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July 21 2018, 08:10 | Irvin Gilbert
"Did you say "Womp womp" to a 10-year-old with Down syndrome being taken from her mother?" fellow panelist Zac Petkanas, a Democratic strategist, asked in disbelief.
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".
A spokesperson for Fox News did not immediately respond to whether Fox News will continue to have Lewandowski on after his comments. An incensed Petkanas repeatedly stated to Lewandowksi, "how dare you?!"
Anna Kendrick was short with her response, calling Lewandowski a "piece of sh*t" and Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn said, "This is who Trump has sticking up for him, and how".
Sessions "zero tolerance" policy of arresting and criminally charging anyone who crosses the border illegally has led to an uptick in the separation of children and parents.
On Wednesday, in the face of outrage on social media and morning TV news shows, Lewandowski appeared on Fox News again.
"We need Democrats to act with us and pass more funding to fund those detention facilities", she said.
"I owe an apology to the children whose parents are putting them in a position that is forcing them to be separated?" he continued.
President Donald Trump has argued that he sees no alternative to family separations in order to ensure illegal immigrants do not "pour into" and "infest" the country.
He departed the Trump campaign in June 2016 following reports that his influence had waned.
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) confirmed that it separated a child with Down's syndrome from her mother earlier this month.
Videgaray called the policy of separating children from their families "cruel and inhumane" and said Mexico had a "moral responsibility" to speak out. The American people owe an apology to those people.