Trump rejects bipartisan immigration deal, denies controversial remark

President Trump speaks to the media as he meets with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg in the Oval Office on Jan. 10

President Trump speaks to the media as he meets with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg in the Oval Office on Jan. 10

Adding "Botswana has accepted United States citizens within her border over the years and countries to host U.S. guests and senior government officials including a Congressional delegation that will come to Botswana at the end of this month". "Instead, we're subjected to Trump's ignorant, racist views of anyone who doesn't look like him".

The statement further said that Botswana wants clarification from Trump if he also included Botswana as "shithole" country regarding that they are Botswana nationals residing in the United States and that some U.S. residents may wish to visit Botswana.

"That's highly unbecoming of a president if somebody uses that kind of language, period", Kang said.

Parsing his words to allow a sufficient escape route should it be needed, the Georgia Democrat told MSNBC's Katy Tur that he will boycott the annual address over Trump using the phrase "sh*thole countries" while discussing an immigration deal in a private meeting in the Oval Office.

Some lawmakers there proposed restoring protections for immigrants from the countries and President Trump essentially told them NO.

Trump repeatedly referred to African nations in general as "shithole countries", according to Sen. Friday night in Raleigh, African immigrants had plenty to say about the president.

Mr Durbin said: "The President started tweeting this morning, denying that he used those words".

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'The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used, ' Trump wrote, using unusually passive language in an effort to walk back the comment. A Carson spokesperson didn't respond to a request for comment.

President Donald Trump spent Thursday night making a flurry of phone calls to friends and advisers - denying he was racist but defending his disparaging comments about Haitians and African countries - as something many people think, but won't say. Come to Miami, Mr. President, and discover the resiliency.

The three women say they hope others, but most importantly the leader of their nation will someday realize they have a lot more to give.

The statement concludes, "The African Union Mission condemns the comments in the strongest terms and demands a retraction of the comment as well as an apology to not only to the Africans but to all of people of African descent around the globe".

Kang wants to see immigration reform too, including help for so-called "dreamers", he just wants a more merit-based system. The President should not denigrate other countries'.

On "The Situation Room" Friday, Ryan cited an unnamed "influencer" and "child and product of the sixties" who advocated that anti-Trump activists call various companies and talk about Trump's comments.

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