The White House strongly denounced former President Donald Trump’s dinner at Mar-a-Lago last week with notorious racist and antisemite Nick Fuentes Ye, also known as Kanye West and whose antisemitic tweets have been blocked by Twitter recently.

“Bigotry, hate, and antisemitism have absolutely no place in America — including at Mar-A-Lago,” The White House Statement. “Holocaust denial is repugnant and dangerous, and it must be forcefully condemned.”

Reporters asked President Joe Biden his opinion on Saturday’s dinner during his visit to Nantucket for the Christmas tree-lighting ceremony. He replied: “You don’t want to hear what I think.”

The Mar-a-Lago dinner blew up in Trump’s face less than two weeks after he declared that he was running for president.

Ye uploaded a video last Friday that first showed the dinner. Ye claimed that Trump asked him to reveal it. His vice president, and that of the former president “screamed” At him.

Truth Social claimed that the former president did not know who the other was Fuentes It was on Tuesday last week, when Ye was accompanied by him to dinner.

According to sources, the men did however get along. Ye stated in his video, “The former president was…” “very impressed” With Fuentes. Witnesses report that Trump even praised the Holocaust denier at dinner. “He gets me,” Trump claimed.

Fuentes Trump’s top-ranking right-wing extremist, he is supported by key allies like Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia and Paul Gosar from Arizona. Both lawmakers spoke at an event organized by white supremacists. Fuentes It was early in the year. The incident sparked controversy and was extensively and prominently covered in the media. Trump seemed to have forgotten about it.

Trump called Ye a “sinister” in another attempt to rebut his disastrous dinner. “seriously troubled man” To whom he gave advice at dinner. Trump posted Friday that he believed the rapper was a racist. “expressed no antisemitism” While dining.

Ye made a Twitter promise in October to go “death con 3 on Jews.”

Matt Brooks (chief executive of Republican Jewish Coalition) issued a statement Friday that did not name Trump. “We strongly condemn the virulent antisemitism of Kanye West and Nick Fuentes, and call on all political leaders to reject their messages of hate and refuse to meet with them.”

Trump just spoke a week ago You can live stream a RJC meeting in Las Vegas via video.

A message from the U.S. was also retweeted by The RJC. David Friedman, Ambassador to Israel, called the RJC. Fuentes “human scum, and informed Trump that his meeting with both the antisemitic Ye and Fuentes was “unacceptable.”