Saban is one of thirteen people whose endorsement Bernie Sanders does not want.
So far, no House members have confirmed that they would be joining Tlaib’s trip to Israel and the West Bank, designed as an alternative to AIPAC.
Barak, who is hoping to return to Israel’s prime minister’s office, has declined to comment on Haaretz’s findings.
Megan Rapinoe is the Sue Bird of soccer, actually.
“Your faith and courage are an inspiration to the nation,” Pence told Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, who was injured during a deadly attack at his shul.
Trump, who had defended Acosta after Epstein’s arrest last week on sex-trafficking charges, praised him as a “great labor secretary, not a good one.”
The former publisher of the National Enquirer, David Pecker, and the former deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein, were also targeted.
Oleh Lyashko once called it a “humiliation” when a Ukrainian president acknowledged the country’s culpability in the Holocaust.
The changes were spurred by a high school student, the granddaughter of a Holocaust survivor from Libya.
“Let’s not make any mistake — if she were a very good soccer player and she were not a very outspoken lesbian, she would be getting fewer contracts.”
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