“They’re trying to use fear mongering,” said a fair election advocate about anonymous ads warning yeshivas will close if Simcha Felder loses Thursday.
Zucker responded to the complaints with his own invective, asserting that his network treated all the candidates equally and said that Trump got more coverage because he granted greater access to the press than other candidates did.
But there might be an explanation for Trump’s current or potential Goldman picks — Jews are the only people he trusts to manage the purse strings.
But if adviser Michael Cohen had carried the day, the event might have even more over-the-top, with balloons, models and a circus elephant, according to a Friday story from Yahoo News.
Bill and Hillary Clinton have cultivated friendships with many deep-pocketed donors over their decades in politics. But according to a Friday report in Politico, no one quite matches Haim Saban, the Israel-American owner of Univision.
n Wednesday, comedian and actress Sarah Silverman sent a fundraising e-mail to Wisconsin Democrat Russ Feingold’s backers asking them to chip in a few dollars to help beat incumbent and Republican foe Ron Johnson.
It looks like Benjamin Netanyahu has a new career path lined up — in case the Israeli elections don’t pan out. His new campaign ad shows him as a responsible Bibi-Sitter.
More than 90 percent of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s reelection funds have come from the United States.
Seeking to raise money for the New Hampshire Republican Party, state chairwoman Jennifer Horn recently called the party’s national boss, Reince Priebus, with a question: Could he get Rand Paul to visit?
Remember the movie “Garden State”? Well, the man behind the movie, actor Zach Braff, just raised over $2 million on Kickstarter to produce the movie’s sequel! Excited? Here’s why you shouldn’t be.