There were a total of six people present at the controversial White House immigration meeting where President Trump referred to Haiti, El Salvador, and African countries as shitholes, according to known liar Dick Durbin.

Four of those in attendance have affirmed that President Trump did not use the word “shithole” when referring to those countries.

Senators David Perdue and Tom Cotton have so affirmed as well as President Trump, and now DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.

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This leaves only Durbin himself, and Rino Lindsey Graham, who I trust as much as I trust John McCain, as those present at the meeting. Graham has not said that President Trump used the word “shithole.” He has only suggested in the vaguest language that Durbin’s account is “basically accurate,” whatever that means.