CINCINNATI, OH- JULY 6: Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the crowd during a campaign rally at the Sha
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After Donald Trump was forced to delete an anti-Semitic tweet that featured the Star of David and a photo of Hillary Clinton surrounded by mounds of cash, the presidential hopeful is now defending himself by suggesting that the media were too quick to fault him for using the imagery.

Trump's latest tweet tries to justify his deleted one by using a book from the 2013 film Frozen as an example of media outrage.

Here's Trump's controversial tweet, which was changed to avoid backlash.

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Clinton used Trump's Frozen tweet as motivation to throw her signature shade, firing off this tweet shortly after his:

If Trump thinks he has a point, he must first analyze all the Jewish stereotypes he used and then try to compare them to Disney.