24 December, 2017
Although Haiti does have one of the highest rates of AIDS in the world at around 2.1 percent of adults, it is dropping.
The Times report said Kelly and Tillerson tried to respond by saying numerous visas were for short-term travelers, but that as Trump continued, Kelly and Miller "turned their ire" against Tillerson, who threw his arms up and retorted that perhaps he should stop issuing visas altogether.
Mr. Trump had pushed controversial immigration policies since becoming American president in January.
The Times reported the president also complained about the 40,000 people who had come from Nigeria, saying they would never "go back to their huts" in Africa after being in the USA, based on two officials' accounts.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, White House Chief of Staff General John.
The White House lashed out at The Times for the report.
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But White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders shot down those claims Saturday.
The Times reported the president made the comments after adviser Stephen Miller gave him a list numbering the immigrants from certain countries who had received visas during the Trump presidency, despite the Republican running on a hard-line anti-immigration platform.
In a meeting he reportedly attended in June at the Oval Office, Trump was quoted to have said Nigerians refuse to "return to their huts" after seeing America.
But White House has denied it as another fake news from the respected newspaper.
"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.
"Two people who described the comments found them so noteworthy that they related them to others at the time, well predating [White House] pushback", Haberman said. Among many, many other examples, Trump has demanded the death penalty for the Central Park Five and failed to change his opinion even when they were proven innocent; called Mexicans rapists on the first day of his presidential campaign; defended neo-Nazis; and, of course, advanced a conspiracy theory about the first black president for years.