It's not always the words chosen that make an impact it's the intention behind the words.
It seems there is some debate about the exact words Donald Trump used when he was insulting millions of people in Haiti, El Salvador and various countries in Africa. It was reported that during a meeting on immigration Trump referred to the above nations as "sh*thole countries". Now it seems that some have come forward saying he actually said, "sh*thouse countries".
Either way the President of the United States isn't winning any favors with the 194 other nations we shared this world with.
White House official told me tonight there is debate internally on whether Trump said "shithole" or "shithouse." Perdue and Cotton seem to have heard latter, this person said, and are using to deny.— Josh Dawsey (@jdawsey1) January 15, 2018
Mostly people are just over it.
Doesn't matter which word he used he shouldn't have used either one of them!!!— BlueBreeze (@highrise6) January 15, 2018
Literally, who cares. What should be more concerning is how there are racist piece of shits in the White House and Congress empowering the chief-racist-piece-of-shit.— Mona (@Mona) January 15, 2018
Does it truly matter which one when the word "SHIT" precedes it???— Pinsk (@LynneSk36758317) January 15, 2018
And they are especially tired of politicians using semantics to get around the truth.
If that's what they heard why didn't they say that in the first place. Although, not so sure it makes that much of a difference. But now it's really clear they lied when asked about it.— Barbara (@Barbara75538363) January 15, 2018
I think voters in 2018 will be putting Perdue and Cotton in the shithouse.— Mark Ratledge (@markratledge) January 15, 2018
Looks like these two will do anything to defend that shithole in the shithouse.— Mary E. McGlynn (@MaryEMcGlynn) January 15, 2018
Some folks just wondered if sh*thouse is even a word.
Apparently it is commonly used in Australia.
Aussie 1: “what sort of a job d’ya reckon Trump is doing?”— Care Factor Program (@GYSTconsulting) January 15, 2018
Aussie 2: “Shithouse mate”
It’s a deep political conversation happening all over Australia 🇦🇺 daily
come visit Australia mate, you'll hear it three times before you get out of the airport— Josh Butler (@JoshButler) January 15, 2018
Something we can finally agree on.