Donald Trump and Martin Luther King III had a “constructive” meeting at Trump Tower on Monday.
After the late reverend’s son exited the elevators and said goodbye to the president-elect, he was asked by reporters what the two discussed upstairs.
When asked what his father’s message to Trump would be if he were alive today, King said, “I think my father would be concerned about the fact that there are 50 million people living in poverty in this country. We have to create a climate for all votes to be lifted. It’s insanity we have poor people in nation.”
“When we work together, we know we can roll up our sleeves,” he said. “There is nothing we as Americans can’t door.”
— ABC News (@ABC) January 16, 2017
— Rich Roberts (@FiremanRich) January 16, 2017