Paul Ryan calls Trump’s ‘shithole countries’ acknowledgement ‘very unfortunate, unhelpful’


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Speaker
of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) speaks after Senate Republicans
denounced their chronicle of legislation that would replace
Obamacare on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., Jun 22,
2017.

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Roberts


  • House Speaker Paul Ryan pronounced Friday it was “very
    unfortunate” and “unhelpful” of President Donald Trump to refer
    to unfamiliar nations as “shithole countries.”
  • Ryan pronounced his ancestors from Ireland faced similar
    comments when they came to the US.

House Speaker Paul Ryan pronounced Friday it was “very
unfortunate” that President Donald Trump used the term “shithole”
to report Haiti and African countries the prior day in a
contention with lawmakers on immigration at the White House.

“So, first thing that came to my mind: very unfortunate,
unhelpful,” Ryan said, adding that his own ancestors who
immigrated to the United States from Ireland faced similar
hostilities when they arrived in America.

“I suspicion about my own family. My family, like a whole lot of
people came from Ireland on what they called ‘coffin ships’ and
worked the railroads,” Ryan said. “It is a pleasing story of
America, and that is a good story. That is the story today, and
that is the story we had yesterday, and that is what creates this
country so well-developed and singular in the first place.”

He continued: “We’ve got good friends from Africa in Janesville
who are doctors, who are just implausible citizens. And we just
consider it’s critical that we applaud that.”

Numerous media reports and Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin have said
Trump questioned in the Thursday
assembly because the US should accept immigrants from “shithole
countries,” referring to Haiti, El Salvador, and African nations.

“Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come
here?” Trump said, according to The Washington Post, the outlet
that pennyless the news.

Trump then reportedly suggested the US instead accept immigrants
from nations like Norway, whose primary apportion he met with one
day earlier.

Though Trump released a deceptive rejection that he used
“that language” to report the countries, a senator who attended
the assembly reliable Friday that he heard
Trump use the word “not just once, but repeatedly.”

“In the march of his comments, [Trump] pronounced things which were
hate-filled, vile, and racist,” Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois
said. “To no surprise, the boss started tweeting this
morning denying that he using those words. It is not true. He
pronounced these hate-filled things, and he pronounced them repeatedly.”

Ryan is the many comparison congressional Republican to import in on
Trump’s comments so far.

Watch his comments below:

 

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