Sen. Booker chastising DHS chief creates twitterstorm

Sen. Booker chastising DHS chief creates twitterstorm

Sen. Booker chastising DHS chief creates twitterstorm

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen looks on during a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill Tuesday.

On Tuesday, Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) attacked Nielsen, saying that her "silence" and "amnesia" on the issue is "complicit" with Trump's actions.

'The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used.

Nielsen then said she was struck more by the fact that the conversation had gotten to a place where "inappropriate language" was used by other people in the Oval Office in front of the president.

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Administration officials and lawmakers spent the holiday weekend debating the precise presidential vulgarity used, and moved to cast last Thursday's White House meeting as a salty affair, with expletives flying in all directions.

Booker said he had "tears of rage" over the comments and called her testimony "unacceptable". On Tuesday, Graham said that the president said that the immigration deal had to be bipartisan, had to secure the border, had to institute a merit-based system and had to be fair to undocumented immigrants.

Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin of IL, who confirmed Trump's language at last Thursday's meeting, indicated one sticking point in immigration negotiations was the president's insistence that Congress appropriate all the money he wants to build a border wall with Mexico this year - rather than spreading the appropriations and construction out over a longer period. Dick Durbin, D-Ill.

"I don't know where that guy went", he said.

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Asked about Kelly, the South Carolina Republican said the chief of staff is "a fine man, but he's part of the staff".

"I'm not going to get into all the details of a private meeting".

"Sen. Graham spoke up in a way that I very much respect, countering what the president had said about countries in Africa, reminding the president that his family did not come to America with great skills or wealth, but they came here as most families do: looking for a chance to prove themselves and make this a better nation", Durbin said. "It's fair to say the president reacted strongly to that".

Lemire reported from Washington.

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