- President-elect Donald Trump met with the son of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in New York on Monday
- The two men were to discuss 'ways that we can continue to enfranchise people' according to Trump's transition
- Press secretary Sean Spicer revealed the two had prayed together and tweeted picture of them together in Donald Trump's office
- Over the weekend, Trump blasted civil rights legend Rep. John Lewis on Twitter after Lewis said his election wasn't 'legitimate'
- King after the meeting tried to diffuse the flap with Lewis, saying 'In the heat of emotion, a lot of things get said on both sides'
- Sources say they discussed universal free photo IDs to improve voting rights and that Trump expressed interest in putting pictures on Social Security cards
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