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"Never said "take them out".

"My Oxfam colleagues and I have spent many years working and living in numerous places to which the President was referring- Haiti, Ethiopia, South Sudan and post-genocide Rwanda, just to name a few", said Maxman. "8 years after a devastating quake struck Haiti, we stand in solidarity with Haiti, and celebrate its enormous contributions to Boston".

After an emergency session to weigh Trump's remarks, the group said it was "concerned at the continuing and growing trend from the U.S. administration toward Africa and people of African descent to denigrate the continent and people of colour".

How the President responds may yet determine if a deal is salvageable. It's not how a president should behave. And for all of you who over the last few years who have uttered that exhausted, lazy, uninformed, uneducated, ignorant, response of calling me and others who point out racist behavior "racist"? "We, along with the President, are committed to solving an issue many in Congress have failed to deliver on for decades". The world is witnessing a new low today with this #S-tholeNations remark! totally unacceptable! uncalled for moreover it shows a lack a respect and IGNORANCE never seen before in the recent history of the USA by any President!

In a Twitter message Friday, the former president accused Mr Trump of pursuing a policy of making America "White Again" instead of "Great Again".

In an interview conducted after the election, Dr. Bornstein displayed complete nonchalance about the possibility of Trump - the oldest president ever elected to the office of President - suffering a health failure.

Trump's response Friday morning was particularly notable after White House spokesperson Raj Shah did not deny the "s***hole" remark on Thursday evening.

"Why are we having all these people from s***hole countries come here?" he asked, according to multiple sources present at the White House meeting.

But several others have called the remarks, even if not in the vulgar language reported, part of a pattern. Sen. He was fuming about the latest bipartisan deal on immigration.

But Durbin, the Senate' s No. 2 Democrat, said the comments about Haiti were made directly at him. I mean, that's a storybook, man'. She said the fight over immigration reform is turning ugly and seems to counter everything she learned about America in school.

Among those condemning the comments were Hatian-American Republican Rep. Mia Love of Utah, who called the reported comments "unkind, divisive [and] elitist" and demanded that Trump apologize to Americans and nations he so 'wantonly maligned'.

Still Friday, state Sen. The President should not denigrate other countries'.

We expect President Trump to speak strongly and passionately on the Key issue of immigration, and the Democrats to try to derail his momentum to a resolution of the issue.