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During a guest appearance on The View Tuesday, Kelly Osbourne tried to take a swipe at Donald Trump and his upstart campaign to become the 2016 GOP nominee. Attempting to criticize Trump over his now infamous remarks about Mexican immigrants during his campaign launch speech, the Fashion Police host managed to offend many in the Latino community instead. Osbourne wondered, “If you kick every Latino out of this country, then who is going to be cleaning your toilet Donald Trump?” Rosie Perez immediately interjected, saying,”There’s more jobs than that in the country for Latinos, and Latinos are not the only people who clean toilets.” Unsurprisingly, Osbourne’s remark ignited a huge uproar on social media where the comment was criticized for being “dehumanizing” among other things. Osbourne took to social media for her apology. In a Facebook post, she said, “I wholeheartedly f***ed up today,” and went on to explain how it happened and the valuable lesson she learned.
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