The Pittsburgh massacre was one of the deadliest attacks on Jews in American history. 11 worshippers gunned down by a far right anti-Semite at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. The alleged shooter wasn’t a supporter of President Trump, but, like Trump, he was obsessed with immigrants and terrorists coming into the country, and blamed “globalist” Jews for being behind it all. Even before the synagogue attack, the Trump presidency had been marked by an explosion in the number anti-Semitic attacks across the U.S. Despite his condolences and the fact that his daughter and son-in-law are Jewish, the reality is that this president of the United States has, shamefully, got form when it comes to anti-Semitism. He’s referred to neo-Nazis as “very fine people” and trafficked some of the oldest and most blatant of anti-Jewish stereotypes. So, what responsibility should he take for the current toxic climate? And what does the evidence say — is the president an anti-Semite?