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For Jewish Americans, echoes of the Holocaust and anger over Trump's response to Charlottesville

Dina Chernick had just arrived for breakfast Thursday at a Jewish deli in the Pico-Robertson neighborhood, but she already had a bad case of indigestion. She could thank President Trump for that. “Here’s this guy and he’s talking about uniting the country and then he makes these terribly divisive...
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For Jewish Americans, echoes of the Holocaust and anger over Trump's response to Charlottesville

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