Sign in
EN - News

Trump Just Made His First Speech Since The Riots & Is Still Calling COVID-19 'China Virus'

He said there are so many different names for COVID-19.
Trump's Speech Was The First Since The Riots & He's Still Calling COVID-19 'China Virus'

On Tuesday, January 12, Donald Trump gave a speech at the Mexican border. This was his first official appearance since the riots at the U.S. Capitol on January 6. 

While his address was predominately about the wall that's been built on the Mexican border, he also spoke about recent impeachment rumours, freedom of speech, and COVID-19

Editor's Choice: Trump Just Issued An Emergency Declaration Ahead Of Biden's Inauguration

My institution also instituted vital public health measures on the border in response to the China virus. Donald Trump

The president continued to say that "illegal immigrants are being promptly removed to protect the health of border agents, other migrants and local communities, and the public at large."

He began to speak about the impact of COVID-19 on various parts of Mexico.

"The COVID...it's got about 24 names I can call it from COVID to China Virus. I can call it the plague, I can call it the China plague. A lot of different names. But we always call it the invisible enemy." 

Trump said that the "invisible enemy" has been especially hard on Mexico. He added that the U.S. has areas right along the border that are "in great shape" while those in Mexico are "suffering on the other side." 

He said that the wall has empowered ICE and border control to fulfill their oath even though it's a "tough... [and] nasty job." 

Children In China Can Only Play Video Games During These Three Hours Each Week

Young gamers better make the most of their weekends. 🕹

Young gamers in China are about to be banned from playing online games for more than three hours a week.

According to a news release from The National Press and Publication Administration, those under 18 can only play online games between 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays starting September 1.

Keep Reading Show less
Wellesenterprises | Dreamstime

The wait is over – Ontario's border restrictions with Manitoba and Quebec will be ending this Wednesday.

Solicitor General Sylvia Jones said in a statement that the announcement comes after, "the province's successful transition to Step One of Roadmap to Reopen, and with the approval of the Chief Medical Officer of Health."

Keep Reading Show less

So Many People Are Actually Exempt From Ontario's New Border Restrictions

Anyone can still travel into Ontario from Quebec and Manitoba by bus, ferry or train.

On Monday, April 19, Premier Ford's new Ontario border restrictions went into effect.

This means that those travelling in and out of Ontario from Manitoba or Quebec will now be stopped by enforcement officials at various border checkpoints, in an effort to curb inter-provincial travel.

Keep Reading Show less

Traffic Is Awful At The Ontario-Quebec Border Because Of New Police Checkpoints

Police are now stopping drivers 24/7 at Ontario's borders.

The provincial government's new Ontario border checkpoints are causing significant delays at the Ottawa-Gatineau crossing. 

The restriction on interprovincial travel went into effect on Monday, April 19 and drivers are already dealing with serious backup approaching the police-run checkpoints.

Keep Reading Show less