Immigrants responded to President Trump

Immigrants from Africa said that offended by the statement of the President of the United States

Immigrants from Africa living in the United States, felt it necessary to defend their home countries in the social networks after President Donald trump called them “SaaS…of other countries” (the”s-hole countries”).

The White house used that expression during a briefing dedicated to the issues of immigration, called Haiti and Africa.

“Africa…..nye, Mr. trump,” wrote Twitter member of the USA national team in athletics, Bernard Lagat, born in Kenya.

“I’m a doctor. I have three education. I speak three languages…I am from SaaS…tion of the country,” wrote a student from South Sudan, Nago Chol.

“Trump was talking about us as the people who gave nothing to the American society, she said Reuters. – I wrote in “Twitter” in order to get to speak to other immigrants”.

President trump takes a tough stance on immigration, calling to limit the influx of immigrants, to repeal the law that protects children of illegal immiigrant from deportation from the United States and prohibit people from several predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States.

Responding to the new statements of the President trump, some used social networking hashtag #IamFromAS…holeCountry (I’m from SaaS…tion of the country”).

“I hope that if we prodemonstriruet who and what we are, we can change the attitude,” – said the native of Nigeria BA Lo, the United States manages the Agency’s health insurance.

The statement of the President he considered particularly offensive because at the time he served in the U.S. Navy. “I was ready to fight and die,” he says.

A doctor from Chicago Olusegun Ishmael posted in social media links to biographies of famous Nigerians living in the United States. In this list were writers, scientists and musicians.

“Here is a list of people from shacks and “SaaS…tion of the country,” he wrote