A bipartisan group of lawmakers sent a letter this week to President Joe Biden, urging his administration to develop a national strategy for monitoring and fighting antisemitism through a “whole-of-government” approach.
The letter, dated Monday and sent by the House and Senate Bipartisan Task Forces for Combating Antisemitism, warned “history has taught us that attacks and conspiracy theories that target Jews not only threaten Jews, but frequently grow to threaten the security of other communities and the foundations of democracy.”
On Wednesday, the White House will host a roundtable, led by second gentleman Douglas Emhoff, the first Jewish spouse of an American president or vice president, with administration officials and Jewish organizations about the rise of antisemitism in the U.S.
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