Conan O’Brien Is Taking His Show To Haiti In Response To Trump’s ‘S**thole’ Comment

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Conan O’Brien is “still reeling” over Trump reportedly referring to Haiti and several other nations as “s***hole countries,” so he’s decided to take his show to the Caribbean nation to check it out for himself.

“Still reeling from @realDonaldTrump’s very negative Yelp review of Haiti, which means I’ll love it,” O’Brien wrote on Twitter on Sunday. “Headed to Haiti later this week to explore and make some new friends. Stay tuned for my report. #ConanWithoutBorders.”

The 54-year-old late night comedian often takes “Conan” to other countries as part of his “Conan Without Borders” campaign. Following his tweet on Sunday, Fox News confirmed that he will be taking his show to Haiti later this week. (RELATED: John Legend Makes Racist Claims Against Trump Following Leaked ‘S***hole’ Comment)

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Previously “Conan Without Borders” has gone to Cuba, Armenia, South Korea, Mexico, Berlin, Qatar and Israel. An air date for his show from Haiti has not yet been announced, but expect Conan to deliver a much more glowing Yelp review of the third-world country than Trump.