White House Marks Black History Month Celebration By Lighting Tiki Torches of Remembrance
Washington, DC -- President Trump and several cabinet members including Dr. Ben Carson lit and carried tiki torches through the streets of Washington late yesterday evening to mark the opening of Black History Month.
The administration which previously stated they would not be participating in upcoming celebrations of the month, quickly grabbed their coats last night as President Trump made an unusual evening appearance downstairs in his pajamas asking everyone to “come quick with me and grab a torch.”
African American and current Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Dr. Carson recalled a jovial atmosphere on this morning’s Fox & Friends. “Everyone seemed very happy to be out there celebrating, even in the rain. Sessions, Stephen Miller, and you can be sure Wilbur stayed awake for this one.”
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