When another Fox panelist, Democratic strategist Zac Petkanas, mentioned that story, Lewandowski responded with "Wah wah".
"How dare you!" Petkanas said repeatedly as the pair continued to talk over each other.
"Did you just say "whuh whuh" to a 10-year-old with Down syndrome?"
Lewandowski said that Petkanas can pick out any story he wants, but emphasized that the people at the heart of the stories crossed the border illegally. "How dare you, how absolutely dare you sir, how dare you". The children were then sent to a detention center in McAllen, Texas, while their mother was sent to Brownsville, an hour away. During a press conference on Tuesday, Mexico's Foreign Affairs Minister Luis Videgaray remarked, "From conviction and by constitutional obligation, we can not remain indifferent before an inhumane and cruel situation".
England score ODI world record 481-6 against Australia
They had in fact set the previous record of 444-3 against Pakistan two years ago, passing that total by some distance. For Australia it was the stuff of which nightmares are made, and Andrew Tye was made to suffer more than anyone.
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen, left, shakes hands with Mexico's Secretary of Foreign Affairs Luis Videgaray during a photo opportunity at their joint press conference in Mexico City, Monday, March 26, 2018. Their father, a United States resident, is trying to gain custody of them.
The Department of Justice moved earlier this year to prosecute illegal border crossers to the fullest extent of the law, resulting in children being separated from their families and detained as the adults are prosecuted.
It all happened on Fox News Tuesday night.