On Monday, Graham told a SC paper that his "memory hasn't evolved". On the phone that morning, Trump had praised a plan that Durbin and Republican Sen.
And a woman in MA was warned by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services this week that she wouldn't be able to re-enter the country if she attempted to attend her father's funeral in Haiti, Gabeau said.
US President Donald Trump must apologise to Africa, the African Diaspora Forum has said.
The U.S. president on Friday denied using such derogatory language.
The uproar prompted the president to tell reporters Sunday that "nah, I'm not a racist".
"The president and I talked; he would like to lose 10 to 15 pounds".
U.S. Sens. Tom Cotton, R-Arkansas, and David Perdue, of Georgia, have also said Durbin misrepresented the president's statements.
President Donald Trump took the opportunity Tuesday to slam Hillary Clinton during a surprise visit at gathering dubbed a "conversation with Women of America". Why not assume that men and women arriving from poor, oppressed and risky countries would love America all the more?
Trump was meeting with lawmakers about a potential deal on immigration last week when he questioned why the US should admit more people from Africa and Haiti.
"We want an immigration policy to be unbiased - one that does not favor people from Norway over Haiti".
The Post reports, "The meeting was short, tense and often dominated by loud cross-talk and swearing, according to Republicans and Democrats familiar with the meeting". Trump wasn't apologetic and denied he was racist, said the confidant, who wasn't authorized to disclose a private conversation and spoke on condition of anonymity. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., specifically if she heard the vulgarity used or a "substantially similar word" to describe certain countries. Some Haitians working as porters, janitors and food-service workers at Boston's Logan International Airport were let go this summer because they didn't receive new work permits before the most recent expiration date for temporary protected status, which was in July, he says.
Using the term "shithole" or even anything close to it to describe African countries during an Oval Office meeting isn't presidential. The Journal released its own audio, which sounds pretty clear that the word was "I".
Present in a room, listening to an audio tape, reacting to a reporter's questions, members of the Republican Party aren't able to hear clearly - at least if they're to be believed.
During a meeting with senators last week to negotiate a deal to protect about 800,000 immigrants who came to the United States as children - they're called Dreamers and the program is called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals - Trump called Haiti and African nations "shithole countries."
Ms. Nielsen also fired back at a Democratic senator who said she lied under oath by having a different recollection about last week's controversial comments, saying they're actually trying to make her lie.
"In good conscience, I can not and will not listen at him as he gives the state of the union address", Lewis previously said.
Trump and some Republicans have said the senators' agreement is insufficient.
Trump wrote on Twitter that if the government were shut down over amnesty and border security, the military would be the biggest loser.
In the face of ongoing backlash against President Trump's reported "s--hole" comments during a bipartisan meeting on immigration last week, the president came out swinging on Monday afternoon by blasting one of his chief opponents in the Senate, Minority Whip Dick Durbin of IL.
Wow. Such an outrageous distortion, he said shithouse instead of shithole.
President Trump tweeted Monday that U.S. Sen.