Donald Trump: ‘I Am Not A Racist’
The President demands he is “not a bigot” notwithstanding reports of his defamatory remarks about workers from Haiti and Africa.
Addressed by a columnist in Florida following reports that he said Haiti and Africa were “shithole nations” in a shut entryway meeting, Mr Trump stated: “No. I’m not a bigot. I’m the minimum supremacist individual you will ever meet.”
The President likewise denied making the remarks credited to him, yet didn’t get into specifics about what he did or did not state.
“Did you see what different legislators in the room said in regards to my remarks?” he said to the correspondent. “They weren’t made.”
On Friday, Mr Trump tweeted a convoluted dissent about his affirmed selection of words, which set off a worldwide firestorm of feedback.
Yet, Democratic Senator Dick Durbin, who went to the gathering between the legislators, said that “shithole” was the “correct word utilized by the President, not simply once but rather more than once”.
“He said these despise filled things and he said them over and again,” Mr Durbin included a TV meet.