The conspiracy-loving lawmaker has a thing for Nazi references and defying public health guidance.
The writer of the now-deleted review said the Nazi concentration camp was “fun for the family.”
The hotel chain also attacked CPAC members who acted with "hostility" when they were asked to wear masks, risking the health of other hotel guests and employees.
CPAC head Matt Schlapp angrily denied any resemblance and touted the organization's excellent relationship with the Jewish community.
Prosecutors have asked that Friedrich Karl Berger, 95, be questioned to determine whether accessory to murder charges could be brought against him.
But she'll be tried as a juvenile because she was under 21 when she worked as a secretary at Stutthof, officials said.
Prisons have what white supremacists like, explains Cecily Strong's character: "other white supremacists, drama and chicken fingers."
The former California governor drew parallels between Kristallnacht in 1938 and the deadly Capitol siege in a video message rebuking the president and his allies.
Trump is "gleefully" embracing "incredibly dangerous white nationalist tropes and ideas," said a spokesperson for the Jewish organization J Street.
A woman seen wearing the mask insisted that she is "not a Nazi" and that she was making a political statement.