Trump on Slavery: ‘Boy, That’s Not Good’

Trump on Slavery: ‘Boy, That’s Not Good’
President Trump on Wednesday visited the National Museum of African American History and Culture and was reportedly moved to audibly comment on the horrific nature of slavery during his tour. Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece Alveda King accompanied the president and, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, said that when Trump came upon a stone auction block for selling slaves, he commented: “Boy, that is just not good. That is not good.” Later, when he saw a set of shackles used on slave children, he said, according to King: “That is really bad. That is really bad.”

One thought on “Trump on Slavery: ‘Boy, That’s Not Good’

  1. Clearly the PUSA of 2017 didn’t know what has happened and was done to the people who were enslaved, would one not expect from the PUSA to know factually what has been done to those people who were forced to move from their homeland to the New World as slaves?

    Is it not a disgrace that the President of the United States of America does not know the facts that the ancestors of the Black People in 2017 had to endure?

    Perhaps the Black Community should sent 247365 documentation to the White House, informing the President of the USA of what has been done to their ancestors, as well as sent the same info to ALL members of Government, Congress, White House Staff, Governors, lawmakers all over and in the county, to INFORM them, to provide them with the facts of the past!


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