'Conan': People of Haiti Roast President Trump in Preview Clip

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Conan O'Brien gives the people of Haiti a chance to respond to President Donald Trump's remarks.

"I want to send a message of love to the leader of America — Oprah, we love you!"

Conan O'Brien has once again taken his show abroad, this time traveling to Haiti for his latest international segment.

In a preview clip released Monday night (Jan. 22), the late-night host wanders the streets of the Caribbean country and gives Haitians a chance to respond to President Trump's crude remarks about allowing immigrants from "shithole countries" into the U.S.

"President Trump insulted Haiti, so I thought it was only fair to give Haitians a chance to return the favor," O'Brien says in a voiceover before allowing the people of Haiti to deliver punchlines at the president's expense.

"Mr. Trump, please come visit Haiti. Because every time you leave your country, you make America great again," says one passerby. Another one comments, "For years we had heartless dictators, and finally we turned to democracy. But you guys did the opposite."

The Conan host even finds a supporter of Oprah Winfrey's possible 2020 presidential campaign: "I want to send a message of love to the leader of America. Oprah, we love you!"

The #ConanHaiti special premieres Jan. 27 on TBS. Watch the preview below.

This article originally appeared on THR.com.


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