Bar Associations Respond to President Donald Trump's 'Repugnant' Policies, Remarks

Durbin said in a statement today that "in the course of his comments, President Trump said things that were hate-filled, vile, and racist". Do we need more Haitians?' And then he went on when we started to describe the immigration from Africa that was being protected in this bipartisan measure. People from dozens of countries took their oaths of citizenship Friday in South Florida as news spread about their new president's alleged statement.

Donald Trump may prefer immigrants from Norway rather than from what he reportedly called "shithole" countries such as Haiti or those in Africa. "We are a nation of immigrants, and a nation built on the backs of hard-working men and women from ALL over the world".

He was immediately denounced as a "racist" who praised white immigrants over ethnic minorities with the United Nations calling the comments "shocking and shameful". "Why do we want all these people from shithole countries?"

"Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, said he heard Trump repeatedly refer to African countries as "****holes", at a Thursday meeting.

Trump denied on Friday using such derogatory language, but he was widely condemned in many African countries and in Haiti and El Salvador, and by global rights organisations.

After The Washington Post first reported Mr. Trump's remarks, later confirmed by CBS News' Nancy Cordes, the White House did not deny the comment in a statement.

He added: "When the question was asked about Haitians... he said 'Haitians?" It is scary to think that people would perceive us in a threatening fashion.

The president denied on his Twitter account the reported language is what he used.

'My colleague, Republican senator Lindsey Graham of SC, spoke up and made a direct comment on what the president said, ' Durbin said in the Capitol, CNN reported.

"I do appreciate their support and I'd like to continue their support and not be distracted by any false messages that can be propagated about Haitian people", he said.

"Following comments by the President, I said my piece directly to him yesterday". And she called on Trump to apologize to the American people. "Probably should record future meetings - unfortunately, no trust!"

Lemon put up the list of Trump's comments that tend toward racist language and asked the professor to analyze the word choice of Trump's.

The comment "truly flies in the face of accepted behavior and practice", said Ebba Kalondo, spokesperson for AU chief Moussa Faki. Never said 'take them out.' Made up by Dems.

"But they have no confirmation yet", Saati said.

El Salvador, also facing an end to protected status for its 200,000 citizens living in the United States, sent a formal letter of protest to the U.S. government over the comments.

Trump did not publicly address the controversy during the ceremony and ignored repeated questions about it from reporters in the room.