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Sara Netanyahu (R), wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, stands next to Grinis. REUTERS/Amir Cohen A Holocaust survivor has her make-up done before the start of the annual Holocaust survivors' beauty pageant in the Israeli city of Haifa October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Amir Cohen TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Holocaust survivor, Carmela Ben Yehuda, 89, dances during the annual Holocaust survivors' beauty pageant in the Israeli city of Haifa October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Amir Cohen TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY In January, on international Holocaust Remembrance Day, a Trump administration statement failed to mention Jews, the overwhelming majority of those who were killed in concentration camps under Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.Earlier this month, White House spokesman Sean Spicer triggered an uproar when he said Hitler did not sink to the level of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad by using chemical weapons.

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That way, you can see what needs to be cut out – starting with the least painful things.”Both Weingold and Petti said the “least painful things” could be buying coffee every morning or lunch every day, streaming subscriptions or services were signed up for, but forgot about and are still being billed.“People are always surprised to see where their money is going, especially if they aren’t making a conscious decision of where it is going,” Petti said.

They were murdered by an evil that words cannot describe, and that the human heart cannot bear," Trump said in a speech to the World Jewish Congress Plenary Assembly in New York on Yom Ha Shoah, Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day."On Yom Ha Shoah, we look back at the darkest chapter of human history," Trump added.

"We mourn, we remember, we pray, and we pledge: 'Never again.'"Related: Holocaust survivors beauty pageant Holocaust survivor, Malka Gurka, 73, walks down a red carpet during the annual Holocaust survivors' beauty pageant in the Israeli city of Haifa October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Amir Cohen Some contestants are reflected in a marble column (R) during the annual Holocaust survivors' beauty pageant in the Israeli city of Haifa October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Amir Cohen A contestant has nail polish applied before the start of the annual Holocaust survivors' beauty pageant in the Israeli city of Haifa October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Amir Cohen Some contestants are reflected in a marble column (R) during the annual Holocaust survivors' beauty pageant in the Israeli city of Haifa October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Amir Cohen Holocaust survivor Anna Grinis (C), 75, celebrates after winning the annual Holocaust survivors' beauty pageant in the Israeli city of Haifa October 30, 2016.

Levmore directs the Agunah & Get-Refusal Prevention Project at the International Young Israel Movement and the Jewish Agency for Israel.

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