Comparing Martin Luther King Jr. And Donald Trump

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This is how Martin Luther king Jr. would have reacted to Donald Trump discriminating African countries by saying rude comments. Martin Luther King Jr. had many big attainments to end racism. On the other hand Donald Trump said hateful and discriminating comments about poor African countries. Even though Donald Trump is the president of the United States people hated what he had to say about the countries. If Martin Luther King Jr. was still alive today i believe he would have been very mad at what the world has come to. King and Trump don't have much in common, but they do have one thing in common that is there both leaders. King has done so much for his people, he had done everything in his power to stop discrimination. Martin Luther King Jr. had many big achievement to stop discrimination in the United
States. Throughout the 1950 and 1960s Martin Luther King Jr. was a great activist and a known civil rights leader, who had a big impact on the American Society. King’s main goal was to have racial equality and equal
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He would have been asking himself “what has the world come to”. Only because people look up to the president he's supposed to be leader and in my opinion i don't think he’s doing a very good job of that. Martin Luther King Jr. was trying to stop discrimination and racism maybe he assumed that in the future things would be different. I really don't think anything changed, people from different backgrounds are still treated “differently” and rudely. If King was still alive I think him and Trump would be enemies. I think King would in general just be really mad and he might even protest to get rid of Trump as president. King would try even to get a spot in the government to go against him. We wouldn’t really know how he actually felt because he isn’t here with us today, but one thing I do know is that he would have agreed with the
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