Sen. Durbin shot down Trump’s denial that he said the U.S. should stop accepting immigrants from Haiti and “s--thole countries” in Africa.
Following reports that Trump questioned why U.S. accepts people from "sh*thole countries," the president tweeted that "this was not the language used"
A key Democratic senator who was at the Oval Office meeting on immigration said President Donald Trump’s denial that he called Haiti and African nations “shithole countries” is “not true” and that Trump made the “vile and racist” comments.
The president's comments were the first since his shocking remarks about "sh*thole countries"
"Why are we having all these people from sh*thole countries come here?" the president reportedly said in an Oval Office meeting, confirmed by CBS News
Some countries truly are sh—holes — and that's why the citizens who live there want to come to America so badly.
President Trump appeared to deny that he had questioned why the U.S. would admit immigrants from “shithole countries” in Africa during a meeting on immigration. Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin, who was in the meeting, confirmed Friday that Mr.…
The President in one point denied using unspecified language.