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Local black leadership chapter holding rally in response to President Trump's comments

The New Hanover chapter of the National Black Leadership Caucus is holding a press conference and rally on Monday in response to President Donald Trump's comments regarding immigration. (Source: Raycom Media) The New Hanover chapter of the National Black Leadership Caucus is holding a press conference and rally on Monday in response to President Donald Trump's comments regarding immigration. (Source: Raycom Media)
WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) -

The New Hanover chapter of the National Black Leadership Caucus is holding a press conference and rally on Monday in response to President Donald Trump's comments regarding immigration.

In a statement sent in a release, the organization said it finds the president's comments to be "immoral."

The chapter said it will hold a press conference and rally to show solidarity against those comments. It is inviting the public to attend.

The rally was originally scheduled for Friday evening but heavy rain in the area caused the rally to be postponed. 

The press conference will be held at the 1898 Memorial Park on North Third Street at 4 P.M. 

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