The report is based on interviews with more than 36 sources, who claim that the president was infuriated during a meeting in June where he received USA immigration statistics. But the Times story notes that two anonymous officials who served as sources for the article deemed the comments so noteworthy at the time that they told others.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders unsurprisingly denied The New York Times report, saying Trump never uttered those racist phrases, but she did not challenge that the meeting took place.
The newspaper, in the report on Trump's harsh immigration policy, described how he denigrated Nigerians at a meeting with his officials at a meeting in June.
The report was leaked by someone who was at the meeting and confirmed by others who were briefed on the meeting.
New York Times White House correspondent Maggie Haberman tweeted that right before the story written by Michael D. Shear and Julie Hirschfeld Davis was set to publish the White House "pushed out cabinet members to deny the details of POTUS remarks".
"General Kelly, General McMaster, Secretary Tillerson, Secretary Nielsen, and all other ranking staff very the gathering deny these absurd cases and it's both tragic and telling the New York Times would print the lies of their unknown "sources" in any case", Sanders said.
As tensions rose between Mr Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, the room was cleared - but those kicked out could reportedly still hear Mr Trump berating senior advisers.
And the 40,000 from Nigeria would find the U.S. so appealing, they would never "go back to their huts" in Africa, the president said, according to the paper, which cited officials who were at the meeting or learned about it shortly afterward. Tillerson responded by throwing up his arms in frustration and arguing that if he was so bad at his job, maybe he should stop issuing visas altogether, according to The Times.
The White House has vehemently denied that Trump used the words "AIDS" and "huts" in his remarks, though they did not refute The Times' overall characterization of the meeting.
Trump was said to be angered by the rising number of immigrants in the U.S. despite his travel bans.
Hoekstra's response to being shown the clip is truly impressive: He denies using the term " fake news " just moments earlier. Yeah, we would call it fake news . "I don't think I did", Hoekstra says, causing his interviewer to slightly chuckle.
Right now, if Facebook's regular users upload videos that contain Universal's music, the videos will get taken down. In a deal that is the first of its kind, Universal Music Group and Facebook have announced a partnership.
Magic Leap said it uses Lightfield Photonics to generate digital light that blends seamlessly with the real-world lighting. We are more of a premium artisanal computer, " suggesting we are nearly certainly talking about several thousand dollars.
It is not clear if Princess Michael was still wearing the brooch - which depicts a black man in a gold headdress - as the two met. But to wear it at all-especially at an event where a celebrated biracial duchess-to-be would attend-is simply inappropriate.
The victim then got out of his auto and started running and the suspect chased him into the loading dock area of Lambeau Field. Part of the Lambeau Field parking lot was just taped off by the Brown County Sheriff after an incident in the parking lot.
The Lankans ultimately ended up at 172-9, a far cry from India's total which they were looking good to chase down at one point. If being poor with the ball wasn't enough, the tourists showed an even greater ineptitude with their batting.
For a couple of years now there's been a problem occurring with older iPhones which saw them shutting down nearly inexplicably. It said: "My iPhone 6S has been very slow these past few weeks, and even after updating multiple times , it was still slow".
It's the most popular video game on Steam , and Microsoft is hoping this title will garner a huge fanbase on its console. On the bottom of the replay screen is a timeline that includes battles and lets you jump in and watch.
But if there's one thing Belichick doesn't have much patience for (aside from losing), it's distractions plaguing his team. Under the new rules, he can no longer board Patriots flights, be on the sideline, or treat anyone other than Brady .
Sommers told NBC affiliate WDTN that while his parents don't believe the younger child is a bad kid, they do say he's "that kid". A couple from Dayton, Ohio chose to get their son's elementary school teachers a special Christmas gift this year.
The Rays, in turn, receive top infielder prospect Christian Arroyo , minor league pitchers Matt Krook and Stephen Woods . Adding cash to sweeten the deal and taking on Span's contract ultimately helped the Rays nab Arroyo.
In line with ongoing advancements in facial recognition technology , Facebook will do this even if you're not tagged. The company will also tell you when anyone - friend or not - uses a photo of you in their profile picture.
Details on Salvation Army's Christmas dinner
It is the season of giving, and one Oklahoman gave a little bit more than expected this Christmas. That is because the Salvation Army's Christmas Family Feast is on Christmas Day.
Specifications Of Samsung Galaxy J2 (2018) Leaked
The device has been packed with a 5-inch display with Super AMOLED touchscreen providing a resolution of 540×960 pixels. The phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 quad-core SoC with four Cortex A53 cores clocked at 1.4 GHz.
Bitcoin tumbles almost 30 per cent in volatile trading
The CEO of the exchange, Brian Armstrong, claims that employees were "prohibited from trading in bitcoin cash for several weeks". Coinbase , the biggest platform for buying and selling bitcoin , announced on Wednesday that it will be supporting Bitcoin Cash.
The Voice victor announced
Chloe's win marked the sixth time Coach Blake Shelton had the winning artist, a record breaking number for the show. Shelton praised Chloe , saying, "I think it's something that people have been starving for musically".
Cyber Attacks Net North Korea Millions in Virtual Currencies
Microsoft has since gone on to expand on this , detailing the steps taken to prevent further cyber attacks from North Korea. North Korea is amassing an ever-growing pile of bitcoin , likely to fund future cyberattacks, a cybersecurity CEO said.