They condemned Trump but didn’t explicitly call it “anti-Semitic” like they did with Omar. Meanwhile, Jewish Democrats in Congress did the opposite.
Before she won her tight Senator race, and before her run for Congress, Jacky Rosen was the president of her Las Vegas-area synagogue.
Prior to her successful congressional run last year, Rosen’s only elective experience was as president a Reform synagogue in suburban Las Vegas.
“Anytime you ever spoke with her she always listened no matter who it was. Even today, she still listens to people.”
“It is an incredible honor to be endorsed by President Obama,” said Southern California House contender Mike Levin on garnering the coveted backing.
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.
Congresswoman Jacky Rosen was about to go to bed Sunday night when her daughter called from college. “She was hysterical,” Rosen recalled.
“They can survive a news cycle,” Schatz said of Senate Republicans. “But they will own whatever law is enacted.”
Jacky Rosen is now in the news.
Republicans have their target list out for the 2018 mid-term elections for some Jewish Democrats it means that their reelection bid just became tougher.