He then accused that reporter of asking

US President Donald Trump welcomes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a joint press conference at the White House in Washington DC

In response to a question Thursday about threats to Jewish centers nationwide, President Donald Trump called a Jewish reporter a liar, told him to sit down and later said anti-Semitism was coming from "the other side".

This is Donald Trump, who not only has answers but who can not take the stage without embarrassing the United States with his overwhelming insecurities and need for self-approbation, even when questioned about what are life and death issues for many. "You're going to see a lot of love".

Netanyahu appeared to be referring not exclusively to the USA president, as he suggested that "to allude to him or his people" as harboring this sentiment was misguided.

This was, in a nutshell, the entire press conference. "Netanyahu, by contrast, volunteered to give the administration's anti-Semitism a kosher stamp".

"There is no greater support of the Jewish people and the Jewish state than president Donald Trump", Netanyahu declared. And there is tremendous enthusiasm out there. And it was something that was very important to me.

Trump ended his answer by saying, "You're going to see a lot of love".

In his opening remarks, the USA president acknowledged the suffering of Jews during the Holocaust, hailing the Jews for their "survival in the face of genocide".

Trump said, "Some of it is written by our opponents".

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The Trump administration faced criticism after a statement issued on the occasion of World Holocaust Day urged global tolerance but failed to single out Jews as having been by far the leading victims of the Holocaust.

That response angered many Jewish groups and representatives.

The Israeli government has avoided rebuking the new USA administration for the omission, with Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman saying it wasn't worth starting a spat with Trump. In today's presser, Trump had the easy option of offering even perfunctory words of sympathy or reassurance to a nervous American minority community.

Trump has drawn support from the alt-right, a white nationalist political movement led by nativist and openly antisemitic figures.

"I know his attitude toward Israel, toward the Jewish state, and the Jewish people and that's so powerful". Then talking about his Jewish daughter, son-in-law, and grandchildren.

I think one of the reasons we won the election is we have a very, very divided nation.

"I hate the charge, I find it repulsive", the president said, questioning the reporter's objectivity. He added that he is also the "least racist person".

Trump is planning to sign an executive order on HBCUs and made the inner cities a platform during the presidential election.

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