Don Lemon: Mt. Rushmore is "stolen land"

LEMON: And so, what’s wrong, what’s wrong with all of us together thinking or reshaping our country so that more people rethinking our country in the way we think and where our priorities are so that this country is belongs to everyone. It’s not just — (CROSSTALK)

CUOMO: Nothing is wrong with it.

LEMON: It’s not just my country.

CUOMO: Right.

LEMON: Maybe some of the people — maybe some of the people, I’m not saying that they should, but maybe some of the people up there on Mount Rushmore, who knows? It wasn’t Mount Rushmore, if you, you know, the name shouldn’t be Mount Rushmore if you talk to Native Americans.

CUOMO: Right.

LEMON: They say it is stolen land. It was only Mount Rushmore 40 years before they started to carve president’s faces in it. And no one got any money for that. And the person who was behind that was one of the founding fathers.