President of Uganda: ‘I love Trump for being frank about Africans’

President Trump is said by Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Illinois), who has a history of making things up, to have referred to low-achieving countries such as Haiti, El Salvador, and African countries as “shit holes,” in a January 11 meeting with members of Congress.

See “Rapper Snoop Dogg threatens to move to Uganda because of Trump’s alleged ‘sh*t-hole’ comment

The meeting was about immigration policy, in which Trump questioned why Democrats welcome immigrants who bring little to nothing of value to the U.S.

Trump has denied using the “shit holes” expression, but that hasn’t stopped Democrats, the MSM, and foreign countries from expressing their outrage and condemnation. As examples:

  • Yesterday, January 22, people in Haiti protested against Trump’s alleged remarks.
  • On Sunday, January 21, French President Emmanuel Macron told the BBC that he shared Africa’s outrage.
  • Deborah Malac, US ambassador to Uganda, called Trump’s alleged words “obviously quite disturbing and upsetting”.

A lone dissenter is Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni.

The BBC reports that in his speech during the opening of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) in the Ugandan capital of Kampala today, President Museveni said:

“America has got one of the best presidents ever.  I love Trump because he tells Africans frankly. The Africans need to solve their problems, the Africans are weak.”

According to Wikipedia, Yoweri Museveni, 73, has been the President of Uganda for 32 years, since 1986.

He was involved in rebellions that toppled Ugandan dictators Idi Amin (1971–79) and Milton Obote (1980–85). In the mid to late 1990s, Museveni was celebrated by the west as part of a new generation of African leaders. During Museveni’s presidency, Uganda has experienced relative stability and economic growth.

However, Museveni’s suppression of political opposition and a 2005 constitutional amendment scrapping presidential term limits, thus enabling extension of his rule, is a concern of domestic commentators and many in the international community.

~Eowyn

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16 responses to “President of Uganda: ‘I love Trump for being frank about Africans’

  1. Accolades to President Mesevni. Tillerson should recall Ambassador Malac, obviously she is not in Trump’s camp. In fact fire Tillerson too. Macron is a pansy. Those French Foreign Legionaires who serve in Mali know more about Africa than he does.

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  2. I gotta’ say, I like the President of Uganda.!

    The thing that I find so perturbing is that although Durbin (who has lied in the past about various things) claims he heard the President say: blah, blah, blah . . . . yet there are other’s who were in the same room, who never heard that as having been said by our President. The Demorats are all too willing to jump on Trump. What truly mystifies me, how many top executive types would slip and use that kind of rhetoric, in a meeting that was attended by so many people, and many of which are his detractors? Yes, I could see where this kind of thing might be said in the setting of a private, closed door meeting . . . but R-E-A-L-L-Y !

    I don’t know what was said, but I find Durbin very suspect. None of that really matters . . . the whole thing boils down to one question. Why would any sane nation import any people of low IQ, low work skills, the very people who will the minute they get off the boat (so to speak) will need to be taught English, so that someday in the far distant future they may be able to enter our labor market. Up until that day comes, We the Taxpayers, will have the burden of supporting them. Many of these same individuals will qualify for Social Security Disability by virtue of being low IQ and unable to be fully functioning people. Who, but an absolute traitor to this country would be a proponent of this ill advised scheme?

    For those of you who may have watched Dr James Manning (I hope I have the name right,) he is a pastor, and a black man. He makes no bones about the fact that blacks do not step up and try to correct, or alleviate the deficiencies in the black community.

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    • It is puzzling that Deborah Malac , “knows” that President Trump said “blah, blah, blah” in order to say, his remarks “were obviously quite disturbing and upsetting,” particularly when the President of the very country that she happens to be the ambassador to, takes a view that is 180 degrees from her view. She kinda looks like a dyke, perhaps she is really into the “PC” thing and thought that taking the side against Trump was the thing to do. Our President should move to have her replaced, just like John Molloy, above has indicated. What a pitiful piece of work this ambassador is . . . she certainly does not, by her actions, represent the United States in a very positive light. Kick her to the curb!

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  3. The Congressman lied cause they can’t control Trump…

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    • True George . . . . That is certainly a true statement! I am thankful everyday that “they can’t control Trump …” If they could control him, we would be in no better shape than we have been with all the preceding Presidents.

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  4. or she could be one of Obola’s tranny appointees

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  6. But does “Dawg” know of this? I’d hate to see him move only to find out he’s in Trump country.

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  7. I would like to thank Pres. Museveni for his candor. Yes, he has been leader of Uganda for longer than many in the West would like to see any man in his position, but Uganda, like the rest of Africa, has had an enormous amount to deal with: In addition to plunder from the Corporate West, many nations in that Continent must deal with the dreaded influence of Islam.
    If Museveni has committed any egregious crimes or genocides, I have yet to hear of it. Let us hope that President Trump can improve relations with Uganda and other African nations, and he can begin with the choice of a better ambassador!

    Let Us Pray for Pres. Museveni and all of Africa.

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  8. Here is a little more on President Museveni:

    Ugandan President Repents of Personal, National Sins
    https://hitchhikeamerica.wordpress.com/2012/12/15/ugandan-president-repents-of-personal-national-sins/

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  9. This whole (sorry) shithole thing reminds me of of the story of Elenor Roosevelt talking to Bess Truman.
    ER – Don’t you think you should try your get your husband to use a word other than ‘manure’?
    BT – Honey, it took me 20 years to get him to use manure.

    A rose by any other name is still a rose. WS

    Oh. And fire the ‘Dyke’.

    The libatards’ heads are exploding because they can’t stand to hear the truth. It’s like showing Satan Christ’s Cross.

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  10. It’s nice to see all the help Obama did for all the third world countries that are impoverished like that. I think he visited one African country in his 8 years in office?
    Oh, and just think of all the “help” Satan’s mom Hilary Clinton did when she got her brother (or bro in law) that diamond mine in Haiti. Then they helped ‘rebuild’ after the HAARP generated earthquake with cheap building supplies.
    Teach them how to help themselves. A lot of white missionaries go over there (like Rand Paul) and nobody in the MSM mentions THAT.
    They gotta keep the ‘whites are racist’ narrative to the end.

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