“You’ve got a number of dual citizens…in any other country that might be seen as a problem, but it’s not here because of that special relationship.”
By failing to criticize Netanyahu and tarring members of the American Jewish community, AIPAC has lost track of who it’s serving.
“No democracy should deny entry to visitors based on the content of their ideas — even ideas they strongly object to,” Joe Biden tweeted Thursday.
Omar: “It is an opportunity for us to explain why it is we support a nonviolent movement, which is the BDS movement.”
“I am grateful for the opportunity to really learn how my words make people feel.”
AIPAC in the past blasted Jewish Power as “racist,” although it did not explicitly fault Netanyahu for making a vote-sharing deal with the party.
Steve Grossman, also the former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, previously appeared to be backing Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
“[Omar] is a danger to American society and your hotel,” the voicemail said. “You are not to allow her foot into there if you value your own safety.”
He was widely criticized after tweeting “Anti-semitism is a right-wing force.”
Vice President Mike Pence said so; The Washington Post gave his claim two Pinocchios.