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Trump defends 'tough' language but denies calling Haiti, El Salvador, and African nations 'shithole countries'

President Donald Trump defended using "tough" language to describe Haiti, El Salvador, and African nations, but denied calling them "shithole countries. Trump called a bipartisan bill from lawmakers that sought to extend protection for children brought to the US illegally "outlandish." Trump has consistently taken a hard line against immigration and shocked much of the world with his reported "shithole countries" comment.
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