“This president has radicalized so many more people than ISIS ever did,” she said on air on CNN, adding how Trump has called himself a nationalist.
“RIP Tom Wolfe,” wrote Julia Ioffe. “He would’ve been the perfect author to chronicle this age.”
“I’m sorry for any confusion and offense. So bad.”
Austin, Texas, is known for several things: authentic barbecue, hot weather, cowboys — and, increasingly each year, the ever-growing South by Southwest festival. What began as an indie music event in the late 1980s has swelled to include multiple conferences on film and technology.
Julia Ioffe’s family left the Soviet Union due to anti-Semitism, and like many had a difficult time securing visas and funds for their trip.
Trump’s inauguration brought in a tweetstorm from Jewish critics cringing at the next four years. Here’s a selection:
Julia Ioffe herself was on the receiving end of intense online anti-Semitism after she wrote a profile of Melania Trump.
Trump has regularly discussed his older daughter in ways most of us would find offensive.
She’s now deleted the tweet in which she insinuated incest between Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump, but here are some other Ioffe posts that push the envelope.
Here are five facts about the decorated and controversial journalist, who is set to join the Atlantic next year as a reporter on foreign policy, national security and politics.