On Sunday, members of three congregations here in Detroit will gather for an interfaith celebration of Dr. King.
On Thursday, The Washington Post reported that Trump questioned in a meeting with lawmakers on Thursday why the USA would accept immigrants from "s--hole countries" like Haiti or in Africa rather than in places like Norway. "I think that President Trump is racially uninformed or racially ignorant".
A source familiar with the meeting told CNN that Carson was speaking with Trump about how to handle the controversy when the President turned to Farris Jr. and offered his explanation. According to Farris Jr., Trump assured them that "I am not the person that the media is making me out to be". He's trying to deny that he used those words.
President Trump with Isaac Newton Farris Jr.
"Teachers will teach you the standard curriculum and you have to get the ones that will go out of their way to take the initiative to instruct you on more ethnically diverse situations that happened in our past because history can repeat itself", said Amyra.
Trump had been widely slammed since The Washington Post reported Thursday that he had referred to Haiti, El Salvador and Africa as " s**thole countries" in a bipartisan meeting with senators on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Dick Durbin, the Illinois Democrat who was in the room when the president complained that people from those nations should not be welcomed as immigrants.
In a statement, Sen.
Also in celebration of King, ODU senior, Montae Taylor will receive the Rising Community Leader Award at the Urban League of Hampton Roads' breakfast on January 15 in Norfolk.
"So, that's what he said today in front of the cameras, but remember behind the cameras this is what the president just said yesterday", Lemon said before repeating Trump's previous racist remarks.
Trump refused to answer questions about the controversy during an event on Friday at the White House, when a reporter twice asked him, "Are you a racist?"