US President wants the world to know that he is not racist.

This follows an international outcry over an offensive comments he is accused of making about some African, central American and Caribbean countries.

The US president was criticised by the UN and the African Union (AU) after it was credibly reported that he had referred to Haiti, El Salvador and nations in Africa as “shithole countries” during an Oval Office meeting on Thursday.

Trump defended himself on Sunday, telling reporters “I am not a racist” as he arrived for dinner at his private golf club with the House majority leader, Kevin McCarthy.

“I am the least racist person you have ever interviewed. That I can tell you,” he said.

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On Friday, the UN human rights spokesman, Rupert Colville, condemned the “shocking and shameful” comment.

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“You cannot dismiss entire countries and continents as ‘shitholes’ whose entire populations are not white and, therefore, not welcome,” he told reporters at a news briefing in Geneva.

Trump has previously tried to pass a ban on travel to the US from various Muslim-majority countries, which a judge said was a continuation of his “promise to exclude Muslims from the United States”.


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