In his own tweet posted on Friday, Trump had appeared to deny using the term "shithole" during a private White House meeting Thursday. Sen.
"The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used". President, are you a racist?' she asked in a second attempt. I understand how powerful they are.
However, Trump has since denied using the words on Twitter. It is not true.
"He said these hate-filled things and he said them repeatedly", insisted Sen. He is also a design engineer in the defense industry and a Haitian immigrant who says the portrayal of his country is offensive. "The largest group's El Salvadoran, the second is Honduran and the third is Haitian".
People from 'shithole countries' share their accomplishments to prove Trump wrong
I want safety and security for our people. "There is no regular criteria that we have to meet so at random, people get picked". So are those at the Greater Haitian American Chamber of Commerce.
Klepper continued: "I know what you're thinking: What do Norwegians have that Haitians and Africans don't?"
Last fall, the Department of Homeland Security canceled the Temporary Protected Status for Haitian immigrants.
With Friday being the eight year anniversary of the catastrophic quake in Haiti, Jacques says it brings the conversation full circle - knowing many link those images of destruction and devastation, labeling the country, but he says it won't limit them.
Fleischer, Fox News contributor and former White House press secretary under President George W. Bush, said on "Outnumbered Overtime" that Trump's blunt, politically incorrect talk has helped shake up Washington, D.C., but it's not always helpful to diplomacy and getting agreements done.
"I would like to see Donald Trump apologize for what he said".
Trump reportedly made the remark as Senator Dick Durbin, a Democrat from IL, was explaining the outlines of an agreement reached by six bipartisan senators that would protect almost 800,000 young immigrants from deportation as well as bolster border security, according to the Washington Post. David Perdue, Republicans who've been close allies to the President on the issue of immigration, were also in the meeting but issued a carefully worded statement after Trump tweeted Friday morning that the description of his remarks was not accurate. It is time for the Republicans in the room to state what they heard and not cower to the President or to his base.