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'I'm the least racist person you will ever interview,' Trump says

20 Janvier 2018

"I want him back", Graham said. Dick Durbin, a Democrat from Illinois, Graham said.

Shortly before the meeting on Thursday, Trump had an agreeable conversation with Sen.

Trump has tweeted that the language he used in the meeting "was tough, but this was not the language used".

Even without red flags from test results, Mishori said it was clear that Trump faces some risks. Trump wrote, "I have a wonderful relationship with Haitians. Probably should record future meetings - unfortunately, no trust!"

I mention them all because they deserve to be enshrined in a Hall of Shame. "But if I recall correctly, sister Stephanie, he didn't want black people counting his green money".

"We need a merit based system of immigration, and we need it now!" he added Tuesday.

The US President addressed the issue briefly as he arrived for dinner at one of his Florida golf clubs.

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen fended questions on Tuesday from Democratic lawmakers over President Donald Trump's remarks toward immigrants. He told reporters: "I am the least racist person you have ever interviewed". Now, I don't know where that guy went.

President Trump, speaking on November 14, 2017.

Eric Trump, and it's an ongoing competition between him and Donald, Junior.

The president was widely reported to have used a disparaging word to describe African nations and wondered aloud why people from countries like Haiti were allowed to come to the United States.

"I've got a president of the United States whose office I respect, who talks about the country's origins of my fellow citizens in the most despicable manner".

Kelly has been leading the White House's efforts to reach a deal to give legal status to undocumented immigrants who will soon no longer be protected by the expiring DACA protections, while also increasing border security funding.

Third, aside from the Kool-Aid drinkers, why aren't the conservative media denouncing Cotton and Perdue for their transparent dishonesty? Nielsen's claim of ignorance came despite multiple reports of lawmakers saying the president uttered the expletive.

In contrast, Cotton, appearing on Sunday news programs, specifically disparaged Durbin's credibility. "Ask anyone who's dealt with both".

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said: "The president hasn't said he didn't use strong language". "Today they can. That, folks, is a credibility problem".

Over the weekend, Republican Sens.

The comments were later confirmed by other news outlets.

"To characterize any place in hyperbolic, negative ways is unhelpful always", says Abby Maxman, president of Oxfam America. How far we've fallen as a country, from, "Ask not what your country can do for you, but for what you can do for your country", to, how much can I make off of winning the office of the Presidency. "I think we owe it to them and we owe it to the American people and to our ideals to find a solution".

Durbin responded by saying he deferred to his Republican colleague, Sen. Trump will not win this argument, and Michael Steele, the former chairman of the Republican National Committee, knows it. "You don't remember? You can't remember the words of your commander in chief?"

'I'm the least racist person you will ever interview,' Trump says