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We don't want to come to your s***hole country — Norwegians tell Trump
19 Enero 2018, 07:23 | Bibiana Flor
He told both Democrat and Republican leaders they are "not that far away from comprehensive immigration reform". And Trump said something very, very intolerant/tough - depending on who you believe - about immigrants from African and Central American countries. And he says the Illinois senator is threatening prospects for a deal to protect certain immigrants. By a roughly 2-to-1 margin, 53 percent to 26 percent, Americans said it was racist to call African countries and Haiti "shithole countries".
A near-universal 94 percent of Clinton voters disagreed with the statement, most of them citing strong disagreement, and 92 percent said they considered it racist.
"You've seen the comments in the press".
The responses from Ghana's President Nana Addo and former President Mahama are great from a pan-African point of view. Ignoring shouted questions about the mounting firestorm over race, the president paid tribute during a ceremony to the reverend's "peaceful crusade for justice and equality".
"I'm not going to vote for a CR", Graham told reporters Wednesday.
"But the president, I do not think, is a racist as we have traditionally known in this country", said Farris, who took part in a White House event Friday honoring his uncle.
Durbin said after the Oval Office meeting that Trump's words to the senators were "vile, hate-filled and clearly racial in their content".
"I'm looking forward to finding out what happened, but more importantly, I'm looking forward to fixing the problem", she said.
Critics began openly questioning Trump's psyche last week following a tweet in which he said he has a bigger nuclear button than North Korea leader Kim Jong Un, and the publication of Fire and Fury, a book about the White House, in which anonymous Trump acquaintances questioned the president's mental stability. "Deals can't get made when there is no trust!" he wrote Monday evening. David Perdue (R. -Ga.) and Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) also attended the meeting.
Ten months ago, the Los Angeles Times editorial board published a multipart series about President Trump calling him "Our Dishonest President".
"For months, I have been involved in numerous high-level bipartisan meetings negotiating DACA (Deferred Action for Child Arrivals), including Thursday's meeting at the White House". The White House said there are no tapes.
"(H) e said 'My family was from one of those s-hole countries.' He used the word himself", Durbin continued, adding that Graham said, "'They came here with limited training, limited experience. Dick Durbin is questioning the credibility of a Republican senator who says President Donald Trumpdid not refer to African countries using a vulgarity during a closed-door meeting.
On Friday, the College Board had a message for students from Africa, Haiti and Central America: Please come to the United States to further your education.
Trump also denied making the statements attributed to him, but avoided the details of what he did or did not say.
President Donald Trump voiced his disapproval of a bipartisan Senate proposal on immigration Wednesday, harming the chances that Congress can pass protections for young immigrants living in the United States illegally. He also added, "We should bring in more people from places like Norway".
Democrats have condemned Trump's remarks as "racist", a charge Sanders rejected as "outrageous".
Closing Comments: The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
In lieu of gifts or parties, Martin Luther King Jr . "You get a group of guys working together and I think sports is a unifier". Congressman Steve King of Iowa has said in the past and as recently as December that diversity is not our strength.
Stocks surge amid strong earnings reports — US
The tumble follows a sharp jump in Viacom Friday after a published report suggested that a merger might be a possibility. The S&P 500 averages a return of 2.1 percent a month after a shutdown and trades positive 80 percent of the time.
Liverpool chasing star duo as Coutinho replacements
But Wright states that all his critics will go away if he continues to perform the way he has in recent games . He also said the seven-goal game was an advertisement for the Premier League , and football in general.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 gets a Winter Olympics makeover
The device also has 6GB RAM and onboard storage options of 64GB/128GB/256GB which is expandable via microSD card up to 256GB. Malaysians can stand proud that three of its citizens have been included in the upcoming Pyeongchang 2018 Olympics.
I'd 'beat Oprah' in 2020 presidential match-up — Trump
Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr, has reacted and has called the idea of Oprah as president "strange", reported The Associated Press . Gayle King and Oprah Winfrey in New York on Oct. 25, 2016. "Look, I disagree very much with her policies", she replied.
Barcelona signing Coutinho: I now live in a safe country
There was a moment where we really had to accept that. "The club was fighting until the last second and tried everything". I don't think they need to panic , of course they'll miss him but they may well be able to limit how much they miss him.
Liverpool end Man City's unbeaten run with 4-3 thriller
It is an amazing club. "To be fair we didn't think about that". "You have no alternative if you want to beat City ", Klopp said. The defeat was City's first in a league match since April, and ended their hopes of emulating Arsenal's 2003-04 'Invincibles' .
Trump: I'd beat Oprah Winfrey if she ran
The programme, which ran from 1986 to 2011, remains the highest-rated daytime talk show in American television history. Clinton's obnoxious re-litigation of a strategically dumb campaign, may have helped blue America regain its senses.