Trump Rejects Call to Remove Confederate Names on Military Establishments

While hosting an event promoted as discussing “justice disparities” in Dallas, President Trump warned against labeling people as racist. He went on to say he will not remove Confederate names from 10 US Military bases.

April Ryan speaks with PJ Crowley, retired US Air Force Colonel and former and Assistant Secretary of State of Public Affairs in the Obama Administration, who touts the US Military role in desegregation of society and providing opportunities for Americans, but acknowledges the unaddressed vestiges of military and civilian society.

Click ▶️ to listen to AURN Washington Bureau Chief April Ryan’s White House Report:

President Donald Trump walks with Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, left, and Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson as he arrives on Air Force One at Dallas Love Field, Thursday, June 11, 2020, in Dallas.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)