Trump to Meet with Martin Luther King Jr.’s Son Today

ABC News(NEW YORK) — President-elect Donald Trump is expected to meet Monday with Martin Luther King Jr.'s son to discuss the civil rights leader's legacy.

Trump's incoming press secretary, Sean Spicer, announced on Twitter that the president-elect is meeting with Martin Luther King III Monday, the federal holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr..

Senior transition sources initially said Trump would visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture Monday. But ABC later learned that the visit was removed from his calendar due to scheduling issues and was not fully planned out. Spicer said Monday that the president-elect was never planning to go to the museum.

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