After reports circulated alleging that President Donald Trump referred to Haiti and Central American and African nations as "s***hole countries" during a Thursday meeting, many pundits and politicians labeled Trump a "racist" or accused him of making "racist" comments. He said Trump used the most vulgar term "more than once".
About two dozen people, mostly supporters of the president, were gathered at the western end of the Southern Boulevard Bridge when Trump returned to Mar-a-Lago about 2:30 p.m.
The president's former partner also said she had never been treated badly during the pair's marriage, insisting thing were only nasty when there were lawyers involved and stating that once the financial aspect of their divorce had been agreed upon, the pair became friends. "Why did Chuck Schumer and all of his colleagues come and beg Donald Trump for money?"
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Durbin said the White House should release any recording of the conversation that might exist.
Without explicitly denying using the vulgarity, Trump on Monday lashed out at the Democratic senator, who said Trump uttered it on several occasions.
On Tuesday, Mr. Durbin told CNN, "I stand by every word I said".
"I'm telling you he did not use that word, George, and I'm telling you it's a gross misrepresentation", Perdue told moderator George Stephanopoulos on ABC's "This Week". Perdue says Durbin has misquoted people in the past and is misrepresenting now what Trump said last week.
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After not playing for two and a half seasons, Gordon returned in 2017, catching 18 passes for 335 yards and a touchdown. However, rumors of tension between Roethlisberger and Haley may have ultimately led to his dismissal from the team.
The debate continued to play out Tuesday as Washington was gripped with uncertainty over whether the government would shut down at midnight Friday, when temporary government funding is set to run out, in the absence of a deal on immigration and other matters.
She also described President Trump, who she split with in an acrimonious divorce in 1992, as a "stable genius" and "not that bad".
Lawmakers in attendance at the meeting have mixed accounts of what Mr. Trump did or did not say. Sen.
The US should be taking in migrants from countries like Norway, he is reported to have said.
Meanwhile, Rex Tillerson, US secretary of state, says his country has a strong relationship with African countries and is interested in having such ties with them in future.
"You can't have a movement trade off if everyone is out there calling the president a bigot", Paul included.