Published: Wed, January 17, 2018
Medicine | By Brett Sutton

Republican senator insists Trump didn't disparage Haiti, African nations with profane remark

Though Sen. David Purdue, a Georgia Republican, said on Friday that he could not recall Trump's characterization, he repeatedly dismissed questions about whether Trump used the description, saying Trump "did not use that word". "And I know, and I know what Dick Durbin has said about the President's repeated statements is incorrect". Lindsey Graham were mistaken in indicating Trump had.

'I'm saying that this is a gross misrepresentation, it's not the first time Senator Durbin has done it, and it is not productive to solving the problem that we have at hand, ' Perdue said. The president, in the meeting, also questioned the need to admit more Haitians to the USA, according to people who were briefed on the conversation but were not authorized to describe the meeting publicly. "I haven't heard any of those six sources other than Senator Durbin talk about what was said".

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.V.), who also appeared on "Face The Nation" Sunday, said he did not believe Durbin misrepresented the president's comments.

Perdue and Cotton released a joint statement on Friday afternoon saying they had no recollection of Trump having made the comments.

When President Trump spoke by phone with Sen. "It makes me cry", he said.

Sen. David Perdue (left) told ABC News" George Stephanopoulos (right) that President Trump "did not use that word.' Sen.

The President, according to reports, made the slur after lawmakers presented him with a bipartisan deal to restore protections against deportation for young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children - which Trump rejected. On Twitter Sunday, he wrote "I, as President, want people coming into our Country who are going to help us become strong and great again".

The paper also said Mr. Trump castigated Haitians as people living with AIDS and Afghanistan as a terrorist-infested country.

"Yes, please record all future meetings", Kimmel pleaded.

Why does Leahy suspect Nielsen of splitting hairs, denying that Trump used a particular vulgarity when in reality he used a almost indistinguishable one?

The program expires on March 5.

According to Schumer, Trump's other method is much more straight to the point.

House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy also witnessed the exchange, as did U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, a Florida Republican, and U.S. Rep. Robert Goodlatte, chair of the House Judiciary Committee.

"I think they were, yes", the Utah Republican said on CNN's "State of the Union".

"Looks like somebody's finally waking up", Kimmel said of Carson.

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