A few days ago, US President Donald Trump landed himself in hotter water than ever when it was leaked from an internal White House meeting that he had referred to Haiti and African nations (Haiti isn’t in Africa, it’s in – you’re going to like this – North America) as “sh*thole countries” whose people he doesn’t want coming anywhere near American soil. There was shock and outrage at these, in the words of Democratic Senator Dick Durbin, “vile and racist” remarks – although the President himself insists that he was “totally misrepresented” and that there’s “no trust” within the US government.

Now, yesterday was the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., which is marked in the United States with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday, and Trump spent the day golfing. The most important figure in the Civil Rights Movement – maybe the most important figure in African-American history – was being honoured across the country, and the President couldn’t care less. This did not bode well with Trump’s recent declaration that he’s not a racist.

Many of the President’s detractors believed that calling Africa a “sh*thole” was a new low for Trump, who’s saying that the allegation that he used the word is actually hindering his efforts to make a deal for the protection of Dreamer immigrants. Yeah, right.

Trump’s all for immigration, isn’t he? If only all the liberals would stop getting in his way so he could bring in all those immigrants who he loves so much.

Outrage against Trump has spread across the world

The uproar over the comments that Trump made has spread, not only across the United States, but across the entire world.

Everyone stands together against racism – except the racists. And it just so happens that a vicious racist was elected to be the President of the United States in 2016. Crazy, outlandish stuff. It’s “The Twilight Zone.” It’s absurd. There have been calls for Trump to apologise for his racist remarks, but this is Donald Trump we’re talking about here.

He doesn’t apologise for anything. Not no way, not no how.

A spokesperson for the UN said that the only word that one can use to describe what Trump said about Haiti and Africa is – drumroll, please – “racist.” The claim that Trump used the word “sh*thole” has been corroborated by a number of Senators who were present at the meeting where he allegedly said it. The President insisted to reporters, “I am not a racist. I’m the least racist person you’ve ever interviewed.” Really? This is the guy who refused to rent apartments out to black people, you do know that? Of course he’s a racist!

Trump’s racial slur came as Republicans and Democrats kicked off about immigration

Trump used the racial slur “sh*thole” to refer to Haiti and African nations during a meeting in which both Republican and Democratic officials were getting together to discuss the issue of immigration in order to determine whether or not they could work out a deal.

Both sides of the political fence started to heat up and the meeting was getting pretty tense when Trump angrily said, “Why are we having all these people from sh*thole countries coming here?” naming Haiti – a nation of North America – as an example.

And this is the guy in charge of working out a good deal for immigrants in America. Holy cow. The term ‘Dreamers’ refers to undocumented citizens who came to America as children. They didn’t have a choice. So, Trump’s predecessor Barack Obama protected their right to live in America and have prosperous lives. This act protected approximately 800,000 young people, and Trump can’t wait to get rid of it and deport everybody in sight. Well, good luck.