US President Donald Trump has hoped attacks on China would play well with voters during his re-election campaign, but analysts say that hasn’t happened. Photo: EPA-EFE US President Donald Trump has hoped attacks on China would play well with voters during his re-election campaign, but analysts say that hasn’t happened. Photo: EPA-EFE
US President Donald Trump has hoped attacks on China would play well with voters during his re-election campaign, but analysts say that hasn’t happened. Photo: EPA-EFE

US Presidential Election 2020

‘The dog that didn’t bark’: Donald Trump’s use of China as a campaign issue never got traction, analysts say

  • Blaming Beijing for the coronavirus ‘just didn’t land’ and ‘that’s a really good thing’ for US-China relations, one analyst says
  • Another bid to paint Democratic nominee Joe Biden and his son as corrupt allies of China has also failed to resonate with voters

Topic |   US Presidential Election 2020
US President Donald Trump has hoped attacks on China would play well with voters during his re-election campaign, but analysts say that hasn’t happened. Photo: EPA-EFE US President Donald Trump has hoped attacks on China would play well with voters during his re-election campaign, but analysts say that hasn’t happened. Photo: EPA-EFE
US President Donald Trump has hoped attacks on China would play well with voters during his re-election campaign, but analysts say that hasn’t happened. Photo: EPA-EFE
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