Born in Brooklyn and Bar Mitzvahed on Long Island, Sekulow said that despite his conversion and belief in Jesus Christ, he “never felt not Jewish.”
Nelly Jordan had apologized for her comments, but this week she said she was “not anti-Semitic” and that her words had been “changed.”
Schiff and Nadler, both Jewish, each played significant roles in the House’s impeachment investigation.
Pamela Karlan said that Trump’s views on foreign intervention in U.S. elections “are the antithesis of what our framers committed to.”
Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi attracted attention during the impeachment hearing when he asked Fiona Hill about anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
Hill said that the theories about George Soros are “the new ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion.’”
Fiona Hill felt that Alexander Vindman didn’t have the “antenna” to navigate a process that had been politicized by Trump and his administration.
“Like so many immigrants, my family was eager for freedom and hungry for opportunity,” Sondland said, shortly before confirming a quid pro quo.
“The Army will make sure he’s safe, and the Army is actively supporting any safety needs as deemed necessary.”
“Mr. Parnas was very upset by President Trump’s plainly false statement that he did not know him.”