DAY 2: During the Yamim Norayim, the Schmooze takes stock of those who have sinned — and decide whether or not they deserve our forgiveness.
Sean Spicer’s time as White House press secretary is over, but his clashes with the Jewish community will live on forever.
Did Jared Kushner score a victory in the White House turf wars with the hiring of Anthony Scaramucci and the ouster of press secretary Sean Spicer?
President Trump is “running around screaming at television sets, he’s increasingly isolated, basically wanting to fire everybody.” Or at least this is the description that MSNBC host Joe Scarborough provided his viewers Monday morning, based on sources in Trump’s inner-circle.
The Trump administration chose to remain ambiguous regarding counterterrorism adviser Sebastian Gorka’s future on Monday, hoping to strike a balance between a wish to end the controversy surrounding him and a desire to display loyalty to someone who has been close to chief strategist Stephen Bannon for years.
“I have no belief that he is currently leaving the White House at this time,” said Spicer responded at the White House daily press briefing.
As remaining Holocaust survivors pass away, this White House’s utter disrespect towards the Jewish-focused ethnic cleansing that was the Holocaust becomes more powerful and more dangerous.
Jews know that they prosper most when liberal politics remains strong.
You thought real-life Sean Spicer was making gaffes that drive Jews crazy? You should see Melissa McCarthy playing him on “Saturday Night Live.”
Stern laced into Spicer after the Trump White House’s press secretary made erroneous comments about Hitler during a press conference on Syria.