Here's How Some Places Trump Called "Shitholes" Are Reacting To His Comments

Trump said that the United States should accept more immigrants from countries like Norway, the reports said. "I'm not sure." How many examples do you need of this?

This also comes as a section of Democrats and some Republican lawmakers slammed the president for his remarks.

In tweets posted Friday, the president said he used "tough" words but denied the widely reported comments. "Never said "take them out". The Southern African country has called other SADC members to condemn the remarks made by President Trump. She said, "This behavior is unacceptable from the leader of our nation" and called on Trump to apologize to the American people "and the nations he so wantonly maligned".

Trump's latest racist comments came just after his administration announced it is ending temporary protected status for up to 250,000 Salvadorans who have been living in the USA since at least 2001.

Politicians in Minnesota are speaking out after President Donald Trump reportedly made controversial comments about immigration in a meeting in the Oval Office.

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"The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used", he tweeted.

Trump's use of a vulgar term to refer to the above-mentioned nations did not sit will with several prominent Christian voices, however, who spoke out on social media. So reporters followed up his act of honoring a man who devoted his life to African American equality and civil rights with questions like "Mr. President, will you give an apology for the statement yesterday?"

While he didn't use those words, Plies didn't pull any punches when tweeting about Trump.

"In the spirit of the people of Haiti we feel in the statements, if they were made, the president was either misinformed or miseducated about Haiti and its people", Paul G. Altidor, Haiti's ambassador to the United States, explained in a statement. "They just had their God-given strength and determination and their courage", Cooper said. "The most disheartening thing to me is my belief that that was the first time words that hateful have been spoken in the Oval Office of the White House". The president's repulsive comments undermine the fundamental values of who we are as a country.

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