China will have to be held accountable for how coronavirus started

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro discusses how the coronavirus will impact American markets and whether the Chinese government is tracking American citizens.

While the White House is taking a wait-and-see approach on assessing the impact the coronavirus will have on the U.S. economy, it has already warned that the additional $200 billion of purchases that China agreed to as part of the phase one trade deal will be delayed.

“I think we are going to have to wait another couple of weeks or a month to see just what exactly is going on,” Navarro told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo.

“There’s also companies that are going back to work in China as we speak. We won’t know for a couple of weeks now whether the virus is going to peak or whether it’s going to spread.”

A lot of the things have to be answered. China will have to be held accountable for how coronavirus started.

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