"Trump is a disgusting racist, sexist sociopath and awful for the country", one Twitter user wrote.
"He used those words, and he used them repeatedly", Durbin said.
Kehrnde Isa who has a masters degree and is of Nigerian origin says those who agree with President Trump's remarks are mistaken.
Friday morning the president defended himself, tweeting, "The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used". "Probably should record future meetings - unfortunately, no trust!", the President tweeted.
President Donald Trump blamed Democrats for stalled immigration negotiations amid backlash over vulgar comments he made in the Oval Office while meeting with lawmakers this week. "We ask him to clarify why citizens of one country are "more desirable" than those of another and why the USA does 'not need more Haitians".
As Haitian-Americans gathered later in the day in Little Haiti to commemorate the 8-year anniversary of the devastating quake that hit Haiti, many expressed their outrage about the president's comment. "Now, let's face it, when he calls Haiti and El Salvador and Africa a 'sh*thole places, ' a canny person usually from the right wing might say he could have said that about a white place like Moldova". Raoul, a state senator whose parents are Haitian immigrants, said Trump needed to "learn his history" about America and said Haiti "broke the shackles and started the freedom ball rolling in the Western hemisphere".
"On the eighth anniversary of an natural disaster that almost devastated Haiti, we members of the Haitian Lawyers Association unfortunately find ourselves addressing disparaging remarks attributed to President Trump", reads a letter issued Friday by the bar association.
The reference to Norway may have been prompted by Prime Minister Erna Solberg who visited the White House on Wednesday when the president praised Norway for running a trade deficit with the United States and for buying USA military equipment.
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza said: "El Salvador and Haiti yesterday were once again victims of U.S. President Donald Trump's aggression". They are not presidential, they undermine USA foreign relations and they do not reflect Americas values.
Following an emergency session of the African diplomats, Pobee added that the group "is concerned at the continuing and growing trend from the USA administration towards Africa and people of African descent to denigrate the continent and people of colour".
Despite the back and forth regarding Trump's reported remarks, several lawmakers from both sides of the aisle have decried the language and condemned the comments. "The president and all those attending the meeting know what I said and how I feel", he said.
"What was really tough was the outlandish proposal made - a big setback for DACA!" the USA president said on Twitter.
Ah, so it's not that Trump is opposed to all immigration, just immigration from people who aren't white.
The group of United Nations diplomats said it was "extremely appalled at, and strongly condemns the outrageous, racist and xenophobic remarks". And she called on Trump to apologize to the American people.