According to the statement, "the African Union strongly believes there is a huge misunderstanding of the African continent and its people by the current administration" and that "there is a serious need for dialogue between the U.S. administration and African countries".
Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages is also voicing disgust over the comments. I'm hoping that the president will work with me to actually get things done. "We contribute a lot to the country where I am right now".
In his meeting with a group of senators, Trump had questioned why the U.S. would accept more immigrants from Haiti and "s**thole countries" in Africa as he rejected a bipartisan immigration deal, according to one participant and others who had been briefed on the remarkable Oval Office conversation. We are certainly not a "shithole country". Trump said, according to IL senator Dick Durbin who was in the room.
In its continuing coverage of the US immigration debate, the Vatican newspaper noted media reports that President Donald Trump "used particularly harsh and offensive words about immigrants" from several countries.
Later, Trump also specifically brought up Haiti. "It's so unfair to the Haitian community", says Marie Senat, of Deer Park. Trump said, per the Post. The term comes from the original name for a bill to provide them a path for citizenship, the DREAM Act.
"I don't think the Present Trump is a racist in the traditional sense as we know in this country", Farris Jr. said.
Even though it was hard, they overcame all odds. "[The border wall] was not properly funded, Chain & Lottery were made worse and United States of America would be forced to take large numbers of people from high crime countries which are doing badly". "It infuriates you, but you still have to respect the country you're in and your president".
"Botswana government is wondering why Trump use such kind of disruptor as well as derogatory word when talking about countries with whom the USA has had cordial and mutual bilateral relations for so many years", reads part of the statement. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a Republican from California, and Rep. Robert Goodlatte, a Republican from Virginia - have not made public comments.
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