The post was up for more than three hours because Trump put his phone down at his Virginia golf club.
“Mr. President, do the right thing.”
Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale asked would-be donors, “If not now, then when?”
The upside-down red triangle was used to mark political dissidents and people who hid Jews.
With great fanfare, Israel proclaimed ‘Trump Heights.’ A year later, it’s desolate.
The president last year recognized Israel’s sovereignty over the strategic plateau, which hasn’t had a new community built since 1999.
Israel was the only ally singled out by name in the statement announcing the executive order.
President Trump used the Bible for a photo op — but he never opened it. If he had, which verse might he have used to heal our country?
To many, Trump’s photo shoot crossed an unprecedented boundary in attempting to lend politics the mantle of religion.
Unlike many Republican — and Democratic — politicians, Trump rarely quoted Scripture in his campaign appearances.