Former Trump campaign manager mocks 10-year-old migrant with down syndrome

Ex-Trump campaign manager says 'womp womp' after he's told story of Down syndrome child ripped from immigrant mother

'How Dare You!': Corey Lewandowski Mocks Girl with Down Syndrome Who was 'Caged' by Border Agents

"I read about a 10-year-old girl with Down syndrome who is taken from her mother and put in a cage", Petkanas said.

"Did you just say "Wah wah" to a 10-year-old with Down syndrome being taken from her mother?"

It went on from there, with Petkanas repeatedly wondering how Lewandowski could dare say something so despicable and with Lewandowski saying that when you commit a crime in this country, you forfeit your right to be with your family. An incensed Petkanas repeatedly stated to Lewandowksi, "how dare you?!" In the middle of his comments, fellow guest Corey Lewandowski cut in.

In addition to being ousted as Trump's campaign manager, Lewandowski was charged with battery in March 2016 for assaulting a reporter; accused of touching the singer Joy Villa without her consent; and spent a lot of time on cable television as the administration's cheerleader.

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Then, Lewandowski refused to apologize for the remark when asked about it on Fox News Wednesday morning. Videgaray described her detention as "heartbreaking". But the Democratic strategist quickly fact-checked the Trump surrogate, as MediaIte reported, explaining that under Obama, children were detained separately from their parents nearly exclusively when they arrived at the border unaccompanied by any adult.

President Donald Trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski cynically dismissed a report claiming that disabled children were being separated from their undocumented migrant parents at the border.

Lewandowski flatly rejected that notion and said that the "American people" owed an apology to people who were "killed by illegal aliens".

Lewandowski's defense of the policy was also troublesome because the super PAC he works for received a $5,000 contribution from the GEO Group, which helps run the kind of immigration detention centers that Trump's "zero tolerance" immigration policy use. Under the Obama Administration, children that crossed the border with their parents were usually allowed to stay with one parent.

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