Nazi survivors protest Holocaust Museum's ties with Trump's aide

Elliott Abrams is on the board of the US Holocaust Museum's Committee on Conscience, which aims to prevent genocides.

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    Survivors of Nazi atrocities have joined a campaign to urge Washington's Holocaust Museum to cut ties with Elliott Abrams, an adviser to US President Donald Trump.

    Those protesting have so far gathered over 60,000 signatures on a petition to remove Abrams from its Committee on Conscience.

    As Shihab Rattansi explains, Abrams has been involved in controversy for decades.


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