Steve Harvey has come under scrutiny from liberals for his meeting with President Donald Trump earlier in the year. As liberals preach about tolerance, they don't seem to be practicing this themselves! They called Harvey racist for meeting with the President. (seriously?) He said that he was called every nasty word imaginable such as coon, Uncle Tom, and sellout. The liberals were probably a bunny hair away from calling him the N word with a hard R.
Harvey seems to regret the infamous meeting with Donald Trump for reasons that the left would not be satisfied with. For example. He didn't like the fallout that ensued. It wasn't that meeting Trump was bad, but dealing with people after probably sucked. To this day, his meeting has been fruitful insofar that he has had meetings with Dr. Ben Carson, head honcho of the Housing and Urban Development and the initiatives they planned to get started together. He even regularly keeps in touch with Carson on the matters which are moving forth.
Maybe this is why the "tolerant" liberals call him names, because he is helping the United States and assisting in the Trump Administration's plans to make the country a better place? That makes about as much sense as removing statues of American fighters who died for their country, regardless of which side of an issue they were on.
If being a racist consists of meeting with the president of a superpower and making plans to better your communities with powerful leaders like Carson, I suppose it isn't so bad to be racist if that's the actions of a racist. I think many Americans would love the chance to be able to actually make a difference in their country and have connections to these government movers and shakers.
Harvey is also friends with former president Barack Obama, whose team reportedly help make the meeting happen. Had it not been for this meeting, Harvey would be in no serious position to coordinate with people like Carson to effect change other than his comical quips on his myriad of television shows.
Harvey admitted that his wife tried to get him to forgo the meeting with Trump, but he decided against her and went anyway. He says he now regrets not listening to his wife, but let's be honest. A single dinner with your wife over a life changing meeting giving you the top connections within government necessary to help your community and fellow citizens? Is that really such a regretful choice?
She should have went with him. It's not every day you get to meet the President of the United States.