Visions, Dreams, Steve Harvey And The Trump Administration


I have said over and over that I would not write about my contempt for the Trump Administration, but it wouldn’t be right not to shed light on a situation that has had me puzzled since day one of the new presidency.

I’m remembering back to the now infamous news conference in New York where all of America saw Comedian and Talk Show Host Steve Harvey standing side by side with President Donald Trump. In a recent YouTube video he took the time to open up and talk about the entire situation. I was so stunned at what we didn’t know, I had to take his speech as a cue to help spread the news about how the Trump meeting came to be, his mission and the results of their meeting.

According to Steve, he told Trump that he wanted to work in partnership with Housing And Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson to help develop a program to aid African American boys and girls. His plan was to create vision homes for families in the urban communities with help from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. President Trump immediately loved the idea. Steve was pleased that Trump was accepting of the idea and felt the meeting was good.

According to Steve, once he walked downstairs Trump came from behind to immediately announce to the media that he was going to replace and repeal Obama Care. This sent the media and the urban community in a tailspin. Steve explained that the conversation he and Trump had was not about Obama Care, but about him working with Dr. Ben Carson, which Trump never discussed with the media. Steve’s reaction to the media was devastating, and we could tell something was wrong, but no one knew anything until this this live speech. For many to see Steve appearing with Trump had us all not only concerned, but believing he was in full cahoots with the Trump Administration, which we know now is furthest from the truth.

Today, Steve’s idea is coming to life with the first Vision Center to be developed in Detroit, MI, which will teach life skills, coding, and science to the inner city youth and financial skills to the parents. This idea is a wonderful idea, and we’re waiting to see how it plays out. It’s unfortunate though that President Trump has said nothing about this idea or the plan to take it nationwide.

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Gary C. Clement got his start in entertainment after attending Full Sail Center For The Recording Arts in Orlando, Florida. But it was after attending Jack The Rapper Family Affair, that he really blossomed as a photographer. It would be a few years later after working in television for ABC and FOX Television that he began writing. His first venture was "The Clementyne Review" published locally and nationally in publications like "Yo!", and "Fresh Magazine", which helped Clement to launch his career as a writer. Merging his talents, he's traveled the country on Junkets for Disney, 20th Century Fox and MGM Studios. He's also conducted interviews with celebrities such as Whoopi Goldberg, Angela Bassett, Berry Gordy and many more. As a photographer, he's photographed celebrities such as Danny Glover, Chris Tucker, Beyonce, Janet Jackson and many others. He's also covered many award shows and special celebrity events. His syndicated column has reached millions over the years, and now he's the proud owner of "G-Tube Network Media and Television", where he's updated "The Clementyne Review" to 'Gotcha Covered Online", which caters to the same audience, but with a broader view.