Despite a public presidential rebuke during a February press conference, Hassidic correspondent for the Jewish weekly magazine Ami, displays amicable relationship with Trump administration in his exclusive interview for Passover.
By Erez Linn and Israel Hayom Staff
The White House smoothed things over last week with a hassidic Jewish reporter whom President Donald Trump rebuked last February.
— Jacob Kornbluh (@jacobkornbluh) April 9, 2017
Jewish weekly Ami Magazine correspondent Jake Turx was granted an exclusive interview with Press Secretary Sean Spicer, which was published in the magazine’s special Passover edition.
Turx tweeted a picture of himself sitting down with Spicer last Friday on his Twitter account, and wrote: “Sharing a laugh with @PressSec @seanspicer in his office.”
In February’s press conference, when Turx asked a question about anti-Semitism, Trump ordered him to “sit down.” Turx attempted to interject, and Trump told him, “Quiet, quiet, quiet.”
Trump also accused Turx of lying about asking a straightforward, simple question.
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