Trump denies saying Haitians 'all have AIDS', Nigerians live in 'huts'

Haiti sent 15,000 people.

According to the report, "friends were calling to say he looked like a fool, Mr. Trump said", as "so many foreigners had flooded into the country since January".

The refusal came in light of unsafe revealing from the New York Times, which composed that, as indicated by two anonymous authorities, Trump said amid a gathering in June that individuals originating from Haiti "all have AIDS", that current Nigerian settlers could never "backpedal to their cabins" in Africa and that Afghanistan is a psychological oppressor shelter.

In addition to Miller, the meeting reportedly included John Kelly, then-Secretary of Homeland Security and now Chief of Staff, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

After that, The Times reports, Kelly, Tillerson, and senior policy adviser Stephen Miller got into an argument.

Two sources told the Times that in June, during a meeting covering immigration, Trump said that Haitian immigrants "all have AIDS".


White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders unsurprisingly denied The New York Times report, saying Trump never uttered those racist phrases, but she did not challenge that the meeting took place.

US President Donald Trump has reportedly claimed Haitians "all have AIDS" and Nigerians live in "huts". In a shocking story Saturday, The New York Times cited two sources who described in explicit terms how Trump has raged against his advisers for not doing more to translate his nativist politics into policy.

The Times said its report came from more than three dozen interviews, but at the same time, noted that several other people at the meeting told them they did not recall Trump using the words.

"General Kelly, General McMaster, Secretary Tillerson, Secretary Nielsen, and all other ranking staff very the gathering deny these absurd cases and it's both tragic and telling the New York Times would print the lies of their unknown "sources" in any case", Sanders said.

But while Mr. Trump has been repeatedly frustrated by the limits of his power, his efforts to remake decades of immigration policy have gained increasing momentum as the White House became more disciplined and adept at either ignoring or undercutting the entrenched opposition of many parts of the government.


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