Donald Trump Faces Criticism After Seeming to Mock Reporter's Disability

While the GOP frontrunner answers to his comments, Ben Carson visits refugees in Jordan.
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other flights. It's under investigation. Some say Donald Trump crossed the line we he mocked a reporter with a disability. Trump says he does remember watching muslims in New Jersey celebrating after 9/11. While trump digs N one of his closest rivals taking his campaign over seas to meet with refugees. Here is more. Reporter: He is dubbed teflon don. He is defiant despite swirling controversies over his regard to facts. Facts. Why would I take it back. Reporter: Refusing to tame back claims he saw on TV thousands of muslims in new Jersey celebrating on 9/11. A newspaper report challenged him and faced back lash. I don't remember. He. A reporter who says I don't know him. I don't know him. I don't mock people who have problems. Reporter: His former colleague said he witnessed them together in 1989. They knew each other. It was so clear. You don't forget him. He is charming, funny, won two pulitzer prizes. Reporter: Meanwhile, Ben Carson is wrapping up his trip to Jordan. We are getting a good view for rt campaign here. Reporter: He is meeting with Syrian refugee families who he says don't want to come to the U.S. They want to the go back home. For us to bring 10,000 or 25,000 people over here that doesn't solve the problem. Reporter: Carson said he took his first overseas trip as a candidate so he can better know what he is talking about. This as voters say foreign policy is a top issue in this campaign. Tom? Thank you. President Obama is in Paris tonight for a major meeting on climb change. This coming two weeks after the terror attacks there. Security is tight. Protesters took to the streets tonight. Some clashing with police. More than 200 people taken into custody. ABC's Jon Karl downs now from Paris. It includes the most word leaders ever in Paris. Lots of high profile people over there. Tonight what is done to prevent another attack? Security is tight throughout the city. Thousands of officials brought in to protect the summit site and all the major roadways in central Paris have been shut down. And the French government has banned all public protest. They did that after the attacks. Some of the protesters not going along with that. We had groups of protesters forming a human chain and some clashing with police. They threw stones at the police. The police fired back with tear gas. The world leaders are there to address climate change but Isis is also a global problem. Will they discuss terrorism? Report Reporter: Look, climate change is the theme here but there is no question that the threat from Isis is overhanging all of this and will be topic number when when the presidents sid down tomorrow night.

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