In his newest weekly address video, President Trump honored Black History Month and praised the black community for all of their contributions to American life.
Here’s a partial transcript via Real Clear Politics:
Trump Weekly Address: Shaking Up The World, Black History Museum, Addressing Congress
PRESIDENT TRUMP: “As Black History Month 2017 comes to a close, I am very grateful for the many wonderful opportunities to honor African American heroes, faith leaders, entrepreneurs and the many others who changed the course of our Nation. We are blessed by the lives and examples of those who have made this Nation a beacon of freedom, talent, and unbreakable American spirit.
This week, I had the privilege of visiting the National Museum of African American History and Culture right here in Washington, D.C. It’s a new, beautiful Smithsonian museum that serves as a shining example of African Americans’ incredible contributions to our culture, our society, and our history. It also tells of the great struggle for freedom and equality that prevailed against the sins of slavery and the injustice of discrimination.
The work and love of the people who helped create such a masterpiece is a testament to the legacy of so many leaders it honors. I left that museum confident that together, America can overcome any challenge.”
Watch the video:
As Trump has repeatedly said: He’s president for all Americans.
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