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'Fox & Friends': Trump Should Admit Mistake

'Fox & Friends': Trump Should Admit Mistake

By    |   Friday, 12 January 2018 11:07 AM

President Donald Trump should walk back his reported comment that he wants no more immigrants from "s**thole" countries, Fox News’ "Fox and Friends" said Friday.

Although Fox News typically shies away from criticizing Trump, co-host Brian Kilmeade  advised the president to distance himself from the comments and admit his mistake.

"Well, No. 1, the president made a mistake making those comments, no question," Kilmeade said. "He’s upset that the refugees here were supposed to be temporary after the Haitian disaster and the El Salvador earthquake they were able to stay. And the Democrats say, let’s just let them stay. He says, no, we should not let them stay, and he said things about Haiti and El Salvador and we should have more people from Norway. Not positive, not gonna move the story forward. I think he should walk it back at some point."

Co-host Steve Doocy then expressed doubt that Trump would distance himself from the comment.

"Maybe he does," said Kilmeade. "Maybe this will be the time he does because he wants to get things done."

Although Trump denied using the vulgarity in a Friday morning tweet, he did admit to using "tough" language at the meeting. He later denied saying "anything derogatory about Haitians."

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