Former President Obama reportedly issued his strongest response yet to his successor's referring to the coronavirus as the "kung flu" during a recent virtual appearance, telling supporters that such sentiments are completely inappropriate coming from a U. S. president.
In an invite-only fundraiser held last week for former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden's record-setting tax increases will take your money — and your job Cable networks pooling convention coverage to reduce number of employees Biden on Trump sharing video of protester shouting 'white power': He 'has picked a side' MORE's presidential bid, Obama rejected President Trump's use of the term during a youth rally in Arizona, according to The New York Times.
“I don’t want a country in which the president of the United States is actively trying to promote anti-Asian sentiment and thinks it’s funny. I don’t want that. That still shocks and pisses me off,” Obama reportedly said.
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