Progressives are always quick to point out anything that makes President Trump and his administration look bad.

When White House Correspondent Sean Spicer mentioned the Holocaust during one of his press briefings, liberals went crazy.

But a key group just came out to support President Trump, and which will leave Democrats fuming.

Key Jewish organizations in the United States were in high praise of President Trump after he publicly denounced the anti-Semitism that occurred during the Holocaust.

Leaders from the Jewish organizations publicly announced their appreciation and support for President Trump after he had shown his support for them.

Breitbart News reports:

Speaking on behalf of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, Stephen Greenberg, its Chairman and Malcolm Hoenlein, its Executive Vice Chairman/CEO, noted appreciatively that Trump “clearly and forcefully condemned all forms of anti-Semitism, calling out Holocaust denial, threats to Israel’s existence, anti-Semitic discourse and rhetoric and attacks on Jewish communities.”

Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt commented, “It deeply matters that President Trump used the power of his office to stand against anti-Semitism and hate and to honor the memory of the six million Jews and millions of others murdered in Europe.” Greenblatt encouraged Trump to “continue to use his bully pulpit to speak out against anti-Semitism, bigotry, and hatred in all forms. We urge the president and his administration to act to protect targeted communities against hate crime and discrimination.”

Other largely important American Jewish organizations praised Trump for speaking up for the issue and bringing new light to the problem.

The Algemeiner reports:

Similarly warm reactions to the speech came from the Republican Jewish Coalition, which praised Trump for “speaking from the heart,” and the American Jewish Committee, which highlighted the President’s “empathy with the Jewish people, and commitment to combat all forms of hatred and violence towards Jews.”

President Trump made his speech at the US Capitol earlier this week, and promised to confront anti-Semitism head on.

He also brought up a point many Jewish groups try to bring awareness to, also reported by the Algemeiner:

Speaking to a crowd inside the Capitol building in Washington, DC that included Nazi death camp survivors and World War II veterans, Trump declared that the denial of the Holocaust was “one of many forms of dangerous antisemitism.”

“We’ve seen it on university campuses and in the public square, and in threats against Jewish citizens,” the president said, adding that antisemitism was at its most “sinister…when terrorists attack the Jewish community and when Israel is threatened with total and complete destruction.”

President Obama made a similar speech at the US Capitol to commemorate the event as well, but missed one key point.

The Algemeiner reports:

Trump — whose administration was strongly criticized in January after it issued an International Holocaust Remembrance Day statement that did not specifically mention the Jewish people — reflected on Tuesday, “We stand in awe at the unbreakable spirit of the Jewish people.” The State of Israel, he went on to say, “is an eternal monument to the undying strength of the Jewish people. The Star of David waves atop a great nation.”

Trump’s emphasis on Israel was a notable departure from the speech made by his predecessor, Barack Obama, at the same event on Capitol Hill last year. While Obama placed a similar emphasis on tackling antisemitism, he chose not to mention Israel in his remarks.

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