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Martin Luther King Jr.'s youngest son, Dexter King, argued that President Trump should be given the benefit of the doubt on phasing out the "Dreamers" program, saying the public should wait and see what Congress comes up with before directing their anger at the president. (TMZ)

Martin Luther King Jr.'s youngest son, Dexter King, argued that President Trump should be given the benefit of the doubt on phasing out the "Dreamers" program, saying the public should wait and see what Congress comes up with before directing their anger at the president. (TMZ)

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