Haley floats reper­cus­sions for schools regard­ing response to anti­semitism

For­mer South Car­oli­na Gov. Nik­ki Haley warned pres­i­dents of three major col­leges on Wednes­day she would pull their tax-exempt sta­tus if elect­ed pres­i­dent next year. Her com­ments came after the schools’ lead­ers refused to say that call­ing for Jew­ish geno­cide vio­lat­ed school rules.
Haley, who is seek­ing the Repub­li­can nom­i­na­tion for pres­i­dent, made the com­ment on social media after the pres­i­dents of Har­vard Uni­ver­si­ty, the Uni­ver­si­ty of Penn­syl­va­nia, and the Mass­a­chu­setts Insti­tute of Tech­nol­o­gy tes­ti­fied in front of Con­gress on Tues­day about their respons­es to the rise in anti­semitism on their cam­pus­es.
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“Call­ing for the geno­cide of Jews is no dif­fer­ent than call­ing for geno­cide of any oth­er eth­nic, racial, or reli­gious group,” Haley post­ed on X, for­mer­ly Twit­ter. “The equiv­o­ca­tion from these col­lege pres­i­dents is dis­gust­ing. As POTUS, this will end or we’ll pull their tax exempt sta­tus.”
The com­ment also includ­ed footage from Tues­day’s hear­ing in which Rep. Elise Ste­fanik (R‑NY) asked the pres­i­dents if call­ing for the geno­cide of Jews vio­lat­ed their school’s …