President Trump Speaks at the National Museum of African History and Culture with Dr. Ben Carson and Alveda King

LISTEN NOW! As President Trump is responding to so many needed issues in America, it is exciting to see the President standing up and speaking out for America’s rich African American history that so needs to be told. When recently visiting the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the President recently talked about the significance of the Museum, but also the many leaders that were part of making it a reality and the leaders that have been part of America’s story.
“I’m deeply proud that we now have a museum that honors the millions of African American men and women who built our national heritage, especially when it comes to faith, culture and the unbreakable American spirit.” The President expressed notable mentions, such as Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, Frederick Douglas, Booker T. Washington, the Greensboro students, the many Medal of Honor recipients, and also Sojourner Truth. As the Museum was opened during the Administration of the first African American President, President Obama, President Trump expressed how honored he was being the second President to visit the museum. “Today and every day of my presidency, I pledge to do everything I can to continue that promise of freedom for African Americans and for every American.”
After walking through the many exhibits that this museum offers, the President responded by sharing what it means to him. “This tour was a meaningful reminder of why we have to fight bigotry, intolerance and hatred in all of its very ugly forms.” He brought attention to how the Jewish community has experienced racism and persecution and that it must be stopped. “The anti-Semitic threats targeting our Jewish community and community centers are horrible, and are painful, and a very sad reminder of the work that still must be done to root out hate, and prejudice, and evil.”
As the President surrounded himself with various African American leaders in America, he commented on Dr. Ben Carson’s nomination to head the Department of Housing and Development, as well as Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and her ‘tireless work fighting for justice’. President Trump echoed the words of Dr. King when he quoted his memorable words, “We are determined to work and fight until justice runs down like water and righteousness like a mighty stream.”
These are such encouraging realities to see the President taking a stand and a voice to issues such as race relations, and equality in America. It is additionally important to recognize that God does not do anything without revealing it through His prophets. God revealed to Brianna Bolender in a dream the impact that President Trump would have on the African American community. In this dream, she was walking with President Trump, one of his advisors, and a young African American man, in what appeared to be a large store, like a Sam’s Club. “As we’re going through the aisles, each aisle was an issue. Like taxes and poverty.” She continues to share how, what appeared to be a national poll on past presidents, was at the end of one aisle. “They had done this nationwide poll of something to the effect of ‘what administration did you [the African American Community] feel the most represented or edified’”. As she describes how she saw the results of the poll, she could see the name of Obama overwhelmingly circled. She continues, “you could tell that this poll had been done before because [Bill] Clinton’s name was there and those who had selected [Bill] Clinton before scratched that out and circled Obama”. It was then that the young energetic African American man who had been walking and talking the entire time said this revealing statement. “You see, they felt they were edified or represented by this Administration. But, the truth is, they lost their identity in that Administration.”
It is vital to understand that at the time of the Clinton Administration, Bill Clinton was spoken of as the first African American President because of how he responded to the African American Community and how helpful he was. President Obama also focused on a lot of these issues, but it is now being revealed that President Trump is going to be the best out these three Administrations, when it comes to edifying the African American Community.
God has great plans in store for all the citizens of America. It is vital that we continue to pray for President Trump and his entire Cabinet so that they can respond and edify the African American Community, and all the citizens of America. See the full statements from President Trump, the full details of this recent prophetic dream, and so much more. Also, shared in this segment: human services, legacy, justice, equality, oppression, love, division, and hope. Greg and John shared in this segment. 
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