Trump, who had defended Acosta after Epstein’s arrest last week on sex-trafficking charges, praised him as a “great labor secretary, not a good one.”
The former publisher of the National Enquirer, David Pecker, and the former deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein, were also targeted.
Oleh Lyashko once called it a “humiliation” when a Ukrainian president acknowledged the country’s culpability in the Holocaust.
The changes were spurred by a high school student, the granddaughter of a Holocaust survivor from Libya.
“We’ve now become ambassadors of the Jewish internet, in a sense,” said co-host Lex Rofeberg.