Unlike the past two administrations, we see that Trump is actually seeking to bring Americans together. Bush in 2000 promised that he would reach across the aisle and work with the Democrats to make America better.
Obama said the same thing eight years later. In both cases, we saw our country become more divided than it was before. Now, Trump has begun to reach out to those who he feels will best serve the concerns of our nation.
Actor, comedian, and Family Feud host Steve Harvey met with President-elect Donald Trump on Friday at Trump Tower in Manhattan.
“I stepped from behind my microphone and I came and talked to the guy who is going to be the 45th president,” Harvey told reporters about his meeting with Trump, whom he said he found “both congenial and sincere.”
“Trump wants to help with the situations in the inner cities so he immediately got Dr. Ben Carson on the phone to put us together to begin dialog in looking at programs and housing to help our inner cities and he’s very open to my mentoring efforts across the country,” Harvey said.
“I walked away feeling like I had just talked with a man who genuinely wants to make a difference in this area,” he added. “I feel that something really great could come out of this… I would sit with him anytime.”
Though Harvey had openly endorsed Hillary, Trump has called on him to assist in the betterment of the inner city, once again proving that Trump is less about partisan politics and more about fixing problems.
Like him or hate him, Trump is doing more before he has become president that most do while holding the office.