Donald Trump on Monday met with Martin Luther King Jr.'s son at the Trump Tower in New York.
"When we work together there is nothing that we as Americans can't do," Martin Luther King Jr. III told reporters following the meeting.
When asked what his father would be most concerned about today, he said the "50 to 60 million people living in poverty." He added: "It's insanity that we have poor people in this nation."
Celebrate Martin Luther King Day and all of the many wonderful things that he stood for. Honor him for being the great man that he was!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 16, 2017
Trump kicked off MLK Day with a tweet about "the many wonderful things that he stood for."
On Trump's 'all talk, no action' tweet about John Lewis
A reporter asked MLK Jr. III what he thought about Trump's tweets about civil rights icon John Lewis. He said while he didn't agree with the tweets, his main job is to bring people together.
"In the heat of emotion a lot of things get said on both sides. The goal is to bring America together."
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