NYPost: Blinken dodges question on punishing China for COVID-19 pandemic
Secretary of State Anthony Blinken on Sunday sidestepped the issue of whether the US should punish China for its handling of the coronavirus.
Asked on CNN’s “State of the Union” if there would be any punitive action against China for the plague that has killed nearly 2.8 million people around the world — including almost 550,000 in the US — Blinken tried instead to steer the discussion to focus on international cooperation aimed at preventing another pandemic.
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