Trump has denied using the word, though he has said the conversation was tough and has spoken privately with friends about the remark playing well with his base.
"It's an honour for me to be able to contribute, to assessing the president of the United States".
Jackson said Trump had performed well on a cognitive assessment, which the president had requested in a bid to put to rest rumours about his mental health.
Still, the fact that the senators lied on behalf of Trump alone is not the issue here, as Rubin added that the more that details regarding the meeting and what the president actually said come to light, "the more nakedly racist and dishonest he appears".
During a press conference last February, Mr Trump asked her if she would set up a meeting for him with members of the Congressional Black Caucus.
"The African Union Mission condemns the comments in the strongest terms and demands a retraction of the comment as well as an apology not only to Africans but to all people of African descent around the globe".
But he's uniquely proud of one thing, and he hopes the president draws lessons from it: This shows how immigrants, and Arabs, can make valuable contributions to American society.
"I'm not going to vote for a CR", Graham told reporters Wednesday.
In her statement Wednesday, Nielsen said she is "thoroughly disappointed" that attention keeps being given to the meeting, when "we have serious and urgent border and immigration issues to address".
Tuesday's report, released by the departments of Justice and Homeland Security, examined the convictions for terrorism-related offences in federal court from September 11, 2001, through the end of 2016.
The official praised countries such as Australia and Canada for awarding points to would-be immigrants for certain qualifications or attributes.
The Nigerian foreign ministry statement noted the "very warm and cordial relations that presently exist" between Nigeria and the U.S. The White House said the current immigration system jeopardises the US' national security, reiterating its call to end the chain migration and visa lottery system.
"Apologies. I don't remember [a] specific word", Nielsen said during the hearing. "There just aren't that many foreign-born terrorists". The report also included a discussion of honour killings and female genital mutilation in the United States. There is no denying that some countries have gone from "poor and backward" to "developed;" while others have had incompetent leaders who cared more about political power and while they have gone from poor to very wealthy themselves, the countries they have led have joined other s--holes. The admission of any foreign national who goes on to commit a terrorism-related offense or who conspires to support terrorists is simply an unacceptable outcome for the USA, no matter what, the official said.
Trump is now taking several types of daily medication, Jackson wrote, including aspirin; Rosuvastatin to lower cholesterol; Finasteride to aid in the prevention of male pattern hair loss; Ivermectin to treat rosaccea when needed; and a multivitamin product.