DC lawmaker’s make-good visit to Holocaust museum after controversial comments goes awry
A Washington, D.C., council member who came under fire last month for asserting that rich Jews control the weather, drew more criticism this week when he abruptly left a Holocaust museum after making more eyebrow-raising comments.
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