Trump’s Immigration Remarks Outrage Many, but Others Quietly Agree

THE NEW YORK TIMES:

The Czech president has called Muslim immigrants criminals. The head of Poland’s governing party has said refugees are riddled with disease. The leader of Hungary has described migrants as a poison.

This week, Austria’s new far-right interior minister suggested “concentrating” migrants in asylum centers — with all its obvious and odious echoes of World War II.

So when President Trump said he did not want immigrants from “s–thole” countries, there was ringing silence across broad parts of the European Union, especially in the east, and certainly no chorus of condemnation.

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