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(Note language throughout that may offend some readers) By Scott Malone. BOSTON (Reuters) - From Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon through Barack Obama, Americans have gotten used to the idea of their presidents using profanity, but Donald Trump’s use of the word “shithole” to describe Haiti and Africa this week sparked a storm of protest. The countries offended condemned the outburst and human rights groups labeled the comment racist, given that Trump described people from largely white Norway as more desirable immigrants. But supporters of the former businessman and reality TV star erupted in applause. “Finally a president that says what we all think! You go @POTUS! #ShitholeCountries #... Full story

13 January