US President Donald Trump has caused outrage worldwide after he reportedly made racially charged comments about Haiti, El Salvador and African countries. He was in meeting on immigration with lawmakers on Thursday when he asked why US allowed people from "sh*thole countries" into country. He was also reported as saying: "We need more people from Norway." Senator Dick Durbin, who attended meeting, described Trump's words as "hate filled, vile and racist". White House did not deny that Trump made remarks. spokesman said: "Certain Washington politicians choose to fight for foreign countries, but President Trump will always fight for American people."
There has been lot of condemnation of Mr Trump's alleged comments. Republican Senator Mia Love said: " President must apologize to… nations he so wantonly maligned." The United Nations has condemned reported description of African nations and Haiti as "shocking and shameful", and "racist". Haiti's ambassador to United States stated: "If [ statements] were made, President was either misinformed or mis-educated about Haiti and its people." President Trump denied making the comments in tweet. He wrote: "Never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is obviously very poor and troubled country….I have wonderful relationship with Haitians."