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BLACKSTONE CEO: I got called a Nazi for advising a Trump council, but I'm Jewish

The billionaire head of the world's largest alternative investment firm laid out how his business council, which advised the Trump administration, wound down in the wake of Charlottesville. In his first public comments since Trump's corporate councils disbanded, Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman detailed the enormous backlash he faced. "You should have seen some of the emails I got," he told a Wall Street audience at the Delivering Alpha conference in New York on Tuesday, September 12.
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