Everyone, including Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway, agrees the term Kung Flu is racist. There is one exception-
To add insult to injury, Trump's press secretary defended the use of Kung Flu:
“It's a fair thing to point out as China tries to ridiculously rewrite history, to ridiculously blame the coronavirus on American soldiers,” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters during a news briefing, rejecting reporters’ characterization of the remark as racist. “President Trump is trying to say, 'no, China, I will label this virus for its place of origin.'” Politico
In keeping with his Press Secretary's defense of the use of Kung Flu, Trump repeatedly used Kung Flu in a speech to young republicans at a rally at a Phoenix mega church...
So, what about Chinese Americans? What about Americans with Chinese heritage? Isn't Trump's racist and inappropriate use of Kung Flu degrading to these Americans?
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