Amid political rancor, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump meets with Martin Luther King, Jr.'s son to talk about voting rights. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. President-elect Donald Trump met with Martin Luther King, Jr.'s son at Trump Tower on Monday (January 16) on the holiday that honors the slain civil rights leader. Trump, who has been mired in an imbroglio with African-American congressman and activist John Lewis, met with King III to discuss voting rights. Lewis, 76, a contemporary of King's who endured beatings and jail time in the fight for racial equality in the 1960s, said in a televised interview that he saw Trump's election as illegitimate because of Russian tampering in the campaign, drawing a scornful response from Trump.