Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The Trump administration is pushing to add language to a coronavirus resolution at the U.N. Security Council that would say explicitly that the virus originated in China — part of the administration’s efforts to keep the focus on the communist regime.“All members of the Security Council must recognize the threat that China’s mishandling of the outbreak poses to international peace and security,” a State Department official told Fox News. “The People’s Republic of China has been more interested in saving face than saving lives.”TRUMP DEFENDS ACTION IN EARLY DAYS OF CORONAVIRUS CRISIS, BLAMES CHINA FOR BEING SECRETIVE NBC News first reported that talks at the council over a joint declaration or resolution on the global pandemic have stalled over the U.S. demand that it explicitly name Wuhan as the source of the virus. But the outlet reported that it has enraged diplomats from China — a country that holds veto power at the Security Council.A source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to Fox News that the U.S. suggested language that would name Wuhan, China, and that the Chinese were unhappy about the push.The source told

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