Students at MacArthur honor Martin Luther King Jr

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CNN host Don Lemon criticized President Donald Trump for his vacuous Martin Luther King, Jr.

United Kingdom is partnering with the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government to host a celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday.

The parade is coordinated by the Zeta Sigma Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., the oldest African American fraternity in America, founded in 1906 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York; Dr. King was a member of Alpha Phi Alpha. Day themes of diversity and empowerment. Trump was asked by April Ryan, Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio, as he turned to leave the ceremony honoring the civil rights leader.

Later in his interview, Farris Jr. said that his uncle probably would have told the president "not to refer to African countries like that".

"So, that's what he said today in front of the cameras, but remember behind the cameras this is what the president just said yesterday", Lemon said before repeating Trump's previous racist remarks.

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As he signed the proclamation and shook hands with dignitaries, the president ignored reporters' questions regarding comments he made during a White House meeting on immigration Thursday.

"Through these events, we celebrate those who are committed to carrying Dr. King's legacy forward from generation to generation." the committee said.

Mr. Trump denied the comments on Twitter Friday morning, although his staff did not deny the comments when they were first reported.

"If we look upon our countrymen as brothers. we will truly create one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all", Carson said. "We want everybody to have a chance and the better my neighbor does, the better I do, '" Donnelly says.