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News Reports: Washington Post and Immigrant Protections

news reports: Deciding what to do with the remarks and whether to censor them in news reports was tough enough for the press in the United States, according to Toronto Star. It was, after all, a vulgar phrase not usually fit for a newspaper or television. Trump vaguely hinted at a denial early Friday. But imagine trying to make sense of it in a different language. That head-scratching dilemma played out in newsrooms around the world Thursday after the Washington Post first reported that Trump referred to Haiti, El Salvador and African nations as shithole countries while discussing immigrant protections with lawmakers. Every culture has its profanities, to be sure, but they do not always translate well. ( As reported in the news.