The White House unequivocally pushed back on a report that President Donald Trump talked about workers in a pretentious and belittling design amid a June meeting with top organization authorities.
The refusal came in light of dangerous revealing from the New York Times, which composed that, as indicated by two anonymous authorities, Trump said amid a gathering in June that individuals originating from Haiti “all have AIDS,” that current Nigerian settlers could never “backpedal to their cabins” in Africa and that Afghanistan is a psychological oppressor shelter.
White House squeeze secretary Sarah Sanders issued an announcement impacting the paper and denying that Trump had made the remarks.
“General Kelly, General McMaster, Secretary Tillerson, Secretary Nielsen, and all other ranking staff very the gathering deny these absurd cases and it’s both tragic and telling the New York Times would print the lies of their unknown ‘sources’ in any case,” Sanders said.
The report said the Oval Office meeting amid the mid year included Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, at that point Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly and senior authorities, including White House counsel Stephen Miller, who the Times said had given Trump a rundown of what number of workers got visas to enter the United States in 2017.
The Times report said Kelly and Tillerson attempted to react by saying a large number of the visas were for here and now voyagers, yet that as Trump proceeded with, Kelly and Miller “turned their rage” against Tillerson, who tossed his arms up and countered that maybe he should quit issuing visas inside and out.
The Times said its report was the result of more than three dozen meetings. The unstable and deriding comments about migrants ascribed to the president were sourced to a couple of anonymous authorities, one who the Times said was available in the gathering, and another who was informed about the remarks by a moment participant. In any case, the Times says a few different members disclosed to them they “didn’t review” the President utilizing those words.