'I am not a racist': Donald Trump denies 's**thole' remark

20 Janvier, 2018, 20:01 | Auteur: Armand Coulomb
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According to media reports, Trump made the comments at a White House meeting about Dreamer legislative negotiations, asking why he should allow immigrants in from those countries rather than from places like Norway.

"It's weird that people in the room don't remember Trump using that word when Trump himself was calling friends to brag about it afterwards", Erick Erickson, who has in the past been critical of Trump, said in a tweet.

"In 2013, Senator Durbin also made the same accusation against a Republican leader in a meeting with President Obama, and said that. he chewed out the president, it was so disrespectful to President Obama, we couldn't even have the meeting", Perdue said.

Further roiling the talks are comments by Trump during an Oval Office meeting in which he questioned the need to admit more Haitians to the U.S. "Wall was not properly funded, Chain (migration) & (Diversity Visa) Lottery were made worse and USA would be forced to take large numbers of people from high crime countries which are doing badly", he wrote Friday on Twitter.

Thousands of immigrants and supporters join the Defend DACA March to oppose the President Trump order to end DACA on September 10, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

"I, as President, want people coming into our Country who are going to help us become strong and great again, people coming in through a system based on MERIT". They are doing nothing to fix DACA.

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Trump has denied making the vulgar remarks, tweeting Friday: "The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used".

Macky Sall, President of Senegal, tweeted that he was "shocked" by Trump's words, and that "Africa and the black race deserve the respect and consideration of all". Murphy said the poem "defines America for me, and I think for many of us".

The president's remarks come after a weekend of non-stop criticism and calls for him to apologize.

State Department officials said diplomats have been advised not to try to interpret or soften the president's remarks.

United States President Donald Trump has offered a partial denial in public but privately defended his extraordinary remarks disparaging Haitians and African countries. "To characterize me as defending the president is just certainly not the case".

"Well, I, for one, will not vote for government funding until we get a deal on DACA", Lewis said Sunday. Clayson Monyela, Spokesperson of the South African Department of International Relations and Cooperation, said in a statement on Sunday.

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