Gov. Rick Scott responds to President Trump's 'sh**hole' comment

Lester Mason
January 13, 2018

Trump used the words "shithole countries" to describe Haiti, El Salvador and African countries in response to lawmakers suggested they restore protections for immigrants from there, the Washington Post reported Thursday.

A mountain of evidence in support of this proposition existed long before we learned of his comments on Thursday that African countries and Haiti are "shitholes", and that the United States should be welcoming immigrants from places "like Norway" instead.

At an event on Friday, Trump was honoring the memory of Martin Luther King Jr, the civil rights era activist who was slain in 1968. Day, according to The Daily Beast.

"Yesterday Senator Durbin and I met with President Trump at the White House to discuss our bipartisan proposal on border security and immigration". Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, who was in the meeting, said the reports were correct.

According to the contributor, Altidor said, "Either the president has been misinformed or he is miseducated", adding that Haiti's government had formally summoned a United States official to explain the comments. "I've not seen one of them that's inaccurate", Durbin said.

In a tweet, Mr Trump indicated he had not used the vulgar term to describe immigrants from Africa and other regions: "the language used by me. was tough, but this was not the language used", he tweeted. "It is not true". Some media outlets also reported that Trump said in reference to Haitians, "take them out".

Graham spoke up, confronting Trump's harsh language, which Durbin said "took extraordinary political courage".

Almost 700,000 Dreamers are at risk of losing deportation relief and work permits ― or already have ― because Trump ended the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. She was governor general in 2010 when Haiti was hit by a massive natural disaster that devastated large portions of the country, killing tens of thousands of people and displacing many more.

Altidor said Foreign Affairs Minister Antonio Rodrigue told him that the United States chargé d'affaires in Haiti, Robin Diallo, had been summoned to explain the reported slur. But the White House later rejected it, plunging the issue back into uncertainty just eight days before a deadline that threatens a government shutdown. "Do we need more Haitians?'" "Like other nations that have merit-based immigration, President Trump is fighting for permanent solutions that make our country stronger by welcoming those who can contribute to our society, grow our economy and assimilate into our great nation". "Probably should record future meetings - unfortunately, no trust!" I want to stop the massive inflow of drugs.

When Ryan asked her in February if he planned to meet with the Congressional Black Caucus, he replied: "I'll tell you what, do you want to set up the meeting?" he said.

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