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Donald Trump Commemorates Rosa Parks Refusing to Give Up Bus Seat, It Doesn’t Go So Well

Donald Trump commemorates the anniversary of Rosa Parks refusing to give up her seat to a white man on a bus in Montgomery, Ala., 62 years ago. As you would expect, it didn’t go well because of his history of racism.

Trump said: “Rosa Parks remained strong and stayed in her seat to defend the truth etched into our Declaration of Independence that all of us, regardless of the color of our skin, are created equal by God.”

“Her courageous act inspired a young Christian pastor, the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., along with thousands of others in Montgomery, Alabama, to join the movement and boycott the city bus service,” Trump says.

Notice the words he used. There’s no mention of black, African American or racism. I literally rolled my eyes once he started speaking because the words rang hollow. This is the same dude who called the nation’s first black president a Kenyan and demanded his papers.

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