Approval for Trump among Jewish Americans was low to start with. Now, it has dropped by 1%.
Could Lee Zeldin find himself losing the same moderate Republican voters who doomed Bannon favorite Roy Moore in Alabama?
Entering a burning building with firefighters, climbing 110 flights of stairs: Eric Greitens has done it all, and posted it to Facebook.
Breaking with Jewish Republican tradition, Ohio Senate candidate Josh Mandel has chosen to run to the right of President Trump.
“I know what it feels like to be a minority.”
Judah Benjamin, Jewish confederate leader and Jefferson Davis confidant, has no statues because he alienated himself from Southerners and Jews alike.
“I don’t know of anyone who would be there, who would associate themselves with that particular protest, who are good people,” Zeldin said.
Many Jewish Republicans describe an unfriendly and hostile campus atmosphere.
In an election cycle that carries very little good news for Republicans and even less for Jewish Republicans, there’s a glimpse of hope from Long Island.
A Republican Jewish group’s endorsement of Donald Trump threatens to cause disarray among politically conservative Jews, many of whom vowed earlier Wednesday to never vote for the the real estate mogul.