After calling Haiti, El Salvador, and African nations “sh*thole countries,” US President Donald Trump has been branded a racist. He’s been called “vile and racist” by a Democratic Senator who was in the meeting where Trump made the comment, but the President himself insists, “I am not a racist.” He, in fact, went so far as making the claim, “I’m the least racist person you’ve ever interviewed.” That would only be true if the interviewer in question was new to the job and had only ever interviewed the head of the KKK or a member of the Westboro Baptist Church.

Now, let’s not forget that Mr. Trump was once sued, back in his real estate days, for refusing to rent apartments to black people. Rest assured, he definitely, without a doubt, one hundred percent a racist. And remember the time on his Presidential election campaign when he said that all Mexicans were, by virtue of being from Mexico, “rapists?” That’s racist! That’s what a racist would say!

Trump denies using the word ‘sh*thole’

Although two Senators corroborate the “sh*thole” story and out of a bipartisan meeting of many different people, no one else has denied it, Trump denies using the word “sh*thole.” He tweeted that the language that he used during the meeting was “tough,” but it was not the word “sh*thole.” Well, until someone else says that, it’s going to be kind of hard to believe.