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Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said Donald Trump was "trying to get America to hate again" after the former president admitted to having dinner with a prominent white supremacist days after announcing his 2024 presidential campaign.
"For Donald Trump to dine with notorious white supremacists and unrepentant bigots — I think it's at least clarifying," Greenblatt said on CNN. "He's trying to turn America back to hate and is waging what is arguably the most uncompromising white nationalist presidential campaign we've ever seen."
Trump hosted a dinner Tuesday at his Mar-a-Lago resort with white nationalist activist Nick Fuentes and Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West whose professional empire was shattered by a series of anti-Semitic tirades and subsequent allegations of workplace misconduct was turned upside down.
Amid furious backlash at the meeting, including from some Republicans, Trump has distanced himself from Ye and insisted he did not know who Fuentes was. According to Trump, the dinner was to be with Ye, who brought Fuentes as his guest.
Greenblatt said it "makes no difference" that Trump claimed not to know Fuentes.
"It's demonstrably unpresidential if you can't demonstrate a basic knowledge of people in public life," he said, noting that in 2016 Trump claimed to know "nothing about" David Duke and refused to condemn the former KKK leader, after getting his approval.
Ye, who has been accused by former employees of praising Adolf Hitler and Nazis in business meetings, posted several videos on Thursday claiming Trump was "really impressed" with Fuentes. Sources also told The New York Times and Axios that Trump praised Fuentes over dinner and at one point said, "He understands me."
Fuentes has ties to key Trump allies, such as Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) and Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.). Both lawmakers drew furious backlash earlier this year after speaking at a White Nationalist conference organized by Fuentes.
In January, Fuentes was subpoenaed by the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol by Trump supporters in an attempt to overturn the 2020 election. At least seven people with ties to Fuentes' America First movement have been charged with federal crimes related to the riot.
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