Steve Bannon: Martin Luther King Would Be Proud of Donald TrumpBreaking News
tags: MLK, Trump, Steve Bannon
Sure, let's listen to the guy who ran a racist website with a "Black Crime" section on how Martin Luther King, Jr., would see things today. https://t.co/5PtVdSF7Wg— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) May 23, 2018
Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist, claimed the black civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. “would be proud” of President Donald Trump.
Bannon, whose relationship with Trump soured after he left the White House in August 2017 during a politically rocky period, made the comments to the U.K.’s BBC Newsnight program in an interview set to air Wednesday night in Britain.
“Donald Trump has the lowest black unemployment in history,” Bannon said. “Donald Trump has the lowest hispanic unemployment in 25 years.
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