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The White House on Friday condemned what it claimed was “hateful promotion” of anti-Semitism by Elon Musk, owner of the “X” platform (formerly Twitter).
Dozens of American and European companies announced that they would stop advertising on the X platform.
White House spokesman Andrew Bates considered it "unacceptable" to repeat a "heinous lie" in this manner.
He added, "We condemn in the strongest terms this hateful promotion of anti-Semitism and racial hatred, which contradicts our basic values as Americans," adding, "We all have a responsibility to bring people together against hatred, and a duty not to remain silent about anyone who attacks the dignity of his American citizens and undermines the safety of our communities."
The White House's comment came in response to Musk's response to an anti-Semitic post on the "X" platform by saying, "I told the actual truth."
The White House and American media considered that the original publication indicated the existence of a secret plan by the Jews to bring irregular immigrants to the United States to weaken the dominance of the white majority.
Bates considered that "it is unacceptable to repeat this hideous lie that is behind the bloodiest anti-Semitic incidents in American history, especially a month after the bloodiest day for the Jewish people since the Holocaust," referring to the Hamas attack on October 7.