Haitian, religious communities reject President Trump's comments

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On Twitter, Trump said he did use tough language in the meeting, but seemed to deny using the expletive in question. "What was really tough was the outlandish proposal made - a big setback for DACA!".

Now, Lemon's controversial declaration did not come unwarranted; it came after the Washington Post reported Donald Trump called several countries, including Haiti and Nigeria, "sh****le" countries. The White House did not deny them.

Trump tweeted a convoluted denial early Friday but Democratic Senator Dick Durbin pushed back, saying the president repeatedly used the term "shithole" during a Thursday White House meeting on immigration reform.

House Speaker Paul Ryan said Mr Trump's vulgar slur about Africa was "very unfortunate, unhelpful" as he called immigration "a attractive story of America".

Haiti said it was shocked by Trump's reported remarks and summoned the top U.S. diplomat in the country for an explanation. Trump reportedly said. "Take them out".

President Trump's alleged comment on acceptance of immigrants from Haiti and "s***hole countries" in Africa is receiving backlash from members of Connecticut's Haitian and religious communities.

Mr Trump continued: "I have a wonderful relationship with Haitians".

Tucker Carlson said President Trump's controversial comment about the US accepting immigrants from "s***hole countries" is forcing a conversation that elected leaders don't want to have.

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The New York Daily News cover for Friday focused on the story that's making all the headlines today, using a captivating image that gives a ideal summation of how many feel about President Donald Trump. Trump said, suggesting that more immigrants be brought into the country from places like Norway or Asia. "Probably should record future meetings - unfortunately, no trust!"

However, Democratic Whip and IL senator, Dick Durbin, was in the room during the meeting and confirmed the report.

U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger, a Republican from Charlotte, went on WBT Friday morning to defend Trump's remarks and did so with incredibly twisted logic.

A spokesman for the United Nations said Friday that Trump's reported words were racist.

"We all came to this country, we all made it great", said Pascale Millien-Faustin, of the Haitian Women Association of CT.

"In the course of his comments", Durbin said, Trump "said things which were hate-filled, vile, and racist". You can not dismiss entire countries and continents as "shitholes", whose entire populations, who are not white, are therefore not welcome.

Durbin said Trump and his supporters in the room also "scoffed" when he said that ending chain migration would break up families.