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Fox censors audio of Succession writer's acceptance speech at the Emmys because he quoted 's remark about 's***thole countries' while criticizing the president's immigration policy Succession writer Jesse Armstrong took the stage during Sunday's show to accept the award for best writing in a drama series 'Quite a lot of British winners. Maybe too many. Maybe you should have a think about those immigration restrictions,' Armstrong, who is British, said He was cut off right before apparently saying 's**thole countries'  It was a reference to a comment made on immigration in January 2018  

By Megan Sheets For Dailymail.com

Published: 05:54 BST, 23 September 2019 | Updated: 05:57 BST, 23 September 2019

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Fox censored audio during Succession writer Jessie Armstrong's Emmy acceptance speech after he mentioned immigration.  

Armstrong took the stage during Sunday's show after clinching the award for best writing in a drama series. 

'Quite a lot of British winners. Maybe too many. Maybe you should have a think about those immigration restrictions,' Armstrong, who is British, said. 

The next several seconds of his speech appeared to have been bleeped out, igniting outrage on Twitter.

Attendees reported that Armstrong made a jab at Donald 's restrictive immigration policies by repeating the president's comment about 's**hole countries'.  

Fox censored part of Succession writer Jessie

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