Trump pledges to ‘purge’ anti-Semitism from American academic institutions

by Summer Lane

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President Trump promised to kick anti-Semitism out of American college campuses upon a prospective presidential win in 2024, scorching the leftist incursion and anti-Israeli sentiment that has bubbled up within modern academia.

He said, “In the past three weeks, Crooked Joe Biden has turned a blind eye to the greatest outbreak of anti-Semitism in American history.”

The president’s comments were delivered at a Saturday event in Las Vegas, Nevada, hosted by the Republican Jewish Coalition.

Trump noted that there had been a frightening uptick in anti-Semitic behavior, and vowed to protect “Jewish citizens from these maniacs, lunatics, radical left thugs.”

He added, “Threats or crimes of violence against Jews will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”

The president reminded everyone that he had been a stalwart ally of the Jewish community while in office, signing an executive order that fought “anti-Semitic hate on college campuses.”

“When I get back in office, I will put every single university and college president on notice: the American taxpayer will NOT subsidize the creation of terrorist sympathizers on American soil,” he continued.

Trump further stated that colleges and universities would be forced to “purge the anti-Semitism and pro-terrorism from their midst…or they will lose their accreditation and every last penny of federal student loans.”

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