NEW YORK The New York Times said Glenn Thrush, who was suspended following allegations he made unwanted advances toward female journalists, will
Thrush, who is Jewish, said he had been struggling with alcoholism in recent years in response to personal and health crises.
The video shows a Jewish reporter continually repeating the word “chutzpah” — while the song “Hava Nagila” plays in the background.
The Times’ Glenn Thrush praised our coverage of his friendship and work partnership with colleague Maggie Haberman.
“Since when are you Jewish?” Maggie Haberman asked. “Since they cut my foreskin off when I was a baby,” Glenn Thrush responded.
Glenn Thrush is moving to The New York Times — and the crackerjack reporter insists the anti-Semitic abuse his wife bared in the Forward won’t stop him from covering Donald Trump’s White House fairly.