"It's Never Good Enough!" Spicer Slams Critics Who Call Trump Anti-Semitic

White House press secretary Sean Spicer attempted on Tuesday to dispel criticisms levied against President Donald Trump that his administration has not gone far enough to denounce a rash of attacks on synagogues and other Jewish spaces.

"It’s ironic that no matter how many times he talks about this, that it’s never good enough," Spicer said. "Today, I think, was an unbelievably forceful comment by the president as far as his denunciation of the actions that are currently targeted towards Jewish community centers. But I think that he’s been very clear previous to this."

Earlier that day, Trump addressed the issue of anti-Semitic behavior during a visit to the National Museum of African American History: "I will tell you that anti-Semitism is horrible, and it’s going to stop and it has to stop," he implored.

In response, The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect executive director Stephen Goldstein blasted Trump’s remarks as "a pathetic asterisk of condescension" and chastised the Trump administration for refusing to "apologize and correct the record."

Spicer insisted that Trump has already made headway in addressing divisiveness within the country.

"I think that, hopefully as time continues to go by, they recognize his commitment to civil rights, to voting rights, to equality for all Americans," he said.