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Donald Trump's disturbing dinner in Mar-a-Lago last week with Holocaust-denying white supremacist Nick Fuentes is further evidence Trump has slipped even "deeper into the heart of darkness" since losing the 2020 election, a former top Advisor to said former Vice President Mike Pence.
Last Tuesday's dinner with Fuentes and Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, was "incredibly poor judgment" on the part of Trump, Pence's former chief of staff, Marc Short, told CNN's State of the Union on Sunday.
"There's no excuse for that," he added.
Short said he agrees with comments made by former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), who said on Friday the dinner made Trump an "untenable" presidential nominee. Both Christie and Pence could decide to launch their own campaigns for the presidency.
Trump's meeting with Fuentes and Ye was ironic since Trump's daughter Ivanka converted to Judaism, Short noted.
But "since the 2020 election, I think the [former] president has delved deeper into the heart of the darkness here," Short said. "I think it's a big challenge [and] another reason Republicans are looking in a different direction in 2024."
CNN political commentator Ashley Allison called the dinner no surprise.
Allison reminded Short that Trump supporters with Nazi flags marched in front of counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017, chanting "Jews will not replace us." Trump insisted there were "very good people" on both sides at the time.
Why "would we be surprised an anti-Semite would have dinner with him?" she asked. “Donald Trump is homophobic; he's an anti-Semite, he does racist things," she added. If he becomes president again, it will "further polarize us and cause this heightened tension of hatred and violence," she added.
Fuentes is a prominent racist and anti-Semite who has called for denying women the right to vote. Ye vowed on Twitter in October to go "Death Fraud 3" against Jews.
Trump has insisted he has not recognized the high-profile political activist, who is backed by Trump's own allies, GOP Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Ga.) and Paul Gosar (Ariz.). However, witnesses reported that Trump praised Fuentes over dinner.
He also insisted that he only gave Ye advice, mostly on business matters. Ye was recently turned away from several lucrative sponsorship deals following his anti-Semitic tweets and comments.
In another post on Truth Social, Trump later called Ye a "seriously concerned man."
Ye claimed he asked Trump to be his vice president and that Trump "yelled at" him over dinner. However, according to witnesses, Trump praised Fuentes when they had dinner together.
White House criticizes Trump's dinner with Ye, Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes
Amid the aftermath of the Mar A Lago dinner, Trump now calls Ye a 'seriously troubled man'
White supremacist Nick Fuentes spills over Mar-A-Lago dinner with Trump
Reports: Trump praised extremist Nick Fuentes at dinner in Mar-A-Lago
Trump hosts Kanye West and white nationalist Nick Fuentes for dinner
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