Back in February, the right-wing Jewish website Dreuz reported on an unprecedented meeting: The Confederation Of French Jews And Friends Of Israel, it disclosed, had recently met with Louis Alliot, the vice president of France’s National Front party.
The Utah Republican, who converted from Judaism to Mormonism, had promised to continue investigating Hillary Clinton after President Trump was elected.
Democrat Jon Ossoff came within a hair’s breadth of dealing a major blow to President Trump Tuesday night, leading a crowded field of almost a dozen Republicans but falling just short of winning a Georgia Congressional seat outight.
“I think people have a perception that being Jewish in the Deep South is a place where you would be afraid to be Jewish,” Ferriter said.
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