Paul Warns Dems That Branding Trump Racist Is 'Destroying' Immigration Deal

Paul Warns Dems That Branding Trump Racist Is 'Destroying' Immigration Deal

Paul Warns Dems That Branding Trump Racist Is 'Destroying' Immigration Deal

President Trump appears to be denying using a demeaning expletive to refer to Haiti and African countries, but a Democratic senator in the room says it happened and labeled the comments as "vile" and 'racist'.

Dr. Ronny Jackson says in a statement released by the White House that Trump's physical Friday "went exceptionally well".

President Trump says he was talking tough on immigration, but senators confirm vulgar language. The most "tough" thing at the scandalous meeting was the "outlandish proposal" made by the bipartisan group on DACA, he added.

The president reportedly questioned why the United States would accept more immigrants from Haiti and "shithole countries" in Africa rather than nations like Norway. Check back for details.

"DACA is probably dead because the Democrats don't really want it, they just want to talk and take desperately needed money away from our military", he said. "I've asked him about it a number of times, and he denied, but kept up the racist rhetoric throughout the campaign and now while he's in the White House".

President Trump ignored questions Friday about the comments but he issued a denial on Twitter.

The remark was reportedly in reference to people from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries, the BBC said.

"Dirco will on Monday demarche the Charges de Affaires (the second in charge) of the Embassy... following the recent disturbing comments attributed to President Donald Trump", said spokesman Clayson Monyela in a statement. "But, if you're saying somebody's from a s--hole country, to me it doesn't make sense".

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The worldwide community condemned the comments, which were corroborated by congressmen who had been in the room when Trump made the controversial remarks.

We know that lawyers are looking for evidence of racist bias in White House immigration policies and other initiatives.

In their statement, the African ambassadors said they were concerned "about the continuing and growing trend from the USA administration toward Africa and people of African descent to denigrate the continent and people of color".

And he wrote: "I have a wonderful relationship with Haitians". He has also considered recording all his meetings to prevent similar controversies in the future.

"We were hoping for that, but the president is not prepared to do that at this moment", Durbin said. I think back of presidents throughout history, and I can not imagine a moment where a president sunk to that depth.

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