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On 'The View,' Sen. Dick Durbin defends his account of Trump's alleged 's---hole' remark
Democratic Senator Dick Durbin appeared on ABC's " The View " Wednesday to defend his account that President Trump called African nations "shole countries" at a White House meeting last week on immigration. “I stand by my words,” Durbin, a Democrat from Illinois, told the co-hosts. He said the
Sen. Dick Durbin talks Trump's 's---hole' comment, future of DACA
Durbin joined "The View" to discuss the president's controversial comments on immigration and whether he'll come to the table for a bipartisan compromise.
GOP still struggling with Trump's remarks on Africa
Republicans are still struggling to get their stories straight nearly a week after a meeting in which President Donald Trump is said to have made vulgar remarks that have been criticized as racist
Trump vulgarity debate has become an 's-show,' senator says
Aides to President Donald Trump debate behind closed door whether vulgar term he used ended with 'hole' or 'house.'
Homeland Security secretary grilled over Trump 's---hole' comments
Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen faced intense questioning about her memory of the Oval Office immigration reform meeting last week in which President Donald Trump referred to African nations as "shole countries," including by one of the senators also present when the comment was
Trump denies making 's---hole' remark
So, the story about what went down at last week's immigration meeting keeps changing. After his widely reported that you know who referred to Haiti and Africa as, you know, I won't say it, bleep hole countries, he spent the weekend saying I didn't say that. Then senators Tom cotton and David perdue
Trump goes after the Dem who surfaced his immigration remark
Trump goes after the Democrat who brought coarse remarks about Africa, Haiti to surface
The White House's shifting narrative on Trump's 's---hole' comment
A public he-said, they-said debate has been unfolding for days in the wake of last week’s Oval Office meeting where President Donald Trump reportedly used a derogatory term to refer to certain countries. The White House initially offered no denial of the charge that Trump questioned why the United
President Trump defends immigration comments: 'I'm not a racist'
Trump denied making the slur about Haiti and African countries saying that Senators in the room also said "they weren't made," the White House is also claiming that the Wall Street Journal misquoted his relationship with North Korea.
Trump defends self after comments, says: 'I'm not a racist'
President Donald Trump defends himself in the wake of recent disparaging comments about Haiti and African nations, declaring: "I'm not a racist."