Donald Trump is once again in hot water after he graced the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture on Tuesday in Washington, DC. The newly elected President of the United States addressed the hatreds happening in the world and criticized anti-Semitism, which made some politician and celebrity react.
Donald Trump described the museum as a "meaningful reminder of why we have to fight bigotry, intolerance, and hatreds in all of its very ugly forms." And when the former "The Apprentice" host condemned the hostility against Jews, a lot raised their eyebrows including well-known people.
Celebrities used their social media platforms to send their reactions about Donald Trump's anti-Semitism claims, according to Just Jared Jr. In fact, the Twitter universe goes berserk with their rants reminding the POTUS what he did with some of the Jewish populace.
Ewan McGregor recalled the time when Donald Trump bullied a Jewish reporter telling him to "sit down" as he listened to his statements. Jeffrey Wright is also surprised how the business-magnate-turned-politician showed his allegiance with the black people. But, he didn't even have the courtesy to invite Frederick Douglass to play golf.
JCC threats, cemetery desecration & online attacks are so troubling & they need to be stopped. Everyone must speak out, starting w/ @POTUS.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) Pebrero 21, 2017
The broadcast journalist Soledad O'Brien also reminded Donald Trump of his decision to execute wrongfully accused five black men in Central Park jogger case. These young guys, who were "wrongfully convicted and exonerated," simply contradicted the 45th U.S. President's declaration.
Moreover, Donald Trump's declaration of anti-Semitism followed the rising threat of violence against the Jewish communities across 27 states, Gossip Cop reported. Chelsea Clinton also has her reaction about the President's statement.
"2 months into 2017: JCC bomb threats, synagogue defamed, subway swastikas, Jewish cemetery desecrated. NOW will Trump condemn antisemitism? [sic]" she tweeted. Her mom Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's greatest rival, of course, expressed her sentiments saying the same thing. But, she added that the online attacks are disturbing and need to be stopped and "everyone must speak out, starting with the POTUS."