"We do not recall the president saying these comments specifically", they said.
So we're naturally saddened by reports that President Donald Trump, during negotiations on immigration reform, asked why the United States should permit more immigrants from "s***hole countries" such as Haiti and the nations of Africa. The comment degraded immigrants from Haiti and other African countries.
"The entire world looks up to the United States for its leadership and as a role model", Hunder said. "Immigration, 'why are we taking all these people from wherever?' Well immigration is what America is based on, and generally when they emigrate is because the place where they came for had some problems".
"I think Trump is a good president for me", Mario Gonzalez, from Cuba, said. The President and all those attending the meeting know what I said and how I feel", he said, adding: "I've always believed that America is an idea, not defined by its people but by its ideals.
Fort Myers Councilman Johnny Streets said he is hearing from Haitians in his ward.
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LHC Chief Justice (CJ) Syed Mansoor Ali Shah gave the order while hearing the petition filed by advocate Shaheem Pirzada. Mashood appealed to protesters to not damage property during their protests over the incident.
Now, the question of whether we should be welcoming people from sh**hole countries, and, of those people, whether we should be welcoming those with education and skills, say grad students from middle-class families seeking to stay, or those who are dirt poor, and favored by the wealthy as their future nannies and elder caregivers, is another issue altogether. To no surprise, the president started tweeting this morning, denying that he used those words. The Washington Post reported that, during the meeting, Trump said immigrants from Haiti should be left out of any new agreement approved by Congress. When I mentioned that fact to him, he said, 'Haitians?
On "The Situation Room" Friday, Ryan cited an unnamed "influencer" and "child and product of the sixties" who advocated that anti-Trump activists call various companies and talk about Trump's comments.
Interestingly, this comes after he reportedly referred to the immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries as "s--holes", in an immigration meeting at the White House earlier.
Graham continued: 'The American ideal is embraced by people all over the globe. It really does not exemplify that office and really deplore those kinds of comments and would say these are not the kind of statements that should be made.
"It just took the breath out of me", Saitinor Philius said. Trump reportedly said. "Take them out". "He said those hate-filled words".
El Salvador, also facing an end to protected status for its 200,000 citizens living in the United States, sent a formal letter of protest to the USA government over the comments.