A group of Haitian-American diplomats working for the State Department have written an open letter expressing their frustration with comments by President Donald Trump.
By PBS NewsHour
President Trump is at the center of a storm of condemnation and charges of racism over his reported words about immigrants from Haiti and Africa during a meeting at the White House yesterday. Lisa Desjardins talks with Judy Woodruff about…
By PBS NewsHour
Haitian Ambassador Paul Altidor says he is surprised and disappointed to hear reports that the U.S. president targeted his country with vulgar language in a policy discussion about immigration with members of Congress. Altidor sits down with Judy Woodruff to…
By Larisa Epatko
Editor’s Note: This post contains explicit language. President Donald Trump’s use of the words “shithole countries” when referencing Haiti, El Salvador and African nations came at a meeting about immigration policy with lawmakers on Thursday.
By Associated Press
The Haitian government says in a statement that "these insulting and reprehensible statements in no way reflect the virtues of wisdom, restraint and discernment that must be cultivated by any high political authority."…
By Cara Anna, Associated Press
Africans were shocked on Friday to find President Donald Trump had finally taken an interest in their continent. But it wasn't what people had hoped for.
By Alan Fram and Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press
The president's contemptuous description of an entire continent startled lawmakers in the meeting and immediately revived charges that the president is racist.
By Zeke Miller and Elliot Spagat, Associated Press
The Trump administration faces a Monday deadline on whether to extend protections that would allow nearly 200,000 Salvadorans to stay in the U.S. legally.
By Luis Alonso Lugo, Associated Press
The Trump administration said Monday it is ending a temporary residency permit program that has allowed almost 60,000 citizens from Haiti to live and work in the United States since a 2010 powerful earthquake shook the Caribbean nation.
Canada is scrambling to prepare temporary housing -- including putting beds inside Montreal's Olympic Stadium -- for an influx of people entering from the United States.
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