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Sanders, Acosta-clash-over-question about the children of immigrants
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, says President trump tried separately, the problem of immigrant children from their parents.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders CNN’s Jim Acosta struck on Thursday, said she knew it was “hard” for him, “short sentences” in the midst of a conversation during the daily press briefing.
After a question about North Korea, Acosta Sanders asked about comments made by state attorney General Jeff Sessions earlier in the day, in the sessions cited a verse from the Bible, while you try to explain to you a migration background are the children, the separation from their parents.
“Can I just ask a second question, which are completely independent of each other, on this children, asked separated from their families as they come across the border,” Acosta. “The attorney General said earlier today, that somehow there is a justification in the Bible. Where in the Bible that it is moral to take children away from their mothers?”
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In response, Sanders initially said she was aware of what was said in the meetings, but added, “that enforce it to be very biblical, not the right.”
“This is actually repeated a number of times in the entire Bible,” she said before I cut in with the question of “where in the Bible it says that it is okay, take the children away from their parents?”
After Sanders said she would not answer, Sessions’ “special comments, which I have not seen,” Acosta replied, “Well, you just said it is in the Bible, to follow the law.”
“That’s not what I said. I know it’s hard for you to understand, even short sentences, I think, but please don’t take my words out of context,” Sanders fired back, before they close, the actions of the government at the border “is the product of the same legal loopholes that the Democrats refuse to,” and that Trump was “easy to enforce” the laws.
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Mockery of kinds, went out of the group after Sanders’ “short phrases” – comment, like Acosta, the face remained relatively expressionless.
But the CNN correspondent picked up where he had stopped, probing, “How is it then moral to take the policy, you children away from their parents?” and “Why is the government doing this?”
“Because it is the law, and that is what the law says,” said Sanders.
“You don’t have the right to do you have that,” Acosta replied, before Sanders leveled blame at Democrats who “failed at the table to come” and “not the President, could help close these gaps and fix the problem.”
Brian Karem, a Playboy magazine, a reporter, is also a CNN political analyst, intervened on the subject, yelled Sanders, while she was responding to another reporter’s question: “You parents are a part of, do you have any empathy for what these people go through?”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.