In an interview, Senator Richard J. Durbin says President Trump’s private immigration comments shed new light on his policy motivations.
The secretary of homeland security was quizzed repeatedly about the vulgar word, or words, said to have been uttered by the president describing African countries.
After uproar around the world over his vulgar remarks on immigration, President Trump declared on Sunday that he is “not a racist,” and blamed Democrats for the legislative failure to protect young undocumented immigrants.
After President Trump used vulgar language about immigrants, TV news grappled with a question: Were his comments racist?
Mr. Kasowitz said his profanity-laced responses were “inappropriate” after a stranger sent an email urging him to resign.
By MATTHEW HAAG April 21, 2017 A Florida state senator who unleashed an expletive-laden rant over drinks with two other lawmakers this week, uttering a racial slur for black people and other vulgarities, resigned from his position on Friday. State Senator...