Washington (Web Desk): United States President Donald Trump described some migrants as “animals”, in a charged discussion about the border wall and law enforcement, international media reported.
Trump told California Republicans visiting the White House, “We have people coming in to the country, or trying to come in, we are taking people out of the country.”
Trump said, “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 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.
Most recent comment of Trump, loaded with echoes of Nazi language about Jews, was swiftly condemned by Democrats.
The story is originally published by ‘New York Times’