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United Nations Human Rights Office commented Donald Trump’s derogatory remarks as ‘racism’.

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Geneva: The United Nations Human Rights Office has termed the derogatory remarks of US President Donald Trump about al-Salvador, Haiti and some other African countries as ‘racism’. Rupert Colville, spokesman of the United Nations Human Rights Commission, condemned these two countries as being dirty by trumpets. Trump made this comment in a meeting with lawmakers on immigration. Colville said, “This comment by the President of America is surprising and shameful. Regrettably, I have to say that this is nothing but racist.

According to the people present at the meeting in the Oval Office, Trump was desperate to say that the al-Salvador, Haiti and certain African countries are being allowed to come to America.

According to the people present at the meeting in the Oval Office, Trump was desperate to say that the al-Salvador, Haiti and certain African countries are being allowed to come to America. It is being said that Trump said, ‘After all, why are all these people of these dirty countries letting us be here? Why do we need more people in Haiti? Take them out. “The Trump also said that America should welcome the strangers of countries like Norway.