Anderson Cooper and Jimmy Kimmel on Trump's comments over Haiti and African nations

Updated On 14 Jan, 2018 Published On

Some of the big names in the journalism based in the United States of American, Anderson Cooper, and Jimmy Kimmel had their words on Donald Trump's comments on Haiti and African nations.

During Tuesday, January 9th meeting in between bipartisan senator at the White House, Trump reportedly called Haiti, El Salvador, and African nations “s***hole countries”, to which many are reacting as the latest comments in a long history of racist remarks made by Trump. 

The anchor of the CNN news show Anderson Copper 360°, Anderson commented that Trump's comments over Haiti and African nations weren't "racial" or "racially charged", while Jimmy Kimmel mentioned Trump's comments as "unfathomable."

The additions were, Tomi Lahren, Ann Coulter, and David Duke who tweeted on Trump's comments.





Trump, as president, came under fire for saying there were "many fine people" on both sides of the Charlottesville protest, but his campaign was accused of being rotted in racism from the start.