Published: Mon, January 15, 2018
Technology | By Russell Knight

Cotton, Purdue 'Don't Recall' Vulgar Trump Comments on Immigration, Graham Reportedly Confirms

A Republican senator's suggestion that Sen.

The "shithole" remarks were by the Washington Post on Thursday, and attributed to "several people briefed on the meeting" and "people familiar with the meeting".

Durbin, D-Ill., last week said that Trump had referred to the nations as "s***hole countries" while discussing a bipartisan immigration deal plan presented by Durbin and Sen.

Ben Marter, a spokesman for Durbin, tweeted a rebuke early Sunday: "Credibility is something that's built by being consistently honest over time", he said. "Let's take the whole scenario and put different words in there", Paul, reasoned, absurdly, trying to reframe Trump's comments as a perfectly reasonable demand for higher-skilled immigrants.

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"Following comments by the President, I said my piece directly to him", Graham said in a statement.

Perdue denies Trump said "s-thole countries" in a White House meeting, although he previously was unable to remember. "So perhaps we shouldn't be surprised by that", Cotton said on CBS' "Face The Nation". David Perdue, also in the room said, "we do not recall the President saying these comments specifically". "And I'm telling you it's a gross misrepresentation".

Perdue and Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., were both present at the negotiations on reforming the immigration system.

Perdue, a Georgia Republican, attended the meeting last Thursday with other GOP and Democratic lawmakers seeking to hammer out a deal on immigration when Trump reportedly wondered out loud why the USA accepts immigrants from "shithole countries," referring to Africa, Haiti and El Salvador. Critics point to his use of Twitter, comments about white nationalists and his habit of saying things without evidence of truth.

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Democratic Party of Georgia Chairman DuBose Porter was among the state Democrats who urged Perdue to condemn the remarks. David Perdue, R-Ga., who was also at the meeting, has denied that the exact word had been used. And in a separate part of the conversation about the diversity visa lottery, Trump referred to people coming from Africa as coming from "shithole countries". But it has outright infuriated Democrats who see the comment as evidence of malicious intent in Trump's policymaking.

White House officials expressed distress that Trump's remarks had effectively reversed their attempts to bolster Trump's standing on a week when his mental acuity was being questioned. "And he said them repeatedly".

The comments have also left her parents upset, she added, especially because they once told Vice President Mike Pence they were praying for him.

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