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Haitian Ambassador Paul Altidor says he is surprised and disappointed to hear reports that the U.S. president targeted his country with vulgar language in a policy discussion about immigration with members of Congress. Altidor sits down with Judy Woodruff to discuss the historical relationship between the two countries and ask President Trump to engage in a new conversation about Haiti.
LiveAtState - December 12, 2018
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