US Trump says some migrants are 'animals'

02:10  17 may  2018
02:10  17 may  2018 Source:   msn.com

White House hypes threat from 'violent animals' of MS-13

  White House hypes threat from 'violent animals' of MS-13 The White House sought to underscore the threat from the largely Hispanic MS-13 gang Monday, describing its members as "violent animals."Doubling down on Trump's recent controversial remarks about some migrants being "animals" -- which he later said were directed against MS-13 -- the White House sent a statement detailing atrocities committed by the group.

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US President Donald Trump Trump has often painted MS13 gang members as © Provided by AFP US President Donald Trump Trump has often painted MS13 gang members as "vicious" and "killers," and has conflated them with immigrants in general

US President Donald Trump described some migrants as "animals" Wednesday, in a charged discussion about the border wall and law enforcement.

"We have people coming in to the country, or trying to come in," Trump told California Republicans visiting the White House, "we are taking people out of the country."

"You wouldn't believe how bad these people are, these aren't people, these are animals and we're taking them out of the country."

Trump's remarks came after comments on migration and law enforcement, so-called "sanctuary cities" for immigrants, and the MS-13 gang.

Trump Defends ‘Animals’ Remark, Saying It Referred to MS-13 Gang Members

  Trump Defends ‘Animals’ Remark, Saying It Referred to MS-13 Gang Members One day after he prompted criticism for describing dangerous criminals crossing the border as “animals,” Trump reiterated that the term fits for gang members.WASHINGTON — President Trump on Thursday defended his use of the word “animals” to describe dangerous criminals trying to cross into the United States illegally, saying that he had been referring to members of the brutal transnational gang MS-13 when he used language critics called inappropriate.

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Trump has often painted members of MS13 -- a gang that originated in the United States but with roots in El Salvador -- as "vicious" and "killers".

He has often conflated the gang with immigrants in general.

His most recent comment -- loaded with echoes of Nazi language about Jews -- was swiftly condemned by Democrats.

"Immigrants are human beings. Not animals, not criminals, not drug dealers, not rapists. They are human beings," said Colorado Congressman Jared Polis.

California Governor Jerry Brown said "Trump is lying on immigration, lying about crime and lying about the laws of California."

"Flying in a dozen Republican politicians to flatter him and praise his reckless policies changes nothing. We, the citizens of the fifth largest economy in the world, are not impressed," he said.

MS-13 Animals: What the White House Wants You to Know .
President Trump's office hit back at claims that he referred to illegal immigrants in general as "animals.""Too many innocent Americans have fallen victim to the unthinkable violence of MS-13’s animals," the White House release said, in an apparent clarification that Trump’s reference to “animals” was about violent gang members, not illegal immigrants in general.

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