President Trump visited the Yad Vashem Holocaust museum in Jerusalem Tuesday afternoon, laying a wreath in honor of the six million victims of the Nazi Holocaust.
“We are here at Yad Vashem to honor the memory of six million Jews who were sent to their deaths,” said President Trump. “Words can never describe the bottomless depth of that evil.”
The president called the Holocaust “the most savage crime against God and his children,” calling it a “solemn duty” to remember “every life that was so viciously taken”.
“The Jewish people persevered. They have thrived. They have become so successful in so many places. The State of Israel is a strong, a soaring monument to the solemn pledge we repeat and affirm. Never again.”
— כאן ועכשיו (@kann_news) May 23, 2017