Remember That Lady Reporter Trump Called Out For ‘Working For China’? — Here’s The 411

Written by Wes Walker on April 7, 2020

At Trump’s press conference on Monday Trump asked one young lady if she worked for the Chinese Communist Party. Her answer wasn’t the whole truth.

Not everyone was watching the press conference on Monday.

But those of you who did may remember the Chinese lady who took her turn to ask questions:

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Trump had some questions of his own — specifically concerning who it was she was representing while asking those questions…

Her answers were, at best, vague. And there’s a reason they would be.

She works for Phoenix TV.

Who are they? Ted Cruz knows all about them…

From that story:

In response, Chinese Sound provided testimony to the FCC from a former Phoenix TV news director, Chung Pong.

“I know from personal experience that Phoenix TV’s content is subject to the dictates of the leadership of the Central Communist Propaganda Department, Central Communist Overseas Propaganda Office, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs which often directly sent instructions to Phoenix Satellite TV,” Pong said in a statement included in an FCC filing.

The Party and government instructions “included directives to remove specific items of news that violated the ‘Party’s news guidelines’ or positively reported [on] the United States or events in the United States,” he said.

That matches up pretty cleanly with what we know about a country that outlawed Winnie The Pooh because of an unflattering meme.

Somehow, this lady working for a Chinese Propaganda outlet can be present to ask questions of the President in these pressers.

Kudos to Trump for being able to smoke her out.

 

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