Pastor stands by Trump after vulgarity

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He did admit the language he used during a bipartisan Oval Office meeting to discuss the immigration policy known as DACA "was tough".

In addition, the president has denied the specific remarks, but added that he did use "tough" language.

The government said Trump should apologize if he made such comments, and summoned the top U.S. diplomat in the country for an explanation. April Ryan, Urban Radio Networks reporter and CNN contributor, said. "I represent Florida, and we are an awesome melting pot where over 250 languages are spoken", Scott said in a statement.

"As individual Christians, we have a biblical responsibility to place the needs of others above our own, but as Commander-in-Chief, President Trump has the constitutional responsibility to place the interest of our nation above the needs of other countries".

Durbin's reaction to the tweets of denial, "You've seen the comments in the press".

After the president spoke, Carson and Farris took turns at the podium and Trump signed the proclamation. "Get smart, MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!"

President Donald Trump's latest outburst about immigrants from "sh*thole" African countries is far from his first time making racist statements. "I think back at presidents throughout history and I can not imagine a moment where a president sunk to that depth, that's what breaks my heart".

Durbin described his shock when hearing Trump's words.

Trump on Thursday rejected a pitch from a bipartisan team of senators on a compromise immigration deal to protect DACA participants while increasing border security. Jeffress says Trump has courage and deserved gratitude for his leadership.

The President's comments were widely condemned as racist and arrogant.

"Good Americans" should start "a Twitter war" with President Donald Trump over his comment that the US shouldn't admit people from Haiti and other "shithole countries", former Senate Democratic Leader Arthenia Joyner said Friday.

Trump used the words "shithole countries" to describe Haiti, El Salvador and African countries in response to lawmakers suggested they restore protections for immigrants from there, the Washington Post reported Thursday.

When a question was raised about Haitians, for example.

Whoopi Goldberg said she could have possibly overlooked his remarks if he hadn't also said the United States needs more people from Norway. "I use those words advisedly".

Hillary Clinton condemned President Donald Trump's reported comment Thursday about "shithole countries" in a tweet Friday marking the anniversary of the quake in Haiti. Trump also asked, according to the Post, "Why do we need more Haitians?".

Last month, it was reported that Trump attacked Haitians by saying they "all have AIDS".

He specifically denied singling out Haitians and rejected reports that he told the group of lawmakers the US should "take them out". "These are American values and this White House has strayed from them". In a tweet, he commented: "Bad deal". The White House has not denied the language, nor have the several Republican lawmakers in the meeting.

"When it came to the issue of 'chain migration, ' I said to the president, 'Do you realize how painful that term is to so many people?'" Durbin recalled.

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