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Trump claims US ‘business is hot again’ and blasts Dems

  • President Donald Trump tweeted that jobs were coming back to the US
  • He took an opportunity to lay into Democrats for ‘failing to fix DACA’
  • Trump then invoked the slogan used in his inaugural speech: ‘AMERICA FIRST!’
  • The Donald is said to have made remarks disparaging Haiti and African countries

President Donald Trump took to Twitter Saturday morning to throw heat off his back after the scandal regarding his reportedly disparaging comments about Haiti and other African countries.

The Donald wrote on Saturday: ‘Yesterday was a big day for the stock market. Jobs are coming back to America. Chrysler is coming back to the USA, from Mexico and many others will follow.

‘Tax cut money to employees is pouring into our economy with many more companies announcing. American business is hot again!’

President Donald Trump took to Twitter Saturday morning to throw heat off his back after the scandal regarding his reportedly disparaging comments about Haiti and other African countries when he reported that jobs were coming back to America

Trump also went after Democrats taking aim at a so-called immigration 'deal' announced by a group of senators the day before

Trump also went after Democrats taking aim at a so-called immigration ‘deal’ announced by a group of senators the day before

He sent out one final tweet, invoking the slogan he used during his inauguration speech as he wrote: 'AMERICA FIRST!'

He sent out one final tweet, invoking the slogan he used during his inauguration speech as he wrote: ‘AMERICA FIRST!’

Trump also went after Democrats taking aim at a so-called immigration ‘deal’ announced by a group of senators the day before.

‘The Democrats are all talk and no action. They are doing nothing to fix DACA. Great opportunity missed. Too bad!’ he tweeted.

He sent out one final tweet, invoking the slogan he used during his inauguration speech as he wrote: ‘AMERICA FIRST!’  

During a bipartisan Oval Office immigration meeting Thursday, Trump reportedly questioned why the US would accept more immigrants from Haiti and ‘s***hole countries’ in Africa.

Critics of the president, including some Republicans, spent Friday blasting the vulgar comments he made behind closed doors.  

During a bipartisan Oval Office immigration meeting Thursday, Trump (pictured, Friday)reportedly questioned why the US would accept more immigrants from Haiti and 's***hole countries' in Africa

During a bipartisan Oval Office immigration meeting Thursday, Trump (pictured, Friday)reportedly questioned why the US would accept more immigrants from Haiti and ‘s***hole countries’ in Africa

Trump’s words have prompted an uproar and were relayed by Democratic Senator Richard Durbin of Illinois – who was at the session – and three others familiar with the meeting.

Durbin said he was the only Democrat among 12 people at Thursday’s meeting, where he said Trump ‘repeatedly’ used the term ‘s***hole’ to describe African countries. 

Trump said he did not denigrate Haitians.



Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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