Donald Trump missed the mark BIG TIME!
As we reported, a day after 11 Jewish community centers were reportedly targeted with bomb threats, the President FINALLY condemned anti-Semitism in a speech at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
However, the Anne Frank Center For Mutual Respect — an organization that aims to address civil and human rights across America — is calling BS!
On Tuesday, the organization — named after the famed Jewish author — took to Twitter to condemn Trump’s “too little, too late” speech.
.@POTUS @realDonaldTrump do not make us Jews settle for crumbs of condescension. What are you going to do about #Antsemitism in @WhiteHouse pic.twitter.com/95Z5GP1OBc
— AnneFrankCenter(US) (@AnneFrankCenter) February 21, 2017
After their statement went public, Press Secretary Sean Spicer complained that the businessman’s actions are “never good enough” for the public.
Melissa McCarthy‘s muse said:
“The president has made clear since the day he was elected, and frankly going back to the campaign, that he is someone who seeks to unite this country… He brings a diverse group of folks into his administration, both in terms of actual positions and people who he sought the advice of…. And I think he has been very forceful with his denunciation of people who seek to attack people because of their hate, because of their religion, because of their gender, because of the color of their skin… And it’s something he’s going to continue to fight and make very, very clear that [it] has no place in this administration.”
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