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Republican senators say they don't recall vulgar Trump comment

21 Enero 2018

Trump suggested the US should instead focus its immigrant entry policy on countries such as Norway.

The group has demanded a retraction and apology from Trump.

Vulgar comments attributed to US President Donald Trump have caused outrage across Africa.

"As someone from South Shithole, Trevor is deeply offended by the president's remarks", U.S. television programme The Daily Show wrote on Twitter, referring to its South Africa-born host Trevor Noah. "I'm saying that this is a gross misrepresentation", he said.

"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". Her parents immigrated to the States when they were only children.

Officials had said it would take a few days for test results to be completed.

The physical exam was conducted by Dr. Ronny Jackson, who has served for Presidents George W. Bush, Obama and Trump, at the Walter Reed National Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, according to Vox.

"I think somebody on his staff gave him really bad advice from 10:00 to 12:00 on Thursday", Graham said.

He reportedly used an expletive while talking about immigrants from certain countries.

A spokesman for Democratic Illinois Sen. Tom Cotton said in a statement that they "do not recall the President saying those comments specifically".

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Mr Trump appeared to ignore shouted questions from the media, with one reporter asking: "Mr President, are you a racist?"

Word leaked out after a meeting on immigration between Trump and members of Congress that he had strongly objected to the idea of accepting immigrants from Haiti and Africa.

"The discourse right now is pretty low". She said "others in the room were also using tough language".

The White House has not denied that Trump said "shithole" though Trump has already pushed back on some depictions of the meeting.

No matter how much some conservative supporters of Trump believe the United States should adopt an isolationist stance, walling off borders and refusing to deal with the rest of the world, it's not possible. He also denied he was a racist.

"And that's perhaps the single most damaging and dangerous consequence of this type of comment by a major political figure". "He runs the country as a business", she said. "Why did Chuck Schumer and all of his colleagues come and beg Donald Trump for money?"

The White House's statement did not deny that the president made those remarks.

Durbin is a Democrat, but several Republican Senators also took umbrage with the president's language.

Mr Trump insisted that he "never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country".

Republican senators say they don't recall vulgar Trump comment