Trump escalates US-China conflict with new sanctions, measures
Donald Trump is cutting US ties with the World Health Organization (WHO), claiming it is being influenced by Beijing.
At a news conference, the president stepped up his anti-Chinese rhetoric, announcing plans to strip Hong Kong of its special status with the US, in response to new security law.
Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Washington, DC.
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