John Cusack Tweets and Then Apologizes for Anti-Semitic Image

John Cusack Tweets and Then Apologizes for Anti-Semitic Image


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Actor John Cusack tweets and then apologizes for anti-Semitic image
The „Say Anything” actor said he thought he was retweeting a pro-Palestinian post and later agreed that the image was anti-Semitic.
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