Nigerian Man Reacts To Trump’s ‘Sh*thole’ Countries Remark In A Surprising Way

Hannah Bleau

President Trump has denied calling African countries, as well as Haiti and El Salvador, “sh*tholes.”

Here’s the thing: I don’t care if he said it. Was it “presidential”? Probably not. But I’m at the point where I don’t care about having a president who “looks” presidential. Obama looked and played the part beautifully, and he was awful. I’m just saying, I have some leniency here. Trump has redefined the presidency. It’s never going to be the same, and I’m OK with that. Ronald Reagan was the perfect combination of classy yet fierce, but I don’t think we’ll ever see that again. Trump isn’t polished, and I’m good with that. Democrats and MSM did this to us. They beat us down, and we rose up and said, “WE’RE DONE.” No more #FakeNews narratives. No more mischaracterizations. We’re going to say it like it is.

So if Trump called them “sh*tholes,” it’s fine by me. They ARE. It’s not a “racist” insult to the people of those countries. It’s an insult to the corrupt governments. Democrats who are pretending to be outraged over Trump’s remark should ask themselves this question: Why don’t they dream of moving to a country like Haiti or Nigeria? If your answer is, “Because America is better and there’s no opportunity in those countries and the government is ridiculously corrupt,” congratulations. You just admitted that those countries are sh*tholes.

Listen to this guy. He’s a Nigerian, and he’s not mad at Trump because NIGERIA IS A SH*THOLE. About halfway through, he makes a remark about Trump being a racist (yawn), but just ignore that because everything else is ON POINT.

A country where food is unaffordable is a sh*hole country. A country where there’s no due process is a sh*thole country. A country that cannot protect its people is a sh*thole country. A country where people are regularly dying of starvation is a sh*thole country.

These are the facts. Deal.