African countries demand Trump apology

The Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro said the problem with Trump's remarks was that he used a curse word and that "he said it behind closed doors unlike Joe Biden, while Conservative pundit Ann Coulter said that "s***hole countries" should be given respect by being called "s***hole nations".

The exchange was confirmed by, and.

When news of the newly discovered Access Hollywood tape broke in 2016, Trump tried to explain his comments away by calling them "locker-room banter". Barbara Lee (Calif.), Bonnie Watson Coleman (N.J.), Jim McGovern (Mass.) and Karen Bass (Calif.).

"Any alleged comments by the President in a (n) immigration meeting are best responded to by the the White House".

"Either the president has been misinformed or he is miseducated", Altidor was quoted as saying.

I know the bipartisan proposal discussed at the White House can get a lot of support from both sides. Diversity has always been our strength, not our weakness. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA is an Obama-era protection for those who arrived in the country illegally when they were children. In exchange for helping Dreamers now, Trump wants various border security measures ― including his wall ― and restrictions on legal immigration that would largely affect people of color. As top recipients of US aid, some hesitated to jeopardize it by criticizing Trump, especially as his administration has sought to slash foreign assistance. Botswana, one of the most successful African countries, summoned the US ambassador to receive an official complaint. He referred to their countries of origin as - sorry, there is no sugarcoating it - shitholes.

"As our nation fights to move forward, our President falls deeper and deeper into the rabbit hole of racism and xenophobia", the NAACP in a statement.

"It is not as if the United States doesn't have difficulties".

"Apart from the vocabulary attributed to him, President Trump is right on target in his sentiment", Jeffress said in a statement, first released to the Christian Broadcasting Network and later shared with FOX4.

In a statement it said it had asked the USA government, through its ambassador, to "clarify" if the derogatory remark also applied to Botswana given that there were Botswana nationals living in the United States and others who wished to go there.

Trump earned national political prominence by promoting the falsehood that Barack Obama, America's first African-American president, was not born in the United States.

"Shame on him and those who don't hold him accountable", she tweeted.

A handful of the people who fall into this camp happen to work about a block from Fifth Avenue at Fox News.

"With what authority do you proclaim who's welcome in America and who's not".

Former Vice President Joe Biden condemned the remark on Twitter. And this helped narrow Norway's wage gap with the 25 percent over that same 40-year period, putting Norway on the path toward its status today as one of world's most prosperous nations. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) as "Pocahontas", to honor Native Americans who served in World War II.

Former Prime Minister Laurant Lamothe said Trump showed "a lack of respect and ignorance" not previously shown by a USA president and "the world is witnessing a new low today".

Why might Trump, a man with a long history of racially insensitive and racist comments, be so quick to write off millions of black and brown people while showing preference for white ones?

"I condemn this unforgivable statement and this demeaning of the office of the Presidency", Baltimore Rep. Elijah E. Cummings said in a tweet.

Naples-based organization Hope For Haiti was on the ground providing aid to the country during the disaster.

Trump was calling out nationality, not race.


"It's like we're going back to white supremacy", Beatrice Jacquet said.

Trump then suggested that the United States should instead bring more people from countries such as Norway, whose prime minister he met with Wednesday. Those individuals are chosen by the USA and then vetted, and there is no indication that they pose a greater threat than other immigrants or native-born citizens. We also, as a government, as a people, to open our arms. "Why are we even talking about locker-room comments from 11 years ago when there are so many important issues at hand?" asked Minnesota state Sen. It is a attractive story of America, and that is a great story and that is the story we have today and that is a story we had yesterday and that is what makes this country so exceptional and unique in the first place. "I will ask Jesus to protect Haiti from the devil, and Trump is the devil".

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