GOP leaders mostly stayed quiet but more moderate Republicans reacted sharply against President Donald Trump's incendiary comments about "shithole" countries in Africa during a White House meeting Thursday.
Former governor general Michaelle Jean was among those Canadians who sharply criticized U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday for reportedly using vulgar language to describe Haiti and countries in Africa.
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Republican Senators David Perdue of Georgia and Tom Cotton of Arkansas, who both attended the meeting, said in a statement they did not "recall the president saying these comments specifically". "They're shithole countries. We should have more people from Norway". "The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used", Trump insisted in a series of Friday morning tweets. "It is not true". "People come here because they're trying to improve their lives, not make it worse", she said. I have a wonderful relationship with Haitians.
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. Mr Ryan was one of many commentators and analysts who referred to the treatment of Irish immigrants to America in previous centuries, as criticism of Mr Trump's comments grew throughout the day.
While hundreds of thousands of Norwegians emigrated to the U.S.in the 19th century, just 502 out of a population of 5.3 million people moved there in 2016, down 59 from the previous year, according to Statistics Norway.More news: Viacom's Stock Rises 10% On Speculation Of Merger With CBS
Trump's contemptuous description of an entire continent startled lawmakers in the meeting and immediately revived charges that the president is racist.
Mr Trump had also failed to clearly condemn the "anti-Semitic and racist actions of white supremacists in Charlottesville" at a rally in Virginia last August, Mr Colville said. "Probably", the president concluded this morning, citing to a lack of trust on all sides, we "should record future meetings" of this type.
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Trump has repeatedly called for ending chain migration and replacing it with a legal immigration system that brings immigrants to the U.S.in lower levels and based on their merit, English proficiency skills, and ability to readily assimilate to American culture. "I want to stop the massive inflow of drugs", he tweeted.