Secretary of State Tony Blinken promised during his Senate confirmation hearings last month that the Biden administration would not rush to re-enter the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran and would only do so with input from Israel and other Middle East allies. So it was something of a surprise when Blinken, America’s top diplomat, told his British, French and German counterparts that the administration is prepared to engage in talks with Iran on returning to full compliance of the nuclear deal.
Still reeling from last week’s insurrection at the Capitol, top Jewish Republicans are showing some division over whether to break from President Donald Trump as they wait to see what level of influence he will retain once Joe Biden takes over the presidency on Jan. 20.
A slick TV salesman on the Republican side faces off against incredulous actors who go off-script for the Democrats.
“There’s no political benefit, and in fact there’s probably political cost, in only running policies that are right-wing on Israel.”
Those “lifelong Jewish Democrats” voting for Trump? Turns out half of them usually vote Republican
“It’s pretty good ammunition to use, and we’re trying to get the word out.”
“Had President Trump ONLY passed the largest tax cut in history: say it with me. DAYENU.”
He seemed to be confused about who he was addressing, appearing to some that he was invoking dual loyalty.
President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are speaking at the RJC’s event in Las Vegas, a turning point for the organization.
Ivanka Trump broke her silence on family separation after Trump signed an executive order purportedly ending the practice.