White House Doubles Down After Trump Says Illegal Immigrants "Aren't People"

Lucy Bush
May 18, 2018

Trump was joined at the Wednesday White House meeting by mayors, sheriffs and other local leaders from California who oppose the state's immigration policies and who applauded his administration's hard-line efforts.

The Associated Press deleted its Twitter post from Wednesday night before posting another Thursday morning explaining it "wasn't made clear that [Trump] was speaking after a comment about gang members".

At a roundtable meeting on Wednesday about USA immigration policies, including California's so-called "sanctuary law", President Trump referred to "bad people" being deported from the United States as "animals," sparking intense backlash from the everything-Trump-says-and-does-is-racist media.

Mexico's foreign ministry sent a formal diplomatic letter to the US State Department complaining that Trump's remarks were "absolutely unacceptable". These aren't people. These are animals. "MS-13 has done heinous acts", she said.

OnePlus 6 Arrives May 22, Will Start at $529
The device will be made available in three variants: 6GB RAM+64GB ROM, 8GB RAM+128GB ROM, and the top-end 8GB RAM+256GB ROM. The video is recorded through the 16 MP main camera on the back, which has a sensor 19% larger than the one in the 5T.

Trump's "animals" comment came in response to Fresno County Sherrif Margaret Mims complaints over California's sanctuary city laws and how they prevented her from reporting MS-13 gang members to Immigration and Customers (ICE). "Frankly, I don't think the term that the president used was strong enough. Frankly, I think that the term "animal" doesn't go far enough", Sanders said.

Asked about the remarks, Mr. Trump said on Thursday they had been taken out of context.

They were criticising legislation Govenor Jerry Brown signed into law past year that bars police from asking people about their immigration status or helping federal agents with immigration enforcement.

In its story, headlined "Trump Calls Some Unauthorized Immigrants "Animals" in Rant," The Times said that Trump had "lashed out at undocumented immigrants" and warned "in front of news cameras that unsafe people are clamoring to breach the country's borders and branding such people 'animals.'" It wasn't until the third and fourth paragraph of the story that The Times added context to Trump's remarks.

Uber to bring transparency and allow users to pursue sexual assault claims
In order to "do better" (or at least give that impression), Uber is now changing policies it should never have had in the first place.

The news media knows this, of course, but it would rather spend its time and resources trying to destroy the president than report what's happening in the world or discuss real issues-like, you know, out-of-control gangs that rape and murder people. Flying in a dozen Republican politicians to flatter him and praise his reckless policies changes nothing.

But no law "the Democrats gave us" mandates the separation of children from their parents at the border.

The hatred for Donald Trump in some corners of the left has now surpassed its hatred of even vile, disgusting, and, dare I say, animalistic cartels and murderers.

Kristen Stewart walks barefoot at Cannes to protest flat-shoe ban
Stewart passed the first bank of photographers without protest, posing for the press in her thigh-skimming metallic mini-dress. We also take this opportunity to thank all our friends, her fans who have been sending us congratulatory messages.

Other reports by Info About Network

Discuss This Article

FOLLOW OUR NEWSPAPER