Trump denies vulgarity; talked ‘tough’ on immigration, he admits


Photographs by The New York Times/DOUG MILLS

Sens. Tom Cotton (left) of Arkansas and David Perdue of Georgia, shown in August at the White House, said Friday that they did not recall President Donald Trump using vulgar language in a meeting on immigration policy.

President Donald Trump acknowledged Friday that he used "tough" language during a meeting about a bipartisan immigration proposal that he rejected, reportedly using a vulgar term to refer to some countries.

President Donald Trump hands a pen to Isaac Newton Farris Jr., nephew of Martin Luther King, after signing a proclamation Friday honoring the holiday ...

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