Ryan: Trump's Remarks About Africa 'Unhelpful'

Ryan: Trump's Remarks About Africa 'Unhelpful'

Ryan: Trump's Remarks About Africa 'Unhelpful'

Ryan said the President's reported remarks are similar to what his Irish ancestors encountered upon their arrival.

"I hear all these stories from my relatives about 'Irish need not apply.' [The Irish] could basically get constructions jobs, cops or firefighter jobs".

Janesville's Speaker of the House of Representatives has criticized the comments reportedly made by President Donald Trump about Haiti and African nations during a meeting on immigration Thursday. "I think we'll get a down payment on some of these problems and keep fighting, keep working to get the rest of it done".

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"The first thing that came to my mind was very unfortunate, unhelpful", Ryan said at a WisPolitics event in Milwaukee. Eventually, he said, they opened a farm in Wisconsin after they raised enough money.

"You know what I thought of right away?"

"Then their son, my great-grandfather, started a railroad business with horse plows and it's an earth moving business which to this day is run by my cousins".

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He then said their story of overcoming that oppression was "a lovely story of America".

Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment. He said that regardless of what Mr. Trump said, however, lawmakers need to come together on so-called Dreamers, or those brought to the US illegally as children. "And that is what makes this country so exceptional and unique in the first place", Ryan went on. He was referring to Trump's asking, during an Oval Office meeting with lawmakers, why the US should admit more immigrants from "shithole countries" in Africa.

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