Hillary Clinton Calls Trump Racist Over Coronavirus

President Trump called the coronavirus the Chinese Virus and suddenly, the term is considered racist by Democrats and the anti-Trump media.

As the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc across the country, critics of President Trump and his administration are working overtime to discredit their efforts on handling the crisis.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attacked President Trump and said he failed to seriously address the coronavirus crisis early and his response is “racist rhetoric to distract from his failures.”

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio also criticized the president for calling the virus the Chinese Virus.

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) blames racism for Americans avoiding Asian restaurants because the virus is being called the Chinese Virus.

ABC News anchor Cecilia Vega accused President Trump of racism over calling the coronavirus the Chinese Virus.

Critics hit back at Vega on social media.

An MSNBC political analyst said President Trump is promoting “xenophobia and racism” for saying the term Chinese Virus and is putting Asian-American “lives at risk.”

And while some in the media are questioning the appropriateness of calling the coronavirus the Chinese Virus, President Trump pushed back.

President Trump defended his comment on social media.

Democrats and the anti-Trump media are following the lead of China by calling the U.S. effort to combat the virus racist.

Last November, China test-marketed the idea of promoting racism as a way to divide America.

A Chinese government official criticized President Trump over racial discrimination and China’s reaction was connected to the president’s support of Hong Kong.

The same official from China recently accused the U.S. of creating the virus.

As Democrats and the anti-Trump media ramp up their accusations of racism over the coronavirus, President Trump and the White House Coronavirus Task Force are conducting constant briefings to not only inform the country but to unite the country.