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In his meeting with a group of senators, he had questioned why the US would accept more immigrants from Haiti and "s-thole countries" in Africa as he rejected a bipartisan immigration deal, according to one participant and people briefed on the remarkable Oval Office conversation.

Johnson also took issue with Isaac Newton Farris Jr., Martin Luther King Jr.'s nephew, who told CNN after participating in a White House event honoring his uncle that he believes Trump is "racially ignorant and racially uninformed", but does not believe Trump is a "racist in the traditional sense".

In a statement released on Friday, the mission expressed its disappointment in the president of the United States and demanded a "retraction of the comment" and an "apology to Africans".

The fallout from alleged vulgar comments President Donald Trump made about immigration from Africa and Haiti continues.

Trump took particular issue with the idea, explained by Durbin of IL, the Senate's No. 2 Democrat, that as part of the deal people who fled to the US after disasters hit their homes in places such as El Salvador, Guatemala and Haiti, would be allowed to stay.

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"Why are we having all these people from sh*thole countries come here?" the president said.

The White House, in an initial statement, didn't deny the remarks, which remained unchallenged by the Trump administration until a pair of tweets from the President.

Jacquet is a Haitian immigrant reacting to words President Donald Trump used in referring to her home country in a derogatory manner.

This makes chain migration the largest driver of immigration to the USA - making up more than 70 percent - with every two new immigrants bringing seven foreign relatives with them.

"That's when he used these vile and vulgar comments, calling the nations they come from *****". "We welcome immigrants and refugees from these countries in our schools, churches, healthcare institutions and other ministries". The president, he said, "screws things up when he gets in the middle of the process".

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Then, Durbin said that the president began to describe immigration from Africa that would be protected under the bipartisan proposal. He did so after Mr. Trump tweeted a denial, saying that he used "tough" language but "not that language".

At least 10,000 Haitian immigrants came to Southwest Florida after a 2010 quake devastated their nation.

Trump seemed to deny making the remark, but multiple senators from both parties that were in the meeting either confirmed or did not dispute it.

"Senator Perdue does not recall the president saying that and the president addressed this himself this morning", said his office's statement.

"I haven't seen anyone so brazenly institutionalizing bigotry and racism", said Leo Mulbah, former president of the Liberian Community of Georgia.

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Overall, Republicans believe they have more time to deal with the deadline for the program for young undocumented immigrants, known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, after letting the heat from the president's comments cool off. "What I think of these countries is actually very positive'". "A lot of us already knew that", the news host said on air.

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