Donald Trump's presidency is an opportunity for the US to 'correct itself'; Bernice King

Updated On 14 Jan, 2018 Published On

The first Martin Luther King Jr. holiday of Donald Trump's presidency is just hours ahead. Let's say the next week to Trump's honoring King by making a national park out of the ground where King was born. 

King's daughter and CEO of The King Center, Bernice King who will be the keynote speaker at the commemorative service honoring her father at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, suggested Trump, be wise while using Twitter.

Bernice, 54, addressed the upcoming day, mostly concerning Trump, to the Associated Press as,

This is what I would like President Trump to do: Don't let the King Holiday find you using your Twitter account in an inappropriate way,

If he can dare to do that, I would be proud on that day that our president honored Dr. King by not doing things that are offensive.

Well, Trump's first year as the president of the United States of America has been dipped in racial controversy, so it sounds obvious for Bernice to aware Trump.

Martin Luther Jr's daughter Bernice King has some worlds of suggestion for Donald Trump

Source: Donald Trump News

In February 2016, Trump kicked off Black History Month by praising long-dead abolitionist Frederick Douglass in the present tense, and he referred to NFL players protesting systemic racism as "son of bitches".

Moreover, Bernice said that her father's life and deeds should be applied to the current moment, the time where racism has again come out into the open air. Bernice King said,

Trump's election could be a blessing in disguise, 

This is the opportunity for America to correct itself.