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WH defends Trump's use of 'kung flu'

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WH defends Trump's use of 'kung flu'

WH defends Trump's use of 'kung flu'

Despite criticism over President Donald Trump's use of the term "kung flu" to describe the coronavirus at his rally in Tulsa over the weekend as racist, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Monday said the media is trying to "play games" with nomenclature.

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