“They wouldn’t do that for me, Judah,” Trump said when the song was over.
Trump invited three World War II D-Day veterans — two of them Jewish — and two Holocaust survivors.
Charles Meyrick shouted out Nazi slogans to protest authoritarianism by the State Colleges and Universities system, he said.
Members of the Emanuel AME Church surrounded the New Light Congregation visitors to share hugs and tears.
The Patriots receiver wore cleats with the words “The Tree of Life” in Hebrew and an Israeli flag to honor the victims in a game last month.
Along the main drag of Squirrel Hill, the shops of Forbes Avenue display a variety of signs along the theme of “Stronger Than Hate.”
The ADL found there were four significant incidents targeting synagogues since the Pittsburgh massacre.
His cleats featured a blue Star of David above the hashtag “strongerthanhate,” and the other side said “Etz Chaim,” or “Tree of Life” in Hebrew.
“Pittsburgh is and will remain Stronger than Hate.”
Brian Schreiber turned the Squirrel Hill JCC into a hub for the FBI, Red Cross and members of the community after the shooting at the local synagogue.