Democratic candidate Joe Biden said that he opposes Israeli annexation of the West Bank, which he said would “undercut the prospects for peace.”
Biden also said that as president he would resume U.S. assistance to the Palestinians and reopen the U.S. consulate in eastern Jerusalem.
Reversing President Trump’s decision on the move from Tel Aviv “would not make sense,” his top foreign policy adviser said.
The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee wants to increase by “multiples” the $90 million currently spent on targets of hate attacks.
“You share the Jewish community’s commitment to the principle of tikkun olam, healing the world,” the council said.
Miami Jews are divided oer support of Donald Trump and Joe Biden
The Democratic Majority for Israel endorsement consolidates the pro-Israel establishment’s support for the former vice president.
“The Jewish community has not only been the source of undying support, but the source of my public education,” Biden wrote in a hand-written letter.
Bloomberg also said that the only way he can win the Democratic nomination was through a contested convention.
“I think that we’re due for a change, and there’s no question about that. How much of a change is the question.”