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There are a lot of oddballs in U.S. President Donald Trump's entourage, but few are as odd or as sinister as 33-year-old Stephen Miller, Trump's senior policy adviser.Trump's speech last year commemorating Holocaust Remembrance Day failed even to mention Jews; some believe that Miller was the author.There are other Jews around Trump, too, apart from Miller.Nativist movements that insist on the special privileges of blood and soil have invariably been bad for minorities, especially Jews, leading to the kind of violence that drove Miller's great-grandparents out of their country. Some people find it puzzling that anti-Semites have accused Jews of being either archetypal Bolshevists or archetypal capitalists. Historically, most Jews, living in poor villages, were neither.This is why, despite much talk of powerful Jewish lobbies in Washington, most Jews will continue to vote against Trump, even though he is an almost slavish supporter of the Israeli government and openly hostile to the Palestinians. It is also why Miller remains an oddball.
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