Trump's immigration remarks condemned as vile, racist


"Why are we having all these people from s***hole countries come here?" the President reportedly asked lawmakers, arguing that the USA should have more people coming from countries like Norway.

The remarks are reported to have been made during a White House briefing on an immigration plan prepared by a group of senators and how it impacted immigrants from various countries, including those in Africa.

Hillary Clinton accused President Trump of holding "ignorant, racist views" on Friday, after media reports surfaced that the president decried immigration from "shithole countries" like Haiti, El Salvador and African nations.

Pierre Labossiere was aghast when, during immigration discussions in the Oval Office Thursday, President Donald Trump questioned why the USA should admit immigrants from Haiti and Africa, calling them "shithole countries". Democratic Sen. Richard Durbin of IL, who was in the meeting, reconfirmed Friday that Trump repeatedly "said things that were hate-filled, vile and racist". He pointed to Trump's 2015 comments on Mexican immigrants, who Trump said are "rapists" and bringing drugs and crimes to the U.S.

President Donald Trump suggested the U.S. should bring more immigrants from Norway and not "shithole countries".

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In a series of Friday morning tweets, Trump said he used tough language during Thursday's meeting, but he denied using vulgarities.

Durbin explicitly said Trump described nations from Africa as "shitholes" when discussing immigration from those countries during the meeting.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was equally critical of her onetime rival in last year's presidential campaign and the U.S. ambassador to Panama has tendered his resignation amid the ongoing scandal.

He said the president repeatedly used the word "sh**hole" when speaking about African countries.

Jackson is expected to brief reporters in more detail on Tuesday at the White House. "It's not just one statement, all of the canny sorts of things his supporters are going to say about how you might possibly interpret the things he said yesterday don't matter because it's at the point where weave an aggregation of insights from this man". And, he said, "we are part of the American culture".

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The president responded on Twitter, saying the language he used at the DACA meeting was tough, but it was not the language he used. He was said to have said the words during a meeting on immigration at the White House.

"Many people have been surprised from what they heard from Trump, but not me", said Syverain, a member of the Haitian American Community Church in San Jose.

Mr Trump's comments are extremely offensive to South Africa, said Jessie Duarte, a senior official with the ruling African National Congress. The statement also noted that the president wanted immigrants who "contribute" and can "assimilate".

Another Republican, Representative Mia Love of Utah, is a child of Haitian immigrants.

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