North Texas Immigrants React to Reports of Trump's Profane Remarks

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Q. "What sort of implication did those off-color comments have on previous presidents?".

Pierre Labossiere was aghast when, during immigration discussions in the Oval Office Thursday, President Donald Trump questioned why the US should admit immigrants from Haiti and Africa, calling them "shithole countries".

No matter how much some conservative supporters of Trump believe the United States should adopt an isolationist stance, walling off borders and refusing to deal with the rest of the world, it's not possible.

The White House did not originally deny Trump made the "shitholes" comment, but the president himself tweeted Friday morning that "this was not the language used".

After President Trump proved once again that he thinks People of Color are less than by calling Haiti, El Salvador, and African nations "shitholes," CNN journalist Don Lemon refused to dance around the subject. Trump asked, according to the Post. Never said 'take them out.' Made up by Dems.

He said Trump used the most vulgar term "more than once".

Like Trump, Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida is a member of the Republican Party. The exact word used by the president.

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

President Trump on Friday denied describing certain nations as "sh**hole countries" during a meeting in which he rejected a bipartisan deal on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

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It's unclear now how a deal might emerge, and failure could lead to a government shutdown.

"I just don't have to agree with it", Nakpodia said. John Cornyn of Texas, the No. 2 GOP senator, and other Republicans have derided the group of six senators as having little clout. "He knew it and we all knew it".

There were seven lawmakers in the room with the president when the comments were made - six Republicans and one Democrat. But some Democrats have threatened to withhold support unless an immigration pact is forged.

A career intelligence analyst who is an expert in hostage policy stood before President Donald Trump in the Oval Office last fall to brief him on the impending release of a family long held in Pakistan under uncertain circumstances.

Trump during the session with members of Congress reportedly questioned why the US should accept more people from Haiti and "shithole countries" in Africa instead of from nations such as Norway. Do we need more Haitians?' "Then he went on and he started to describe the immigration from Africa that was being protected in this bipartisan measure". Haitians gave their blood back in 1779 to fight for the independence of this country. We've been a good friend of the people of the United States. Durbin told reporters in Chicago. Former VP Joe Biden also had choice words about Trump's language, tweeting, "It's not what a president should believe". Day, which is Monday.

"And he said them repeatedly".

Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin, who was in the meeting, said Trump did use the words, which Durbin called "hate-filled, vile and racist".

"Like all Americans who embrace decency and the values of diversity and inclusion, and who celebrate what made America great in the first place, I'm appalled by these latest comments of President Donald Trump regarding Haitians and people of African nations", Pugh said in a statement.

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