DENVER (AP) — President Donald Trump's use of a vulgar term to describe African countries has left the small cluster of immigration hard-line groups in the U.S. scrambling to distance themselves from him.
The movement to limit the number of migrants to the U.S. has long faced criticism that it's a thinly veiled attempt to make the country whiter. Immigration foes insist that's not the case.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders took a jab at President Donald Trump's recent vulgar language during a weekend event honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King. The independent senator said that, "unlike … Click to Continue »
For years, a movement to limit the number of migrants into the U.S. and end a system that favors family members of legal residents has had to fend off criticism … Click to Continue »
This weekend, the media was imploding over the unconfirmed “sthole countries” comment that President Trump was accused of making by two far left Democrats who took part in an immigration meeting with the President. Sen. Dick Durbin ...
David Leonhardt and Ian Prasad Philbrick: “The media often falls back on euphemisms when describing Trump’s comments about race: racially loaded, racially charged, racially tinged, racially sensitive. And Trump himself has claimed t...