Who Said What in the Oval Office — Mixed Messages

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According to a statement signed by the ministry's Spokesperson, Dr. Tope Ade Elias-Fatile, the U.S Deputy Chief of Mission said his country continue to hold Nigeria in very high regards.

For African-Americans in particular, this latest insult from Trump felt like whiplash.

Nielsen's new security-not-amnesty comment matches Trump's emphasis on merit immigration and also emphasizes Trump's political distance from the Democrats' insistence on "diversity" immigration, or the immigration of Democratic-leaning unskilled migrants from Africa, South Asia, and South America.

It was unclear now how a deal might emerge, though both sides insist the clock is ticking.

"They don't want security at the border", Trump said. I think that's the compromise.

There is internal debate in the West Wing over whether Trump said "s-thole" or "s-thouse".

After reportedly calling some nations 'shitholes', it was while honouring the memory of black civil rights leader Martin Luther King that Donald Trump faced and ignored a question being asked the world over.

Questioned by a reporter in Florida following reports that he had said Haiti and Africa were "shithole countries", President Trump said: "No. I'm not a racist".

"We wish to call on Ghanaians to remain calm as we deal with this matter at the level it requires". "What was really tough was the outlandish proposal made - a big setback for DACA!"

NIELSEN: The system is worse.

To err is human, and to forgive is divine. About 700,000 people are covered by DACA. "That's what America is all about'".

Ivana Trump, who has three children with the President - Ivanka, Donald Jr. and Eric - said his use of Twitter was "actually not bad" as the media "change everything you say". Day were restrained, amid persistent accusations of racism. They are all talk and no action.

On "Face The Nation", host John Dickerson asked Manchin why he thought the "hype" surrounding the bipartisan immigration bill was so "unbelievable".

Durbin, who has been one of the lead senators in the efforts to protect Dreamers, stood by his account of the meeting. They said Trump expressed a preference for immigrants from countries like Norway, which is overwhelmingly white. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., says he believes the president is a racist.

County officials estimate that there are around 10,000 Haitians living in Rockland with almost a quarter of them part of the TPS program.

"Honestly, I don't think the Democrats want to make a deal, I think they talk about DACA but they don't want to help the DACA people", he said. "Never said 'take them out.' Made up by Dems". I have honest disagreements with the president. Senator Durbin has it. Senator Perdue does not. He said Trump used the most vulgar term "more than once".

There is a long history of the White House picking and choosing what to reveal about the commander in chief's health, said Barbara Perry, director of presidential studies at the University of Virginia's Miller Center. "They have a couple of meetings scheduled, a couple of additional meetings scheduled, and we'll see what happens".

"Out", Trump said when pressed on a follow-up. Lindsey Graham were mistaken in indicating that was the case.

He and Republican Sen.

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