Steve Harvey Meets with Donald Trump, Has Only Words of Praise for the President-Elect
Friday, 13 January 2017 Steve Harvey is the latest celebrity to meet with President-elect Donald Trump and the television host has landed a role working on housing issues initiatives alongside Ben Carson. The 59-year-old comedian says he was invited by both Obama and Trump‘s transition teams. “Our president (Obama) asked that all of us sit down and talk to [...]
After a high profile meeting with President-Elect Donald Trump and his future Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson at Trump Tower, Steve Harvey raved about the real estate mogul, who he called a “genuine” person, and said he’ll be working alongside Carson to improve quality of...
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