Mohyeldin Ties Trump to Hate Crime Increase


[See NewsBusters for more.] MSNBC Live host Ayman Mohyeldin concluded his Friday show by talking to actor and writer Alan Yang of Parks and Recreation fame to discuss the uptick in hate crimes against Asian-Americans and postulated that President Trump's COVID messaging has something to do with it.

Mohyeldin asked Yang, "President Trump has repeatedly used the term 'China Virus' and other frankly racist nicknames to refer to COVID-19. How difficult does it make it to fight Asian-American bias when that's the message that is coming from the White House to this country?"

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