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African immigrants in Raleigh 'insulted' by Trump's vulgar remarks

13 January 2018

In the White House, a bipartisan group of senators Thursday presented an agreement that would grant protected status to the "dreamers" who were brought here illegally as children, pump more money into border security, tweak family-based immigration, and end the "Diversity Visa Lottery Program", which distributes visas to countries with historically low immigration rates, many in Africa and Central Asia, channeling those visas to some US residents with Temporary Protected Status from countries like El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Haiti, a program Trump is rolling back.

President Trump has denied the use of abusive terms, saying that the language he used was "tough".

Paul G. Altidor, Haiti's ambassador to the United States, said Haitian officials "vehemently condemn" Trump's comments, which he said were based on stereotypes. This view came through most clearly in his years-long crusade against president Barack Obama, whom Mr. Trump insisted must be a foreigner - admitting only in 2016 that Mr. Obama was an American.

Donald Trump sparked outrage after allegedly saying during a DACA meeting, that Haitians, Africans, and Salvadorans are immigrants from "crappy" countries, adding that he want's them out and prefer immigrants from Norway. The White House has faced a barrage of questions over his contradictory messages on key policies and an incident last month where he slurred some words while giving a speech.

Haiti's ambassador to the US, Paul Altidor, said on Friday the president's reported remarks were particularly unwelcome coming on the eighth anniversary of the natural disaster which killed more than 200,000 people on the Caribbean island. There is a direct line from Mr. Trump's birtherism to his campaign launched on denigrating Mexicans to his tolerance of neo-Nazis to his latest vile remarks - remarks backed up by equally vile immigration and travel policies that are tearing USA families apart.

Trump's comment to lawmakers that the United States should accept more immigrants from places like Norway instead of from "s.hole countries" in Africa did not sound consistent with the notion that all people are equal no matter the place of their birth or the color of their skin. "There is a serious need for dialogue between the US administration and the African countries". Trump met this week with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg.

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Trump has denied making the remark (kind of), but it certainly fits right in with his history.

While demanding a "retraction and an apology" from Trump, the 54 countries also thanked those Americans "from all walks of life who have condemned the remarks".

Despite growing claims of mental instabilityand speculation, President Donald Trump was given a clean #Bill Of Health this week at the Walter Reed Medical Center. The program provides immigrants brought illegally into the U.S.as children with time and resources to resolve their immigration status. He said there were "very fine people on both sides" after violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, left one counter-protester dead. But it wasn't just Democrats objecting.

"We would not deign to make comments as derogatory as that about any country that has any kind of socio-economic or other difficulties", Duarte said, adding that much like their African counterparts, millions of U.S. citizens were affected by problems such as unemployment.

"We know he's a racist".

The sources spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to publicly describe the conversation. Trump's fellow travelers have gone to great lengths to obscure this posture.

African immigrants in Raleigh 'insulted' by Trump's vulgar remarks