“Of course he was sworn in,” a leader of a Nazi-allied group tells the Forward.
A new flock of far-right figures is making inroads into Trump’s White House, where Stephen Bannon, ex-Brietbart head, is one of his top aides.
Israel’s new law barring supporters of boycott from entering the country, has roiled the American Jewish left many of whom fear the ban will leave critics of the Israeli government’s policies unable to enter the Jewish state.
Two hours before half the liberal Jews in Brooklyn were set to turn up at a local synagogue to learn how to resist President Trump, things were feeling a bit precarious at the offices of the city councilman who was organizing the whole thing.
WASHINGTON — Trump administration rhetoric about Israeli-Palestinian peace is typical of a president who would make everything great: President Donald Trump is going to bring about a “historic” deal, the White House has said, one that would “reverberate positively throughout the region and the world.” What isn’t typical, at least for a president who has…
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