David Brody: Trump Was Awarded for Diversity and Tolerance with Rosa Parks on Stage in 1986

‘So if we’re going to go ahead and have a montage, we probably should include some of that’

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BRODY: "I’m just telling you, in the heartland of this country, they look at these media headlines, and they see all of this, the clip, the montage that you just played, but what was not in the montage is in 1986, Donald Trump won the Ellis Island Medal of Honor Award for diversity and tolerance. And oh, by the way, who was with him on that stage? Rosa Parks. So if we’re going to go ahead and have a montage, we probably should include some of that. I’m not saying that defends what he did, but what I’m saying is is that that’s why there’s a lot of distrust in the media today."

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