Trump had made a similar remark during the first debate on 29 September when he said India, China and Russia contribute to global pollution.
Special Rapporteur Olivier De Schutter said most of those who will fall into extreme poverty will be informal sector workers or in precarious employment conditions, especially women.
Trump and Biden also sparred over their economic policies, the coronavirus pandemic, immigration and racism, in addition to accusing each other of being compromised by foreign money.
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The rise in passenger traffic, from 29% of normal levels to 35% on Sunday, shows that virus flare-ups may no longer lead to further backsliding in passenger traffic.
Relations between the Vatican and China were broken off in 1951, and reaching a settlement with the Communist Party had proved elusive, especially under President Xi Jinping.
Growth in foreign investment in Vietnam's Bac Giang province is almost doubling every year and the province forecasts exports value to reach $11 billion, a tenfold leap in 6 years.
Secretary of State Michael Pompeo said the US wants its people to able to differentiate between news by a free press and propaganda by the Chinese Communist Party.
Around 1.8 million Indian-Americans are eligible to vote for the upcoming presidential elections and studies indicate that most are tilting towards Democrats.