Andrew Yang Offers Scathing Explanation For Donald Trump’s Racist ‘Kung Flu’ Slurs

Previous presidential contender Andrew Yang said Donald Trump’s repeated use of the racist term “kung flu” to refer to the coronavirus “is the determined thrashing all-around of a shedding prospect.” 

Trump utilizes derogatory and offensive slurs to “distract awareness from the point that the administration has entirely botched and mishandled the coronavirus pandemic,” Yang, who give up the race for the 2020 Democratic nomination in February, explained to CNN’s Anderson Cooper.

Trump’s divisive rhetoric is “like the determined thrashing around of a losing applicant,” argued Yang, who is Asian American.

Trump revived his “kung flu” slur through his underattended rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday, and recurring it at a rally in Arizona on Tuesday.

“He shows up to a rally that has a small portion of the folks they are projecting and he’s somewhat determined, in my view,” Yang ongoing. 

Trump is “just degrading himself and the place of work of the president even more by grasping at straws that are not basically keeping him afloat,” reported Yang, who explained he wished the president could “figure out a path that did not entail racist remarks that conclusion up throwing millions of Americans beneath a rhetorical bus.”

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