Is it really racist to say "if you don't like it here then go back home". I've had it said to me a few times and I only moved from London to Liverpool.
I've also used a similar expression when people complain about their job to me at work, "if you don't like it here, go and look for a new job".
The soundbite from the bbc and the democrats has been "the president is racist", or "the president in racist remark controversy." It's surprising how often those phrases were used. It's election bile talk and Trump will land the victory.
Given that americans are more patriotic than the Brits, politicians that side with terrorists, demean national tragedies or denounce Israel (sound familiar) will not fare too well. The last election for congress was run on a campaign of getting more women elected. That's what happened. It'll be different this time around.
I think the point is they are American citizens, and in some cases 3rd generation.
He is making these controversial tweets in my opinion to pull the news away from Jeffrey Epstein the pedo/child sex trafficking piece of shit who just got arrested, as he is long time friends with him, so the less time the press spend on that , and more time on the outrage of trump being racist / xenophobic the better in his mind.
His core support love this shit as well.