Donald Trump got his first major newspaper endorsement Sunday — and it’s hardly a surprise given its owner.
Bernie Sanders was probably the most popular politician in Wednesday night’s debate.
Before the third and final presidential debate started, the organizers paid an unlikely tribute: to the elderly Holocaust survivor who back in the 1950s, as a young immigrant, had the idea for the modern American debate.
Donald Trump is at Sheldon Adelson’s home turf in Vegas, but relations between the Republican presidential candidate and the Jewish casino mogul are deteriorating.
Zeev Libskin and Murray Roter, both in their 80s, made their way through the packed South Florida Expo Center until finally getting as close as possible to the stage.
“Hillary Clinton meets in secret with international banks to plan the destruction of global sovereignty in order to enrich these global interest powers,” Trump said.
Jewish Republican donors have expressed their dissatisfaction with Trump from the start, and the latest revelations have led some to worry that Trump could taint the GOP brand.
A week after former Israeli president Shimon Peres was brought to rest in Jerusalem, a high-level memorial service was held in Washington DC’s Adas Israel synagogue, featuring Vice President Joe Biden and former secretary of state Madeleine Albright.
In an election cycle that carries very little good news for Republicans and even less for Jewish Republicans, there’s a glimpse of hope from Long Island.
In a debate described as the “ugliest ever,” and marked by outright hostility between the candidates, trained ears also noticed an influx in Jewish namedropping by Donald Trump that could evoke anti-Semitic sentiments among some of his followers.