President Trump says he wants immigrants from 'everywhere'

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I don't dispute that the president was using tough language.

He took Nielsen to task, quoting Martin Luther King Jr. on the ills of bystanders remaining silent.

Seventy-five percent of those convicted of worldwide terrorism-related offenses are foreign born, the Trump administration said Tuesday seeking to buttress President's Donald Trump's sought immigration overhauls.

"You can only imagine, the panic, the terror, the chaos and confusion that ensued when over a million people in Hawaii, plus many visitors who were visiting Hawaii, got that alert on their cellphones", Gabbard, a Democrat, told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos on Sunday. "You "don't remember.' You 'can't remember" the words of your commander-in-chief".

As the firestorm over Trump's comment began late last week, the White House and Trump's National Security Council provided no guidance to the State Department about what to say to foreign countries who were incensed, said a USA official familiar with the conversations between the White House and other federal agencies.

"Excuse me", Booker said. Bipartisan lawmakers Lindsey Graham and Dick Durbin were in the meeting when Trump made his remarks. "Domestic terrorism just means 'not affiliated with Muslim groups.' If you're a Neo-Nazi terrorist in the United States, even if you're Canadian or French, you're a domestic terrorist". "That's unacceptable to me". "Graham use profanity?" Durbin followed up. This is as preposterous as her response to a question that she was unaware Norway is a predominantly white country.

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When host Chris Wallace asked again, she added, "It was an impassioned conversation, I don't recall that specific phrase being used".

The report, produced at the direction of Trump, found that approximately three out of every four individuals convicted of terrorism-related charges between September 11, 2001 and December 31, 2016 are foreign-born individuals who entered the United States through its immigration system.

Administration officials and lawmakers spent the holiday weekend debating the precise presidential vulgarity used, and moved to cast last Thursday's White House meeting as a salty affair, with expletives flying in all directions.

The homeland security secretary is facing a grilling from senators in the wake of the President's remarks. Booker asked at the Senate Judiciary Hearing. For the sake of argument, let's say she doesn't personally recall the president's statements.

Feinstein referenced recent reports that Nielsen's department was continuing to consider a practice of separating children from parents when apprehended at the border - a policy first suggested past year by then-Secretary John Kelly. "Not only would such a systemic policy infringe on the constitutional rights of parents". She said: "Why did NBC give him a show for a decade on TV".

"I know what happened".