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Trump Says Democrats ‘Made Up’ His Remarks About Haitians

Hours before signing a proclamation about Martin Luther King Jr, Donald Trump tweeted a second denial that he made racist remarks about Haiti and African nations. Trump called Haiti and African nations “s—hole countries” in a bipart… Read The post Trump Says Democrats ‘Made Up’ His Remarks About Haitians appeared first on Towleroad.
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