Homeland Security secretary grilled over Trump 's---hole' comments


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  • MandalayBay328

    Her lack of memory has me curious if she's even fit to hold the position of director of HOMELAND SECURITY. I mean, after all, if she can't remember a 10 minute meeting, how is she possibly going to remember pertinent things related to our security???

  • Bev Guyer

    She was clearly lying. It's a shame that Nielsen, Cotton a Perdue have sold their souls to the devil. Trump obviously said 'that' word and now they are just doing damage control. Sarah Slanders is another one who has a confirmed reservation in he77.

  • Barbara Smith

    "The people coming across the southern border live in hellholes. They don’t like that. They want to come here. Our problem is we can’t have everybody in the world who lives in a hellhole come to America" Sen. Lindsey Graham in 2013.

  • jake

    Amazing. Trump said he would surround himself with all the best people in his administration. Now when under oath, none of them can remember s---- much less "s----hole". So much for "America's best"! rofl....

  • Siestasis42

    Shame, this woman sacrificed her personal integrity for politics and to stay on the right side of Trump. Shame shame shame. She will forever be known as a liar.

  • Social Adjudicator

    Trying to make a case of "racism and bigotry" due to the use of an unsavory term is weak at best; if used, it's reference was toward them being Third World Countries, without color or creed as a factor.

  • Pologize3

    SMH. Donald and his administration even suck at lying. That's sad.

  • Jrducky

    What kind of ignorant people are representing us?
    Half can’t remember and the other half denies it completely!!!

  • Sal Monela

    This woman lied and basically tarnished her reputation for what? Donald Trump?
    Bad decision on her part, and one she will regret.

  • CaptnBlynd

    She said "No, I do not remember hearing anything like that." She said that because she does not remember it being said. This is simple English. It is not avoidance. It is not ambiguous. No person can state "That was not said" because they may not have heard it when it was spoken on the other side of the room. Legal advisers will tell "witnesses" to phrase their answer this way for this reason.

    So far, it seems no one heard it said. That is why no one remembers it being said.

    From a "breaking news" article (Where this all came from):
    WASHINGTON (Reuters)
    according to the sources, who asked not to be identified.
    One of the sources who was briefed on the conversation said that Trump said

    So, of course, no one believes witness testimony when we have such condemning proof.