Bob Goodlatte, (R-Va.) and Mario Diaz-Balart (R-Fla.), according to MSNBC.
DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is the law that gave residency status to people who were brought to the country illegally.
Democrats want protections for Dreamers included in a measure on government spending, which must pass by a January 19 deadline to avoid a government shutdown.
Lies spill out of the mouth of Donald Trump on a daily basis, from the lie that his Inaugural crowd was the biggest ever, to his repeated lies that Russia never tried to interfere with our 2016 presidential election, to the lie that he knows no Russians.
CBS News reports that the Haitian government promptly summoned charge d'affairs Robin Diallo, the top us diplomat in the country, to respond to the comments. A large proportion of diversity visa lottery recipients come from African nations.
Jacques immigrated to Jacksonville in 2009 and now helps other immigrants from his home country.
In November, the Trump administration chose to end the status for immigrants from Haiti and Nicaragua. The remarks sent shock waves through the 4 people left in the country who didn't realize Donald Trump is a fucking racist.More news: Trump Attacks "Sneaky" Feinstein Over Testimony Release
Democratic Sen. Richard Durbin of IL on Friday said Trump had indeed made the comments about 's***hole countries'.
At first, he admitted he had used "tough" language, yet simultaneously denied using the exact words the media was reporting on.
Some in Africa made a decision to own Trump's vulgar language or throw it back in his face. Graham hasn't publicly commented on the meeting.
By brushing off racism and sexism as vulgarity, Trump and his supporters have not only pushed aside comments that would likely have torpedoed any other politician. "The president is focused on the policies that are focused on helping the American people". "It is not true", Durbin said. "I would want people from Nigeria, if they meet the requirements".
Then there was a discussion about "chain migration", a term the Trump administration has used to describe immigrants who've come to America and are trying to petition to have family members join them, Durbin said. "He said, 'Oh, that's a good line'".
Sundrop Carter, of the Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition, says there's a way to show they disagree with the president.More news: Johnson and Kirk share lead in Hawaii
"The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used", he wrote.
None of the African-Americans who Trump gathered to support him for the holiday were willing to answer questions about the president's comments afterward.
"Never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country", Trump tweeted.
"By passing a clean DREAM Act and in fact welcoming immigrants, not just saying they welcome immigrants", she said.
"As a Haitian-American scholar who is very aware of Haiti's contributions and long historical connection to the United States, I am appalled by this ignorant statement", Accilien said. Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren asked, "If they aren't s***hole countries, why don't their citizens stay there?"
He, however, denied, through a tweet having uttered such remarks.More news: United Nations says Trump slur on 's…hole' countries is 'racist'