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The US former president complained that whereas he’s apparently liked by Israelis, American Jews aren’t as enthused

Former US President Donald Trump took to his Fact Social platform on Sunday to vent about his obvious lack of recognition amongst American Jews. Claiming that he may “simply” be elected Prime Minister in Israel, Trump referred to as on the Jewish group within the US to “get their act collectively.”

“No president has finished extra for Israel than I’ve,” Trump claimed in a submit on Sunday. “Considerably surprisingly, nevertheless, our great Evangelicals are way more appreciative of this than individuals of the Jewish religion, particularly these residing within the US.”

“These residing in Israel, although, are a special story,” he continued, declaring that he “may simply be” elected prime minister within the Jewish state. “US Jews should get their act collectively and respect what they’ve in Israel – Earlier than it’s too late!”

Evangelical Christians are among the many most pro-Israel demographics within the US, with Israeli diplomats contemplating them a extra useful group to succeed in out to than Jews, who former Israeli ambassador Ron Dermer famous final 12 months are “disproportionately amongst our critics.” 

Except the small Orthodox group, America’s 7.6 million Jewish individuals sometimes lean liberal, with a 2020 survey discovering that 7 in 10 establish with the Democratic Celebration. Whereas 71% of Israelis authorized of Trump’s efficiency within the runup to the 2020 election, solely 27% of American Jews rated the then-incumbent positively.

Almost two years into President Joe Biden’s tenure, Israelis nonetheless view Trump extra positively than his Democratic successor.

In the end, Trump took simply 30% of the Jewish vote in November 2020, regardless of repeatedly invoking his help for Israel on the marketing campaign path and brokering the Abraham Accords – which normalized relations between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain – two months earlier. 

No Republican candidate has gotten greater than a 3rd of the Jewish vote since George H.W. Bush took 35% in 1988, and no Republican has received a majority amongst Jews within the final 100 years.



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