“So when they talk about Farrakhan, call me a hater, call me anti-Semite. Stop it. I’m anti-termite,” he said in a video.
“YOU are your own worst ENEMY if you do not join us to fight for your rights as a White American,” one flier reads.
“If you just ban people, you will never change their behavior,” Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck said.
Planned Parenthood in Iowa: “It is disgusting that anti-Semites would target our patients and staff with this white supremacist propaganda.”
The JCC was also hit with vandalism on the first night of Passover last year, when someone spray-painted “Hitler was right”on the walls.
The fliers included caricatures of Jews with big hooked noses rubbing their hands together and named the anti-Semitic website the Daily Stormer.
An investigation into an allegedly anti-Semitic incident at Rutgers University is being reopened by federal authorities.
His tactic? Anti-Semitic robocalls. “America has a Jewish problem,” he says in the recorded call to residents of Sandpoint.
It’s not the first time Trump has invoked the infamous anti-Semitic dog whistle.
“I want to make it clear, I am NOT responsible for this call,” he wrote in a statement on his campaign site.