Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Trump's vulgar remark didn't surpise WSSU professor

Trump's vulgar remark didn't surpise WSSU professor

"It's one thing to ask if he's a racist and that's OK, but the next thing is, since this continues to happen there needs to be something to dynamic, some kind of leverage", Ryan said.

On Friday (local time) the president tweeted that his language was "tough" but insisted he did not say anything derogatory about Haitians aside from noting it is a poor country.

It was initially believed the president also called Haiti and El Salvador, countries also discussed during that meeting, "sh*thole countries". He called a proposal made at the immigration meeting "a big setback for DACA". Appearing on MSNBC, Alcindor told Rachel Maddow, "Haiti is taking formal steps to let President Trump know they are upset".

"I honestly don't remember that word being used", the Senator from Georgia said in an interview, "...but I do remember the conversation about what's wrong with the current immigration system.

The UN slammed Mr Trump's reported description of African nations and Haiti, saying it was "shocking and shameful" and "racist".

Based on media reports about the meeting, L'Osservatore said, "Trump used particularly harsh and offensive words about immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti and some African countries".

For his part, Durbin told the president, "I raised the point If you exclude Haitians from this group of temporary protected people, the conclusion is obvious".

The president implied Friday morning on Twitter that maybe he should start recording meetings because there is no trust.

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The generation share of hydropower was more than 7% in 2017 and is forecast to be slightly lower than 7% in both 2018 and 2019. By many estimates US production is set to take off this year - which is concerning for many other producer nations.

The United Nations human rights office has strongly criticised "racist" comments by Donald Trump in which he said immigrants from Africa and Haiti come from "shithole" countries. That's when he used these vile and vulgar comments, calling the nations they come from, 's***holes.' The exact word used by the president - not just once, but repeatedly.

Trump has said he will end the program in March unless Congress acts - and also authorizes strict border enforcement measures, too.

Then-Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) - a long proponent of immigration policy that serves the interests of the American people - corrected Graham, saying, "It's not a hellhole, it has great things going on in Mexico, we're proud of the people in Mexico".

"The ambassadors and the charges will note what an honor it is to be in their posts and how much we value our relationship with the people of the nation where they represent us".

The United Nations (UN) in a strongly-worded statement said the U.S. president's remark was purely racist, while the Vatican has described it as offensive.

His press office characterized his statement as being about "DACA" rather than about Trump, indicating Graham's desire not to fan the flames more than necessary.

"In addition to being insulting to us, more importantly it's quite disrespectful and insulting to the people that we're trying to help and the friends and colleagues that we've made there over the last eight years", Furey said in an interview. I want to stop the massive inflow of drugs.

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