Anthony Scaramucci, the financier who briefly helmed President Donald Trump’s communications department, pledged £19,000 ($25,000) to the Simon Wiesenthal Centre after an account in his name posted a survey asking people how many Jews were killed in the Holocaust.

“On behalf of the @ScaramucciPost we will be making a £19,000 $25,000 donation to The Simon Wiesenthal Centre. Hopefully I spelled that right,” Scaramucci said Tuesday afternoon on his personal Twitter account, ending with a grinning emoji.

Earlier Tuesday, the Scaramucci Post account had posted a tweet asking “How many Jews were killed in the Holocaust?” and offering multiple choices: “Less than one million, between 1-2 million, between 2-3 million, more than 5 million.” The historical figure, 6 million, was not offered.