Trump rages over immigrants coming from 'sh*thole' countries, Twitter reacts

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People in the room told reporters that the president asked, "Why do we want all these people from s***thole countries coming here?"

One person with direct knowledge of that meeting said Durbin and Graham hadn't expected the three GOP lawmakers to be there.

Trump said Tuesday that he would sign whatever bill Congress sent to his desk.

"He will always reject temporary, weak, and unsafe stopgap measures that threaten the lives of hardworking Americans, and undercut immigrants who seek a better life in the United States through a legal pathway", the statement concluded. In 1989, he called for the five African American and Latino teenagers - the Central Park Five - to be executed for a crime they did not commit.

The program was continuously extended by Presidents Bush and Barack Obama until the Trump administration announced this week that it would give Salvadorans 18 months to figure out what to do.

White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah was quick with an explanation, which notably didn't contain a denial.

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Love isn't the only Republican from Utah responding to Trump's reported comments.

The bipartisan senators offered to end the visa lottery program in exchange for continuing that temporary protected status, one person said.

Trump's swift rejection shows how hard it will be for Congress to develop a legislative solution to protect some 700,000 young immigrants when Trump ends the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in March. The White House did not deny the account of Trump's use of language, but instead suggested the president was "fighting for permanent solutions" that strengthen the nation, in part through the use of a merit-based immigration system.

Trump made the remark as two lawmakers described details to him of a bipartisan compromise among six senators that would extend protections against deportation for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants and strengthen border protections.

That Republican said there were several hang-ups in the meeting, including whether thousands of immigrants into the US from countries that have suffered disasters, including El Salvador, Guatemala and Haiti should continue to receive temporary protected status. And after his move to ban travel from certain majority-Muslim countries, it won't escape anyone that he's now playing up the idea that we need more immigrants from places like Norway (which is overwhelmingly white) rather than Haiti and Africa (which are overwhelmingly black).

White House officials have so far made no public comments on the latest development. But she added, "We feel like we're close". Tom Cotton of Arkansas and David Perdue of Georgia. Bob Goodlatte (R., Va.) and Sen. That's why Trump's "s-holes" objection is big news rather than the fact there are so-called political leaders who can't agree to reorient our immigration policy toward taking people who can successfully assimilate here.

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