"To (our) partners in the global community, I want to take advantage of this day to tell you all that under my leadership the country wants to take its destiny in its own hands, as I said in parliament", he added.
The counsel general of Haiti in Miami told Local 10 News on Friday that he is shocked and outraged about President Donald Trump's alleged controversial remark about Haiti. "The Dems will threaten "shutdown", but what they are really doing is shutting down our military, at a time we need it most".
"And if they say we don't have that, say, 'Well, look again, '" she added.
"We have been working for four months and have reached an agreement in principle" that addresses the main policies Trump sought, they said.
President Donald Trump did not respond to questions about his use of a vulgarity or his question about why the US should accept more immigrants from Haiti and African nations than from countries like Norway. "I've always believed that America is an idea, not definied by its people but by its ideals". "But I don't think he is a racist in the traditional sense". When he spoke to reporters on Air Force One earlier this week, White House spokesman Hogan Gidley said it wouldn't be included in the physical, The Hill reported.
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Mr Durbin said: "The President started tweeting this morning, denying that he used those words".
Haiti's ambassador in Washington has also asked for an apology, as Trump reportedly specifically questioned the protections granted to Haitian immigrants after the natural disaster. He called a proposal made at the immigration meeting "a big setback for DACA".
City & State reached out to every member of the New York Republican congressional delegation, Republican gubernatorial candidate and Assemblyman Brian Kolb, and Republican state senators who represent Long Island, which has large Haitian and Salvadoran populations, to get their reactions. I don't comment on his tweets or anybody's tweets when I'm asked nearly hourly on Capitol Hill because it's a distraction, and it really is a distraction.
He was also said to have added the suggestion that the United States should admit people from Norway instead.
He has since denied using the reported language.
President Donald Trump's dismissal of Haiti and certain African countries with a vulgar expression has created a furor.