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US election 2020: Kamala Harris becoming first woman President will be insult to US, says Trump

Also trading barbs at China for spreading the deadly coronavirus, Trump said that he views the trade deal with China "much differently" now than he did before. "We signed a great trade deal (with China) but the ink was not dry when the plague (COVID-19) came in so I view that trade deal much differently than I did before.”

US election 2020: Kamala Harris becoming first woman President will be insult to US, says Trump-dnm
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North Carolina, First Published Sep 9, 2020, 9:42 AM IST
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North Carolina: US President Donald Trump has attacked Democratic Vice President nominee Kamala Harris saying "people don't like her" and it would be "an insult" to the US if she becomes President.

"It's very simple to remember - if Biden wins, China wins, it is as simple as that. You have a situation where we build the greatest economy in the history of the world and we were forced to close it because the China plague came in and now we have opened it (the economy)," Trump said at a rally in North Carolina.

"People don't like her (US Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris) - nobody likes her. She can never be the first woman president of the US. It will be an insult to our country," he added.

He further said that "it was clear" why China and the "rioters" want Biden to win because "they know his policies will be the downfall of America".

Also read: US election 2020: Kamala Harris will never be President, says Trump

Further attacking Kamala Harris, Trump said that it was interesting that Biden picked her as his running mate in the upcoming elections even after she "left the race".

"She left the race (for President) and it's interesting that they picked her because, in theory, they should win California but I don't know, we will make them play for that. You always pick someone who is going up in the polls," Trump added.

Trump further said that he views the trade deal with China "much differently" now than he did before. "We signed a great trade deal (with China) but the ink was not dry when the plague (COVID-19) came in so I view that trade deal much differently than I did before," he said.

The US Presidential elections are scheduled to be held on November 3, this year.

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