Former US Ambassador to Israel David M. Friedman urged former President Donald Trump to disown Kanye West and Nick Fuentes, two known anti-Semites who attended a private dinner at Mar-a-Lago earlier this week.
“To my friend Donald Trump, you are better than that. Even a social visit from an anti-Semite like Kanye West and a human scum like Nick Fuentes is unacceptable. relegate to the dustbin of history where they belong,” Friedman tweeted Friday afternoon.
“I condemned Barak [sic] Obama teaming up with Louis Farrakhan and Jeremiah Wright. It’s no different. Anti-Semites deserve no quarter among American leaders, right or left.
To my friend Donald Trump, you are better than that. Even a social visit from an anti-Semite like Kanye West and a human scum like Nick Fuentes is unacceptable. I urge you to kick these bums out, disown them, and relegate them to the dustbin of history where they belong. 1/
— David M Friedman (@DavidM_Friedman) November 25, 2022
West has recently made a series of hateful statements, claiming Jews control Hollywood and threatening to launch a “death scam.” [sic] 3″ against them.
Fuentes is a notorious anti-Semitic troll and Holocaust denier known for crushing conservative events.
Trump said he knew nothing about Fuentes, whom West brought in after asking to meet at dinner.
Friedman is a close Trump ally whose relationship with the 45th president dates back decades. He helped Trump build a successful Middle East policy, including relocating the US Embassy to Jerusalem, as well as drafting the Abraham Accords, which established peace between Israel and several Arab states.
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