"Today we mourn his loss, we celebrate his legacy, and we pledge to fight for his dream of equality, freedom, justice and peace", Trump said. The president continued to shake hands with guests and didn't respond to reporters. Moments later, while he was introducing himself to the group assembled for the photo op, the American Urban Radio Network's April Ryan asked "will you give an apology for the statements yesterday?" Thanks to Dr. King and other great Civil Rights leaders, our children grow up believing that no one should be judged on the color of their skin, and that everyone deserves an equal opportunity for a bright future, no matter their background.
National forests in 2018 offer six fee-free days: Monday (Martin Luther King Day), Feb. 19 (Presidents Day), June 19 (National Get Outdoors Day), Sept. 22 (National Public Lands Day) and November 11 and 12 (Veterans Day).
"Mr. President did you refer to African nations as "shitholes"?"
Trump ignored all questions and exited the Roosevelt room.
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Her parents say there were side-effects to the chemotherapy and other medical treatments that brought on seizures. Jack died in 2016 at the age of 15 after he helped usher in the change in his state's medical cannabis rules.
"I think President Trump is racially ignorant or racially uninformed", Farris explained.
"The president said to me that he's not the guy being described in the media", Isaac Newton Farris Jr. told CNN outside the White House after Trump signed a proclamation honoring the King holiday on Monday.
"Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?" Republicans present are also not denying the remarks. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., supported the gist of the Post's story.
"In August, Trump defended white supremacists involved in the Charlottesville Unite the Right rally by calling them ". According to Farris Jr., Trump assured them that "I am not the person that the media is making me out to be".