Trump's 's---hole countries' remark casts remarkable light on immigration policies

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El Salvador's foreign ministry said the US president had "implicitly" accepted the use of "harsh terms detrimental to the dignity of El Salvador and other countries".

UN human rights spokesman Rupert Colville said: "These are shocking and shameful comments from the president of the United States". "And for all of those people out there that are enamored with Trump's behavior and think this is no big deal, well shame on them".

In addition, the president singled out Haiti, telling lawmakers that immigrants from that country must be left out of any deal, these people said.

Utah's Lt. Gov Spencer Cox said one of his sons, who is serving an LDS mission in Mozambique, meets new families there every day that love him and care for him. "Then what are they?"

Cotton and Perdue released a joint statement saying "we do not recall the president saying these comments specifically".

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In a tweet Friday, Trump denied saying "anything derogatory about Haitians".

Trump said on Twitter on Friday he merely used "tough" language when discussing a new immigration bill with a group of USA senators.

Tucker Carlson said President Trump's controversial comment about the USA accepting immigrants from "s***hole countries" is forcing a conversation that elected leaders don't want to have.

The meeting was over the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which allows immigrants who entered the country as minors to defer potential deportation.

Durbin, the No. 2 Democrat in the Senate, called the White House to tell Trump that a bipartisan group of senators had struck a deal to put Dreamers on a path to citizenship, beef up border security and take other steps to change immigration laws. Higgins says he also believes the President's base is beginning to erode after people stood with him and giving him a chance a couple of times. Lindsey Graham went to the White House to make their presentation at about noon Thursday. Plus, the White House has yet to officially deny the reports in a statement - and Hillary Clinton has plenty to say about it.

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So, our history here with the United States goes back a long, long, long way. "Why do we need more Haitians". Ambassadors unanimously agreed the resolution after an emergency session to weigh Trump's remarks.

Jacques immigrated to Jacksonville in 2009 and now helps other immigrants from his home country.

Jean, a refugee from Haiti who came to Canada in 1968 and was raised in Thetford Mines, Que., also noted that Friday was the eighth anniversary of a devastating quake that struck her native country, one of 57 member French-language countries - many from Africa - that form La Francophonie. "Language like that shouldn't be heard in locker rooms and it shouldn't be heard in the White House".

He believes the president's words could dash dreams.

"We have been working for four months and have reached an agreement in principle" that addresses the main policies Trump sought, they said.

Steven Forester, of the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti, blasted the president's decision to sunset TPS as racist and said the reported comments prove it. And there are entreaties to educate the president about the truth of Haiti as if he simply suffers from ignorance.

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