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Former President Bill Clinton responded on Friday to the President, Trump reported comments questioning why the US was the acceptance of the immigrants from the “s—hole” countries, allegedly in relation to Haiti and some countries in Africa and Central America.

In a statement on Facebook, Clinton – who was not in Haiti after the devastating 2010 earthquake, said the Caribbean nation fight to “the country, the President described.”

“You don’t have to earn often the government had the people, but that doesn’t make you the country, the President described,” Clinton wrote. “I can say the same about other Nations in Central America and Africa, swept in his name.”

The former President, bill Clinton, and George W. Bush visited Haiti’s capital, Port-au-lead Prince to the US fundraising efforts after the January 12, 2010, quake.

Former President Bill Clinton, right, to see this 2013 file photo, Haiti’s former President, Michel Martelly, at a commemorative event in the memory of the victims in January 2010, an earthquake.

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WAR OF WORDS ESCALATES OVER TRUMP’S IMMIGRATION COMMENTS

On Friday Facebook post, Clinton said that the U.S. should support Haiti and its people and “help them reach their full potential.”

“… we should be grateful for the immense contributions of immigrants from Haiti and other Nations — the United States,” Clinton said. “… You and your home deserve our respect and our gratitude.”

“On this day, we remember Haiti,” he concluded. “You have come a long way in 8 years, but much work remains, and I still believe in the Haitian people.”

Clinton’s response comes amid widespread outrage about the reported comments, the condemnation moved from the world’s leading companies as well as legislators from both sides of the aisle. Trump allegedly made during a DACA meeting with the lawmakers at the White house on Thursday.

“Why are we with all these people from s—hole countries and come here?”, the President allegedly said. He also reports that the United States should admit more people from countries such as Norway.

Trump denied later about the vulgar language during the meeting.

TRUMP STRIKES BACK AT THE OUTRAGE OVER THE “HARSH” IMMIGRATION, LANGUAGE, TRASHES DACA ‘OFFER’

The language, which was to meet me at the DACA hard, but this was not the language. What was really hard, the odd proposal was made, and a major setback for DACA!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 12. January 2018

“The language that was to meet me at the DACA hard, but this was not the language. What was really hard, the odd proposal was made, and a major setback for DACA!” Trump tweeted early Friday.

Later Friday morning, Trump went on to deny he said something “derogatory” about the Haitians.

Fault the Haitians never said anything night other than Haiti, obviously, is a very poor and troubled country. Never said, “take them out.” Of Dems. I have a wonderful relationship with the Haitians. Probably record future meetings – unfortunately, not to trust!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 12. January 2018

“Never said anything derogatory about other Haitians, as Haiti is obviously a very poor and troubled country,” Trump tweeted. “Never said “remove it.” Of Dems. I have a wonderful relationship with the Haitians. Probably record future meetings – unfortunately, not to trust!”

Clinton was not the only member of the famous political family to these comments respond.

The anniversary of the devastating earthquake of 8 years ago is remember a day, the tragedy, the honor of being the resilient people of Haiti, and to reiterate, to help America’s commitment to our neighbors. Instead, we are exposed to Trump’s ignorant, racist views of people that don’t look like him.

— Hillary Clinton (@Hillary Clinton) 12. January 2018

His wife, the former presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, also in mixed Friday, tweeted that the eight-year anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti should be a time to remember the tragedy, but, “Instead, we are exposed to Trump’s ignorant, racist views of people that don’t look like him.”

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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