Facepalm For Trump Accusers After Rand Paul Reveals What POTUS Did For Haiti
Senator Rand Paul urges America to forget about the “racism accusations” because President Trump has done more for Haiti than the Clintons and their foundation.
This Sunday, on NBC’s “Meet the Press”, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) stood in defense of President Donald Trump when he said that despite thinking that his comments on Haiti weren’t constructive at all, he knows from personal experience that the President is not deserving of that condemnation.
The U.S. Senator dispelled the charges of racism and told how Trump financed a medical mission in which Paul performed surgeries on 200 Haitians. The ophthalmologist said to NBC’s Chuck Todd that Trump financed the mission trip before he became a President.
He said: “It is unfair to draw conclusions from a remark that I think wasn’t constructive is the least we can say and I think it is unfair to all of a sudden, paint him, well, he’s a racist, when I know for a fact he cares very deeply about the people in Haiti because he helped to finance a trip, we were able to give vision back for 200 people in Haiti.”
The Kentucky Senator also expressed his belief that the racism accusation are hurting the connection between Republicans and Democrats and are preventing them from reaching an agreement.
Paul declared “You can’t have an immigration compromise if everyone is out there calling the president a racist” concluding, “They’re actually destroying the setting… in which anything meaningful can happen on immigration.”
It should be pointed out here as well that President Trump denied the accusations about referring to Haiti and some other African nations as “s***hole” countries during a meeting in the White House about the immigration issue.
His statement was confirmed by the Republican senators David Perdue and Tom Cotton, and the Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, who attended the meeting and claimed that the President said no such thing.
Nevertheless, liberals have managed to use this alleged comment, to stir the already confused public opinions.