Skip to comments.Trump to receive Bipartisan Justice Award during stop at SC black college (Benedict - today)
Posted on 10/25/2019 10:57:57 AM PDT by Libloather
President Donald Trump will join South Carolinas U.S. Sen. Tim Scott and Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris when he receives the Bipartisan Justice Award on Friday ahead of his remarks at Benedict College, an historic black college in Columbia.
A White House official said Friday that Trump will receive the Bipartisan Justice Award, the highest honor given yearly to a public servant who demonstrated the ability to work across the aisle to achieve meaningful progress reforming the federal criminal justice system.
The award - presented to Trump by the 20/20 Bipartisan Justice Center, the organization in charge of this weeks symposium that also will feature 10 Democratic hopefuls - was first announced on Fox and Friends Friday morning by Scott Turner, executive director of the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council.
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May prove interesting............... Just sayin’.
“So how about that, Mr. smarty-pants communists.”
Starting soon live stream: https://youtu.be/-4aQ234w0BU
I’m not totally on board his releases from prison, but I do think he has made an effort to review and approve of people who may not have gotten a fair deal.
He’s don’t more for Blacks than Obama ever did. In fact Obama set Black back a generation or two, with his race-baiting manipulations.
Autocorrect changes the positive/negative meaning of my statements more than any other correction. I think you typed "done", not "don't."
Does this happen only on conservative websites?
I may have typed that incorrectly.
I post some things from my phone and good grief the errors at times.
Thanks for the mention.
Why would they invite Kamala Harris? She’s not Black.
Did obxxx get an invite? He’s halfrican-Uhmerican. Or something.
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