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Trump Threw A Hannukkah Party Last Night--And The Guest List Left People Enraged

By Vanessa Nix Anthony

Rarely one to take the high road, President Donald Trump decided to use this year's White House Hannukah party to send a very partisan message by not inviting the majority of Jewish House members — Democrats — to the festivities.

A mere 300 guests attended, instead of the traditional 1,700 bipartisan attendees.

Fresh on the heels of Trump's controversial declaration that Jerusalem is now the capital of Israel, the Republican Jewish Coalition and America First Action (Trump allies) hosted the White House's version of the "Festival of Lights" in a room flanked by Christmas trees and evergreen garlands. The event featured the lighting of a small menorah by Trump's young grandchildren, who are being raised in the Jewish faith by his daughter, Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner. 

As you can imagine, this did not sit well with liberals: