Norwegians troll Trump over sh*thole comments


Norwegians have a surprising message for Donald Trump, following reports the president claimed he would rather receive immigrants “from places like Norway” instead of, what he called, “shithole countries” in South America and Africa.

“Haiti? Why do we want people from Haiti here?” Trump was reported to have said in an Oval Office meeting on immigration reform, according to two people who spoke with the Washington Post. (While Trump denied the comment on Twitter, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) has confirmed the account.) 

“Why do we want these people from all these sh*thole countries here?” he then allegedly said of African countries. “We should have more people from places like Norway.”

The offensive language and comments caused an international controversy and furthered questions about the president’s mental fitness for the job.

As citizens of the richest Scandinavian country, named the happiest and most prosperous country to live in, Norwegians enjoy free healthcare and college tuition. They took to Twitter to tell the president just what they thought about moving to the U.S.

Even some Americans joined in.

In 2016, exactly 895 Americans moved to Norway, while 502 Norwegians moved to the States. 

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