"Why don't we get more people from Norway?'" Durbin said.
Get a live view of Mar-a-Lago, the resort President Donald Trump calls his winter White House. "President Trump said things that were hate-filled, vile, and racist".
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Trump's denial was supported in separate appearances on Sunday news programs by Republican senators Tom Cotton of Arkansas and David Perdue of Georgia.
Trump has himself denied having used that word but has admitted using "tough" language in the meeting. "I know what happened, I stand behind every word that I said, in terms of that meeting", Durbin said.
DACA is the acronym of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, a 2012 programme that gave foreigners who entered the USA as minors a legal permit to reside and work in the country.
To look more closely at this, I used individual 2011 Canadian census data (detailed 2016 data isn't yet available) to look at three groups: Canadians whose families have been here for three generations or longer; immigrants from the "Norways" of the world (Northern and Western Europe, including the U.K., Germany, and Scandanavia) and immigrants from Trump's "shithole" countries (Central America, the Caribbean, Africa).
Perdue described as a "gross misrepresentation" reports that Trump used the vulgarity. People make mistakes. We're not asking for impeachment. "They were not made", Trump said.
In Florida, Trump also sounded upbeat on North Korea, after confusion emerged over whether he had suggested in an interview that he had a good relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. We have great talks going on.
Trump took particular issue with the idea that people who'd fled to the USA after disasters hit their homes in places such as El Salvador, Guatemala and Haiti would be allowed to stay as part of the deal, according to the people briefed on the conversation.
"I can just say what was described in the meeting I had was identical to what was reported later in the news", Flake said.
Word of Trump's comments threatened to upend delicate negotiations over resolving the status of the hundreds of thousands of immigrants who were brought to the country illegally as children.
The Trump administration late previous year announced it would end the Temporary Protected Status designation for Haiti, a move that could affect tens of thousands of Haitian immigrants.