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US President Donald Trump is facing backlash over his comments that “all these illegal immigrants are criminals” and that he is “not happy” with the “bad hombres” that have “killed and maimed our beautiful people”.
The comments were made in an interview with ABC’s Good Morning America, which is airing on Thursday.
But while Trump has been widely criticised for his comments, he has also been praised for being a strong leader and a “good negotiator”.
Here are five things to know about the US President.
He is the first US President to use the phrase “bad hab” In December 2017, he used the term “bad abo”, referring to “bad, illegals”.
It is an insult to Mexicans, who he claims are “a very, very strong people” who “kill and maul our beautiful women and children”.
In a press conference on Wednesday, Mr Trump defended the use of the term, saying: “You know, we don’t like it.
It’s very hard to explain.
But it’s not what we are.
We don’t do that.”
“I’ve said this a million times and you can ask any Mexican, you can go back and you’ll find me saying it.
I said, ‘Bad, illegales’.
And it’s been used by our leaders for decades.”
He says he will build a wall across the southern border with Mexico and is “unhappy” with what he calls the “militant” gangs in Mexico, including the MS-13 (pictured).
He said that “bad people” in Mexico are “rapists” and criminals who “are killing our beautiful children and murdering our beautiful babies”.
You know, it’s a very, strong, strong country. “
You can go to any city in Mexico and you go to gangs.
We’ve got people that want to murder our children and our babies. “
We’ve got a problem with drug cartels and gangs.
And I will do what I can to try to bring them out of Mexico. “
They are bad people.
But I’m not happy with them.”
He has criticised the idea of the US paying for the border wall Mr Trump has also called for the US to pay for the construction of a border wall to protect American workers from illegal migrants and to “secure the border”.
Mr Trump said he would consider funding the wall.
“If Mexico is unwilling to pay, we will have to pay.
But we will make a deal,” he said.
He also said: You know what I’m going to do? “
I will build the wall.”
He also said: You know what I’m going to do?
“We’re going to build a great wall.
In exchange, I will make Mexico pay for it, and if Mexico doesn’t pay, I am not happy.”
He told ABC News that his first priority was the border “but then he also said he wants to work with other countries” The US President said that his priority was to “work with other nations, particularly with the countries of Mexico”.
“Now, we have to work out some arrangements. “
We have to figure out some kind of a relationship. “
Now, we have to work out some arrangements.
And then we have some countries, particularly in Mexico. “
For instance, we’re going, ‘We’re building a wall, what do we do with the border?’
And then we have some countries, particularly in Mexico.
And that will be a priority for us.” “
It’s not a matter of if, it is a matter if we can have a relationship with Mexico.
And that will be a priority for us.”
What are the Mexican migrants?
Mexicans make up around one third of the roughly 20 million undocumented migrants in the US, according to US immigration officials.
Some, including young people, are escaping the violence in their country’s southern borderlands.
Others are fleeing drug cartels in Mexico’s neighbouring states.
The number of people crossing the border illegally in 2017 was just over 7,000, down from the 10,000 recorded in the same year in 2014.
Mr Trump, who has said he will increase border enforcement to make Mexico contribute to the US budget, said on Wednesday that Mexico “can’t handle it”.
He added: I would do it by the way, if I have the power to do it, by the time I am president, Mexico can’t handle the border.
He later said he “wanted to make sure