Lawmakers are reacting to reports of vulgar comments by President Trump made during a meeting on immigration. Several Republicans as well as Democrats have slammed the remarks, but two GOP senators in the meeting, Perdue and Cotton, say they do not specifically recall the comments. Washington Post congressional reporter Sean Sullivan joins CBSN with more.


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