Once again, Donald Trump is causing so much uproar, even the dictionary seems to be tired.
According to The Washington Post, 45 was in an Oval Office meeting on Thursday discussing an immigration deal when he asked lawmakers, âWhy are we having all these people from sh*thole countries come here?â Trump was referring to people from El Salvador, Haiti, and countries in Africa.
"Let me be clear tonight. The people of Haiti have been through more… withstood more — they've fought back against more injustice than our President ever has." Anderson Cooper choked back tears as he reflected on the devastating quake nearly 8 years ago https://t.co/Yuh5xe3P8Q
— CNN (@CNN) January 12, 2018
It seems Merriam-Webster had taken notice as well. On Friday morning they released their word of the day, âreprehensible.â
Definition? âWorthy of or deserving reprehension, blame, or censure.â
Sounds like Trump to us.
We peep what youâre doing here Merriam-Webster. Keep doing it.
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