“Having all that money made him feel life-or-death responsible for the fate of the Jewish people.”
There is something symbolic about Adelson passing away in January 2021, when nearly all of the political causes in which he invested are embattled.
There are Soros Jews and Adelson Jews — and who knows when they might sit and dream together again.
Billionaire donor. Republican kingmaker. Casino magnate. Those were among the phrases that blared from national headlines on Tuesday in the hours after Sheldon Adelson’s death at 87.
One long face-to-face meeting with Sheldon Adelson taught me everything I needed to know about the secret to the man’s success.
Birthright helped me connect to my many identities. And yet you support a candidate who incites violence against all of them.
Politico reported that Trump appeared not to understand how much Adelson had given his campaign.
“They see Trump policy as putting Americans on God’s side because these are God’s chosen people.”
The judge said that Adelson used “legal sadism” to disband the group, the National Jewish Democratic Council.
Republican mega-donor Miriam Adelson, wife of Sheldon Adelson, wrote that the lack of support for Trump among American Jews is an “oddity.”