Trump questions because U.S. welcomes people from "sh*thole" countries

President Trump questioned because the U.S. is usurpation people from “sh*thole” countries, when lawmakers suggested bringing back authorised protections for immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African nations as a partial of a broader immigration deal, CBS News’ Nancy Cordes confirms, citing a person briefed on the meeting.

“Why are we having all these people from sh*thole countries come here?” the boss pronounced in the Thursday afternoon Oval Office assembly with a handful of members of the House and Senate. “We should bring in some-more people from places like Norway,” he added. Norway’s primary apportion visited the White House Wednesday. The Trump administration recently motionless to soon end Temporary Protected Status for adults of countries like Haiti and El Salvador, who came to the U.S. to shun healthy disasters.

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The comments came about after Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, was describing for the boss which countries with the stable standing would be stable under the farrago visa program. Durbin threw out a few examples, including Haiti, and the boss asked because the U.S. would wish all those people from Haiti. A little later, when the organisation was deliberating the visa lottery program, and African immigrants were mentioned, the boss asked, because Africa? This led to his “sh*thole” comment.

The Washington Post first reported Mr. Trump’s remarks, after adding some-more fact on the president’s comments. The Post repoted Mr. Trump also suggested going one step serve with immigrants from Haiti:

“Why do we need some-more Haitians?” Mr. Trump said, the Post reported, citing people informed with the meeting. “Take them out.” 

The comments repelled some lawmakers present, according to the Washington Post.

The White House did not repudiate the president’s reported remarks.

“Certain Washington politicians select to fight for unfamiliar countries, but President Trump will always fight for the American people,” White House orator Raj Shah pronounced in a statement. “The boss will only accept an immigration understanding that sufficient addresses the visa lottery complement and sequence emigration – two programs that harm the economy and concede terrorists into the country.  Like other nations that have merit-based immigration, President Trump is fighting for permanent solutions that make the country stronger by welcoming those who can minister to the society, grow the economy and cushion into the good nation. He will always reject temporary, diseased and dangerous refuge measures that bluster the lives of overworked Americans, and undercut immigrants who find a better life in the United States by a authorised pathway.”

Rep. Mia Love, a Utah Republican whose family comes from Haiti, called on the boss to apologize for his “divisive” and “elitist” comments. 

Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, a Florida Republican who was innate in Cuba and represents a opposite district in Miami-Dade County, pronounced the president’s denunciation “shouldn’t be listened in locker bedrooms and it shouldn’t be listened in the White House.”

Democrats in Congress seized on the president’s comments, and the Congressional Black Caucus pronounced the remarks are, “further explanation that his Make America Great Again bulletin is really a Make America White Again agenda.”

The boss was assembly with a handful of lawmakers to plead how they competence strech an immigration deal. Senators attending the assembly enclosed Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina; Tom Cotton, R-Arkansas; David Perdue, R-Georgia, Dick Durbin, D-Illinois; and Reps. Kevin McCarthy, R-California, Bob Goodlatte, R-Virginia, and Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Florida.

Earlier in the day, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders pronounced senators and the White House had not nonetheless reached a deal, nonetheless a somewhat opposite organisation of senators after pronounced they had reached an “agreement in principle.”

CBS News’ Nancy Cordes contributed to this report.

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