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In December last year the pair was at the Winter Wonderland Ball in New York.They have since posted pictures of themselves on holidays, at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida, and Tiffany’s graduation, among others. More often than not, you’d find us looking through the fence at them playing on Saturday night and them looking through the fence watching us play on Friday night. Blacks as a race were fine, but blacks as individuals were not. Blacks as individuals were fine, but the fear was if the blacks get in the majority, that’s the total, we’re in trouble.”“Next morning I had a call from the general manager, and Gil Hodges, who was the manager [of the Detroit Tigers], to come to the office. I thought that everything was grossly exaggerated to substantiate the Civil Rights Act. Those plantations were managed and maintained sometimes by black overseers, and a lot of those . If they weren’t family members, they were well-treated and well-respected and well-liked.”“Was [my father] a segregationist? The blacks would play football on the field on Saturday night. Then we’re going to your house, and we’re going to try to arrest you unless you let Henry out of jail.’ Henry got out of jail. They knew that wasn’t for them.” That’s the point I’m making. ” “Yes, sir.” “You know what it says then.” “Yes, sir.” What it said was everybody in the South wasn’t a racist, that I was from a ‘Black Belt’ of Alabama which was not named for the color of the people but the color of the soil. Dad tells a story about taking my brother Jack, who was born in 1932, to the park and entertaining him because he couldn’t find a job. When my parents’ generation started dying off, the kids like me had gone off and gone to school, and the population dwindled down to now one lone Jewish man, Bert Rosenbush, who’s close to 80 . I’ve had any number of generations above mine, and mine, saying that, of all the ethnic groups in Demopolis, the success of that community is in large part due to the Jewish population more than any other. I had Wagner [pronounces it German way: Vogner] music on. She said, “Do you know whose music you’re listening too? ate at one and slept at the other, and made ends meet. Like so many others they didn’t ask for or receive a lot of help other than from family, but by the time they retired they had done extremely well.”“. If you figure the white population no more in that time than 2,000 and you had 150 Jews of all ages there, there was a significant Jewish population there. Demopolis, the little town now, has really appreciated the Jewish presence there. The Detroit Tigers [baseball team] had given me a red Ford convertible to drive while I was there playing ball. I loved classical music and loved Richard Wagner’s music.Tiffany Trump, 22, has been dating Ross Mechanic, 31, the son of attorney Jonathan Mechanic and Wendy Sue Levine.

Tiffany has only recently become more involved in her father’s presidential campaign - as part of a bid to attract millennial voters. They wanted so much to be accepted that they inadvertently assimilated themselves away.” “You think that the plantations in the South just disintegrated with the end of the war, but during the war and afterward a lot of those plantations were run by ex-slaves, or blacks, particularly when the owners had been called into service and were in Virginia fighting somewhere. If you look at the history, you’ll see some of these old Jewish restaurants in Demopolis, listed as slave owners, but they weren’t slave owners. There was a bond that was certainly different than the image of Simon Legree. In high school, whites would play football on the field on Friday night. I’ve got beer at my house and I want you to arrest me. We’re going to have a beer there and we’re going to arrest him. His attitude was, “Why in the hell did they move into that white neighborhood. If you want to know what happened to the Jews in rural Alabama, they assimilated themselves out of existence. Some are buried in white cemeteries, not necessarily Jewish, but with their owners, the blacks in the white cemeteries. We had a great time together, and we really had no problems. one of his black workmen at the automobile dealership got arrested in a dry county [alcohol is illegal] for having beer. We’re going down to the country jail and get Henry out.’ He got down there, and he told the police chief, ‘I want you to come to my house. [It was] just [that] the prevailing sentiment then was we’ve got to maintain control.”“When I was playing ball again in Birmingham, one of the white boys from Pennsylvania gave us hell about living in the South until his parents put their home on the market and found out blacks had moved in the neighborhood and the value of the house had gone down. the peak of the population was probably about 1900 to 1910. There was a warm relationship, and it still continues today.”“When I was playing ball in Detroit [Michigan], the only experience I had was I had a date with a Jewish girl and I picked her up. I told them over there that the Baptists had to be thankful, for without us Jews they’d have never had a bell in the Baptist church.The two met while studying at her father’s alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania, where Ross is currently studying software engineering.