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Trump has story of racially charged Oval Office remarks: report

Amid reports that President Trump used the word “shithole countries”during a assembly about immigration, allegations flush Friday that he once demanded that a Korean-American comprehension researcher tell him where her “people” are from.

“Where are you from?” Trump asked the unclear researcher during an Oval Office sit-down last fall, two officials with approach believe of the matter told NBC News.

The comprehension officer apparently answered that she’s from New York.

But Trump wasn’t confident and steady the question. The analyst, confused by Trump’s line of questioning, specified that she was from Manhattan.

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Again the President challenged the response, explanation the researcher that he wanted to know where “your people” are from, according to the officials.

Trump apparently once incited to one of his aides and asked since a flattering Korean lady isn't in charge of his administration's negotiations with North Korea.

Trump apparently once incited to one of his aides and asked since a “pretty Korean lady” isn’t in charge of his administration’s negotiations with North Korea.

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When the researcher explained that her relatives are Korean, Trump apparently incited to one of his aides and asked since the “pretty Korean lady” isn’t in charge of his administration’s negotiations with the North Korean regime, implying that her ethnicity should interest out her career path.

The explanation comes amid outrage over Trump’s comments during a exhilarated Oval Office assembly on Thursday about restoring protections for Caribbean and African immigrants.

“Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” Trump fumed at attendees, suggesting that the U.S. instead take in some-more people from nations like Norway.

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A person close to the President told NBC News that Trump “frequently uses that kind of language,” even yet several of his aides have suggested him to cut it out.

Multiple White House spokespeople did not immediately return requests for criticism from the Daily News.

Trump — who for years secretly insisted that President Obama wasn’t innate in the U.S. — has a prolonged story of making racially and sexually charged comments.

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During a assembly with the Congressional Black Caucus in March, Trump was reportedly repelled to find out that nothing of the attendees knew Ben Carson — his only African-American Cabinet member.

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Carson had never served in Congress or intent in inhabitant politics before to his appointment as Housing and Urban Development Secretary, and spent many of his veteran life as a surgeon. Trump found it startling that nothing of the congress members knew Carson, two people in the room confirmed.

During the same meeting, a congress member apparently told Trump that the unconditional gratification cuts discussed by his Cabinet could mistreat many of her constituents, “not all of whom are black.”

“Really?” Trump replied. “Then what are they?”

Trump’s “shithole” attack wasn’t the first time he targeted Carribean and African immigrants. Last month, it was reported that he once exploded with extremist comments during an Oval Office meet, explanation advisers that all Haitians have AIDS and that Nigerians shouldn’t be allowed into the country since then they’ll never “go back to their huts.”

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In another weird Oval Office moment last summer, Trump interrupted a phone call with Irish primary apportion Leo Varadkar to coquette with an Irish contributor in the room.

In a assembly with the Congressional Black Caucus, Trump was repelled to learn that nothing of the congress members knew Ben Carson — his only African-American Cabinet member.

In a assembly with the Congressional Black Caucus, Trump was repelled to learn that nothing of the congress members knew Ben Carson — his only African-American Cabinet member.

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“And where are you from?” Trump asked the reporter, Caitriona Perry, gesturing for her to come over to his desk. “Go ahead. Come here, come here. Where are you from? We have all of this pleasing Irish press.”

After she introduced herself, Trump picked the phone back up and told Varadkar, “She has a good grin on her face so we gamble she treats you well.”

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