But, as reporters in the Netherlands demonstrated this week, asking politicians who make offensive statements to account for their remarks can be a public service, by at least attaching some sort of social embarrassment to making such comments. A Fort Wayne man who was born in Haiti said the comments are concerning.
“Dr. King challenged us to talk about the community. Resign”, he said on Facebook.
There was no mention at that time of the language that sources said Trump had used, details of which were soon leaked. Which reminded us to revisit just how lovely this country is. “Join us”, the former Los Angeles mayor said on Twitter.
Durbin said that press reports describing the meeting were accurate, and blasted Trump for his Friday morning tweets that denied the reports.
Trump denies he said anything derogatory during a bipartisan immigration meeting Thursday and denies saying he wanted Haitians out of the country. “Oh, I feel bad”, said Barhanyu Brhe who immigrated to Raleigh from Ethiopia in 2010 and now manages Abyssinia Ethiopian Restaurant near NC State.
“I don’t think that he will acknowledge that he said it, let alone apologize for it”, Doron said. “That’s not how a president behaves”.
Botswana’s foreign ministry summoned the usa ambassador in protest and called the comments “highly irresponsible, reprehensible and racist”. Do we need more Haitians?’ “Then he went on and he started to describe the immigration from Africa that was being protected in this bipartisan measure”.
Deputy secretary general Jesse Duarte of the African National Congress pointed out the United States itself has millions of people out of work or without health care. “Today, Haitians are still here working hard, contributing to the social and economic fabric of this country”.
“So, that’s what he said today in front of the cameras, but remember behind the cameras this is what the president just said yesterday”, Lemon said before repeating Trump’s previous racist remarks. I have not read one of them that’s inaccurate.
Haitians weren’t the only people offended by the president’s comments.
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His comments drew a chorus of condemnation inside the United States and internationally, especially in Africa. “A lot of us already knew that”, the news host said on air.
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has issued a statement regarding President Donald Trump’s recently reported comments allegedly regarding immigrants from countries like Haiti and El Salvador.