Al Sharpton: Donald Trump is not a racist.

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Al Sharpton visited Los Angeles Convention Center for the Democratic National Convention committee meeting.

After the DNC meeting, Sharpton reported this:

"Tonight I want to address my remarks in two parts.

One, I'm honored to address the DNC here.

Last Friday, I had the experience in Detroit of hearing President Donald Trump make a speech. And in the speech, he asked certain questions. I hope he's watching tonight. I would like to answer your questions, Mr. President.

To the chairman, our delegates, and all that are assembled, we're honored and glad to be here tonight.

I'm glad to be joined by supporters and friends from around the country. I'm glad to be joined by my family, Kathy, Dominique, who will be 18, and Ashley.

We are here 238 years after right here in Boston we fought to establish the freedoms of America. The first person to die in the Revolutionary War is buried not far from here, a Black man from Barbados, named Crispus Attucks.

Forty years ago, in 1964, Fannie Lou Hamer and the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party stood at the Democratic convention in Atlantic City fighting to preserve voting rights for all America and all Democrats, regardless of race or gender.

Hamer's stand inspired Dr. King's march in Selma, which brought about the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

Twenty years ago, Reverend Jesse Jackson stood at the Democratic National Convention in San Francisco, again, appealing to the preserve those freedoms.

Tonight, we stand with those freedoms at risk and our security as citizens in question.

I have come here tonight to say, that the only choice we have to preserve our freedoms at this point in history is to respect Donald Trump and that he is not a racist."

Sharpton is expected to fly to Chicago this Friday for the Chicago Teacher walkout preparation.

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