President Trump Has a Strong Position on the US Immigration Crisis

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President Donald Trump Joshua Roberts Reuters

Durbin, the No. 2 Democrat in the Senate, called the White House to tell Trump that a bipartisan group of senators had struck a deal to put Dreamers on a path to citizenship, beef up border security and take other steps to change immigration laws.

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In the current case of Haiti and certain African countries, where U.S. immigration policy is taking its cue from Trumps ignorant and racist opinions, Trinidad and Tobago and the rest of the Caribbean have an acute responsibility to denounce Trumps vile language and well-documented attitudes.

NAKASEC joined other groups in calling for the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act to be attached to the federal budget vote, in lieu of a massive reform bill that would include cuts to other aspects of the US immigration system.

His comments which also suggested the U.S. should instead focus its immigrant entry policy on countries such as Norway has been criticised by global organisations including the United Nations and African Union, politicians and other Africans and Caribbeans.

"You can not dismiss entire countries and continents as "shitholes" whose entire populations, who are not white, are therefore not welcome", he added. We're better than this, ' Biden tweeted Friday morning.

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"This is not just a story about vulgar language", he said. "I would not talk about nations like this, because I believe the people of those countries are made in the image of God and have worth and human dignity".

South African comedian Trevor Noah, star of "The Daily Show", described himself as an offended citizen of "South S***hole" and also criticised Trump's preferred choice of Norway for immigrants.

"Trump is absolutely right", said Mamady Traore, a 30-year-old sociologist in Guinea. "When you have rebel factions that kill children, disembowel women as saints, who mutilate innocent civilians". "Folks, the United States would not be almost as successful today had we not embraced the ingenuity, passion, and tenacity of immigrants searching for a better life for themselves and their families. Is America great again yet?"

Echoed Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine: "These comments are highly inappropriate and out of bounds and could hurt efforts for a bipartisan immigration agreement". A list maintained by the Washington-based American Foreign Service Association says eight such posts are vacant.

The White House and Mr Trump have repeatedly brushed aside those implications. "Every penny of the $7 billion going to Africa as per Obama will be stolen - corruption is rampant!" he tweeted in 2013.

He tweeted a convoluted denial Friday in an attempt to quell outrage both at home and overseas. It had sought clarification from the USA envoy as to whether Botswana was on the list of African nations Trump would include in his slur, which the White House did not deny he made, "given that there are Botswana nationals residing in the U.S.".

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According to the 2015 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) results, the United States ranks 38th out of 71 countries in math, and 24th out of 71 countries in science.

"The Bostwana Government has also enquired from the US Government through the Ambassador, to clarify if Botswana is regarded as a "shithole" country", the statement said.

Prominent Kenyan commentator Patrick Gathara told AFP that Trump's words were nothing new. "The sooner he is made aware that America needs the world and the world needs America the better it is for all of us", Ras Mubarak said.

The US itself has its own problems such as unemployment among millions of people, inequality and non-access to healthcare for many poor people, Duarte said.

His press office characterized his statement as being about "DACA" rather than about Trump, indicating Graham's desire not to fan the flames more than necessary.

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