If you ever wanted to know what a shithole might look like if it grew legs, arms, scraps of urine-tinted hair, and other vaguely human-esque features, look no further. Here's the leading example of what a human shithole looks like:
Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?
Fittingly, the reported remark was widely condemned by anyone who doesn't consider themselves a member of the increasingly pathetic Trump cult.
"There is no other word one can use but racist," United Nations human rights spokesperson Rupert Colville said Friday. "You cannot dismiss entire countries and continents as 'shitholes,' whose entire populations, who are not white, are therefore not welcome."
Illinois Sen. Richard Durbin, meanwhile, added even more details into the growing discussion about the immigration meeting. "[Trump] said these hate-filled things and he said them repeatedly," Durbin said, pushing back against claims that reports of the remark had been fabricated.
CNN arguably went the hardest at Trump over the disparaging comment. Reporter April Ryan asked Trump to his face if he was a racist, while on-air personality Don Lemon shared a rousing message for Trump and his "ignorant" supporters.
Anderson Cooper also had an impassioned response to Trump’s latest act of racism and general godawfulness.
The shithole fallout continued well into Friday afternoon, with everyone from popular vote winner Hillary Clinton to Wyclef Jean speaking out in support of immigrants and firmly against Trump:
Trump kinda-sorta-not-really denied the shithole remark on Twitter Friday morning. On the evening of the Washington Post's original report, however, a White House spokesperson completely avoided an outright denial. Paul Ryan also apparently commented on the remark, but I'm not going to include that here because fuck him.