The President's comments come after he held on-camera bipartisan talks at the White House last week in which he appeared open to making a deal with both Republicans and Democrats.
The government spokesperson Mr Eric Kiraithe on Thursday told journalists that the remark by President Trump was not necessarily directed at Kenya. "I think that's largely the case with President Trump". Durbin said Graham used the president's own explicit words to criticize Trump. Durbin has said repeatedly. Sen. Tim Scott told The Post and Courier that Graham, who was at the meeting, told him the reported comments are "basically accurate", and Graham told the paper Monday that his "memory hasn't evolved".
"My father sees one color, green", Trump said on "Fox and Friends" Wednesday morning.
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Several senior Republican lawmakers at the meeting, including Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, have said they do not recall Mr Trump making the remark. On Sunday, they backtracked and challenged other senators' descriptions of the remarks.
The unique protest is part of the continued backlash towards Trump's reportedly vulgar language describing third world countries. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., over immigration in a tweet on Monday. "And I'm telling you it's a gross misrepresentation".
Last week, Trump had questioned why the United States would want to have immigrants from Haiti and African nations, referring to some as "shithole countries". "Deals can't get made when there is no trust!"
Trump insisted afterward in a tweet that he "never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country. They want to take money away from our military". "Since taking office, he has looked away from the disaster zone in Puerto Rico, he has called some violent white supremacists "very fine people", and he has described Nigerians as living in "huts", writes Ibram X. Kendi, a professor of history and global relations at Washington DC's American University, in The New York Times. She didn't "dispute the president was using tough language". "That I can tell you", Trump told reporters in Florida when entering Trump International Golf Course for a dinner with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
Some Democrats have threatened to vote against legislation to extend government funding, which expires on Friday, unless protections for the Dreamers are included.
She says: "I would just like to say I do clearly abhor violence in all of its forms".