It was the cuss word heard around the world. While President Trump denies using the term “s---holes” in reference to immigrants from Haiti and Africa, and some of his supporters believe he was referring only to the corrupt leadership of impoverished countries, his critics were quick to denounce him as a racist.
Many of conservative talk radio show host Rush Limbaugh’s fans were awaiting his take on it when he sat in front of the golden EIB microphone Friday, but Rush informed his audience that wasn’t going to get into the actual word Trump used. Rather, he wanted to focus on the super important thing the president did with that alleged comment.
Rush pointed out that, before Thursday evening, many conservatives were deeply troubled that Trump appeared willing to compromise with Democrats and keep the DACA (aka DREAMers) program, which allows some illegal immigrant minors to enter and continue to stay in the U.S.
But Rush explained that when Democrats came into the room Thursday with a new DACA deal that was “the worst thing in the world,” Trump “blew the whole thing up with one question.”
According to Rush, the president essentially asked, “Why do you people on the Democrat side want to continue to bring people to this country that are not going to benefit this country? Why instead do you not want to bring the best and brightest of the world to this country? Why is it that you think that we need to bring people to this country who are incapable of helping themselves?”
The talk show host added that a memo by former Clinton communications director Jennifer Palmieri leaked earlier this week may have been a factor.
According to the Daily Caller, Palmieri wrote, “The fight to protect Dreamers is not only a moral imperative, it is also a critical component of the Democratic Party’s future electoral success,” making it clear that she sees DACA kids as future Democrat voters.
Rush believes all this led to Trump blowing the Democrat’s new DACA deal sky high, but everyone is focused on the “s---hole” wording he may have used instead.
Rush added, “These people in the media are a bunch of the biggest phony baloneys on this planet acting like they don’t talk this way.”
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