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‘A New Low.’ The World Is Furious at Trump for His Remark About ‘Shithole Countries’

TIME / World 30 sources

World leaders, politicians and TV personalities have poured scorn on Trump

Trump denies 'shithole countries' remark but senator asserts he said it

The Guardian / US

Donald Trump appeared to deny on Friday that he used the phrase “shithole countries” to describe Central American and African nations during talks with US lawmakers the day before. But one of the senators present contradicted Trump and…

UN condemns Donald Trump's 'shithole countries' remark as racist

The Guardian

Human rights office steps into row as residents of nations maligned by president respond angrily and demand apology

Trump allegedly took a ‘victory lap’ after his ‘shithole’ remark

New York Post

After making his “shithole” comment about Haiti and Africa during an Oval Office meeting, President Trump phoned aides, allies and friends to ask how they thought the slur played out in the press, according to a report. One White House…

Trump ‘shithole countries’ comment could ground travel ban

MSNBC

President and CEO of the National Constitution Center tells Ari Melber, Trump’s “shithole countries’ remark could have legal implications for his travel ban.

White House staffers reportedly think Trump's 'shithole countries' remark will play well with his base

Business Insider

President Donald Trump prompted an outcry on Thursday after a bombshell report surfaced that he had referred to Haiti and African nations as "shithole countries" during a meeting on immigration with lawmakers.

Late-Night TV Hosts Skewer Trump For 'Shithole Countries' Comment

Seth Meyers had to walk away for a minute to process the news.

Late night tackles Trump's 'shithole countries' remark

CNN / Entertainment

Hosts like Jimmy Kimmel have dealt with many bizarre moments from the Trump White House. Yet, late night hosts on Thursday night seemed more perplexed than usual while discussing the president's latest comments regarding people from what…

'Shame on Trump!' World reacts to Trump's 'shithole countries' remarks

www.cnn.com

US President Donald Trump's complaints about immigrants coming to the US from "shithole countries" have prompted condemnation from around the world.

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