China has condemned a Fox News presenter’s ‘arrogance’, ‘prejudice’ and ‘ignorance’ after he said Beijing should apologise over the coronavirus outbreak, which has killed more than 3,300 people worldwide. Jesse Watters, who hosted an American talk show, made the comments half-jokingly as he said ‘I’d like to just ask the Chinese for a formal apology’. He continued: ‘This coronavirus originated in China, and I have not heard one word from the Chinese. A simple “I’m sorry” would do. It would go a long way.’ US presenter Jesse Watters (pictured in 2017) said: ‘I expect a formal apology tomorrow. Doesn’t matter if it comes from [President Jinping] Xi or the embassy.’ China’s President Xi is pictured inspecting a centre for disease control and prevention in Beijing on February 12 Other participants of the programme, called The Five, chuckled when the commentator launched the rant on Monday. Mr Watters added: ‘I expect a formal apology tomorrow. Doesn’t matter if it comes from [President Jinping] Xi or the embassy.’ Most of the five-member panel laughed again. When Mr Watters’ co-host Dana Perino asked him ‘what if the outbreak started here’, he claimed there was a reason why the epidemic had started in China…. Read full this story
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