South Florida Haitians react to Trump's derogatory remarks
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Haitian-American community leaders in Miami gathered Friday night to remember the 300,000 lives lost in the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, but they ended up responding to reports that President Donald Trump referred to their nation as a “shithole” and wanted to exclude Haitians from any special protected status. … Click to Continue


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