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Trump Asks Black Reporter Super Racist Question When Discussing Inner Cities

17 February 2017, 03:08 | Winston Chapman

Trump Asks Black Reporter Super Racist Question When Discussing Inner Cities

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When Turx tried to interject-maybe to remind the president he had specifically said he wasn't accusing him, personally, of anti-Semitism-Trump shouted him down again: "Quiet, quiet, quiet".

"Well, I just want to say that we are very honored by the victory we had", he said. I find it repulsive.

The ultra-Orthodox Jewish reporter who challenged President Donald Trump in a press conference Thursday with his concerns of growing anti-Semitism since the new administration took office, has defended the U.S. president's spiky response. He got around to saying that, "As far as people, Jewish people, so many friends; a daughter who happens to be here right now; a son-in-law, and three handsome grandchildren".

"Number one, I am the least anti-Semitic person you have ever seen in your entire life", he said.

"Some of the signs you'll see are not put up by the people that love or live Donald Trump", the president added during the press conference, in comments carried by CNN. "[Turx] said he was going to ask a straightforward question", Trump harumphed. "Thank you", he said on Wednesday. According to the report, there were 2.6m anti-Semitic tweets during the USA presidential election, with 70 percent of them coming from 1,600 pro-Trump accounts.

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Two prominent US Jewish organizations have criticized the "mind-boggling" way US President Donald Trump has responded to questions about an uptick of antisemitism in the US in two separate press conferences in the past two days.

Trump has been called out for stacking his cabinet with men questionable histories on tolerance, notably former Breitbart boss Steve Bannon. It's not a simple or fair question. "We are going to stop crime in this country".

In his press conference with Netanyahu, Trump stressed the fact that he has family ties to Judaism.

At the tail end of his 96-minute press conference earlier today, an agitated Donald Trump, visibly rattled after a bombardment of tough Russian Federation and national security-related inquiries, craved the solace of an easy question from an admiring questioner.

Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO and director of the Anti-Defamation League, condemned Mr Trump's inability to explain what he is going to do about anti-Semitism or to explicitly condemn it. On Thursday, the president labeled a reporter's attempt to revisit the issue as "insulting". He didn't directly answer the question and did nothing to assure Jews that he will seek to protect them from violence and hate crime. "We expect our leadership to provide clear and unequivocal condemnation against all acts and forms of hatred, bigotry, racism, xenophobia, and anti-Semitism". "I hate even the question", Trump said. He recently faced controversy, for example, when his White House statement on Holocaust Remembrance Day failed to specifically mention Jews.



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