Trump and his administration have repeatedly denied all of the accusations, with the president most recently tweeting that women he didn't know were making "false accusations". "Quite frankly, I got pretty passionate and I ran a little hot, too".
"It's critical that significant resistance exercise be incorporated into any fat loss plan over age 60", said Dr. Robert Huizenga, who appeared on NBC's, The Biggest Loser.
When it came to talk of extending protections for Haitians, Durbin said Trump replied, "We don't need more Haitians'". He insisted Barack Obama was not born in the U.S. during his presidency and demanded that his predecessor release his birth certificate to demonstrate otherwise. "And I'm telling you it's a gross misrepresentation", Perdue said on ABC's This Week.
The results of President Trump's first formal medical exam since taking office were announced Tuesday, and the big news was that the physician involved, Navy Rear Adm. Ronny L. Jackson, said the 71-year-old president received a flawless score on a cognitive test.
On Twitter, Trump hit out at Democrat Senator Dick Durbin, who was present at last week's meeting and insisted the president used the slur repeatedly.
Trump said Democrats aren't for securing the border or stopping the flow of drugs, but are for taking money away from the military. So it's not going to end poorly.
"To the 700,000+ DACA kids, we're not going to leave you behind".
'I can promise you there's absolutely nothing that I'm withholding, ' he asserted.
Trump has been accused of describing African nations as "shithole countries" during a meeting with USA senators last week. "The concept and the context, I believe, in which this came up was the concept that the president would like to move to a merit-based [immigration] system", she explained, to which Vermont senator Patrick Leahy responded by dryly noting that the quality of "being from Norway" is not, in fact, a skill. "At 71 years old, the president stands almost 6'3" and weighs 239 pounds, reported ABC News.
On Sunday, Vice President Mike Pence, who worshipped at a Baptist church in Maryland, listened as the pastor denounced Trump's use of vulgarity. "I think it had added importance that a member of the President's own party would be that explicit in standing up for what I think is a value that most Americans have to share".
More than 200 women attended, including Anita McBride, the former chief of staff for First Lady Laura Bush; Heather Higgins, the CEO of Independent Women's Voice, and Judy Van Rest, executive vice president of the International Republican Institute.
Graham has not confirmed that the president said the term, but said he addressed with him his feelings about what was said. "That I can tell you".