Ex-president John Mahama has branded US President Donald Trump as a racist after he reportedly used crude language to describe African nations, Haiti and El Salvador. Democratic Sen. Richard Durbin of IL, who was in the meeting, reconfirmed Friday that Trump repeatedly "said things that were hate-filled, vile and racist".
He added the USA should bring in more people from countries like Norway.
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On Friday, Trump tweeted: "Never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country".
Botswana officials noted that they had "summoned" U.S. Ambassador Earl R. Miller regarding the statements that President Trump had made during a meeting with lawmakers a day earlier, during which the chief executive allegedly exclaimed: "What do we want Haitians here for?"
In a statement issued in NY, the group of over 50 nations said: "the AU expressed its disappointment and outrage over the unfortunate comment made by Mr. Donald Trump, President of the United States of America".
In Geneva, UN human rights spokesman Rupert Colville said: "These are shocking and shameful comments". That's when he used these vile and vulgar comments, calling the nations they come from 'shitholes.' The exact word used by the President.
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It was not that Shaw and Klara plundered boundaries, instead they raised their knocks with some stupendous risk- free batting. Gerald Coetzee finished the South African innings with a flourish and his 36 off 14 balls included two fours and three sixes.
As for the shithole comment, the White House didn't even bother to try to deny it this time around.
As an immigration status allowed by law for certain countries experiencing dire conditions, such as a natural disaster, epidemic or war, tps protects individuals from deportation and authorizes them to work in the US.
Thousands of African and Haitian immigrants call North Texas home, and many were shocked and disappointed in the comments. "It's now, I think, our responsibility to say that his comments don't represent America", said Sen.
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Conte has also criticised United's spending, while Mourinho even mocked the Chelsea head coach for having a hair transplant. With no end to the fixture crunch in sight, Conte must hope the hamstring injury suffered by Gary Cahill is not severe.
National Super Alliance (NASA) leader, Raila Odinga, termed US President Donald Trump's shithole remarks against African countries unfortunate and troubling.
The bipartisan Senate plan would attempt to maintain TPS in return for ending or changing a "diversity" lottery programme that has been aimed at allowing up to 50,000 people a year from countries with few emigrants to the United States.
White House physician Dr Ronny Jackson said the examination which lasted around three hours at the Walter Reed military hospital in Bethesda, Maryland, "went exceptionally well". Instead they continued to defend him by saying the president wants to invite skilled and educated people to the United States of America and they went on a tangent about illegal immigration which was not even the topic of the show.
European Union invests $1.2bn in supercomputers to compete with China, US
To buy and develop them, Europe will spend $486 million itself, with the balance of the $1.2 billion coming from member states. It predicts that with the use of a supercomputer, vehicle production cycles could be reduced "from 60 months to 24 months".