Silly me. The GOP seems to have made its choice, judging by the weaselly response from most of the Republicans who were in the Oval Office on Thursday when Trump made vile and nakedly racist remarks. "It was a meeting of 12 people".
Trump denied that he used this language while discussing immigrants from Haiti and African nations.
President Donald Trump walks on the South Lawn with first lady Melania Trump and their son Barron Trump upon arrival at the White House in Washington, Monday, Jan. 15, 2018. "That I can tell you", he told reporters. Cory Booker, D-N.J., "seething with anger", pounced on Nielsen for her convenient memory loss under oath and her attempt to "dismiss" questions about the episode. While Eric was attempted to make his father look better in the eyes of the public, he only succeeded in confirming that the only thing Trump cares about is money.
Graham blamed somebody in the White House who gave the president "really bad advice" for Trump's about-face.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says President Donald Trump is "not going to apologize for trying to fix our immigration system", as the fall-out continues from Trump's reported use of a vulgarity to describe some African countries. "You don't get to be president of the United States without understanding things about yourself".
After over two hours of testimony - and being asked about the issue repeatedly - Nielsen deflected questions from other Democrats on the matter, saying she had said all that should could about the matter.
Cotton said he "didn't hear" the word used "and I was sitting no further away from Donald Trump than Dick Durbin was", Cotton told CBS's "Face the Nation".
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Farris came under fire for his comment that Trump is not a racist for a number of reasons, perhaps the biggest because he is a member of the King family, which has always been involved in the right for civil and human rights. He initially released a joint statement with Perdue that said he could not recall whether the president used the word "shithole".
The Democrats may be less inclined to cooperate now that President Trump is on the defensive after global media criticism that he assailed "s--hole countries"-although the Washington Post, National Review's Rich Lowry and others say aides are now insisting that the president said "s--house countries".
But another Republican senator who was there, Lindsey Graham, did not deny the comments were made. She said that the bipartisan proposal rejected by Trump did not address core security issues facing her department and that Trump's administration was not interested in "half measures".
I think Eric Trump actually hit it on the head. I understand that. But I'll tell you this: "I stand by every word I said about what was said and what happened". That much we know.
Left to its own devices, the State Department came up with its own talking points to be used by USA missions in Africa working to stem the damage, said a US official, who wasn't authorized to disclose internal deliberations and demanded anonymity.
That's why he didn't think twice about leaving Haitians and Salvadorans without their Temporary Protected Status, despite the fact that they can not safely return to homelands that meet the US and global standards for TPS.