The use of the word "breeding" in the context of crime is fairly common and Trump has used it in past rhetoric about sanctuary cities. "Certainly, I think it can mean a lot of things to a lot of people, but the president is talking about a growing problem", Sanders replied.
"What does it mean though?" "Sorry, I've answered a couple", she said.
But Trump sowed confusion Sunday when he tweeted that the regime had "agreed" to denuclearize. Federal agents raided his home, hotel room and office earlier this month, seizing financial records, communications between him and his clients and materials related to payments to two women who alleged they had affairs with Trump.
"And we're going to continue the maximum pressure campaign that has been ongoing to North Korea until we see concrete actions taken toward complete and total denuclearisation", White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters at her daily news conference on Monday. Soooo many Sanctuary areas want OUT of this ridiculous, crime infested & breeding concept. "Want Security & Safety NOW!"
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) called it "despicable" and CNN claimed last week that it was referring to immigrants and was racist. Actor John Cusack went as far as calling it "Nazi talk". "But what does "breeding" mean?"More news: Chickasha drive-in theater to show Oklahoma City Thunder game on big screen
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White House correspondent for the American Urban Radio Networks, April Ryan, followed up on Acosta's question.
Asked how the president defines denuclearization, Huckabee Sanders responded, "it means that North Korea doesn't have or isn't testing nuclear missiles".
Another reporter then asked Sanders to clarify her statement, saying that, "when you think of breeding, you think of animals breeding and populating". Since Sanders didn't directly answer the question, an exasperated Burnett spoke to Ryan and said that "it's not funny" how the White House press secretary wouldn't elaborate. But the President is talking about a growing problem.
"I haven't got the rest so as to add", Sanders stated.