“If you are looking for brains, energy and dynamism in the Middle East, Israel is the only place you need to go,” Buffett said in 2013.
One veteran reporter called Trump’s event “the weirdest Cabinet meeting ever,” which Schumer proceeded to recreate in a video.
There are fewer Jews in the world than Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs, and Spiritualists, among other faith groups.
Ivanka Trump said she was “blindsided on a personal level” by criticism of her father.
Sixty-four members of Congress from both parties wrote a letter asking for the cuts to be reversed, citing rising anti-Semitism around the world.
The groups include the Union for Reform Judaism, Bend the Arc, the Anti-Defamation League and Jewish Voice for Peace.
“I will always stand strong on Israel. But I also find it’s my duty to speak out when I see…issues of race or issues of religion that bother me.”
Ossoff is leading 51%-44% in the red-leaning district, where President Trump won last November but has seen his approval rating steadily decline.
One expert testified that Hezbollah is one of the largest drug exporters and money-laundering organizations in the world.
Meet Jon Ossoff, Georgia’s Jewish, Democratic congressional candidate.
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