Here's the thing, I'm far less concerned with Trump's use of the term than the reason these exist in the 21st century. Like it or not, there are indeed some seriously shitty nations on this planet. I've been to some of them. They are places where the government is inept, greedy and routinely holds their population hostage with crippling poverty, punitive regulations and even punishing religious domination. In some of them you can expect to find diseases that have been eradicated in most of the modern world, pollution on a scale that makes birth defects and lung illnesses seem normal. So why is this still happening? Well one explanation might be that we in the modern/western world have for decades been attracting the best and brightest people from many of the nations that simply could not afford to lose them. This presentation is a dramatic illustration of how this situation has come about and how unlikely it will be resolved anytime soon. We are all to some degree responsible for the sheer hopelessness of it all. Consider what our earbuds, long-life lithium batteries and power-centric cultures are doing to MOST of the people on earth. In my opinion, it's a waste of time to whine about Trump's harsh language, something I've expected from him for decades already, and it only serves to deflect attention from any discussion about why we still have shithole nations at all.