Donald Trump‘s executive order about HBCUs is not an all good or bad thing. As Jeff Johnson explains, the fact that White House has HBCUs on its radar is a potentially good thing. Because of that, it is not necessarily a sign that HBCU leaders are in bed with Trump just because they met and photographed.
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End Of Days: Twitter Reacts To Donald Trump’s Inauguration
1. Same, same, same.Source: 1 of 8
2. Being human is hard.
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Anyone here an expert on bears and hibernation? Would like to sleep for 4 years. Please advise. #Inauguration— Calum McSwiggan (@CalumMcSwiggan) January 20, 2017
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Today, for me, is not an #Inauguration.— Shannon Coulter (@shannoncoulter) January 20, 2017
Today is an abomination.
Never. my. president.
4. Sounds about right.Source: 4 of 8
5. Where’s Clark Kent when you need him?Source: 5 of 8
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"You will never be ignored again...unless you are black, brown, Asian, woman, Muslim, poor, immigrant, LGBT." #Inauguration— Wajahat Ali (@WajahatAli) January 20, 2017
7. Or a Twilight Zone episode.
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This is worse than a zombie apocalypse. #Inauguration— Rick Grimes (@RickAndThangs) January 20, 2017
8. That’s it. That’s all.Source: 8 of 8
Why We Can’t Assume Anything About Trump’s Meeting With HBCU Leaders [EXCLUSIVE] was originally published on rickeysmileymorningshow.com