It seems that CNN’s Anderson Cooper has a knack for ‘sh*thole’ stories.
Cooper was the guy who told former Political Director under President Ronald Reagan, Jeffrey Lord, that he would defend Trump even if the president ‘took a dump on his desk.’ Cooper eventually apologized for making the crude comment.
At the close of his AC360 show Thursday night, the lefty talker and former host of The Mole was visually upset–nearly sobbing–while recounting a 2010 visit he made to Haiti in the wake of a 7.0 magnitude earthquake, and took offense to President Trump labeling the Caribbean nation a sh*thole saying that the president could learn something about ‘dignity’ from Haiti as he recalled his emotional visit eight years ago.
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Anderson Cooper with the 🔥: “If he took a dump on his desk you would defend it.” pic.twitter.com/r1dqphRnSC
— Mashable News (@MashableNews) May 20, 2017
I regret the crude sentence i spoke earlier tonight and followed it up by apologizing on air. It was unprofessional. I am genuinely sorry.
— Anderson Cooper (@andersoncooper) May 20, 2017
‘Let’s not kid ourselves,’ Cooper said. ‘Let’s not pretend or dance around it. The sentiment the President expressed today is a racist sentiment.’
The president’s alleged comments were neither racist, nor were they a question of ‘integrity.’ President Trump allegedly used a term to refer to crime-infested and economically devastated countries with corrupt governments as sh*tholes–countries whose citizens often immigrate, illegally or otherwise, to the United States at taxpayer expense.
Mr. Cooper, how about a story on the economic effects on taxpayers and the estimated rise in crime rates of limitless immigration, amnesty for illegal aliens already in the country, and the migrants from Haiti and certain Middle Eastern and African countries that openly hate the United States that President Trump was referring to?
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