CGTN America
CGTN America 15 Sep 2020

Billionaires facing more scrutiny as pandemic underlies inequality


The U.S economy was growing at a clip before COVID-19 struck.

But so was the gap between rich and poor - or as it's often called income inequality.

And for many, this summer's racial justice protests have also been a reckoning over that growing wealth divide.

But President Donald Trump and his opponent Joe Biden have very different approaches on how to resolve it as they contest the upcoming election.

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