Biden calls on US lawmakers to publicly speak out against anti-Semitism

Biden calls on elected Americans to publicly denounce antise mitism


President Joe Biden on Friday called on American politicians to publicly denounce anti-Semitism, shortly after Donald Trump received a Holocaust denier at his home in Florida, and rapper Kanye West who days later made the apology for Adolf Hitler.

“Rather than give him a platform, our politicians should publicly denounce anti-Semitism wherever it is found,” Mr. Biden tweeted, adding: “The Holocaust happened well. Hitler was an evil person.”

Mr. Trump, a former Republican president and 2024 presidential candidate, confirmed he had dinner last week at Mar-a-Lago with Kanye West and a white supremacist, Nick Fuentes, known for questioning the reality of the Holocaust.&nbsp ;

Kanye West, a rapper and entrepreneur increasingly isolated after a series of anti-Semitic remarks, went deeper on Thursday by confessing his admiration for Hitler and the Nazis during an interview with a American conspiratorial presenter. 

“I love Hitler”, launched the star several times, triggering a deluge of condemnations on social networks. His Twitter account was immediately suspended