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SC officials criticize President Trump’s vulgar comment

President Donald J. Trump’s derogatory comments about immigrant countries have ignited a global firestorm of reaction. Paul Hyde of The Greenville News gets local and regional response to Trump’s choice of words. Speaking to lawmakers, professors and other officials, Hyde connects with Furman University Communication Studies professor Janet Kwami, and Politics and International Affairs professor Akan Malici who said, “If the attributions to the president are true, then this is another low.”

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