Zinke defends ‘konnichiwa’ comment to Japanese-American lawmaker

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke defended his use of the Japanese greeting “konnichiwa” when responding to a question from a lawmaker. Zinke told reporters Saturday that the phrase is innocent and inoffensive. “How could ever saying ‘good morning …
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