Ex-KKK leader David Duke responds to Donald Trump's anti-Semitic tweet. Guess how he feels about it.

Ex-KKK leader David Duke responds to Donald Trump's anti-Semitic tweet. Guess how he feels about it.
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On July 2, Donald Trump tweeted an image of Hillary Clinton's face, superimposed on a screensaver image of dollar bills, next to a six-pointed star (colloquially: Jewish Star, formally: Star of David, conveniently: Sheriffs' Star).

The ensuing backlash had the Trump campaign claiming the star was a sheriff's badge, but one man isn't denying the obvious.

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Scroll down fast, his basilisk eyes can turn you to stone.

That man is former KKK Grand Wizard and possessor of the Smile that Creeps You Out, David Duke.

Besides suggesting a sweet name for an upcoming Jewish rapper (DJ Zio-Money Mogul), Duke subtly affirmed the inherent anti-Semitism in the image. Previously, he'd spoke of the "hidden hand exposing itself" after Trump changed the imagery from a star to a circle.

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Thank you, David Duke, for your astute analysis. Although it's not clear whose "hidden hand" you're referring to: is it Donald's hidden hand that hates Jews? Hillary's hidden, Jewish hand? Some other, "we're #1" foam finger hand you're saving for Cleveland?

Either way, David Duke, you're one "big hands, there's nothing wrong with Donald's hands" tweet away from getting the VP nod.

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