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President Trump's vulgar remarks regarding people who hail from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries have sparked furor and hurt among thousands of Bay Area... [Read More]
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The latest remarks included a reference to "s---hole countries." [Read More]
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Trump's reported remarks set off a firestorm Thursday. [Read More]
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Adding to the list of conservative commentators coming to the defense of President Trump's reported 'shithole countries' comment, Tomi Lahren is the latest who's coming... [Read More]
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President Trump is alleged to have made inflammatory remarks about countries in Africa, Haiti, and El Salvador. [Read More]
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Backlash on social media was immediate, with lawmakers such as U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan and California Congressman Ted Lieu denouncing the President's comment. [Read More]
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The president said of his reported comments: ... this was not the language used. [Read More]
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In bluntly vulgar language, President Donald Trump questioned Thursday why the U.S. would accept more immigrants from Haiti and "shithole countries" in Africa rather than... [Read More]
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It was a “classic Trump moment,” one official said. [Read More]
Sources say Trump comments came at an Oval Office meeting on immigration. [Read More]
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