ABC’s Karl Concedes Trump May Be Correct on Virus Source: ‘May Be True Even If Trump’ Said It

Brent Baker | May 31, 2021
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Jonathan Karl on Sunday grudgingly conceded former President Donald Trump may have been correct in pointing to a lab in Wuhan, China as the source of COVID-19, allowing that “some things may be true even if Donald Trump said them.” 

ABC’s chief Washington correspondent then proceeded to blame Trump, not journalists, for ignoring the lab as the source because of how Trump supposedly used “racist” terms in describing the virus: “Because Trump was saying so much else that was just out of control, and because he was, you know, making a frankly racist appeal talking about ‘kung-flu’ and the ‘China virus,’ his notion that he put forward” in “flatly” saying “this came from that lab, was widely dismissed.”

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