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US ready to teach China a lesson, big step soon says White House

Disputes between the United States and China have escalated ever since the COVID-19 outbreak began Now in Hong Kong, the new law brought by China has ignited the atmosphere more between the two countries.
Now, the United States has warned China directly that it is going to take major action against China, but the United States has not made clear what lesson it will teach China, the White House said.
Relations between the United States and China have soured since the outbreak of the corona virus. President Donald Trump is targeting China for the poor handling of Covid-19 outbreak. He also named the corona the Chinese virus.
McEnany was responding to a question on recent statements made by top administration officials, including White House Chief of Staff, National Security Advisor and Secretary of States, hinting the president could take additional measures against China in the coming days.
"I can't say more than the president's statement about what steps are being taken against China," White House Press Secretary Kyle McKinney told reporters Wednesday. But you will soon know what steps will be taken against China.
McKinney was responding to a question on the latest statements from top administration officials, including the White House Chief of Staff, National Security Adviser and Secretary of State. The statement indicated that in the near future, the President will take a tough stand against China.
China has taken over Hong Kong, U.S. National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien told reporters Wednesday. He was referring to a new national security law recently introduced by China, which China had imposed on the former British colony.
"I think there will be some drastic steps taken in the near future," he said. There has never been a president like Donald Trump in American history who stood up against China. He is the first president to impose heavy tariffs on China to curb trade imbalances.
Earlier, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo lashed out at China over the border dispute. There is no neighboring country with which China does not have a border dispute, said Mike Pompeo. Recently, China also mentioned its border dispute with Bhutan.
Meanwhile, China is showing military prowess by conducting US naval exercises in the South China Sea. China's official media, Global Times, tried to threaten the United States, but the United States ridiculed the threat and challenged China.

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