Two African Presidents Have Come Forward To Thank Trump For Being Frank With Them.
The mainstream media went wild with the slanderous claims that came from the twisted mouth of Senator Durbin. Even after the homeland security secretary who attended was questioned and denied that the phrase sh*thole country was ever used. But the nation still heard the headline and liberals everywhere felt justified in their Trump hating. But unexpectedly African countries responded to the comment and not in the way you’d think.
Two African Presidents have come forward to tell Trump thankyou, post supposed derogatory comment.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame said this to Trump during a recent encounter in Switzerland.
“I wanted to thank you for the support we have received from you, personal, and your administration. And we’re looking forward to also working with the United States at the level of the African Union, where we are tightening out reforms of the African Union, so that we get our act together to do the right things,” Kagame said to the president. “I thank you very much.”
According to the Left, you would have thought that African Presidents would have avoided the Trump or been angry with him instead we see the truth and appreciation.
The second African President, Yoweri Museveni, addressed the phrase directly with appreciation. Museveni was happy that Trump was not trying to candy coat his words and felt the candid statement was refreshing compared to previous American Presidents.
— NTV UGANDA (@ntvuganda) January 23, 2018
“Museveni wasn’t finished though. “I don’t know if he’s misquoted or whatever, but when he speaks I like him because he speaks frankly.”
In April, Museveni tweeted, “That’s why I love Trump. He’s told you he is not your uncle. This is good. For Africans who feel orphaned, sorry. Let’s mind our own affairs.”
That's why I love Trump. He's told you he is not your uncle. This is good. For Africans who feel orphaned, sorry. Let's mind our own affairs pic.twitter.com/IdKs6u5Xl3
— Yoweri K Museveni (@KagutaMuseveni) April 23, 2017
This with the combination of the video release that showed the state of things in Haiti and it’s a wonder why the Sh*thole countries phrase was even controversial in the first place.
But I’m sure that mainstream media picked up these stories as they always provide fair and balanced news especially when it comes to favorable Trump news. (sarcasm intended)