Jewish casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson and his wife, Miriam Adelson, have great seats at Donald Trump’s inauguration.5
An Orthodox rabbi, Yehuda Glick stood on the altar and read, “a prayer for all kings, and especially the king of the United States of America.”13
As a candidate he was shunned by most of the Jewish community, yet Trump has surrounded himself with a small but loyal group of Jewish supporters, donors and confidants.
Across the country, the wave of empty bomb threats that hit 27 JCC’s on Wednesday were a frightening reminder of a new business as usual. The threats came just days after a similar wave last week hit 16 JCC’s in a single day.
Not long ago, Jean Bergman, an 88-year-old retired manicurist, received a check for $1,000. The check arrived in connection with her husband’s grave at Eden Memorial Park, a Jewish cemetery in Los Angeles. The cemetery has been sued twice after allegations that gravediggers were instructed to throw human bones interred there into a dump pile to squeeze in more graves and thereby maximize profits.
Donald Trump’s newest advisor Reed Cordish is being sued in a class-action lawsuit that claims his real estate company discriminated against African-Americans, according to The Daily Beast.4
As exciting as watching the presidential inauguration with hundreds of thousands of other Trump supporters gathered in the National Mall may be, true political players are looking beyond the swearing in, the inaugural speech and the parade to the White House.
At 31, Stephen Miller has reached a political stature few have matched - he is drafting president-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration speech, to be delivered Friday.
(Haaretz) — When 50 members of the grassroots protest group If Not Now arrived at UJA-Federation of New York in the late afternoon gloom last Monday, they were met by a scrum of police and security officers barring their entry into the building.
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