Holocaust Remembrance Day

In his speech on Holocaust Remembrance Day, President Trump surprised many by not mentioning Jews. As you may know, “The Holocaust” is a phrase usually used to describe the systematic effort by the Nazis to exterminate all Jews. Of course many others were also killed by the Nazis, but only Jews were targeted for total “racial annihilation”, through a systematic and highly organized process of extermination in which millions of Jewish men, women and children were transported in cattle cars to special camps where they were herded en masse into gas chambers and efficiently put to death by Zyklon B gas. When asked about the ommission, Whitehouse spokeswoman Hope Hicks said “We are an incredibly inclusive group.”

In his speech on Memorial Day, President Trump surprised many by not mentioning the people who died while serving in our country’s armed forces. However he did make a very effective pitch for the Trump International Hotel Washington (room rates and convention discounts available on request). When asked about the ommission, Whitehouse spokeswoman Hope Hicks said “We are an incredibly inclusive group.”

In his speech on Martin Luther King Day, President Trump surprised many by not mentioning black Americans, the legacy of slavery, civil rights, or, for that matter, Martin Luther King. When asked about the ommission, Whitehouse spokeswoman Hope Hicks said “We are an incredibly inclusive group.”

In his speech on Arbor Day, President Trump surprised many by not mentioning trees. When asked about the ommission, Whitehouse spokeswoman Hope Hicks said “We are an incredibly inclusive group.”

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