White House Denies Report That Trump Made Offensive Remarks About Immigrants

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NYT: Trump Said in June Haitians 'All Have AIDS,' Nigerians Live in 'Huts'

The Times reported the president made the comments after adviser Stephen Miller gave him a list numbering the immigrants from certain countries who had received visas during the Trump presidency, despite the Republican running on a hard-line anti-immigration platform.

Mr Trump was said to have made the comments during the meeting with senior staff in June, at which he is said to have complained too many were receiving visas.

Forty thousand of such were Nigerians.

The report was leaked by someone who was at the meeting and confirmed by others who were briefed on the meeting.

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"Regarding the 40,000 Nigerians with visas, Trump said these people would never "go back to their huts" in Africa after experiencing the wealth of the U.S", according to the same people connected to the meeting.

He also had unkind words for Haitians who had sent 15,000 people.

The White House unequivocally pushed back on a report that President Donald Trump talked about workers in a pretentious and belittling design amid a June meeting with top organization authorities.

Several other participants in the meeting told the Times they did not recall the president using those words.

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Not much, going by a special report yesterday by the authoritative New York Times on the style of the American leader.

Although some administration officials acknowledged that the meeting took place, they denied that the president used "AIDS" and "huts" at the meeting.

Other top administration officials who attended the June meeting, such as then-Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, attempted to explain to Trump that numerous visa holders were merely traveling to the USA for short visits before returning to their home countries.

The White House swiftly responded to the publication yesterday, saying Trump had not used such language although it did not dispute the thrust of the conversation in question.

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"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.

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