The Trump administration are honoring the man who saved America from racism, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday as the nation commemorates MLK Day. Department of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, FBI Director Christopher Wray and King's son, Martin Luther King III, delivered remarks at the MLK Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C.
"Dr. King understood no man is an island and that we rise and fall together," said Director Wray, telling crowds at the memorial the ways his bureau is improving its relations with the communities it serves. He added, "lack of equal opportunity hurts all of us, discrimination against one person hurts the whole community and hate against one becomes hate against all."
Trump's Letter To Reed Cooper
WINNING: Petition To Remove Rashida Tlaib From Office Hits 100K GOAL - White House To Respond Feb. 3
Pathetic Mitt Romney: Trump's Treatment Of CNN Is 'Disgusting'
WINNING: Trump's Approval Rating Skyrockets, Reaches 90%
Reed Cooper is a fourteen-year-old Trump activist who runs Reed Cooper News. He combats liberal fake news outlets and fights for President Trump every day.