In the shadow of Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu, Bernie Sanders is dramatically challenging Beltway discourse on Israel.
Bernie Sanders continues to not endorse his son’s congressional campaign, saying that he does not believe in “dynastic politics.”
Sanders was the first Jewish presidential candidate to win nominating contests in a major party.
With more Democrats openly criticizing Israel after the Gaza killings some experts say there could be growing shift in the American Jewish vote.
Sanders, Warren and 11 other senators signed a letter urging Trump “to do more to alleviate the ongoing humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip.”
“Cardi B is right,” Sanders tweeted. “If we are really going to make America great we need to strengthen Social Security.”
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders criticized Israel’s use of force on the border with Gaza in a tweet.
Organizers of the Global Call for Peace said 11,000 callers from around the world, including Israel, participated in the Sunday launch.
Levi Sanders is running for Congress in New Hampshire, spurring reporters to examine his social media history.
Her campaign goals include transitioning towards renewable energy, electric cars and improved public transportation.