Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Jewish groups are condemning Donald Trump’s calls to bar entry into the United States for all Muslims, calling the plan 'deeply offensive.'
Trump touts his relationship with Israel and the Jewish community as the reason he believes he can outperform Republican contenders among Jewish voters.
Donald Trump retweeted and then quickly deleted an image of a Nazi flag alongside a photograph of fellow Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush.
Israeli leaders reacted to news that US and British intelligence agencies spied on Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu and his predecessor Ehud Olmert.
Netanyahu spoke at the AIPAC conference, lauding President Barack Obama but expressing few regrets for the speech to Congress he will present tomorrow.
Obama in his State of the Union address called on the United States to sustain a foreign policy that emphasized multilateralism after his presidency ends.
Speaker of the House U.S. Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) announced a surprise resignation from Congress on Friday.
US Jewish groups have sent congratulations to Benjamin Netanyahu on his election win, making him prime minister of Israel for a fourth term.
Speakers at the Republican National Convention are scheduled to include the rabbi who converted Donald Trump’s daughter to Judaism.
Trump’s Jewish son-in-law Jared Kushner defended the GOP nominee, saying Trump 'does not subscribe to any racist or anti-Semitic thinking.'
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