Post Profile

Donald Trump Denied Visit to Civil Rights Museum After Campaign 'Bullied' Staff With 'Special Requests'

Click here for reuse options! The Trump campaign wanted to shut down the museum for five hours for the candidate's visit. The museum turned them down. A civil rights museum in North Carolina rejected a request to visit from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump after the businessman’s campaign was “aggressive and rude” to museum staff.  Greensboro’s WFMY first reported on The International Civil Rights Center and Museum’s decision to deny Trump’s request to visit during his campaign swing through the battleground state last week.
read more

See more about: Donald Trump Civil Rights

Related Posts

Civil rights museum denies entry to Donald Trump

US Politics / Liberal : Alan Colmes' Liberaland

GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump was denied a visit to the International Civil Rights Center and Museum in Greensboro, North Carolina, after the campaign contacted the museum. Earl Jones, co-founder of the museum, explained tha...

Civil Rights Museum Rejects Trump Visit

LGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Greensboro’s CBS affiliate reports: A presidential nominee’s request to visit a Greensboro landmark is denied. The International Civil Rights Center and Museum was contacted by the Donald Trump campaign last weekend. Earl Jones, co-...

North Carolina Civil Rights Museum Denies Donald Trump’s Visitation Request

Music / Dance & DJ : The Fader Magazine

Trump’s campaign wanted the museum to close for at least 5 hours to accommodate the visit.

Civil Rights Museum Rejects Donald Trump's VIP Visit Request

Ethnicity & Race / African American : Huffington Post Voices News

A civil rights museum in Greensboro, North Carolina, denied Donald Trump a VIP visit, calling his team rude and demanding, WFMY reported. Trump’s campaign had reached out to The International Civil Rights Center and Museum for exclu...

Civil Rights Museum Denied Trump’s Visit Request After Making ‘Disrespectful’ Demands

News : Mediaite

A prominent North Carolina civil rights organization said no to Donald Trump's request to visit them, citing the demands his campaign made for special accommodations.


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC