During a Friday morning appearance on CNN, Nicaraguan-American Republican strategist and political commentator Ana Navarro experienced a meltdown when discussing President Donald Trump’s alleged remarks regarding immigration.

Six senators joined Trump in an Oval Office meeting on Thursday regarding immigration reform and DACA, during which Trump allegedly said, “Why are we having people from sh*thole countries come here? Why do we need more Haitians? Take them out.”

Trump has said that he did not make those specific remarks, and it has been reported that two statements the president did make were conflated into one that was anonymously leaked to the media.

Appearing on CNN to discuss Trump’s comments with Navarro was Jason Miller, former senior communications adviser for the Trump campaign, who said regarding an immigration bill, “President Trump is gonna get that done, but the political left is going immediately to the personal attacks because they have no argument.”

“Let me tell you something,” Navarro said, speaking in a raised voice over host John Berman. “You can’t even sit there and watch the president’s own words without calling John Berman in ‘New Day’ ridiculous because you don’t even have the face to be able to look at his own words. This program isn’t putting words in his mouth, they’re quoting him. That’s him on video. Those are his words, he has been a racist his entire life.”

“Ana, you’re melting. You’re melting Ana,” Miller said as she spoke.

“Oh no, I’m not melting, I’m not a snowflake,” Navarro contended. “You know who I am, I am an American citizen with a voice and a vote.”

Miller said, “It’s not even springtime and you’re melting.”

“Do not offend me, Jason,” Navarro insisted. “I don’t say that you look like a buffoon, trying to make sense of what this man is saying. This is about Donald Trump being a racist, I don’t care what you say. This is about the Haitian kids and the African kids and the people that come from sh**hole countries,” continued Navarro as both Miller and Berman interrupted.

“Let him pass DACA and I’ll give him credit,” declared Navarro, who is also a former aide to Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R).

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