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Trump's crude immigration comment draws bipartisan condemnation

In an Oval Office meeting on immigration, President Trump said, "Why do we want all these people from shthole countries here?" The president's remark caused a political backlash in Washington and a diplomatic incident overseas. The lead U.S. diplomat in Haiti was formally summoned to try to explain the offensive remark. Margaret Brennan reports.
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