How long can Ivanka, the mother of three Jewish children, stay silent about the vocal anti-Semitic contingent in her father’s base?
The Republican Jewish Coalition condemned the “troubling increase of anti-Semitic invective” aimed at journalists covering the presidential campaigns, but without singling out the two most widely reported incidents, both involving supporters of presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump.
Once, our hero was just an ordinary Jew, doing what he thought was good for Judaism and Israel. Then came Donald Trump and he knew something had to be done. That’s what Neal Pollack became a “Renegade Jew.”
It’s time to do the real work needed to defeat Donald Trump. Nobody is doing that work better than Bend the Arc, Menachem Creditor writes.
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Sheldon Adelson and the Republican Jewish Coalition reportedly are planning to bring Donald Trump to Israel. The Guardian over the weekend quoted what it said were sources close to the casino magnate as saying that the RJC – one of Adelson’s major beneficiaries – was planning the trip at Adelson’s behest, although…
It’s been assumed that only a miracle could land Donald Trump in the Oval Office. The Democrats are hard at work concocting that miracle, J.J. Goldberg writes.
In a way, it’s been ADL’s moment: What better group to take the bull by the horns than the organization set up to confront exactly the kind of bigotry that Donald Trump and his supporters are promoting?
Two men who share the same name, Michael Cohen, exemplify two diametrically opposed positions on Donald Trump held by American Jews.
Now that Sheldon Adelson has endorsed Donald Trump and pledged to spend a fortune to elect the presumed Republican nominee for president, how should the Jewish community react?
Sheldon Adelson was the first, to commit to Donald Trump’s campaign, and now other Jewish donors seem to be flocking to the presumptive Republican nominee’s camp, offering their support and opening their pocketbooks.