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CNN’s chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour has issued an apology following outrage from Israel after she compared the administration to the Nazi’s Kristallnacht attack on Jewish people.  

She compared to Kristallnacht during a segment on her CNN International show Amanpour, which airs in the US as well as Europe and Asia, on the 82nd anniversary of the deadly event described as a prelude to the Holocaust. 

In the segment she said Kristallnacht 'was the Nazis' warning shot across the bow of our human civilization that led to genocide against a whole identity and, in that tower of burning books, it led to an attack on fact, knowledge, history and proof.'

'After four years of a modern-day assault on those same values by Donald , the Biden-Harris team pledges a return to normal,' she added.

Kristallnacht, known as the Night of Broken Glass, was a violent pogrom led by Nazis in Germany and Austria on November 9 to 10 in 1938 against the Jewish community. 

CNN’s chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour has issued an apology following outrage from Israel after she compared the Trump administration to Nazi’s Kristallnacht attack on Jewish people. On November 13 Amanpour compared Trump to Kristallnacht during a segment commemorating the 82nd anniversary of the event that culminated to the Holocaust

CNN’s chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour has issued an apology following outrage from Israel after she compared the administration to Nazi’s Kristallnacht attack on Jewish people. On November 13 Amanpour compared to Kristallnacht during a segment commemorating the 82nd anniversary of the event that culminated to the Holocaust

On Monday Amanpour offered an apology saying she should not have juxtaposed Trump's 'attacks on history, facts, knowledge and truth' with the Nazi Kristallnacht attack

On Monday Amanpour offered an apology saying she should not have juxtaposed 's 'attacks on history, facts, knowledge and truth' with the Nazi Kristallnacht attack 

Kristallnacht, known as the Night of Broken Glass, was a violent riot led by Nazis in Germany and Austria on November 9 to 10 in 1938 against the Jewish community. Jewish homes and businesses were vandalized, synagogues attacked and thousands were sent to concentration camps, marking the start of the Holocaust

Kristallnacht, known as the Night of Broken Glass, was a violent riot led by Nazis in Germany and Austria on November 9 to 10 in 1938 against the Jewish community. Jewish homes and businesses were vandalized, synagogues attacked and thousands were sent to concentration camps, marking the start of the Holocaust

Jewish homes and businesses were vandalized, synagogues attacked and thousands were sent to concentration camps, marking the start of the Holocaust.

On Monday she issued an apology on her program saying she regrets the pain her words have caused.

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