Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Trump criticized immigration from 's---hole' countries

Trump criticized immigration from 's---hole' countries

When he got to Haiti, Trump asked why the U.S. wants more people from Haiti and African countries.

One person briefed on the meeting said when Democratic Sen.

The meeting comes after a federal judge this week issued an injunction halting Trump's plans to end DACA, providing the immigrants with temporary relief.

"He will always reject temporary, weak, and risky stopgap measures that threaten the lives of hardworking Americans, and undercut immigrants who seek a better life in the United States through a legal pathway", the statement concluded. Ryan reportedly called Trump after the president's first tweet this morning to clarify the White House position.

This is - much like Charlottesville - an abdication of the moral authority of the presidency, but it's more than that: It's saying, quite simply, that saying racist stuff is a-OK as long as it works politically.

In a statement, the White House didn't deny the president made the remarks.

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Mia Love, a Utah Republican and the only Haitian-American in Congress, demanded Mr Trump apologise for the "unkind, divisive, elitist" comments. The President of a country literally built on the idea of a melting pot of immigrants. "The White House went on to say Trump wants immigrants who can "contribute to our society, grow our economy and assimilate into our great nation".

The lawmakers were describing how certain immigration programs operate, including one to give safe haven in the United States to people from countries suffering from natural disasters or civil strife.

After the meeting, Marc Short, Trump's legislative aide, said the White House was nowhere near a bipartisan deal on immigration. The person said when Durbin got to Haiti, Trump began to ask why we want people from Haiti in the U.S. and asked why we want more Africans.

Trump's comments came as two senators presented details of a bipartisan compromise that would extend protections against deportation for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants - and also strengthen border protections, as Trump has insisted. Most white people are killed by white people.

Confusion roiled Capitol Hill as initial optimism that a deal had been struck to avoid the so-called Dreamers becoming vulnerable to deportation was quickly deflated by the White House and conservative politicians. But she added, "We feel like we're close". Democrats and Republicans broadly agree that any solution should address four principles: a DACA solution, funding for border security measures and reform of the diversity visa lottery program and the practice of family-based migration. Representative Kevin McCarthy, Republican of California and the majority leader; Senator David Perdue, Republican of Georgia; Senator Tom Cotton, Republican of Arkansas; and Representative Robert W. Goodlatte, Republican of Virginia and the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, were also there.

Trump's comments aren't far-fetched, according to various news reports.

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