CBS Major Garrett: President Trump Has a Policy Legacy of Helping Minority Communities That ‘Any President… Would Want to Claim’ (VIDEO)

On CBS News Face the Nation program on Sunday morning, CBS White House Correspondent Major Garrett said somethings that liberals weren’t too happy about.

“It can be fairly said that this administration, because of President Trump’s quiet prodding has done quite a bit for funding of historically black colleges and universities, the First Step Act which was a massive first step towards criminal justice reform.” -Major Garrett

Garrett continued…

“Just a couple of weeks ago, in this newly signed defense bill, there is a law that says if you are seeking work for the federal government or any contractor you don’t have to be asked and you cannot be asked about your criminal history until right toward the end. That’s a significant change long sought by criminal justice advocates. Plus opportunity zones in the tax bill directed at communities of color. That is a legacy on the agenda side that almost any President after three years would want to claim.” -Major Garrett

You can watch the full video below.

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