NAACP president on Trump: 'We know he's a racist'

NAACP president on Trump: 'We know he's a racist'

NAACP president on Trump: 'We know he's a racist'

Trump reportedly told the senators at Thursday's meeting that more people from countries such as Norway should be allowed into the U.S. Because Norway is an overwhelmingly white nation, the implication was that Trump wanted more whites admitted into the United States. "Not while he's there!" she said, referring to Trump.

The president later said of his controversial remarks on Twitter that "The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used".

"And if they say we don't have that, say, 'Well, look again, '" she added.

The president is now denying the claim he made during an immigration meeting in Washington on Thursday.

"To our brothers, sisters, and friends in immigrant communities at home and across the world, know that we stand with you".

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Tiley, who sat beside King as she articulated her objections, said her position was not awkward for the tournament. Australian ace Sam Stosur suggested there was little locker room chatter about the divisive issue.

The President reportedly made the comment after becoming frustrated during a discussion on restoring certain countries to the Temporary Protected Status program in exchange for $US1.5 billion border wall funding and a reduction in the visa lottery scheme.

He said the people of Haiti are hard workers and not looking for handouts. Fifty-seven percent of Central Americans are in or near poverty.

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?" Eight percent of American adults have no high school diploma, but the rate is 21 percent for Haitian immigrants. But neither he nor the White House disputed remarks using a vulgarity to describe Africa nations and saying he would prefer immigrants from countries like Norway instead.

Trump has long held similar beliefs, demanding that nations such as Mexico and El Salvador stop the flow of unskilled labor into the United States. "Neither Haiti nor Africa were mentioned".

UN Spokesman Rupert Colville said Trump's comments, if confirmed, were "shocking and shameful" and opened the door to "humanity's worst side and go against universal values". They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime.

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He tweeted: "Reason I canceled my trip to London is that I am not a big fan of the Obama Administration having sold perhaps the best located and finest embassy in London for 'peanuts, ' only to build a new one in an off location for 1.2 billion dollars". And Diallo had some words of advice for Trump. The Trump team has become used to such controversies.

The White House said it's optimistic an agreement can be reached.

"For years, people in Washington asked, 'What's fair to the illegal immigrant?'" Conway said. "It's more his racist views that dictate who should come to America and who shouldn't".

Former UK foreign secretary David Miliband accused Trump of betraying America's future.

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