Media Reports on Donald Trump Jr.’s Gas Chamber Remark

Following the news of Donald Trump Jr.’s abhorrent gas chamber remark, we released this statement, which was picked up by multiple outlets. Here is a list of everyone who covered our release:

Politico: Trump campaign lashes out at media over Trump Jr. 'gas chamber' comment

The National Jewish Democratic Council also weighed in with a statement, arguing that Trump’s comments were unsurprising given his campaign’s track record but nonetheless “have no place in a presidential campaign.”

“Donald Trump Jr.’s reference to gas chambers is outrageous. With its allusions to the Holocaust, remarks such as these have no place in a presidential campaign,” the NJDC’s statement read.

Jerusalem Post: Media 'warms up the gas chamber' for Republicans, Trump's son says

The National Jewish Democratic Council issued a statement of condemnation on Thursday, as did Rep. Eliot Engel (D-New York), ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. “Everybody knows to what Donald Jr. was referring when he mentioned ‘a gas chamber,’ and there’s only one word for it: deplorable.”

Times of Israel: Trump’s son says media would ‘warm up gas chamber’ for GOP

The National Jewish Democratic Council also took the occasion to castigate the Trump campaign for seemingly attempting to use the horror of the Holocaust to score political points.

“Donald Trump Jr.’s reference to gas chambers is outrageous. With its allusions to the Holocaust, remarks such as these have no place in a presidential campaign,” the organization send in a statement.

“Yet, it is not surprising that the Republican nominee’s son would use such language, given the pattern of frequent dog-whistling to anti-Semites and that both Trump the elder and Trump the younger previously have retweeted postings from known anti-Semites. Both father and son should apologize immediately for this completely inappropriate and offensive reference.”

US Magazine: Donald Trump Jr. makes Holocaust remark, references ‘gas chambers’ while criticizing the media

The National Jewish Democratic Council offered a statement as well, calling Trump Jr.’s remarks unsurprising, but “outrageous” and largely problematic.

“With its allusions to the Holocaust, remarks such as these have no place in a presidential campaign,” the statement reads. “Yet, it is not surprising that the Republican nominee’s son would use such language, given the pattern of frequent dog-whistling to anti-Semites and that both Trump the elder and Trump the younger previously have retweeted postings from known anti-Semites. Both father and son should apologize immediately for this completely inappropriate and offensive reference.”

Hollywood Gossip: Donald Trump Jr. makes offensive Holocaust remark about media, offends the masses

The National Jewish Democratic Council released a statement in response to Trump Jr.'s comments.

“With its allusions to the Holocaust, remarks such as these have no place in a presidential campaign,” the statement read.

“Yet, it is not surprising that the Republican nominee’s son would use such language, given the pattern of frequent dog-whistling to anti-Semites and that both Trump the elder and Trump the younger previously have retweeted postings from known anti-Semites.

"Both father and son should apologize immediately for this completely inappropriate and offensive reference.”