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Trump's Vulgar Comments on Africa, Haiti Shameful — UN Official

14 Janvier 2018

El Salvador's government sent the United States a formal letter of protest that said the president had "implicitly" accepted the use of "harsh terms detrimental to the dignity of El Salvador and other countries".

The ambassadors did not consult their governments before issuing the resolution, he said, adding that some could now expect to receive phone calls from their capitals because of the text's strong tone. And GOP strategists and activists anxious about the fallout in a battleground that is home to one of the country's largest populations of Latin Americans.

"I appreciate Senator Durbin's statements and have enjoyed working with him and many others on this important issue".

However, many on the political right were not upset by Trump's comments at all.

Lewis said that Trump had undermined 25 years of African goodwill towards the U.S.

The president is spending the weekend at his club in Florida. But there was Trump's own tweet saying it was aimed at countries.

It also said there was a serious need "for dialogue between the US Administration and the African countries".

White House officials defend the role of Trump aide.

In November then Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke revoked temporary protected status for Haitians who came to the US after an quake destroyed the island country in 2010.

"America's birth was far from flawless", said Tillerson, recalling the country's troubled past from its founding, through the civil war, the suffrage movement and the civil rights movement, "and we're still not ideal, but we've never lost sight of aspirational values".

"The president's physical exam today at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center went exceptionally well", the doctor, Ronny Jackson, was quoted as saying in a statement released by the White House.

The outcry over Trump's remarks dominated news coverage on Friday and has complicated efforts to reach a deal on immigration.

"The office is the president and if any country reflects to the world who we are as a people", Brewster told the Blade.

"I reject them and condemn vigorously". Mr. Trump has tweeted a denial that he made this statement. Below are eight I think fit the bill.

"It is not as if the United States doesn't have difficulties". They sparked bipartisan backlash to the president, with many lawmakers calling them un-American or unhelpful. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders strongly denied the report.

United States president Donald Trump has offered a partial denial in public over his extraordinary remarks disparaging Haitians and African countries - but privately defended them, according to an insider.

The Rev. Robert Jeffress, pastor of First Baptist Dallas and a frequent guest at the White House, said that apart from the president's choice of words, "Trump is right on target in his policy", putting the needs of the USA above those of other countries. Trump said, according to several people briefed on the meeting.

That same month the Trump administration also revoked protected status from Nicaraguans and suggested it would gather more information on Honduras to determine if they will also take away protected status from that Central American country.

At a maximum, he could compete seriously for a seat that could help Republicans keep their narrow Senate majority, which stands at 51-49.

Turns out this wasn't even the first one this week.

Trump's comments raised the stakes in the debate over their future.

"Following comments by the President, I said my piece directly to him yesterday". "I think at the end of the day, what product comes out of those negotiations is key".

Many Democrats and some Republicans have said they won't vote for the money bill unless it includes a solution for the Dreamers.

Trump's Vulgar Comments on Africa, Haiti Shameful — UN Official