John Lewis Might Skip Donald Trump’s First Capitol Hill speech
John Lewis might skip Donald Trump’s first Capitol Hill speech
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Rep. John Lewis and President-elect Donald Trump. AP file.
WASHINGTON — Six weeks after engaging in a personal and very public tiff with President Donald Trump, U.S. Rep. John Lewis, D-Atlanta, declined to say whether he’ll attend Trump’s address before a joint session of Congress Tuesday.
“I’m just not speaking about it,” the civil rights icon said just outside the House chamber on Monday evening, steps from where Trump will address Washington’s power players. “I don’t know what I’m going to do right at this moment.”
Lewis became the face …