Here's How Some Places Trump Called "Shitholes" Are Reacting To His Comments

Trump wrote on Twitter, referring to the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The White House did not deny that Trump made the comments, which were reported by multiple other outlets.

As the son of a Haitian immigrants and pastor of the largely Haitian Kingdom Church in Orlando, Pastor Jacques says he's disheartened by President's Trump's comments about Haiti. Made up by Dems. And to this day, as I'm talking to you, we have Haitians in universities who are professors here. "Probably should record future meeting - unfortunately no trust".

President Donald Trump's reportedly labelled African nations and Haiti at a bipartisan immigration meeting as "s**thole" while asking for more immigration from places like Norway.

Trump has since denied that he made the remarks.

Yesterday Senator Durbin and I met with President Trump at the White House to discuss our bipartisan proposal on border security and immigration.

"Very very sad, I was so shocked, I'm still shocked, I can't believe he said that", says Weedor Mcdoweel, originally fromlLiberia whose lived in the U.S for almost seven years. "But you know what I thought of right away? America deserves better, and when I'm governor, I'll protect immigrant families and make IL a welcoming state for all".

"It's one thing to ask if he's a racist and that's OK, but the next thing is, since this continues to happen there needs to be something to dynamic, some kind of leverage", Ryan said.

President Donald Trump's alleged use of a vulgarity to describe immigrants from Haiti and African nations as coming to the US from "s--hole countries" has brought condemnation from around the world.

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

"We sent guidance to our folks and told them that we must reiterate that we have great respect for the people of Africa and all nations, and our commitment remains strong", he said.

It gave the approximately 59,000 Haitian immigrants who had been granted the status until July 2019 to return home or legalise their presence in the U.S. The Illinois Democrat said, "I can not believe that in the history of the White House, in that Oval Office, any president has ever spoken words that I personally heard our president speak yesterday".

The UN diplomats met for an emergency session before issuing a joint statement to demand a "retraction and an apology" from the USA president.

Amie Mdoob, a Wichita business owner, says she and many other African immigrants in the city have worked hard to be productive and contribute to their country.

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