Friday, July 17, 2020
An issue of historical concern to US Jews drew applause when Trump Jr. preached about it Tuesday night from the stage of the Republican National Convention.
Democrats blamed Republican nominee Donald Trump for what they depicted as burgeoning anti-Semitism in his party.
The Republican convention elected Donald Trump its nominee for president.
Interviews with some 20 Republican delegates and convention participants — Jewish and not — showed party loyalty and optimism about Trump.
The Republican Convention closed comments on a YouTube livestream after anti-Semitic abuse during a speech by Lingle, the Jewish former governor of Hawaii.
Rabbi Haskel Lookstein, the rabbi who oversaw Ivanka Trump’s conversion, has withdrawn from speaking at the Republican National Convention next week.
Trump reportedly is set to name as his running mate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, whose congressional career was marked by his leadership on pro-Israel issues.
Speakers at the Republican National Convention are scheduled to include the rabbi who converted Donald Trump’s daughter to Judaism.
The GOP broke from status quo in drafting this year's party platform, moving away from supporting a two-state solution in its language on Israel.
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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