"Today during immigration talks, President Trump said something that nearly every single person in America actually agrees with", Carlson said. "This president, we know when he says he wants to make America great again, it means he wants to make America white again".
He later added, "I thought he misspoke, and, as I said, I think President Trump is not a racist, but I do think he is racially uninformed". Some African governments found themselves in an awkward position as top recipients of USA aid but Botswana's government called Trump's comment "reprehensible and racist".
Jacquet is a Haitian immigrant reacting to words President Donald Trump used in referring to her home country in a derogatory manner.
Trump said, after lawmakers discussed restoring protections for immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries as part of a bipartisan immigration deal. Trump, however, did not deny accounts from multiple sources either briefed on or familiar with the discussion who told ABC News the president's comments extended to African countries as well.
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As Graham read the agreement, Trump started making comments and asking questions, Durbin said.
A White House spokesman defended Trump's position on immigration without directly addressing Trump's remarks. "That's the important thing", Ana Quintero, from Venezeula, said. "We should be talking about how we bring people together", Pugh said. "I have a wonderful relationship with Haitians", Trump tweeted.
"These are shocking and shameful comments from the President of the United States", said Colville during a news briefing in Geneva.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday denied a derogatory comment that he is alleged to have made against some Central American and African countries that triggered an worldwide outrage for its racist undertones.
The United Nations (UN) in a strongly-worded statement said the U.S. president's remark was purely racist, while the Vatican has described it as offensive.