Trump's 'incredible genes' keeping him fit for office

Trump's 'incredible genes' keeping him fit for office

"We can not do this with people in charge at the White House who have an irrational view of how to fix immigration", Graham said.

Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of SC, one of the six senators in the meeting with Trump on Thursday, supported Durbin's account.

He tells Nielsen: "Your silence and your amnesia is complicit". In fact, his long history of racism is well documented, going all the way back to the 1970s, when he and his father were sued by the Justice Department - Richard Nixon's Justice Department, no less - for refusing to rent apartments to African-Americans. "I don't know. Some people have great genes".

President Donald Trump says he wants immigrants to come to the USA from "everywhere", despite having said behind closed doors that he'd prefer more immigrants from countries like Norway and not Africa. This was a chance for the White House to put to rest any rumours about the president's health.

Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin of IL, who confirmed Trump's language at last Thursday's meeting, indicated one sticking point in immigration negotiations was the president's insistence that Congress appropriate all the money he wants to build a border wall with Mexico this year - rather than spreading the appropriations and construction out over a longer period.

Trump also reportedly wondered why more people from countries like Norway weren't immigrating to the United States.

More Rohingya flee to Bangladesh despite Burma repatriation deal
The Rohingya want the Myanmar government to return the land they occupied rebuild their homes, mosques and schools. Ali said the displacement of Rohingya people from Myanmar has soured relations between the two countries.

One option Republicans are strongly considering to win over Democrats, according to two aides familiar with the GOP's planning, is attaching a long-term renewal of the Children's Health Insurance Program to the stopgap.

US President Donald Trump chows down on some McDonald's fries. But she says she doesn't "dispute the president was using tough language".

"The commander in chief in an Oval Office meeting referring to people from African countries and Haitians with the most vile and vulgar language, that language festers".

Nielsen also testified about a DHS study on the link between immigration and terrorism. His cholesterol treatment will be increased, the White House doctor said. "Technically, he has nonclinical coronary atherosclerosis", Jackson told reporters.

"I'm honored to stand here with women across the administration", he said, mentioning his daughter, Ivanka, and the women who were "front and center" on the tax bill, which he said has shown "incredible" success. They have the leverage to do so because Senate Republicans would need at least nine Democratic votes to support any funding measure. "Many Republicans are willing to have a DACA fix", he said.

White House officials say they want a system more like Canada's or Australia's, where hopeful immigrants are evaluated on what kinds of skills or knowledge they can bring to the country. One person who attended the meeting told aides they heard the latter expletive, while others recalled the president saying the more widely reported "s-thole", according to a person briefed on the meeting but not authorized to speak publicly about private conversations. Phase two of the immigration plan, Graham indicated, would force Trump to sign legislation granting a pathway to full citizenship for nearly 11 million more illegal immigrants in exchange for further border security and moving towards a merit-based immigration system. He was said to have used "shithole" to describe some nations in Africa.

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