Trump Implodes And Embraces Neo-Nazis While Defending Anti-Semitic Star of David Tweet

Trump Implodes And Embraces Neo-Nazis While Defending Anti-Semitic Star of David Tweet

Trump Implodes And Embraces Neo-Nazis While Defending Anti-Semitic Star of David Tweet

Trump's campaign began June with astonishingly little money in the bank, and out of "a dozen or so pro-Trump super PACs established so far, only a few have reported raising significant amounts of money or interest - for a total of about $4 million as of the end of May".

"It's as if someone told Trump he's not allowed to be misogynistic anymore so he was like, 'Fine, I guess I'll call her a Jew, '" Noah said, adding that while some might let an incident like this blow over, Trump likes to turn "gaffes into gaffe-itunities". "Just leave it up". The tweet again shows Clinton, it shows a Star of David. An entertainment writer at the New York Observer posted an open letter to Mr Kushner online, urging him to rebuke the tweet. The Star of David, which appears on the Israeli flag because it is understood to be a Jewish symbol, is "a hexagram, the compound of two equilateral triangles" and it is translucent, i.e. not filled in. He said, it wasn't the star of David.

Clinton, who condemned the tweet over the weekend, on Tuesday posted a video on Twitter of Trump in a TV interview this year waffling over whether to denounce the support of former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke and other white supremacists.

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The presumptive GOP nominee's numbers came amid great anticipation. Clinton could pick a running mate that excites liberals and unnerves the middle - say, Elizabeth Warren - but would that really be enough for Trump to overcome his own dismal favorability rating? "They said, 'Oh it had money behind it.' So actually they're racially profiling".

Ari Fleischer, who served as George W. Bush's White House press secretary and sits on the Republican Jewish Coalition's board of directors, was blunter. I have grandchildren that are Jewish.

Trump tweeted out the picture, but within hours the campaign deleted the tweet, and replaced it with the same picture, but the star was replaced with a solid circle.

"Where is the outrage for this Disney book?" That brings Trump's total investment to $55 million, they said.

In a statement released Monday, the campaign rejected attacks that the initial image was anti-Semitic.

Even when Trump tries to reach out to minority groups, he does so clumsily - like the infamous "taco bowl" tweet in celebration of Cinco de Mayo, or his awkward reference to "my African American over there" when pointing out a black supporter at a rally.

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