Trump uses vulgarity in describing Haiti, African nations

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The Latest: Trump denies "derogatory" remarks on Haitians

President Trump slammed "sh-thole countries" during an Oval Office debate on immigration on Thursday afternoon, the Washington Post reported.

Notably, Trump has been calling for merit-based immigration, of which people from countries like India could be a major beneficiary.

When finding out that the program would affect people from Haiti, Trump said: "Why do we want people from Haiti here?"

According to the New York Times, Trump grumbled during a meeting on immigration previous year that people from Haiti "all have AIDS". Trump met Wednesday with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg.

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President Donald Trump expressed frustration behind closed doors with people coming to the United States from "s***hole countries", The Washington Post reported on Thursday. The White House slammed the USA president for his remarks but issued a statement saying Trump supports immigration policies that welcome "those who can contribute to our society".

Trump made the remark in a meeting as he was being briefed by Sen.

The White House has not denied US President Donald Trump labelled some countries "shitholes" during a meeting on immigration protections.

Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Tom Cotton (R-AR), and Representative Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) were some of the people attending the meeting and reportedly were taken aback by Trump's remark.

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Trump has been seeking to end temporary protection status of people from certain countries.

He has pledged to cut legal immigration by half while he infamously promised a "Great Wall" along the Mexican border.

The White House has fired back defending his comments.

Earlier in the day, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said senators and the White House had not yet reached a deal, although a slightly different group of senators later said they had reached an "agreement in principle."

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Some lawmakers believe the president's most recent comments may have made a deal on immigration almost impossible but the White House remains optimistic. "It's a bipartisan proposal which we've worked on for four months in the Senate, and I don't know what happens next".

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