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Donald Trump Chairman’s Ex-Wife: Stephen Bannon Said “He Doesn’t Like Jews”

August 27, 2016

Talk about one of the most upside down–inside out–totally incompetent political campaigns that we have ever experienced in our lifetime!  If Donald Trump can not run a political campaign can you image the way he would run a country?

Holy Crap–this is nuts.

And now comes the anti-sematic evidence that will allow for another week of headlines.   God this is grand to watch play.

Who vetted this guru of a campaign CEO?  Ha!

Donald Trump’s campaign CEO, Stephen Bannon, was accused by his ex-wife during divorce proceedings of trying to thwart her efforts to send their children to private schools with large numbers of Jewish students, citing his disdain for “whiny brats.”

“He said that he doesn’t like Jews and that he doesn’t like the way they raise their kids to be ‘whiney brats’ and that he didn’t want the girls to go to school with Jews,” his ex-wife, Mary Louise Piccard, claimed in court fillings reviewed by BuzzFeed News.

Bannon’s spokeswoman, Alexandra Preate, denied that he ever made the comments.

“Mr. Bannon said he never said anything like that and proudly sent the girls to Archer for their middle school and high school education,” Preate said.

In his response filed in court, Bannon said he was cut out of the selection process altogether.

Pursuant to the express language of our Judgment, my obligation to pay any private school expenses is conditioned on my being consulted and approving the private school.I was never consulted about the selection of the proposed school and no effort was made to give me the opportunity to participate in the process.

I do not support the children attending a secular school and I do not agree with the or approve the unilateral selection made by (Piccard).”

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