And, of course, it wasn’t his fault.
A former CNN photo editor and writer who resigned after his past anti-Semitic tweets resurfaced is now saying the incident was “like a coordinated attack” by the Trump administration.
Last month, Mohammed Elshamy resigned from his position with the network when several tweets of his from years ago gained attention, including one 2011 tweet that read, “More than 4 jewish pigs killed in #Jerusalem today by the Palestinian bomb explode. #Israel #Gaza.”
Now, he’s pointing the finger at Trump officials amid reports that they have been scouring the social media history of reporters viewed as hostile toward the president. more here