Who could he be talking about?
President Biden released a statement condemning anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial on Friday — just a day after disgraced rapper Kanye West praised Hitler in another vile rant — though the statement Biden does not mention anyone by name.
“I just want to clarify some things: the Holocaust happened. Hitler was a demonic figure,” Biden, 80, tweeted.
“And instead of giving it a platform, our political leaders should expose and reject anti-Semitism wherever it hides. Silence is complicity.
Biden’s tweet also came just 10 days after former President Donald Trump sparked outrage by hosting Western white nationalist and anti-Jew Nick Fuentes for dinner at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.
The Nov. 22 dinner sent shockwaves through the GOP, with Trump’s former Vice President Mike Pence demanding he apologize.
Trump, however, later insisted he didn’t know who Fuentes was or anything about him when he showed up with West.
Meanwhile, the rapper – now known as Ye – was kicked off Twitter again early Friday for ‘inciting violence’ after he shared a disturbing image of a swastika inside a star of David.
West posted the disturbing image just hours after declaring his love for Hitler and continuing to spit his anti-Semitic conspiracies in a deranged interview with Infowars host and fellow conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.
“I see good things about Hitler,” West said in the interview. “Every human being has a value they brought to the table, especially Hitler.”
Elsewhere in the interview, West said, “I love Hitler… There’s a lot of things I love about Hitler – a lot of things.”
In his ensuing tweetstorm, West told his 32.2 million followers, “I’m starting to think anti-Semitism means” the n-word.
New Twitter owner Elon Musk confirmed on Friday that West’s “account will be suspended” – just weeks after it was reactivated.
The ‘Gold Digger’ artist was first suspended from Twitter in October after saying in a tweet that he wanted to do ‘death con 3’ about Jews.