Corey Lewandowski Mocks Story of Girl with Down Syndrome Separated from Mother

Corey Lewandowski

Corey Lewandowski, campaign manager for Donald Trump, leaves the Four Seasons Hotel after a meeting with Trump and Republican donors, June 9, 2016 in New York City.

According to Petkanas, in one particularly heart-wrenching incident, a 10-year old girl who has Down's Syndrome was taken from her mother and confined to "a cage" recently at a border crossing, by immigration officials.

The immigration debate reached a boiling point Tuesday night when President Trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski mocked a 10-year-old girl with Down syndrome. "How absolutely dare you sir".

Meanwhile, Petkanas asked Lewandowski: "How dare you?" "How dare you? How dare you?"

The Trump insider's prime-time appearance sent the exact message the White House has been attempting to counter in recent days.

Who will win today’s Russian Federation vs Egypt match?
While there was another penalty appeal waved away, Egypt struggled to create another chance as the match finished 3-1. But the challenge is far from over as they take on an Egypt side that could well see Mohamed Salah back after injury.

Later in the same segment, after Lewandowski had "explained" that he was not mocking a disabled child but rather the idea that people cared about the disabled child, Fox host Sandra Smith circled back, asking generically about the level of "rhetoric" in discussions of family separation at our border.

Lewandowski attempted to falsely blame the Obama Administration for enacting the policy, which is not true.

Lewandowski talked over Petkanas' response, saying, "What I said is you can pick anything you want, the bottom line is clear".

The Daily Caller posted video of the full exchange. "This man should not be afforded a national platform to spew his hate", advised Kelly, now at NBC News. "Democrats don't just represent progressive values, we also represent the middle & even the middle right because of how far the GOP has shifted".

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