Four years ago, a group of prominent female foreign policy and national security officials who served in the Obama and Clinton administrations met regularly for lunch to lament the lack of women in senior government positions. The meetings, described by one of the attendees as ‘kvetch’ sessions, led to the creation of the Leadership Council for Women in National Security in 2019.
David Schenker, who spent 19 months as an assistant secretary of state in the Trump administration, said in a recent interview that he is “very happy to be sleeping at night again.”
The Jerusalem Post and JNS were among 46 publications that published opinion pieces by 19 nonexistent authors, according to the Daily Beast.
In addition to the exciting multi-colored gefilte fish, there was potato kugel and matzah crackers.
He may take a cue from his real estate development days and go all out with a marketing strategy, which quite possibly could include a flashy film.
This recipe is Middle Eastern, vegan, and perfect.
“This White House needs giant statesmen, not real estate agents.”
The latest to take on Middle Eastern delicacies like shakshuka and sabich is Nolita’s Shoo Shoo.
The meetings centered on the “joint interest regarding the achievement of peace and stability in the Middle East.”
First question: “You have like the dopest job in the world, the secretary of everything…how did you wind up in this position?”