The party's vice-chairman made the admission in secretly-recorded comments.
The Conservatives' email to their supporters is eerily similar to the former president's.
Alex Chalk said courts rule "without fear or favour" after the government's flagship immigration plan was judged to be illegal.
The startling remarks came after the Supreme Court deemed the scheme to be illegal
"You need to get off your arse and go and get it for yourself."
The Tory deputy chairman was also rapped for using his parliamentary email address to send a newsletter to his constituents.
The independent MP used the senior Tory's infamous language in reference to 41 people dying in a shipwreck off Italy.
It's yet another blow for Rishi Sunak's "small boats week".
The prime minister's hopes of getting on the front foot were scuppered by the Tories' foul-mouthed deputy chairman.
Justice secretary Alex Chalk said the comment was "not bigotry at all".