Donald Trump marked the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday Monday by meeting with the son of the civil rights icon, engaging in a conversation about making it easier for people to vote.
Martin Luther King III said he had an “extraordinarily constructive conversation” with the president-elect about a “broken voting system,” and that Trump listened to his idea of providing free voter identification cards to all Americans.
“It is very clear that the system is not working at its maximum,” King said.
Prior to the meeting, Trump himself tweeted about the holiday: “Celebrate Martin Luther King Day and all of the many wonderful things that he stood for. Honor him for being the great man that he was!”
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