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‘What’s the Navajo word for jack*ss?’: Internet rains hell on Trump over ‘Pocahontas’ joke at Code Talker event

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Immediately after President Donald Trump chose to honor Navajo Code Talkers by cracking a “Pocahontas” joke about Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Twitter all but exploded with incredulity.

“I’d like to honor you by joking about a racial slur against your people,” film critic John Rogers tweeted, speculating about Trump’s thought process when making his ill-conceived quip.

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“He can’t help himself,” another user mused.

Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-AZ), meanwhile, noted that “Trump’s Pocahontas remark in front of Navajo code talkers is offensive and shows his complete ignorance for Native American history during Native American Heritage Month.”

Check out some of the best responses below.

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Trump spoke with Giuliani on unsecured phones that were vulnerable to Russian surveillance: report

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On Thursday, the Washington Post reported that President Donald Trump has communicated with his lawyer Rudy Giuliani via unsecured and unencrypted phone lines that are potentially vulnerable to interception and monitoring by Russian intelligence officials and other hostile foreign powers.

"Trump is not identified by name in the House phone records, but investigators said they suspect he may be a person with a blocked number listed as '-1' in the files," stated the report. "And administration officials said separately that Trump has communicated regularly with Giuliani on unsecured lines."

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Internet debates ‘the dumbest thing Brian Kilmeade has ever said’

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Trump was ‘in denial’ he would be impeached — until he watched TV yesterday: CNN reporter

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"Is it clear how the president is handling this behind closed doors?" asked Cooper.

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