VIDEO: CNN analyst says Rashida Tlaib ‘has her history wrong’ about Holocaust
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CNN anchor John King and CNN global affairs analyst Aaron David Miller on Monday both criticized the veracity of controversial remarks made by Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., about the Holocaust.
Tlaib has been criticized by Republicans, including President Trump, for saying she was comforted knowing Palestinians helped create “a safe haven for Jews” to their detriment after the Holocaust.
The article goes on to state the following:
Although King argued some Republicans were twisting the comments as she has claimed, he also acknowledged that Tlaib’s statement “fails a critical fact and context test.”
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