Trump denies demeaning remarks against African nations
Trump denies demeaning remarks against African nations
'I am not a racist,' Trump says after disparaging comments about Haiti, African nations
14 January, 2018, 03:39
"Those sentiments and the way he handled the meetings are not going to bring Democrats closer to the president on substance", the aide said, adding that the comment gives "a glimpse into the reasoning why" the president rejected a deal after "Democrats met him more than halfway". In his message, Mahama referred to speech made by Trump to African leaders at the United Nations in September wherein in which he had praised theirnations - but also mistakenly referred to a nonexistent country called "Nambia".
A group of 54 "extremely appalled" African countries have demanded that US PresidentDonald Trump retract and apologise for his reportedslur against them.
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Meanwhile, Kathinka Froystad addressed the President directly, saying: "Dear Mr President, I am glad you enjoyed meeting my prime minister, but I am quite happy where I am and would not even dream of settling down in the USA during your s***hole, racist and misogynist regime".
"In later tweets, the president described his language as "tough" but denied using the term "****hole". "What was really tough was the outlandish proposal made - a big setback for DACA!".
Durbin told reporters that Trump had said things that were "hate-filled, vile, and racist" during Thursday's meeting in the White House.
After the natural disaster in Haiti eight years ago today, Wilson and her family were also on the streets doing basic first aid to anyone who needed help. Made up by Dems.
Trump previously told Haitian-Americans: "I really want to be your greatest champion, and I will be your champion", while he was campaigning past year in Miami's Little Haiti. He has also considered recording all his meetings to prevent similar controversies in the future.
"If that's not racism, I don't know how you can define it", U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., said. Meanwhile, Trump offered a partial denial in public but privately defended his extraordinary remarks disparaging Haitians and African countries. But the world will not follow this president, with his sneering lies, the endless bile he spews on social media, and his racist dog-whistle rhetoric. "We should have more people from Norway". Donald Trump, for his part, is golfing today. The White House did not deny the comment.
Having had his reaction to Trump's remarks made public by Durbin, Graham felt little need to confirm or deny the reports himself. Trump tweeted a denial, saying he used tough language at the immigration reform meeting, but not 'sh**hole'.
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Occasionally, though, the Russian Federation narrative appears ready to die down, but then Trump raises the issue again himself. She added that Norwegians generally didn't want "to be flattered by this USA president in this way". "It's all fake news".
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Tunisian police have arrested 328 people after four nights of anti-austerity protests, Interior Ministry spokesman Col. Friday's demonstrations came ahead of the seventh anniversary of Ben Ali's ouster on January 14, 2011.
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