Trump offers a sarcastic apology when Yamiche Alcindor catches him in a lie
PBS White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor was ridiculed after a bizarre exchange with Surgeon General Jerome Adams over his appeal to minority groups to stay healthy during the coronavirus outbreak.
Recent reports have shown that the virus has disproportionately impacted the black and Latino communities, particularly in urban areas. While Adams acknowledged at Friday's coronavirus press briefing that the didn't have the answer to that, he did list physical traits that are prevalent among minority groups that could have a role with the outbreak as well as "multi-generational housing" that can accelerate the spread of the disease.
Trump blasts reporter at coronavirus briefing: 'Don't be threatening, be nice'
President Trump had a contentious back-and-forth with a reporter during his Rose Garden briefing Sunday on the coronavirus, suggesting that the media's overall coverage has been too negative.
PBS correspondent Yamiche Alcindor questioned the president about remarks he made during an interview last week with Fox News' Sean Hannity about the high volume of medical equipment that governors had requested for their states.
"You said repeatedly that you think that some of the equipment that governors are requesting, they don't actually need," Alcindor began. "You said New York might not need 30,000--"
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