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Bernice King Says Trump's Racist Comments Are 'Troubling To Our Humanity'

Bernice King Says Trump's Racist Comments Are 'Troubling To Our Humanity' Bernice King Says Trump's Racist Comments Are 'Troubling To Our Humanity'
Frascuelo Febo | Enero 14, 2018, 12:10

So was Senate Democratic Whip Dick Durbin of Illinois, who told reporters separately on Friday morning that Graham stood up to the president after he reportedly made derogatory comments about Haiti, El Salvador and African countries, and wondered aloud why the United States couldn't attract more immigrants from predominantly-white Norway.

Southwest Floridians weighed in, Friday, on a vulgar slur President Donald Trump allegedly used to describe Haiti, El Salvador and African countries during a White House meeting on immigration.

A former American president, Bill Clinton, on Friday said Haitians and African are not from "Shitholes" as allegedly described by President Donald Trump. The White House did not deny his remark but issued a statement saying Trump supports immigration policies that welcome "those who can contribute to our society".

Of course, "The Trump Show" being "The Trump Show", that effectively happened last week, with Stephen K. Bannon's defenestration not merely from the White House and President Trump's orbit, but also apparently from the series as a whole. In December, Yale psychiatry professor Dr. Bandy X. Lee briefed members of Congress on concerns about Trump's mental fitness to be president, despite advice from the American Psychiatric Association not to suggest a diagnosis of any mental health issue if the person has not personally examined the individual in question.

Journalist Yamiche Alcindor spoke directly with Haiti's ambassador to the U.S., Paul Altidor.

Ambassadors unanimously agreed the resolution after an emergency session to weigh Trump's remarks.

Mr Trump was reportedly open to deal but changed his position by the time of the meeting.

Ultimately, Graham has plenty at stake in how he handles the controversy in the days ahead.

Reacting to the remarks made by Trump, Rupert Colville, spokesman of the UN human rights office, said: "You cannot dismiss entire countries and continents as shitholes ..."

Some countries, such as Botswana, demanding the president apologize for his remark. "I called him a racist and pathological liar then".

The doctor who oversaw 71-year-old President Trump's first formal physical Friday said the commander-in-chief is in "excellent health".

The Republican from Florida issued a statement. "Post-racial" got too close for comfort.

It is, however, part of the African Union, which Morocco left in 1984 over the body's recognition of the disputed territory's independence, before rejoining it last year. The results have most often been a general recounting of the president's height, weight, cholesterol levels and the like.

Metellus, the community activist, believes that pain and anger will be felt at the ballot box.

It's a crushing blow to people who thought there might be a place for them in the world to escape poverty and oppression.

Except that this is 2018, and the guy making like your drunk uncle in high dudgeon is the leader of the free world.

"This is no different from what Hollywood and Western media have been saying about Africa for decades". But a couple of hours later, the president tweeted again to say, basically, never mind. The new spots will accept patients who need care that's less intensive than that offered in a hospital.

Nearly 700,000 Dreamers are at risk of losing deportation relief and work permits ― or already have ― because Trump ended the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA.