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Colbert: ‘Very Racist’ For Trump To Blame China For Virus (It Scrambled To Cover Up)

Daily Caller Wednesday, 18 March 2020 ()
Colbert: ‘Very Racist’ For Trump To Blame China For Virus (It Scrambled To Cover Up)‘Trump’s been tooting his dog whistle pretty hard’
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US President called the COVID-19 'the Chinese virus', why is that wrong? | Oneindia News 02:11

US President Donald Trump has been using the label Chinese virus to refer to the COVID-19. He defended this as a correct identifier because the virus had in fact originated from China. His choice of words has been called out as racist. We explain why viruses are reffered to by their scientific names...

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