"I feel glad that I chose that route", she said.
The Dallas teacher is now breathing a sigh of relief when it comes to her immigration status. He wanted to sneak one past the president.
Perdue described the reports that Trump used the word as a "gross misrepresentation".
These are familiar themes, of course: the vulgarity, the racially-charged comments, the notion that Trump changes his mind based on the last person he's spoken to are tropes you could apply to half the big news from the last year. And that's just the latest example. I stick with my original interpretation.
In that meeting, according to Durbin and multiple reports, Trump referred to Haiti and countries in Africa with vulgar language, indicating he didn't want immigrants from those nations in the U.S., but would prefer more Europeans. After sending out several tweets on the matter, Trump spoke out to the media [VIDEO]. People briefed on the conversation also say that during the meeting the president also questioned the need to admit more Haitians to the U.S. And of the Republicans at the meeting who have spoken out, they've offered vague, confusing and even contradictory explanations of what happened.
White House officials did not immediately dispute the Post report.
She also qualified for the DACA program and would have to choose one option.
The Children, Families, and Elder Affairs committee voted in favor of the bill by a vote of three to two.
"I don't know if there was some other recording device that was being used within the Oval Office", Durbin said. Eighty percent of the people would like to begin to fix the broken immigration system. It was vile. It was hateful.
"Don't throw hatred at the president. It is also not considered routine", said former ABC News correspondent Ann Compton, who covered every White House from President Gerald Ford through President Barack Obama. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and some Republicans.
It's bad enough that the president of the United States is an inveterate liar. Lindsey Graham were mistaken in indicating Trump had.
The decision came after a federal judge in California issued a nationwide injunction on Tuesday ordering the Trump administration to resume the DACA program.
And on Monday he tweeted that Mr Durbin had "totally misrepresented what was said".
"How does it end?"
-The poll showed a 50-50 split between whether undocumented immigrants should be deported. Day when we commemorate the battle for civil rights. It's not the president and his enablers.
Of course, that's when the cameras were rolling.
In Washington, it's often safe to assume that everyone has an agenda for saying (or not saying) what they're saying. But a president must be professional and respectful, not insulting and bullying.
Five days later and we're still on this, huh?
World leaders have denounced Trump's comments as racist.
"I know the bipartisan proposal discussed at the White House can get a lot of support from both sides". It's time for him to start acting like it.