ニュースの中での Backtrack

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Vox
· The racist history of Trump’s “When the looting starts, the shooting starts” tweet  
On Friday afternoon, President Donald Trump attempted to backtrack on a tweet that appeared to threaten violence against black Americans protesting the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The Guardian
· Matt Hancock's obsession with hospitals has warped priorities and cost lives  
While money without limit was thrown at building Nightingale hospitals where thousands of beds remained empty and private firms were being hired in a chaotic ramping up of testing capacity which marginalised NHS labs and wasted time, Jenrick tried to backtrack on a commitment to cover councils’ pandemic spending.
BBC Sport
· Livingston: Keeper Gary Maley earns new deal after Twitter poll joke  
The Scottish Premiership club were stunned by the response, with assistant manager David Martindale having to backtrack on a pledge to donate £1 for every vote cast.
The Atlantic
· All the President’s Lies About the Coronavirus  
Shortly after that, Trump backtracked, saying that he had not compelled private companies to take action.
The Independent
· Indiana Jones fans backtrack on calls to cancel new film after James Mangold announced as director  
Indiana Jones fans are backtracking on their calls to cancel the new film after learning who will replace Steven Spielberg as director.