Switzerland – The United States president, Donald Trump on Friday sent his kind regards through The African Union chairman to other African leaders who attended the summit, this was after blasting Africans with his outraged remark saying they’re ‘’shitholes’’.
While at the summit, Trump met the president of Rwanda, His Excellency Paul Kagame who also attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland were some business leaders from Africa had planned to shun Trump’s speech on Friday.
After Trump and Kagame had a one on one meeting, Trump told the African leader to give his kind regards before he goes to his first meeting.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 26, 2018
The moment the journalists begun asking Trump about his alleged statement he made this month concerning African Nations as ‘’Shithole’’ countries with the Congressional leaders on Immigration issues during the meeting, he decided to ignore them.
Trump’s recent outrageous remark on African Nations caused anger around the world and many African leaders including the African Union demanded genuine explanation from US country diplomats, though Trump himself denied making the alleged remark.
While in Switzerland, president Trump said he had a great discussion with the Rwandan leader and mostly it was concerning trade and economy
The Ugandan leader Yoweri Kaguta Museveni who recently praised Trump for telling Africans the truth, this time said he was busy and that’s why he couldn’t attend the meeting.
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