Jake Tapper Goes Off on Trump 'Sh*thole' Comments

Jake Tapper Goes Off on Trump 'Sh*thole' Comments

Jake Tapper Goes Off on Trump 'Sh*thole' Comments

"To (our) partners in the global community, I want to take advantage of this day to tell you all that under my leadership the country wants to take its destiny in its own hands, as I said in parliament", he added.

On Friday, the African Union mission, which represents more than 50 member states in the continent, expressed its "shock, dismay and outrage" over the alleged comments.

Mr Durbin added: "When the question was raised about Haitians for example... he said 'Haitians, do we need more Haitians?'" He said these hateful things and he said them repeatedly.

"But they have no confirmation yet", Saati said. "They [Republicans] don't believe in immigration - it's always been about people of color and keeping them out of this country", he added. "I use those words advisedly". Of course, the president denies using the word, only owning up to using "tough language" during the immigration talks.

Trump is reacting on Twitter Friday, after reports that he questioned why the USA would accept more immigrants from Haiti and "shithole countries" in Africa rather than places like Norway.

"The point is, if you have a Ph.D., I don't care what country you're from, we want you", Barry Bennett, a former Trump adviser, told The Hill newspaper. "What was really tough was the outlandish proposal made - a big setback for DACA!" he said in one of the tweets.

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The controversial remarks have already prompted an angry response from other countries, namely Haiti, which reportedly summoned usa officials for an explanation. "Those comments do not deserve a response".

"Like all countries, Haiti is a collection of people: it's rich and poor, well-educated and not, good and bad", he said.

The White House has not denied the language used at the Thursday meeting on immigration.

Leanne Manas, a news anchor for the South African Broadcasting Corporation, tweeted Friday morning, "Good morning from the greatest most handsome "s-thole country" in the world!" "I think it fundamentally poisons the relationship with numerous countries", Peter Lewis, director of African Studies at Johns Hopkins University, told CNN. He has also considered recording all his meetings to prevent similar controversies in the future.

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