Washington - Not Donald Trump if no controversial word comes out of his mouth. This time, the US President called, Haiti and African countries came from the 'rectal hole' in a meeting with members of the US congress.
"Why do we allow people from the rectal countries to come here?" the president said according to the Washington Post quoting two high-profile officials present at the closed-door meeting.
Quoted from the New York Post, on Friday (12/1/2017), the politicians in a bipartisan meeting at the US Congress in attendance was stunned by Donald Trump's statement.
Donald Trump rejects US plans to restore the protection of immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries. Instead, he supports the United States should bring more people from countries like Norway, the Washington Post reported.
The White House did not deny that Trump made the statement, in response, instead issuing a statement saying that, "President Trump is fighting for a permanent solution that makes our country stronger by welcoming those who can contribute to our society, grow our economy and assimilate into our great nation. "
This is not the first time Donald Trump has insulted Haiti. Last year, after announcing aid to the country, at a meeting in the Oval Office, Trump called the Haitians "all with AIDS".
Not only that, Donald Trump also once said, Nigerian immigrants will never "return to their hut" if allowed into the US. However, the White House vehemently denied the report.
Donald Trump: Young Immigrants Will Not Be Deported, but ...
The Department of Homeland Security on Monday announced it would end the protection of more than 200,000 El Salvador people.
Meanwhile, on Thursday, the White House rejected bipartisan immigration proposals, including those protected in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA program.
Donald Trump told the congressman that he would sign a bill to protect hundreds of thousands of teenage immigrants from deportation.
Donald Trump said the comprehensive immigration reform could be signed in the future.
He continues to underline the improvement of security systems along the border of the US and Mexico. For him, the 3200-kilometer barrier still needed to be built and Donald Trump did not back down from the previous demands, that the construction of the wall be funded.
"If you do not have walls, you have no security," Trump told lawmakers, quoted by the Straits Times on Wednesday.
"You all have to find a solution and if you have found it, I want to sign the solution," he added.
Donald Trump said lawmakers should protect about 800,000 young immigrants from deportation, since they were basically taken by parents to the United States illegally as a child.
Most of these illegal immigrants come from Mexico and the countries of Central America.
In March last year, Donald Trump ended the DACA program fought in the era of Barack Obama's administration.
DACA protects young immigrants from being deported, but Congress is only given until March 5, 2017 to consider this issue.