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African Union demands apology from Trump over racist comment

14 Janvier 2018

Backlash on social media was immediate, with lawmakers such as U.S. Sen. It's a dignity many in this White House could learn from.

The Washington Post reported that several people who were in the meeting said the president grew frustrated with lawmakers when they discussed protecting immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries as part of a bipartisan immigration deal. But more than anything else for those not bothered by a long trail of hateful, despicable comments by Donald Trump is the simple fact, we once again, are witnessing another episode of the Trump administration and President Donald Trump, lying.

Duncan is not among them.

"For once, we are all on the same page", an ambassador told AFP.

The United Nations human rights office said it had no doubt Trump's remarks were "racist", while the Vatican newspaper branded them as "particularly harsh and offensive".

DACA shields almost 800,000 young immigrants from deportation by allowing them to work and study legally in the United States. They have overwhelmingly, regardless of their origin or skin color, positively added to our economy and culture.

Cleveland commented through his Twitter account. It is a day we will never forget, a day that we should not forget.

"Why are we having all these people from sh-hole countries come here?" "Love conquers ALL folks: KEEP LIVING THE DREAM". And it prompted senators who were present at the meeting to answer questions Friday about their recollections of the startling remarks.

"If that comment is accurate, the comment is incredibly disappointing", Scott told the newspaper. In the nearly three-minute video, the anchor schools Trump on respect, dignity and the courage of immigrants coming to America.

Laventure had time, and she did not wither from the incoming pressure.

It also underlined the strong historical ties between the two countries and urged the U.S. to respect the dignity of its "noble and courageous" people.

"It falls into a pattern of nativist and very unpleasant language from a poorly qualified president, if not worse, " said Helge Ogrim, a journalist who formerly covered the United States for the Norwegian News Agency.

While others said Mr Trump did not perhaps know what he was letting himself in for by welcoming more Norwegians as the country's egalitarian politics clashes with his "winner takes all" brand of nationalism.

"I've always believed that America is an idea, not defined by its people but by its ideals". "The American ideal is embraced by people all over the globe". "Either the president has been misinformed or he is miseducated", he said on "PBS NewsHour".

African Union demands apology from Trump over racist comment