In the past, the Anne Frank Center has publicly demanded that Twitter suspend President Donald Trump's account, accused Trump of driving the United States "off a moral cliff," and was critical of former Press Secretary Sean Spicer when he said that Hitler "didn't even sink to using chemical weapons."
And in their latest attack on President Trump, the Anne Frank Center shared a list of recent actions by President Trump to highlight the "escalating parallels of history."
The tweet earned praise and condemnation on social media.
I see assumptions by a alt left individual. There's no research or intellect to this post either. But hey free speech is a right .— Jonathan Whitehead (@Jonny3638) August 29, 2017
I would add his decision to expand sales of military equipment to local and state police.— Morris Jacobs (@MorrisJacobs10) August 28, 2017
You didn't do well in history class, did you?— Jayna Cline (@jaynacl) August 30, 2017
His supporters only care that he isn't coming for them. Yet.— Nick Cook (@nickjcook) August 28, 2017
Just further showing he's nothing but a hateful man-child dedicated to wiping out all the good Obama has done for us all.— Christopher (@TheIrishonfire) August 28, 2017
According to their website, "The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect uses the diary and spirit of Anne Frank as unique tools to advance her legacy, to educate young people and communities in the U.S. and Canada about the dangers of intolerance, anti-Semitism, racism and discrimination, and to inspire the next generation to build a world based on mutual respect."
"Historically, the Anne Frank Center has long-established roots and a universal message that spans geographic and political borders. Our predecessor organization, the Anne Frank Foundation, originated in New York City in 1959 and began as American Friends of the Anne Frank House, with Anne's father, Otto Frank, as our first President. He sought to raise awareness of Anne's story and funding for the House in Amsterdam, which was opened to the public in 1960. When our organization secured 501(c)(3) nonprofit status in 1977, our name was formally changed to the Anne Frank Center USA. In 2016 we expanded the name to the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, in order to better reflect the humanitarian spirit of Anne's words and her legacy."
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