American civil rights activist, Al Sharpton has delivered a fiery condemnation of President Donald Trump in Tulsa on the eve of his campaign rally in the city.
He told protesters that they were the ones whose demonstrations would make America great.
The 65-year-old activist said he had received death threats for being in Oklahoma, and
mocked the president’s campaign slogan.
‘That’s why I’m puzzled by people who go around saying “Make America Great Again,” he said.
‘I want them to give me the date when America was great for everybody.’
The civil rights activist told the crowd unless Trump comes to Tulsa with policies on combating police brutality, he should not come at all.