Did President Trump just toss decades of American policy on the Middle East in the trash — or was Donald just being the Donald?
The president responded to a question about anti-Semitism in America by talking about his election victory.
Trump said, in reference to the Holocaust, “no other people has endured what the Jewish people have endured.”
“We will see,” he said cryptically.
Jared Kushner has even proposed knocking down the walls between his and Steve Bannon’s offices, according to the latest palace gossip.
Jon Stewart, formerly of the Daily Show, defended the event because it raises money for journalism students’s scholarships.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Sen. Chuck Schumer joined the growing list of Democrats to have condemned the White House Holocaust Remembrance Day statement, calling it “troubling and unfortunate.” Schumer, the Senate minority leader from New York, made the comments to Haaretz Wednesday, a day after House Democrats failed to pass a resolution slamming the White House statement, which…
(JTA) — The State Department crafted a statement for International Holocaust Remembrance Day that explicitly mentioned the Jewish victims of the Nazis, but President Donald Trump’s White House team reportedly blocked its release. An unnamed Trump official said the incident was purely the product of miscommunication, Politico reported Thursday. The State Department’s Office of the…
Executive orders pushed by Cohn would instruct agencies to relax rules adopted under the Dodd-Frank Act, passed after the Great Recession.
Additional information about the White House’s Holocaust Remembrance Day statement continues to dribble out more than a week after the message, which omitted any mention of the event’s Jewish victims, was delivered by President Donald Trump.