Trump insists his 'language is very nice' after getting grilled by reporter over right-wing terror plot
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President Donald Trump said neither he nor his often violent language bore any responsibility for Christopher Hasson, the Coast Guard officer arrested for plotting to kill Democrats, in a quick exchange at Friday afternoon's press availability.

Trump had just finished telling a reporter he was expecting a final briefing on the incident later in the day, and called the entire situation "a shame" and "a sad situation."

"Do you think you bear any responsibility for monitoring your language when it comes to that," the reporter began to ask, but Trump harshly interrupted.

"No, I don't," he said. "I think my language is very nice."

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