It was good to hear President Trump denounce the rise in anti-Semitic crimes during his speech Tuesday night.
However, I had never heard of Breitbart News until Steve Bannon entered the world stage as candidate Trump’s closest adviser.
It was then that I learned about the online news outlet’s anti-Semitic, racist and white-nationalist views, views considered extreme and rare until Bannon became Trump’s adviser.
The best way for Trump to disavow these views would be for him to disavow and fire Bannon.
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Instead, we have press secretary Sean Spicer, elevating Breitbart News in the daily briefings and Trump elevating Bannon to the National Security Council.
Watch what a president does, not what he says.