Why don't they show the part where he said those words.Don't they record all those meetings?If he did shame on him,if not shame on the one that started this rumor
Good for Pres. Trump. The reporters were exceedingly rude. He was involved in a ceremony to honor M. L. King and they couldn't resist asking rude and ignorant questions that were unrelated.
Some people have nothing to say, not a thought in their head so what comes up, are you a racist?and not another thought.
Disrespectful to Martin L. King's memory. What is wrong with you media...this was an important proclamation. But NBC immediately brought attention to what the reporters were asking. They did not even acknowledge the proclamation. Disgusted with all the media. This gotcha syndrome to remove the President needs to stop. And Durbin...my God...potty language was done by Presidents Johnson and Nixon. Your memory is faulty Durbin. The media needs to go back to school for communication courses. If not then shut up.
Our country has a finite amount of resources to give away. The job of the POTUS is to improve the quality of life for the citizens of the USA. Therefore, his job is to make sure that all of our limited resources go to Americans, not to foreign criminals.
Who the hell do these liberal, so called, journalist think they are. Most over used word in the English language. Used so much, it is losing its impact. This was not the occasion to prove your ignorance.
I know who shouldn't be invited back to the Whitehouse until they learn how to conduct themselves! If they can't go to the Whitehouse and refrain from being disrespectful and disruptive during a unifying moment in which the POTUS and his guest are honoring and showing respect for an American Icon and the most renowned civil rights leader in the history of our country, then they have no business being there!
Real classy performance by those reporters. If I were the President, they would be identified and barred from ever attending another event.
Reporters are so rude and ask such incendiary questions. They were particularly rude today, ignoring the significance of the MLK proclamation
I am pleased the President did not respond to these people! They should be ashamed they did not understanding this was a moment to honor a great American, Martin Luther King, Jr.