Donald Trump 'in excellent health', White House Doctor Reveals

Donald Trump 'in excellent health', White House Doctor Reveals

Donald Trump 'in excellent health', White House Doctor Reveals

"Botswana government is wondering why Trump use such kind of disruptor as well as derogatory word when talking about countries with whom the United States has had cordial and mutual bilateral relations for so many years", reads part of the statement.

The government of Botswana has become a first African country to react and shoot down United States (US) President, Donald Trump's "shithole" remarks to Haiti and African countries.

A group of 54 "extremely appalled" African countries have demanded that US President Donald Trump retract and apologise for his reported slur against them. "We are certainly not a "shithole country".

"If he thinks African peoples are dummy people, it's a lie, because with Africans they go through education, they study so hard, the parents pay so much to bring them to like Wichita State University and that money contributes to the system", Isa said.

As Haitian-Americans gathered later in the day in Little Haiti to commemorate the 8-year anniversary of the devastating quake that hit Haiti, many expressed their outrage about the president's comment.

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Last fall, the Department of Homeland Security canceled the Temporary Protected Status for Haitian immigrants. He reportedly used an expletive while talking about immigrants from certain countries.

Initially, the White House did not deny Trump's racially charged comments, but Trump claimed today he did not utter such disparaging words during a recent meeting at the Oval Office. "Do we need more Haitians?"

"Certain Washington politicians choose to fight for foreign countries, but President Trump will always fight for the American people", spokesman Raj Shah said in a statement issued after The Washington Post reported Trump's comments.

"Following comments by the President, I said my piece directly to him yesterday".

She said the reports of President Donald Trump's comments did not surprise her.

Samantha Power, who served as US ambassador to the United Nations under President Obama, shared the ambassadors' statement on Twitter.

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He carried on to say Trump's words were "more than mere insensitivity or even nationalism", adding that "those standards are not disgraceful enough".

But despite his public denial, Senator Dick Durbin, a Democrat, said Trump did indeed describe African nations as a "shithole", which Durbin said was "vile, hate-filled and clearly racial in their content".

In a statement it said it had asked the USA government, through its ambassador, to "clarify" if the derogatory remark also applied to Botswana given that there were Botswana nationals living in the United States and others who wished to go there.

We contribute a lot to the world. "Probably should record future meetings - unfortunately, no trust!"

In a strongly-worded statement, the United Nations said it was impossible to describe his remarks as anything other than racist, while the Vatican decried Trump's words as "particularly harsh and offensive".

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