How the world covered Trump’s ‘shithole countries’ slur

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    Pres. Trump received global condemnation after reports surfaced about his 'shithole countries' slur. So how was the controversy covered globally? MSNBC's Brian Williams takes a look.

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    How the world covered Trump’s ‘shithole countries’ slur

    Pres. Trump received global condemnation after reports surfaced about his ‘shithole countries’ slur. So how was the controversy covered globally? MSNBC’s Brian Williams takes a look.

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