President Donald Trump's latest outburst about immigrants from "sh*thole" African countries is far from his first time making racist statements.
In fact, sources tell NBC News that Trump made a career U.S. intelligence officer uncomfortable last year when he grilled her on her Korean heritage and demanded to know why she wasn't being used to negotiate with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
According to NBC News, Trump first asked the officer where she was from after she had finished delivering an intelligence briefing. She replied that she originally hailed from New York City, but Trump pushed her by asking where "your people" originally came from.
At that point, she admitted that both of her parents were from Korea -- at which point Trump turned to an adviser and asked them why the "pretty Korean lady" wasn't being used as an asset to negotiate with North Korea over its nuclear arsenal.
"The officials who told NBC News of the fall exchange between Trump and the intelligence briefer in the Oval Office in the fall said the president likely meant no harm with his inquiry, but it raised concern of a lack of cultural sensitivity and decorum," NBC notes, while also adding that a source close to the president claims that his advisers regularly try to get him to stop talking about people's race -- but to no avail.