Which statement best describes the situation in the United States after the Holocaust?
A) The government faced a backlash from the American people after allowing hundreds of thousands of Jewish immigrants into the United States.
B) Jews were only allowed to seek asylum in the United States if they converted to Christianity upon arrival.
C) Anti-Semitism was so high in the United States, that the government forbid any Jews from immigrating.
D) The United States provided some refuge, but discrimination guided the laws and prevented thousands of Jews from immigrating.
E) The United States welcomed Jewish refugees with open arms after the war because of the horrors of the Holocaust.