Grothman Defends Presidents Comments

Profane comments President Trump used to describe immigrants from certain African nations were blown out of proportion. That’s the opinion of Congressman Glenn Grothman who says the President should not be using profanity in conversations even if those talks are considered private. Grothman says the President denies saying what the Senator said he did, but the President learned a lesson. Senator Dick Durbin shared with the press the comments the President supposedly made. Grothman says profane comments have been made to him in the past by other Congressmen, but he wouldn’t go to the media with them because there was an expectation that the conversation was private. Grothman feels there are countries in the world where the standard of living isn’t that good and the President probably inferred that with his comments. On Sunday President Trump defended his comments saying he is not a racist.