Rabbi Jack Moline, president of Interfaith Alliance, condemned the latest tweets by President Donald Trump in which Trump shared anti-Muslim videos:
“President Trump’s latest tweets – this time sharing anti-Muslim videos – are totally reprehensible. With every tweet, Trump takes us closer to becoming the Divided States of America. Time and again the president and members of his administration have pitted one population against another, disparaging minority communities. Today’s tweets are only the most recent example of this pattern of divisive behavior.”
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