Channeling the skills that he honed over seasons of “The Apprentice” (though not the skills of civil debate), President Donald Trump went to Nevada to stump for Republican senate candidate Dean Heller. Brushing off the immigration furor that has surrounded his administration for the past week, he chose to tease and play with the crowd in baiting the state Democratic opposition.
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.”
“I am deeply concerned about the deaths and injuries in Gaza,” Warren said.
Among the 10 Democrats to sign the letter were four Jews: Sanders, Feinstein, Al Franken and Brian Schatz.
Warren said that the Israel Anti-Boycott Act raises free speech concerns and that she cannot support the bill.
Progressive senator Elizabeth Warren spoke out against the controversial bill aimed at outlawing boycotts of Israel.
Elizabeth Warren was forced off the Senate floor after Republicans accused her of impugning Jeff Sessions’s reputation.
Former baseball player and sportscaster and current aspiring U.S. senator Curt Schilling can’t understand why Jews back Democrats when Democrats, he says, don’t back Israel.
There was something electric about seeing Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren on stage together for their first joint campaign appearance in Cincinnati on Monday June 27.