Day of Service welcomes city residents to emulate Dr. King's leadership and compassion for others by volunteering in their communities.
Amyra said her hope is people will enjoy the display and reminisce about Dr. King's legacy.
Klaus Ritter Special to JCST Kids enjoy the MLK parade in Ridgeland
The MLK Day signing was already scheduled for Friday, along with the president's first annual physical at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, but the White House decided not to hold the daily press briefing before Mr. Trump takes off for Palm Beach, Florida, Friday night.
The journalist's last question rang out over the room as Trump closed the door behind him, and a clipped "Thanks, press" presumably from a White House staff member didn't resonate as particularly thankful at all.
Lemon played a tape of Trump's proclamation announcement, made only one day after reports of the president calling African nations "sh*thole countries". He also rejected the idea of restoring protections for immigrants from those countries, suggesting the those from nations like Norway would be more welcome in the U.S.
"I don't think that President Trump is a racist in the traditional sense as we know in this country".
"Being in the Army, it's so diverse, you can see people from all walks of life - you have people who grew up poor, you have people who grew up well-off but they still had the desire to serve, and you have people from all races, creeds, genders", she said. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., supported the gist of the Post's story.
The comments, which occurred on the eve of the anniversary of Haiti's devastating 7.0 magnitude natural disaster, are the latest in the president's. According to Farris Jr., Trump assured them that "I am not the person that the media is making me out to be".
Watch Trump's full speech below.