Donald Trump made headlines once again on Thursday night when the Washington Post broke a story revealing that the president insulted various foreign couturiers. Once the news made the wrongs, even one Fox contributor and part-time host had to speak out.

Judge on Trump

Donald Trump is no stranger to controversy, which was was one of the many building blocks of his presidential campaign. From day one, Trump planted a seed of recklessness that has since grown into his agenda as commander in chief. One issue that the former host of "The Apprentice" has harped on since the start of his political career has been Illegal Immigration, which included the potential of mass deportation of as many as 11 million illegal immigrants, with the promise of forcing Mexico to pay for a border wall.

These ideas, which have yet to become reality, still ring true in the current administration. Over the last week, both Democrats and Republicans have attempted to compromise on issues involving immigration reform, most notably DACA and funding for increased border security. During a meeting at the White House on Thursday, lawmakers proposed to the president the idea of extending protection to immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador, and countries in Africa. According to the Washington Post, Trump scoffed at the idea, labeling the countries a "sh*thole." This issues was discussed during a Fox News segment on January 1.

Following the report by the Washington Post, Donald Trump's "sh*thole" remark was front and center.

During an interview with host Fox News host Bret Baier, fellow network host and contributor Judge Andrew Napolitano didn't hold back his thoughts on the president. "I’ve known him for 30 years,” Napolitano said, explaining that he had grown to "like" and "admire" Trump over the years, but wasn't happy about the comments in question.

Despite this, Andrew Napolitano then turned on Donald Trump, saying of the aforementioned comments, "The language, the racial implications are reprehensible." "He deserves the criticism he’s going to get," Napolitano added. Not stopping there, the judge warned that the president's core base "will cheer him on."

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After the news broke, the White House released a statement where they refused to confirm or deny the reports in the Washington Post story. Instead, the statement defended the president's commitment to American security and defending legal immigration. As of press time, Donald Trump has not spoken publicly about the reported incident.