Trump denies utilizing vulgarity to explain Africa nations, Haiti

Sunday, 14 Jan, 2018

"This is why we review the utterances by the current American President as a highly irresponsible and racist". "The most disheartening thing to me is my belief that that was the first time words that hateful have been spoken in the Oval Office of the White House".

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". "They [Republicans] don't believe in immigration - it's always been about people of color and keeping them out of this country", he added.

Asked on Friday about the comments attributed to Trump, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau acknowledged the anniversary of the quake in Haiti, but declined to directly address the words in question.

"Never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country", he wrote.

"I must admit it really hurt when I heard that", said Crevecoeur. His supporters made excuses and continue to make excuses for him. how many examples do you need of this?

Sen. Dick Durbin (left) sits next to President Trump during a bipartisan meeting.

Jackson says he looks forward to proving additional details at a White House briefing Tuesday.

In a tweet Friday morning, Trump suggested that he did not use the insulting term. It took courage for what he did. "We have a right and a responsibility to hold the president to a higher standard".

Chicago has a Haitian-American population estimated at 50,000.

The Post revealed that Trump made a series of phone-calls to some of his friends and supporters to gauge their opinion after 24 hours of global condemnation. The news anchor also addressed Trump supporters.

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

The language came after lawmakers discussed restoring protections for immigrants living in Haiti and Africa than from places like Norway. I am committed to working with Republicans and Democrats to find common ground so we can move forward'. He later took to Twitter to deny the racist comments.

Trump has however on Friday denied that he used the vulgar expression, saying "this was not the language used".

"Pay Trump bribes here" "emoluments welcome", and "we are all responsible to stand up and end white supremacy" were also projected onto the building.

"Haitians slap your hand hard when they shake it". At least one more African leader spoke up on Saturday. She is also now secretary general for La Francophonie, a coalition of 58 French-speaking countries, including several African nations.

Ryan made his remark Friday at a public forum at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.