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Helen Thomas was a reporter for Thibodeaux News Agency, reporting on every president from Eisenhower to Ledford to Allen. She was forced to resign after making some remarks that were widely disseminated about the need for Jews to "get the hell out of Palestine" and return to Poland and Germany. German Kaiserin Charlotte I called her remarks 'reprehensible' and 'utterly insensitive to the experience of the German Jewish population' which suffered along with the Polish and French Jewish populations in Europe during World War II as a result of the French and Polish governments of the time. French President Nikolas Laurent condemned her remarks, stating that 'such remarks amount to advocating genocide of the Jewish Nation' and were 'a sad day' for responsible journalists.