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Trump rejects bipartisan immigration deal, denies controversial remark

13 January 2018

CNN news host Anderson Cooper has hit out at President Trump in an emotional speech in defence of Haiti after reports Trump questioned why the United States would accept more immigrants from "s***hole countries" in Africa.

"America's racial, ethnic and religious diversity is a critical source of our strength as a nation", part of Sullivan's tweet said.

Graham, a long-time immigration reform advocate, said he believed that "America is an idea, not defined by its people but by its ideals".

Trump reportedly demanded to know why the US allows so much immigration from the aforementioned "shithole countries" in a meeting with lawmakers about immigration policy on Thursday.

The African Union responded to President Donald Trump's description of African nations as "shithole countries." .

The worldwide community was also quick to respond to the reported comments, with Djenane Gourgue, of the Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida, saying she is not letting Trump's remarks affect her anymore, adding "his actions can probably hurt more".

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Dick Durbin says he had high hopes of securing President Trump's approval of a bipartisan plan for "Dreamers" when he and South Carolina Republican Sen. Two Democrats - Congressional Black Caucus Chair Cedric Richmond and House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Jerry Nadler - said Friday they would be filing a censure resolution next week against the president for his comments, as lawmakers continue to work toward an immigration deal.

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

'I appreciate Senator Durbin's statements and have enjoyed working with him and many others on this important issue.

"(Graham) spoke up and made a direct comment on what the president said", Durbin told reporters.

Jeffress also said he was "grateful" to have Trump as president and thanked him for the "courage" to protect the U.S. Never said 'take them out.' Made up by Dems.

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham and Durbin had come to the White House to outline their bipartisan compromise, but found themselves in the room with several Republican immigration hardliners.

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The president added that the USA government should accept more people from countries like Norway. Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer infamously told her to stop shaking her head in a press briefing a year ago when she seemed unimpressed with his answer about how the White House was going to improve its image.

US President Donald Trump on Friday appeared to deny he insulted Haiti and African nations as "shithole countries" but admitted in a tweet that he used "tough" language during a discussion about an immigration deal with lawmakers. They don't blink. They stand tall and they have dignity.

"If that comment is accurate, the comment is incredibly disappointing", Scott also told The Post and Courier on Friday morning.

Before signing a proclamation honoring Dr. King, Trump requested to speak privately with Farris.

Asked about the comments, White House spokesman Raj Shah did not deny them.

The United Nations has since condemned Trump's comments as "racist".

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"The president made a mistake making those comments", Kilmeade said.

Trump rejects bipartisan immigration deal, denies controversial remark