"[W]e will be making a $25,000 donation to The Simon Wiesenthal Center."
--Anthony Scaramucci, October 17, 2017
This Anthony Scaramucci (b. 1964) was involved with the Trump transition team from November 2016 to January 2017, with a formal position in the White House from late January to late July 2017. He was briefly White House Director of Communications (July 2017).
24 hours earlier (or so):
Scaramucci claims the Holocaust poll was put up without his knowledge by a colleague.[Washington Post:] Anthony Scaramucci lasted only 11 days in the White House, and his so-called media company lasted less than a month after its launch before becoming embroiled in a Holocaust denial scandal.
The Scaramucci Post began its Tuesday by asking Twitter followers [...] “How many Jews were killed in the Holocaust?” the account asked in a poll. Options ranged from “less than one million” to “more than 5 million.” The correct answer [sic...] received 68 percent of the vote.
Note that with almost 5,000 people voting, 21% said "Less than one million." I do not know if this can be taken as a rough estimate of revisionist feeling among politically engaged, right-of-center Americans who would have been following this Scaramucci character on Twitter during the half-a-day when the poll was up.