US-China ties: White House says China covered up COVID-19 cases
The White House has described the US relationship with China as "disappointing and frustrating", as a rift deepens over the origins of the coronavirus.
President Donald Trump maintains it came from a Chinese lab but Beijing says there is no evidence of that.
Trump has intensified his rhetoric against China recently and some analysts say this is a pre-election gambit.
Al Jazeera's Mike Hanna reports from Washington, DC.
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