VIDEO: Martin Luther King III Meets With President-Elect Donald Trump At Trump Tower

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MLK III, TRUMP DISCUSS "BROKEN VOTING SYSTEM"

ABOVE VIDEO: Martin Luther King III says he and Donald Trump were able to find some common ground on a day dedicated to his late father.

(TMZ) – Martin Luther King III says he and Donald Trump were able to find some common ground on a day dedicated to his late father.

We got the famous civil rights leader’s eldest living son Monday leaving Trump Tower, after he and the Prez-elect sat down for a heart-to-heart.

He says they both agree … the voting system in the country is broken.

He also touches on a big what-if about his dad … one lots of folks are wondering about on MLK Day.

King, the oldest surviving child of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., was also asked by reporters about Trump’s characterization Saturday of Rep. John Lewis, a hero of the civil rights struggle as “all talk … no action,” King said he “absolutely” disagreed.

“I would say John Lewis has demonstrated that he is action,” King said.

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