Trump denies 's---hole' remarks despite Senator confirming slur

Ross Houston
January 13, 2018

"In the course of [Trump's] comments, he said things that were hate-filled, vile and racist", he told reporters in IL, according to USA Today. Isn't Trump demonstrating that he's nothing but a racist and pursuing a policy of "Make America White Again"?

"Developing countries do have difficulties, these difficulties are not small things", she said, adding that the United States also faced difficulties, like unemployment and inequality.

Rivers said Trump took the torch out of the hand of the Statue of Liberty with his remarks.

Trump, who opened his presidential campaign in 2015 by calling some Mexican immigrants "rapists" and "criminals", reportedly made the remark during a meeting concerning a deal that would allow for increased security along the U.S. -Mexico border, while also allowing for the continuation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

Over Twitter, Trump claimed that Haiti was a "very poor and troubled country", but that he had never "said anything derogatory" about it. During a 2016 campaign event in Miami, he said "the Haitian people deserve better" and told the audience of Haitian-Americans he wanted to "be your greatest champion, and I will be your champion". "It is not true", Durbin said.

And Democrat Senator Dick Durbin, who was in the meeting at the time, insisted Trump did say the words.

The New Yorker responded to President Donald Trump's reported "shithole" comment by giving a sneak peek of its upcoming magazine cover.

President Donald Trump received an influx of answers on Twitter to his question about why more immigrants don't come to America from Norway.

Trump has called himself the "least racist person that you've ever met" and has spoken positively about Haitians in public.

'To no surprise the President started tweeting this morning, denying that he used those words. "What was really tough was the outlandish proposal made".

"I work every day to make this the most welcoming state for everyone -- Haitians, Cubans, Venezuelans, and others from all around the world that call Florida home". It's a dignity many in this White House can learn from.

"Why are we having all these people from sh-hole countries come here?"

Sen. Durbin on Trump comments.

The ambassadors also thanked American citizens "from all walks of life who have condemned the remarks".

Ryan has clashed with the Trump administration before - in May, then-White House press secretary Sean Spicer scolded her, "please stop shaking your head", as he answered one of her questions. "We are a nation of immigrants and I am so proud of that".

Though many people find the president's remarks distasteful, Sherman doesn't believe there was anything said that was impeachable.

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