Donald Trump on Wednesday repeated an antisemitic trope that has prompted dismay among prominent American Jews, saying that voting Democratic was “disloyal to Jewish people and … very disloyal to Israel”.
Strolling to the end of a White House driveway on Wednesday ahead of his departure for a veterans event in Kentucky, the president began speaking while still walking toward a crowd of waiting reporters.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday in a tweet quoted a conservative radio host and notorious conspiracy theorist, Wayne Allyn Root, who'd said Israeli Jews love the president "like he's the King of Israel"
Angel Has Fallen, opening this weekend courtesy of Lionsgate, is a curious political retcon. After two films that, implicitly or explicitly, seem targeted at the stereotypical Fox News viewership, this
The US president has renewed his attack on four Democratic congresswomen who have been critical of Israel, and reiterated a longstanding antisemitic trope implying that American Jews had divided loyalty
Trump turns to antisemitic trope in attack on Omar and Tlaib Donald Trump has accused Jewish Americans who vote for Democrats of showing “either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty,” apparently
Democrats and Jewish leaders railed against Trump's use of the "dual loyalty" trope. President Donald Trump on Wednesday doubled down on his anti-Semitic attacks against Jewish Democrats, claiming anyone
President Trump has a history of aggressively (and awkwardly) courting Jewish voters. Topline: Just hours after accusing Jewish people who vote for Democrats of “disloyalty” (which drew widespread condemnation),