I won't apologize for what I said about Mexico: Trump

'Everything that I said is correct. People are flowing through the borders and we have no idea who they are, where they're coming from' Donald Trump told US Weekly.
Donald Trump refused to apologize for racist remarks on immigrants from Mexico. (Photo: AP Photo/Richard Drew /Archive )
26/06/2015
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Donald Trump refused to apologize for racist remarks on immigrants from Mexico, and stood by his words, despite widespread public outcry.

"There is nothing to apologize for" Trump told to US Weekly.

"Everything that I said is correct. People are flowing through the borders and we have no idea who they are, where they're coming from. They're not only coming from Mexico, they're coming from all over South America and the world" he added.

Univision said on Thursday, June 25 that it would not air the Miss USA pageant on July 12 because of what it called insulting remarks by Trump about Mexican immigrants.  

"We'll get more people. We have many people that want to do this. We're just looking right now. We couldn't care less about those two hosts backing out. I never even heard of them quite frankly" he said when when he asked about Univision. 

"They can't back out. Pressure was put on them by the Mexican government, in my opinion" he added. 

"They can do whatever they want." Trump told US Weekly of those boycotting. "I couldn't care less. All I'm doing is fighting for the United States. I'm not fighting for Mexico."

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