‘We want our country back’: US critic of Trump’s visit says we should be proud of our diversity

US President Donald Trump has visited a “beautiful” jail in Texas, where inmates can be held for longer periods of time than they could in the United States.

The president spoke at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, which houses more than 10,000 inmates in some of the country’s toughest prisons.

“Texas is an incredible place and it’s a great state,” Mr Trump told the inmates, according to a video of his remarks posted on Twitter.

“We want to thank all of you for coming here, to see us, to be part of the history of Texas.” “

Mr Trump has spoken about his desire to reform the prison system, including increasing prison population. “

We want to thank all of you for coming here, to see us, to be part of the history of Texas.”

Mr Trump has spoken about his desire to reform the prison system, including increasing prison population.

He has also promised to crack down on immigration and crack down hard on crime.

He had planned to visit a jail in Houston that was once the heart of the notorious US prison system.

However, the president is not expected to visit the jail for the time being.