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President Trump's comment referring to Haiti, El Salvador and nations in Africa as "sh*thole countries" is sparking global outrage. PJ Crowley, former assistant secretary of state under the Obama administration, joins CBSN to discuss the fallout and how the controversy might affect U.S. interests around the world.
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