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Ambassador Nikki Haley of all people slams fire and fury cameo at the grammy as she defends her love

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley was quick to jump and blasts The Fire and Fury cameo at the Grammy in defence of her lovely boss Trump, who author Michael Wolff alleged she is having a romantic affair with, but Haley refused to apologize for President Donald Trump's vulgar comment about Africans as the leaders had demanded.

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She told African envoys that "Africa is very important for the United States," but didn't apologize for the "shithole comment by Trump, the African Group chair Anatolio Ndong Mba said.

Trump referred to African nations as "shithole countries" in dismissing a bipartisan immigration proposal, several people at the meeting said. The president denied using that language.

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The African Group issued a statement condemning Trump's "outrageous, racist and xenophobic remarks" and demanding a retraction and apology.

Ndong Mba said Haley told the ambassadors she wasn't at the meeting and wasn't sure what Trump said, but noted that "the president always has been talking very high of Africa."

"But she regretted all this situation that has been created," Ndong Mba said. "She said she regretted that a lot."

According to reports, he said the meeting was "very friendly" and "very frank."

"We appreciate the fact that she came, and she talked about all the cooperation between the United States and Africa, and that Africa is very important for the United States," Ndong Mba said.

Nikki Haley, Trump's defender didn't mention anything about Trump's reported remarks in a tweet about her visit, for a dotard president who insulted a whole continent, but Haley rushed to slam the Grammy's Fire and Fury cameo, what a shame.

James Corden introduced a skit on Sunday to show fake auditions he held with various celebraties to see who'd narrate the Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff's book for a potential nomination in next year's Best Spoken Word Album category

Other celebrities during the segment included John Legend, Cardi B (pictured), Snoop Dogg and Cher reading excerpts of the book depicting President Donald Trump in a caricature manner.

Nikki Hailey's tweet defending her lovely boss while slamming Fire and Fury cameo:

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Nikki Haley said the cameo is trash, absolutely not, because they were interpreting what your rude and crude "P***y grabbing "shithole" boss Trump said and did.

Rapper Snoop Dogg (pictured) in glasses as he interpreted another portion of the book, saying, 'Trump did not enjoy his own inauguration. He started to get angry and hurt that stars were determined to embarrass him'

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