The Holocaust, in Richard Spencer’s eyes, has become a sort of moral bludgeon used against white nationalists like himself.
New information says that President Donald Trump’s Jewish aide, Boris Epshteyn, wrote the controversial Holocaust Remembrance Day statement.19
Based on social media activity and the accounts of those who know him, Alexander Bissonnette appears to have far-right, anti-immigrant sympathies.67
“I’m going to ask him who was his acting coach, because I know him very well. I don’t see him as a crier,” Trump said.4
As Jewish leaders rang the alarm this weekend over the White House chief of staff’s insistence that he intentionally left Jews out of the administration’s International Holocaust Remembrance Day statement, only one Jewish group stood by Donald Trump’s side.8
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