GOP senator says Trump didn't use vulgarity for Haiti and African nations

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Trump used profane language January 11 as he questioned why the USA should permit immigrants from certain countries, according to three people briefed on the conversation. Lindsay Graham (R-SC), who was in attendance, told him that Trump's reported comments were "basically accurate".

The tweets suggest that Trump is interested in a system that would only accept individuals from certain countries and backgrounds in exchange for a DACA deal - as well as a much more substantial border investment than one year of funding and technology upgrades the lawmakers had presented.

"Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?" he asked, according to Durbin and others at the meeting.

Donald Trump is unfit to be president. Do lawmakers think President Trump's "shithole" comment was racist? Joni Ernst of Iowa said the senator could not verify the vulgarity but "she would not agree' with it". There are countries that do struggle out there, but their people are good people. This ignores that Trump's cursing itself was not what led to a worldwide backlash. Cotton is frequently mentioned as a person who Trump could put in his adminstration. Sen.

Beck marvels at the turn of events.

If Congress doesn't reach agreement on crucial immigration issues and pass a spending bill, the costly effect would be a government shutdown.

Many Democrats and some Republicans have said they won't vote for the money bill unless it includes a solution for the Dreamers. "And he was corrected by the Obama administration".

Stephanopoulos pointed out that Trump's comments had been confirmed by 'multiple sources'.

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But Trump is not going to lead America or the rest of the world to a better place.

"Why do we want all these people from "shithole countries" coming here?" Trump, who met with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg on Wednesday, said the US should try to instead attract people from Norway and similar countries. Lindsey Graham were mistaken in indicating that was the case.

"The words used by the president, as related to me directly following the meeting by those in attendance, were not 'tough, ' they were abhorrent and repulsive", Flake tweeted.

Perdue also seemed to question Senator Durbin's intentions, saying "it is not the first time" that the IL senator has accused someone of inflammatory language.

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After Perdue said that the report that came out of the meeting was a "gross misrepresentation", host George Stephanopoulos pushed back, asking the Georgia Republican what exactly was misrepresented. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), another participant, saying that they did "not recall the President saying these comments specifically". "What the president did call out was the imbalance in our current legal immigration system that does not protect American workers and our national interest".

Alex Nowrasteh, an immigration policy analyst at the libertarian-leaning Cato Institute, is struck by the sudden shift in the Republican position on immigration.

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