Florida State's football recruiting department issued an apology Monday after tweeting and subsequently deleting an image of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. into a graphic containing the team's slogan, "Do something", to celebrate the holiday honoring the civil rights icon.
Trump's stop by the memorial - to observe a moment of silence without extended public remarks - appeared to be a last-minute addition to his calendar.
"It's a great day". "Thank you for being here".
Trump began his day with an early-morning tweet honoring King and the unity for which he fought.
The proclamation cited job growth and new criminal justice reform laws as strides made during his administration.
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"After we attacked him, he went by a drive by of the King Memorial, a 90-second stop, which is an epitome of an insult", Sharpton said.
During his Sunday interview on CBS, Pence said that Trump's call for a border wall was as "inspiring" to Americans as MLK's call for civil rights. "You think of how he changed America". "He inspired us to change through legislative process to become a more flawless union".
"Good morning everybody. Great day, it's a handsome day", Trump said.
The Science Center of Iowa is offering free general admission on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. "Martin Luther King Jr. would say love, not hate, will make America great".
The Reverend Al Sharpton speaks during the National Action Network Breakfast on January 21, 2019, in Washington, D.C. Martin Luther King III was among the attendees.