Trump draws rebuke for calling some immigrants 'animals'

US President Donald Trump blamed the influx of illegal immigrants in the US on the country’s ‘dumbest laws

US President Donald Trump blamed the influx of illegal immigrants in the US on the country’s ‘dumbest laws

"All they get to do is write a report", Giuliani told CNN. The President has referred to the gang as "animals" in the past and invited Evelyn Rodriguez and Freddy Cuevas, whose children were murdered by MS-13, to his State of the Union Address this past January.

"You wouldn't believe how bad these people are, these aren't people, these are animals", he said in referring to "people coming into the country, or trying to come in".

"I want to ask you [this question] because so many people around the country are talking about it over the past 24 hours".

"Calling people animals is not a good thing", she concluded. She said the media is entitled to defend MS-13 if they want, but a term like "animal" doesn't go almost far enough to describe members of a gang whose motto is "rape, control, kill".

Fox took issue with Trump's remarks during an immigration roundtable, where the President blamed Democrats for immigration laws that he said meant "we have to break up families".

However, numerous media outlets appeared to take the president's comment out of context, according to Mediaite. "The dumbest laws - as I said before, the dumbest laws on immigration in the world".

Republicans see backlash to the law as a potentially galvanizing issue during the midterm elections, especially with Trump's anti-immigrant base.

And ABC News, in part, tweeted, "Pres. Trump refers to some who cross the border illegally as 'animals, ' not people".

President Trump has often conflated the gang with immigrants in general. Those outlets included CNN, CBS News, and NBC News.

Similarly, Eugene Robinson of Washington Post saidMr. In an email, the spokesperson said, "Both the headline and the story are accurate". "Frankly, I don't think the term the president used is strong enough".

Trump was unapologetic about his language and said he'd use it again.

During the campaign, he infamously called for a ban on Muslims entering the US. We're looking to bring them in.

Corey Price, assistant director for enforcement at ICE, told reporters that public safety threats and people who've committed crimes remain the focus of arrests.

"Enforcement policies that include stalking courthouses and arresting undocumented immigrants, the vast majority of whom pose no risk to public safety, are neither safe nor fair".

"There's a spark of divinity in every person on Earth and that we all have to recognize that as we respect the dignity and worth of every person", she added, "and as we recognize our responsibilities with that spark of divinity within us".

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