White House Frustrated About Trump's 'Shithole Countries' Comment




 

Jan.12 -- Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli reports on there being no press briefing scheduled in the wake of Trump's expletive comment on Haiti, El Salvador, and African nations. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

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