Jackson, President Trump, Civil Rights discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

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Today in jackson an echo of the civil rights struggle peaceful protest of a president who has fanned racial tensions attending the opening of a new civil rights museum if you go this way where you could see a can better reflect now how howard these men who are standing up told me about civil rights right now how well they squaring that message with these confederate flags that are all over the place greely is a beautiful beautiful play should war drops message today one of inclusion these buildings embody the hope that has lived in the hearts of every american for generations because trump was their civil rights legend john lewis was not congressman lewis one of the heroes of bloody sunday in selma called president trump's attendance an insult to the people portrayed in this civil rights museum four months ago there was this seen charlottesville and trump's carefully measured response we condemn in the strongest possible terms this agree juice display of hatred bigotry and violence on many sides on many sides just last night at a rally in pensacola blacks for trump i love you trump pledged his support for alabama senate candidate roy more drop and lewis have feuded all year trump tweeting in january that lewis's all talk talk talk no action or results sad this weekend lewis plans to campaign in alabama for moore's democratic opponent jackson today trump supporters gave him credit for coming multiple before hail tried to do the right thing nobody is perfect.

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