Nasty Note Left on White House Press Room Desk of OAN Reporter Chanel Rion After Asking Trump Question About Pro-China Media Bias at Coronavirus Briefing

One America News Network’s White House reporter Chanel Rion was called on by President Trump toward the end of Thursday’s White House coronavirus task force press briefing. Rion upset her fellow reporters in the Brady Briefing Room by asking Trump about the pro-China bias in questions of him by other reporters about his use of the term “Chinese virus”. Rion also asked about the media allying their messaging with drug cartels and terrorists in opposition to Trump while having access to the White House. Eyes rolled among reporters when Rion prefaced her question by asking Trump if he thought the term “Chinese food” was racist.

Video clip of Rion’s question:

Entire exchange at YouTube with the video set to start at Rion’s question:

Afterward, an unsigned printed note was left on her desk, which she shares with the New York Post, in the White House basement, that read, “Do you think your question was helpful in halting the spread of the coronavirus?”

CNN’s Oliver Darcy got a photo of the note:

Rion posted a photo, commenting, “Ah, workplace drama… ever so incomplete without that dash of anonymous passive aggression. Welcome to the basement.”

Examples of communist China’ government run media propaganda campaign allied with US and Western media and commentators against President Trump:


And a perfect example of Rion’s question provided by MSNBC’s Richard Engel, “”This is a virus that came from the territory of China but came from bats. This is a bat virus, not a China virus. It doesn’t speak Chinese. It doesn’t target Chinese people. It targets human beings who happen to touch their eyes, nose or mouth.”

BTW, Chanel Rion is Asian-American:

And as noted by critics, Rion is well acquainted with Trump world:

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