Very few Americans are aware that Sebastian Gorka, President Trump's senior advisor, has been linked to neo-Nazi group in Hungary.
Reporter Larry Cohler-Esses first reported the allegations in The Forward, a leading Jewish American newspaper. The outlet reports members of the Vitézi Rend elite order confirmed Gorka took a lifelong oath of loyalty to the Hungarian far-right group, which is listed by the US State Department as having been "under the direction of the Nazi Government of Germany" during World War II. Questions first emerged about Gorka's ties to the group after the website LobeLog published photographs of Gorka wearing a Vitézi Rend medal on his lapel at a presidential inauguration ball on January 20.
The Anne Frank Center is calling for Gorka's resignation and says he represents a broader problem of anti-Semitism within the Trump administration. It released a statement that reads, in part, quote, "How many ducks in the Trump White House must walk, talk and quack Anti-semitically before our country wakes up and sees the greater problem? This administration has staff with shockingly Anti-semitic pasts, and it is hard to imagine they have nothing to do with the horrifically weak reactions to Anti-semitic hate crimes that we see coming from this Administration," the quote read from the Anne Frank Center.
This revelation comes as Jewish community centers and synagogues around the USA reported waves of bomb threats since Trump's swearing in as POTUS. The Jewish Community Center Association of North America says it's documented 128 incidents at 87 community centers so far this year.
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