Trump Shows His 'Regard' For Black History Month

Black History Month celebrated at the North Carolina Museum of History

"I think until this Black History Month, a lot of times I think it's been about learning in the past, and this Black History month, I think it's going to be about taking action", said Juhanna.

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"I am very proud now that we have a museum at the National Mall where people can learn about Reverend King, so many other things", he said.

The following is from President Donald Trump's remarks at a Black History Month event with African Americans.

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President Trump kicked off Black History Month by straying a little off-topic during a listening session at the White House on Wednesday.

The president interrupted his comments during the White House ceremony to rehash a report that turned out to be false saying a bust of Martin Luther King Jr. had been removed from the Oval Office. During what was supposed to be a listening event, Trump hijacked the platform to complain about fake news, media bias, and to call the press the opposition party.

"I think he wants to highlight the contributions that he has made", Spicer said.

"Everything about the quote, including the tenses, makes it sound like Trump sees Douglass as a tireless activist whose good work is being noticed more and more as his life goes on", it wrote. Fake news! The statue is cherished. Presumably, he knows that those other people are dead. "And we'll be honoring it more and more". Law enforcement was also a point, as Trump then promised that communities will be made "safer" and that it will be achieved with "law enforcement". Right now it's bad.

Pictures, newspaper clippings, and letters of notable people, businesses, churches, and schools from Fort Smith's African American community dating back to the early 1800s adorn the walls. And now we're going to take that to new levels.

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