After Politico reported that the White House quashed a State Department statement marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day that specifically mentioned Jewish victims, the director of the Anti-Defamation League called on President Donald Trump to apologize.
"To not include Jews when talking about the Holocaust is to miss the very essence of this low point in human history. Time for President Trump to apologize and set the record straight," ADL director Jonathan Greenblatt said late Thursday in a statement.
Trump's statement marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day last week did not explicitly mention Jewish victims, prompting scrutiny from groups like the ADL.
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