Anti-Defamation League Chief Jonathan Greenblatt attacked Donald Trump’s statement Friday on Holocaust Memorial Day because he honored all “innocent people” who suffered and died.

Greenblatt wrote on twitter: “@WhiteHouse statement on #HolocaustMemorialDay, misses that it was six million Jews who perished, not just ‘innocent people.’ Puzzling and troubling @WhiteHouse #HolocaustMemorialDay [statement] has no mention of Jews. GOP and Dem. presidents have done so in the past.”

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The ADL under Greenblatt relentlessly attacked Trump during the presidential race, including by saying his use of the term “America first” is antisemitic.

The ADL is now relentlessly attacking Trump for not accepting refugees:

Greenblatt said in November he would be “proud” to “register as Muslim” if Trump were ever to create a Muslim database.

While Greenblatt feels Muslims and Jews are interchangeable when it comes to registering in Trump’s theoretical database, the same universal solidarity evidently doesn’t transfer over when it comes to remembering victims of the holocaust.

Courtesy of Information Liberation