Trump honors Black History Month in a very Trump-like way

Trump honors Black History Month in a very Trump-like way

Trump honors Black History Month in a very Trump-like way

Presidents Obama, George W Bush and Clinton followed the tradition. The company is also launching a Black History Month emoticon and will also encourage employees to participate in events that will commemorate the event.

The world may never know whether President Trump just got a little sloppy with his verb tenses on Wednesday morning or simply had no idea that the famous black abolitionist Frederick Douglass was, in fact, dead.

The President referred to the group that was attending the hearing, calling them unique and thanking them for their help for improving his image with the African-American community. Trump said his nominee was "outstanding in every way".

In particular, Trump praised the National Museum of African American History and Culture, but when he did, he seemed to suggest that Frederick Douglass, a 19th-century African-American abolitionist who died in 1895, was still alive.

During his speech, Donald Trump made many attempts to talk about members of the black community, but quickly digressed into other topics. I'm proud to honor this heritage. Usually, these statements recognize or celebrate the accomplishments of African-Americans.

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President Trump kicked off Black History Month with what was billed as a listening session, but turned the White House event into another opportunity to bitch out the news media for not portraying him in a flattering light.

'It's one thing to pose for a photo op and it's another to offer real solutions.

The Atlantic asked, simply: "Does Donald Trump actually know who Frederick Douglass was?" and said that Trump's remarks were "transparently empty".

"They reached out. I didn't reach out to them ... they believe in this administration". "They respect you", Scott told Trump.

Scott said the gangs want to "lower the body count", in Chicago, which has one of the nation's worst murder rates. And "Black History Month" still appears to be appropriate to use coming from the White House. Ben is going to be doing that big league. And now we're going to take that to new levels.

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