On the day in question, Trump stormed into the Oval Office clutching ‘sheets of papers’ which revealed how many immigrants had been allowed into the US since he took office.
Perhaps Donald Trump should have visited Nigeria before making this insulting comment that Nigerians live in huts.
The US President has been quoted as saying Nigerians refuse to go back to their huts after visiting America as he considered countries to blacklist from entering America.
However, the old man is denying he ever made such comments degrading Nigerians.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House Press Secretary denied the story which was carried by New York Times.
Sanders gave the rebuttal on Saturday in a most vehement manner, saying: “General Kelly, General McMaster, Secretary Tillerson, Secretary Nielsen and all other senior staff actually in the meeting deny these outrageous claims.
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“It’s both sad and telling The New York Times would print the lies of their anonymous “sources” anyway,” she said.
The Times cited six officials who were either there or who were briefed on the meeting in its report.
The report was published on Saturday and cited anonymous sources who told The Times reporters’ they were either there or had been told about the remarks by others who were there.
They said that on the day in question, Trump stormed into the Oval Office clutching ‘sheets of papers’ which revealed how many immigrants had been allowed into the US since he took office.
He was angry that so many migrants had entered the US, they said, and made derogatory remarks about the nations on the list.