Hopes Dim for DACA Deal as Lawmakers Battle Over Trump’s Immigration Remarks

Hopes Dim for DACA Deal as Lawmakers Battle Over Trump’s Immigration Remarks


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Hopes Dim for DACA Deal as Lawmakers Battle Over Trump’s Immigration Remarks
NY Times ^ | Jan. 14, 2018 | THOMAS KAPLAN and NOAH WEILAND

Posted on 01/14/2018 5:36:54 PM PST by Innovative

The senator, David Perdue of Georgia, said Mr. Trump “did not use that word,” and he accused another participant in the White House meeting, Senator Richard J. Durbin, Democrat of Illinois, of a “gross misrepresentation” of what the president had said at the session.

He and another Republican senator at the meeting, Tom Cotton of Arkansas, had previously said they did “not recall the president saying these comments specifically.” But by Sunday, their recollections appeared to have sharpened, and Mr. Cotton joined Mr. Perdue in disputing Mr. Durbin’s account.

But in Congress, the battle took on an increasingly personal dimension as Mr. Perdue and Mr. Cotton essentially accused Mr. Durbin of lying about the president’s comments, even after the vulgar remarks were widely reported and the White House did not immediately dispute that the president had made them.

Mr. Cotton said Mr. Durbin “has a history of misrepresenting what happens in White House meetings,” an assertion that Mr. Perdue made in his own interview Sunday morning on ABC’s “This Week.”

(Excerpt) Read more at nytimes.com


TOPICS: News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: cotton; daca; durbin; foullanguage; immigration; perdue; trump


Yes, I can believe that the Dems are willing to make up such lies, to try to hurt President Trump.


To: Innovative

It’s backfiring on the Dems \o/ ,LOL


To: Innovative

Democrats are such pillars of decent society they refuse to work with the likes of Trump…


To: Innovative

“Hopes dim for DACA”

Winning!

4 posted on 01/14/2018 5:39:02 PM PST by Pelham (all warfare is based on deception)

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