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ABC Reporter Confronts Trump on ‘Racist’ Use of ‘China Virus’, Citing ‘Incidents of Bias Against Chinese Americans’

Mediaite Wednesday, 18 March 2020
ABC Reporter Confronts Trump on ‘Racist’ Use of ‘China Virus’, Citing ‘Incidents of Bias Against Chinese Americans’During a Covid-19 press conference, ABC reporter Cecilia Vega confronted President Donald Trump on his "racist" use of the term "China virus," citing "dozens of incidents of bias against Chinese Americans." 
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