In a response labelled by worldwide media as damage control, Mr Trump has denied using derogatory words but admitted his language was "tough". "What was really tough was the outlandish proposal made". Trump asked, sources told the Washington Post.
"The Government of Botswana is wondering why President Trump, must use this descriptor and derogatory word, when talking about countries with whom the U.S. has had cordial and mutually beneficial bilateral relations for so many years", the Botswana government said in a statement condemning his remarks.
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They are the ones putting their bodies on the line and get less than 50 percent of total National Football League revenue. It's that time of the year where you don't want to go out there and just not be prepared, not go and play a good game".
Trump also questioned why the United States lets Haitians into the country, and mocked Durbin's assertion that African-Americans might be offended by the term "chain migration", the senator said.
Altidor said Trump should apologize for any vulgarity. He also, according to CNN, "spent his Thursday night phoning aides, allies and friends, asking them how they thought the "shithole" remark was playing out in the press".
Mr Trump took particular issue with the characterisation of his comments on Haiti, responding on Twitter: "Never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country. I have a wonderful relationship with Haitians!" he posted. To Trump supporters, Lemon had no right to make assumptions about the president; to the Trump haters, Lemon is a hero. "Probably should record future meetings - unfortunately, no trust".
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The country can probably count on Trump to fire up his Twitter account once again if there's any protests on Super Bowl Sunday. Additionally controversy over players kneeling during the national anthem in protest has not come up as a concern, he said.
U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick of Bucks County described the president's language as "unacceptable".
Rev. Sara Smith of the United Congregational Church in Bridgeport says President Trump's words go against everything she preaches to her very diverse church group.
"I seen the statement they said the president made about why we keep allowing immigrants to come into our country from sh*thole places like Haiti, Africa, El Salvador, why we can't have immigrants come in from places like Norway". Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, who was in the meeting, said the reports were correct.
Salvador Sánchez, the president of El Salvador, said Trump's words had "struck at the dignity of Salvadorans".
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This was part of a lengthy statement that did not directly dispute the language reportedly used in the meeting, NBC stated. President Donald Trump's dismissal of Haiti and certain African countries with a vulgar expression has created a furor.
And when I mentioned that fact to him, he said "Haitians, do we need more Haitians?" "He said these hateful things and he said them repeatedly".