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"We have sent a formal letter of protest to the United States government, also highlighting the value of Salvadorans and recalling that there were compatriots who worked on the reconstruction of the Pentagon after the unfortunate terrorist attacks of 2001", El Salvador's President Salvador Sanchez Ceren said on Friday.

In remarks to CNN on Friday, U.S. Sen. On Friday he denied using that language. Wednesday's Cabinet meeting was "the episode in which Trump shows his leadership but this time doesn't contradict his own policy". "That's not how a president behaves".

The African Union (AU) issued a statement on Friday evening calling Trump's reported remarks outrageous and hurtful.

Republican Senator Tom Cotton and Republican Representative Bob Goodlatte were both there, as was White House aide Stephen Miller, a proponent of severely limiting immigration.

As in, agreeable to anything: He actually said at one point that he would sign whatever immigration bill the assembled legislators managed to pass.

Democrats want protections for Dreamers included in a measure on government spending, which must pass by a Jan. 19 deadline to avoid a government shutdown.

Espaillat immigrated to the United States from the Dominican Republic, located next to Haiti on the island of Hispaniola.

Problems these experts say they have observed include rambling speech; episodes of slurred speech; failure to recognize old friends; frequent repetition of the same concepts; decreased fine motor coordination; difficulties reading, listening and comprehending; suspect judgment, planning, problem solving and impulse control; and markedly declining vocabulary in recent years, with overreliance on superlatives, according to the letter.

The document stressed that Cuba joins the strong rejection that these statements have arouse around the world, and expresses its most heartfelt solidarity with all the offended countries. "Why are we having all these people from sh*thole countries come here?" he reportedly asked.

"He said, 'Haitians, do we need more Haitians?'" Durbin said.

The African Union responded to President Donald Trump's description of African nations as "shithole countries." .

Graham spoke up, confronting Trump's harsh language, which Durbin said "took extraordinary political courage".

"We had a meeting", Graham said from Capitol Hill, "and I will tell you that I'm hopeful". Spokesman Raj Shah said in a statement: "Certain Washington politicians choose to fight for foreign countries, but President Trump will always fight for the American people".

The issue of the President's mental capacity has received significant attention in recent weeks as Michael Wolff's best-seller, "Fire and Fury", has raised concerns about the commander in chief. "He said, 'Oh, that's a good line'". It's no wonder Fox News hosts have defended the comment. "I've never seen a statement like this by African countries directed at the United States". During the signing, the president praised the civil rights leader's "faith and love for humanity" while telling Americans "no matter what the color of our skin or the place of our birth, we are all created equal by God". He ignored reporters who shouted questions about his remarks.

Special status given to about 59,000 Haitian immigrants, that has protected them from deportation following the 2010 earthquake, will end next year following a Trump administration ruling last month.