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White House tweet tributes to Martin Luther King Jr. aren't going over well

Mashable Monday, 21 January 2019
Sarah Huckabee Sanders' tweet honoring Martin Luther King Jr. is not going over well. 

In a tweet, the White House press secretary wrote that King "gave his life" for the civil rights movement, and that "our country is better thanks to his inspiration and sacrifice." 



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Most sites of the park, including the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church and King's birth home, have been closed since the partial government shutdown began on December 22.

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