Published: Wed, June 20, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Lewandowski mocks migrant girl with Down syndrome: 'Wah wah'

Lewandowski mocks migrant girl with Down syndrome: 'Wah wah'

During the appearance, Lewandowski's fellow guest, the Democratic strategist Zac Petkanas, told the story of a 10-year-old girl with Down syndrome who was "taken from her mother and put in a cage".

Lewandowski accused Petkanas of trying to use the girl's story to politicize the issue, arguing that families who cross the border illegally are separated because the United States is a "nation of laws".

When another Fox panelist mentioned that story, Lewandowski responded with "Wah wah". "How dare you, how absolutely dare you sir, how dare you".

"I think that was a awful mistake", said Scaramucci, who shares a good relationship with Lewandowski, on WABC's "Bernie and Sid in the Morning" in NY.

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"How dare you?" he repeated.

He described recent cases involving Mexican children, including a 10-year-old Mexican girl with Down syndrome who last week was separated from her mother after they crossed the border.

The children's father, a legal USA resident, is working with the Mexican consulate to get them released, Mexican foreign minister Luis Videgaray told CNN.

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"Speaking of not being a patsy or a pushover, you ever watch Corey Lewandowski on the shows?"

"We are working to release the girl, so she can reunite with her father", Videgaray said. First, the dodginess: We know what Lewandowski meant when he said "womp womp"; he was diminishing the trauma of a child being taken away from her mother.

During a Fox News segment on Tuesday, the Lowell native participated in a discussion about the administration's policy of separating families who have illegally enter the country at the border. Among those who spoke out against Lewandowski's comment were former Fox News personality Megyn Kelly, current Fox News contributor Guy Benson and March for Our Lives advocate Ryan Deitsch.

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