Anti-Semitism

How has President Donald Trump shifted the fight for racial equality in the U.S.? Emory University Professors Carol Anderson and Andra Gillespie and HuffPost’s own Rowaida Abdelaziz reflect on the effect of a Trump presidency.
On his show, Tucker Carlson refused to apologize for promoting a white supremacy conspiracy.
She claims she was a "regular American" when she came up with the idea and was unaware that attacks on the Rothschilds are often code for anti-Semitism.
President Donald Trump praised Viktor Orbán, the Hungarian prime minister who has tried to take over the independent news media and who has refused to accept Syrian refugees.
After the president joked that his nominee, who is Jewish, had brought good weather to Washington, Republicans suggested he'd made an antisemitic comment.
“That ain’t the right word to use. ‘Drop them down,’ I guess,” Kentucky state Sen. Rick Girdler said right after repeating the offensive phrase.
The Auschwitz Memorial Twitter account suggested she review its educational resources about the genocide. The comedian later apologized.
She told BuzzFeed News it was a joke, adding that she's "too short to see anyone’s yarmulke."
"What happened to you, man?" asked fellow Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger.
Among his ramblings was the claim that Jewish Americans "don't care about Israel" and Jewish people used to have "absolute power over Congress."