President Trump received the ‘Bipartisan Justice Award’ by black organization for ‘First Step Act’

The White House revealed on Friday, Oct. 25, that President Donald Trump would win the 2019 “Bipartisan Justice Award” from a bipartisan black advocacy group for his work on criminal justice reform.

The award was presented by the 20/20 Bipartisan Justice Center, a group founded in 2015 by 20 black Republicans and 20 black Democrats, at Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina.

According to Daily Caller, the press release from the White House stated:

“The Bipartisan Justice Award is the highest honor given annually to a public servant who has demonstrated the ability to work across the aisle to achieve meaningful progress in reforming our criminal justice system. The 2019 Bipartisan Justice award winner is President Donald J. Trump for his Bipartisan leadership in the passage of the historic First Step Act. The award is being given by the 20/20 Bipartisan Justice Center, a nonprofit organization founded by 20 Black Republicans and 20 Black Democrats in 2015, to elevate the issue of criminal justice reform above partisan politics.”

Byron Donalds, a member of the Florida House of Representatives, shared his excitement on Twitter:

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