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Trump ‘should apologize’ for praising ‘antisemite’ Henry Ford: ADL

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The CEO of the Anti-Defamation League suggested President Donald Trump to apologize for comments made during a tour of a Ford factory in Michigan.

Trump praised the “good bloodlines” of Henry Ford, resulting in harsh criticism online.

ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt responded to Trump’s comments on Twitter.

“Henry Ford was an antisemite and one of America’s staunchest proponents of eugenics,” Greenblatt noted.

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“The President should apologize,” he counseled.

In case Trump “doesn’t know why” he should apology, Greenblatt include a link to ADL’s briefing on Ford.


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Mitch McConnell’s refusal to help states could cause 4 million Americans to lose their jobs: report

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During the coronavirus crisis, Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell has stressed that he has no interest in “bailing out” blue states that have been suffering budgetary problems because of the coronavirus pandemic. But Democrat-dominated states are hardly the only ones suffering: according to analysis from Moody’s Analytics, the U.S. economy could contract by 3% if Congress does not give states the help that they need — and Moody’s told the Wall Street Journal that more than 4 million jobs could be lost.

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GOP Senator Rick Scott ‘had his soul surgically removed’ to become a Trump backer: former donor

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A former donor of Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) says that he simply no longer recognizes the man whom he once helped get elected as Florida's governor.

In an interview with Newsweek, former Carnival Cruise Line CEO Bob Dickinson lamented how much Scott's attitudes toward immigrants have changed in the years after he started running for Senate as a Trump Republican.

"Rick Scott has had his soul surgically removed," Dickinson told the publication. "They're all whistling his tune. And they don't apologize for it."

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GOP congressman pleads ignorance after he’s caught at QAnon-linked event

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Rep. Buddy Carter (R-GA) says that he was unaware that the "Save the Children" human trafficking rally he attended this weekend was backed by a supporter of the "QAnon" movement, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

While the rally's affiliations were not made apparent in its advertising campaign, attendees sported memorabilia that signified their adherence to the conspiracy theory, which claims that there's a secret Trump-led operation to take down Hollywood and Washington elites involved in Satanic pedophile rings.

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