The violence in Charlottesville and inadequate official responses to it prompted Mark Zuckerberg to reflect “as a Jew” and delete some hate posts.
President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen wants you to know that he’s not a racist, just because his boss doesn’t see much difference between white supremacists and those who protest against them, per his Tuesday remarks about the Charlottesville protests.
Tanya Gersh received such e-mail messages as “Ratfaced criminals who play with fire tend to get thrown in the oven,” and “You are a disgusting, vile Jew.”
Top Trump aide Stephen Miller’s robust defense of his boss’s “Muslim ban” is partly to blame for the ban getting blocked by the courts — again.
Jake Turx of Ami magazine got to ask President Trump a question, but Trump heard it as an accusation of personal anti-Semitism.
“I hate shopping, but I’m going to go get some for myself today.”
Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, never actually founded a “Fascism Forever Club” — but he did make one up as a joke.
Update: According to fact-checking website Snopes.com, the “Fascism Forever Club” mentioned on Neil Gorsuch’s yearbook page and cited by the Daily Mail in its article was a joke. For more information, click here.
“I am here because Women’s rights are humans rights,” said Rachel, 59, (left), who came to the Washington, D.C. march with a big group of Jewish women.
“It sort of redeems the day, if it can be redeemed at all, which in my more depressing moments I wonder about,” said Sister Mary Boys.