According to those briefed on the conversation, the president used the phrase * a href="http://abc7chicago.com/politics/trump-why-allow-immigrants-from-s***hole-countries/2930875/" *"s***hole countries" while questioning why the us would accept more immigrants from Haiti and nations in Africa, rather than places like Norway.
White House physician Ronny Jackson's short, 33-word statement gave no further details about the exam, which took place at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Friday afternoon before Trump and the first lady left for a weekend in Florida. Plus, the White House has yet to officially deny the reports in a statement - and Hillary Clinton has plenty to say about it.
"The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used", he wrote. He is also a design engineer in the defense industry and a Haitian immigrant who says the portrayal of his country is offensive.
The African Union said in its statement that while it condemn Trump's remark, maintaining a dialogue with the president was necessary to help him better understand their continent. I have a wonderful relationship with Haitians.
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In a statement it said it had asked the U.S. government, through its ambassador, to "clarify" if the derogatory remark also applied to Botswana given that there were Botswana nationals living in the United States and others who wished to go there. "Do we need more Haitians?" I've not read one of them that's inaccurate.
"These remarks, so filled with hatred and derision, have been met with indignation by the Cuban people who are proud of the contribution made by people from everywhere, especially from Africa and Haiti, since the emergence of our nation", said a statement published on the website of the state-run newspaper Granma. He also claimed the deal would force the USA to "to take large numbers of people from high crime countries which are doing badly", but did not offer any specifics or evidence.
President Donald Trump allegedly said the United States should take in more Norwegians, rather than Haiti and countries in Africa that he disparaged with a vulgar term. The African Union, a group representing the continent's 55 countries, issued a blistering statement saying the Trump had dishonored US values.
"When you're doing that well and you have that many accomplishments, don't you want people to be talking about your accomplishments?"
Durbin said when the issue of Temporary Protective Status for Haitian immigrants in the US was raised, the president responded "Haitians".