Sharpton: 'I Was Glad' Barrett's Children Came Out for Ceremony 'Because I Couldn't Find Too Many Other People of Color' in Audience

During MSNBC's coverage of Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination on Saturday, MSNBC host Rev. Al Sharpton stated that the audience for Barrett's nomination ceremony at the White House "was the least diverse audience" he's seen for such an announcement and remarked that "I was glad her two kids did come out. Because I couldn't find too many other people of color in that audience."