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Trump is feeling the political heat after  referring to Third World Countries as sh**hole countries.

President Donald Trump, who has continuously voiced his thoughts and frustrations with America’s continued responsibility for immigrants fleeing Third World natural disasters, asked members of Congress Thursday “why the United States had to shoulder such a burden?”

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Although, his question may seem to be no big deal … the context in which he ask it was.  Once again, his vulgar comments have stirred a political outcry as well as a media freenzy.

‘Why are we having all these people from s***hole countries come here?’ Trump said, according to two people who were briefed on the meeting and then leaked the comment to The Washington Post.

Trump was reportedly speaking about Haitians and citizens of various African nations. Read full story here

In response to Trumps remarks members Congress as well as other political figures have reacted saying:

“Once again, @POTUS has made a fool of himself & our nation on a worldwide stage,” Rep. Bill Pascrell, D-New Jersey, tweeted. “He’s showing his bigoted tendencies in ways that would make Archie Bunker blush. White House statement makes it even more obvious that this President needs some help — what a national disgrace!”

Democratic Rep. Jim McGovern of Massachusetts, tweeted: “America’s president is a racist and this is the proof. His hateful rhetoric has no place in the @WhiteHouse. Every single Republican must denounce these comments now.”

Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch, of Utah, said in response to the vulgar remark, “I look forward to getting a more detailed explanation regarding the President’s comments. Part of what makes America so special is that we welcome the best and brightest in the world, regardless of their country of origin.”

Democratic Rep. Karen Bass, of California, also reacted on Twitter.
“@realDonaldTrump — You would never call a predominantly white country a ‘shithole’ because you are unable to see people of color, American or otherwise, as equals,” she wrote.

California Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris said immigrants “should be welcomed and celebrated.”
“Immigrants from countries across the globe — including and especially those from Haiti and all parts of Africa — have helped build this country,” Harris tweeted. “They should be welcomed and celebrated, not demeaned and insulted.”

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