Trump Today: President says he wants immigrants from ‘everywhere’

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President Donald Trump said Tuesday he wanted people from “everywhere” to come to the U.S., met with the president of Kazakhstan and signed a proclamation on religious freedom.

IMMIGRANTS WANTED, TRUMP SAYS

Trump told reporters, in response to a question, that he wanted people from “everywhere” to come to the country, following controversy over his reported remarks in an Oval Office meeting last week. Trump has denied asking why people from “shithole” countries are coming to the U.S. as immigrants.

Meanwhile, Trump charged Democrats with wanting to shut down the government over “Amnesty for all and Border Security.” The government is funded through Friday.

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President Donald Trump meets with President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan at the White House on Tuesday.

NORTH KOREA TALKS WITH NAZARBAYEV

Trump talked with Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev about North Korea, and said they are united to prevent North Korea from “threatening the world with nuclear devastation.” He called Kazakhstan a “valued partner” in efforts to rid the Korean peninsula of nuclear weapons.

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM PROCLAMATION

Trump signed a religious freedom proclamation that said the government should not force Americans to choose between their faith and the law — whether they are “a nun, nurse, baker or business owner.”

Last month, the Supreme Court heard a case involving a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple. A ruling is pending.





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