Donald Trump

This is the first time, Donald Trump, U.S President would
publicly condemn racism, anti-semitism and bigotry following the recent upsurge
of bomb threats against the U.S Jewish community.

According to Federal U.S Authorities, almost 70 phoned-in
bomb threats targeted towards at least 10 Jewish community centres in Alabama,
Ohio, Illinois, Texas and New York were reported and Trump, whose presidential election win
in November generated about 2000 hate crimes in 34 days, has disclosed perpetrators
of such crimes will be brought to book.

“Anti-Semitism is
horrible, and it’s gonna stop and it has to stop,” Trump told NBC News in
an exclusive interview, after touring the National Museum of African American
History and Culture in Washington, D.C.

“The anti-Semitic
threats targeting our Jewish community and community centers are horrible and
are painful and a very sad reminder of the work that still must be done to root
out hate and prejudice and evil,”

”The tour was a
meaningful reminder of why we have to fight bigotry, intolerance and hatred in
all of its very ugly forms. I think it’s terrible,” Trump said of the
anti-Semetic threats.

”I think it’s
horrible. Whether it’s anti-Semitism or racism or any — anything you wanna think
about having to do with the divide. Anti-Semitism is, likewise, it’s just

“You don’t know
where it’s coming from, but I hope they catch the people,”
he added.


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