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Trump uses vulgar language to dismiss Africans, Haitians, Salvadorans

Trump uses vulgar language to dismiss Africans, Haitians, Salvadorans

In a highly uncharacteristic move, US President Donald J. Trump used vulgar language to dismiss the residents of foreign nations and discourage individuals from them from immigrating into the US.

Earlier today, two sources confirmed to The Washington Post that, in a meeting discussing immigration policy, the President of the United States of America said of Haiti, El Salvador and African nations, “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” He later added that he would prefer immigrants from countries like Norway; in what is likely not a coincidence, he had met with the Prime Minister of Norway earlier today.

Following the announced decision to end temporary protected status for Salvadorans and, with many lawmakers working hard to salvage DACA, this seemingly flippant, insignificant remark is important as evidence that Trump’s attitude towards immigrants has hardly softened.

For more information on US immigration law, pick up the second edition of Immigration For Everyone, now revised for the Trump era; available in softcover and ebook editions. The author of the book, Attorney Gehi, is available for consultation.

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