Pete Buttigieg posed at the Berlin Holocaust memorial, with his husband Chasten writing “this guy” as a caption.
He likened the U.S.-Israel alliance to “a friendship where your friend is acting in a way that you think might hurt your relationship.”
“Everything is on the table,” Elizabeth Warren stressed, joining Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg as candidates who have questioned aid to Israel.
“[W]oke up watching the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan speak. Pretty good as usual.”
Mayor Pete Buttigieg has received by far the most donations from Jews out of all the Democratic presidential candidates, a Forward analysis has found.
The group — which does not take a position on Israel’s right to exist— sent 6 fellows to New Hampshire to discuss the occupation with 2020 candidates
“I think we have a problem in America with the way we are debating issues surrounding Israel and Israel’s security,” said one top candidate.
” American taxpayers won’t help foot the bill” for annexing West Bank settlements, Pete Buttigieg said.
The Democratic presidential hopeful accused the White House of excusing “people who walk the streets chanting ‘Jews will not replace us.’”
The head of the Republican Jewish Coalition said that Buttigieg’s remarks were an “anti-Semitic dog whistle.”