The Republican Jewish Coalition and J Street are trading barbs over their congressional endorsees and using the fights for fundraising.
Both parties are calling for an investigation of Greitens, America’s only Jewish governor, over claims he blackmailed a woman he had an affair with.
“We’re thanking President Trump for declaring Jerusalem the eternal capital of Israel. Contribute any amount to stand with President Trump.”
Coleman lost to Franken by 312 votes in 2008, and hasn’t ruled out running to get his seat back.
At the ZOA gala, the many “globalists” in attendance fell silent when Steve Bannon tried to rally them against the permanent global class.” Awkward!
Breaking with Jewish Republican tradition, Ohio Senate candidate Josh Mandel has chosen to run to the right of President Trump.
Some groups, like the Republican Jewish Coalition, criticized their party leader. But others, like the Zionist Organization of America, demurred.
The Republican Jewish Coalition is calling on the president to “provide greater moral clarity in rejecting racism, bigotry, and anti-Semitism.”
The pro-Israel community celebrated last week, as the Senate Foreign Relations Committee adopted legislation cutting funds from the Palestinian Authority because of stipends it pays to jailed terrorists and their families.
Now that Georgia’s dramatic special election is over, it’s time for Jewish groups to fight over bragging rights.