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Trump Attempts to Clean Up “Shithole”

President Donald Trump appeared to deny using the word “shithole” to describe countries such as Haiti, El Salvador, and other African nations during a meeting on immigration, as reported in the Washington Post on Thursday. Trump on Friday did not directly reference using the expletive, but insisted that the language was more generally “tough.” The language […]
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