Donald Trump passes health test in flying colours

Donald Trump passes health test in flying colours

Near the end of past year, the White House denied that Trump said Haitians had aids and that Nigerians would never "go back to their huts" in Africa during another immigration briefing.

A civil rights icon who also served as Ambassador to the United Nations spoke to News 4 about disparaging comments President Donald Trump reportedly made about Haiti and African countries.

Jorel Francois holds a sign that reads, 'President trump is a Bigot!' as he joins with others to mark the 8th anniversary of the natural disaster in Haiti and to condemn President Donald Trump's reported statement about immigrants from Haiti, Africa and El Salvador on January 12, 2018 in Miami.

Former governor general Michaëlle Jean was among those Canadians who sharply criticized U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday for reportedly using vulgar language to describe Haiti and countries in Africa.

Sen. Dick Durbin (left) sits next to President Trump during a bipartisan meeting. Trump told senators in the Oval Office, according to a source briefed on the meeting, the comments from which were first reported by The Washington Post.

Trump then suggested that the United States should instead bring more people from countries such as Norway, whose prime minister he met with Wednesday.

"Never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country", Trump tweeted.

Cotton and Perdue released a joint statement saying "we do not recall the president saying these comments specifically".

"Shithole was the exact word used once not twice but repeatedly", Mr Durbin was quoted to have said.

The POTUS' mental competency has been making headlines since excerpts of the book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" have been published. "It's not just one statement, all of the canny sorts of things his supporters are going to say about how you might possibly interpret the things he said yesterday don't matter because it's at the point where weave an aggregation of insights from this man".

Choosing to leave out the word "s--hole", the paper said that the remarks immediately sparked "controversy and indignation".

"The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used", he wrote.

"I want a merit-based system of immigrant and people who will help take our country to the next level", Trump tweeted. "I cried", Farah Larrieux said. "Do we need more Haitians?"

Durbin noted that Graham confronted the president about his remarks.

Lemon put up the list of Trump's comments that tend toward racist language and asked the professor to analyze the word choice of Trump's. African-Americans believe they migrated to America in chains and when you talk about 'chain migration, ' it hurts them personally.

"It's quite clear that he sees black people as lesser", McWhorter said.