Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is facing questions about his campaign's vetting process and hiring decisions following a slew of bad publicity about his newly installed campaign chief Stephen Bannon, including allegations Bannon made anti-Semitic remarks.
In court filings related to their divorce agreement, Bannon's former wife, Mary Louise Piccard, said he objected to their daughters attending a Los Angeles prep school because of the large number of Jewish students there, The Associated Press and other outlets report.
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