The Republican National Committee (RNC) approved a resolution at their annual meeting Friday condemning antisemitism — including specifically calling out Kanye West and Nick Fuentes — but made no mention of their infamous dinner meeting with Trump.
It was filed by Shawn Steel, a national committee member from California and former chair of the state party, because “he didn’t want a handful of outspoken antisemitic voices to represent the entire GOP,” according to Steinhauser’s report.
As both Politico and Fox News noted, Trump is not mentioned in the resolution, despite his role hosting a now-infamous dinner meeting with West and Fuentes at his residence at Mar-a-Lago last November.
Read the full article. Also on the list: Milo Exgayopoulos.
RNC Approves Resolution Condemning Kanye, Fuentes for Antisemitism — But No Mention of Their Dinner Host Trump https://t.co/X5CGGI4z87
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) January 27, 2023
Republicans attending the party’s winter meeting reportedly voted unanimously to condemn the antisemitism of Kanye West, Nick Fuentes and Milo Yiannopoulos, who recently worked as an intern for one of the party’s highest-profile members of Congress. https://t.co/3uqMSxTgI8
— The Forward (@jdforward) January 27, 2023