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Trump says Kushner is ‘more loyal to Israel than America’ – report

A new book claims former US President Donald Trump once told a White House meeting that his Jewish son-in-law Jared Kushner was more loyal to Israel than his own country, inciting a general anti-Semitic trope. According to Thursday’s report.

business Insider published What it said was an excerpt from Bob Woodward and Robert Costa’s new book, “Peril”.

“You know,” Trump joked at another meeting, mocking his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who grew up in a modern Orthodox Jewish family and was working on Middle East peace,’ Jared USA more loyal to Israel than ,'” the book reportedly says.

The report did not elaborate on when and in what context the remarks were made.

Kushner, who is married to Trump’s daughter Ivanka, was the president’s senior adviser on Middle East peace and the chief architect of the administration’s Israel-Palestinian peace plan, which was widely described as highly favorable to Israel.

Trump has made similar remarks in the past, fueling the anti-Semitic rumor that American Jews are more loyal to Israel than America, or have dual loyalty, which has led to centuries of suspicion among Jews. .

In June, he said in an interview with the ultra-Orthodox magazine Ami that American Jews don’t love israel enough, otherwise they would have voted for him in last year’s presidential election.

Speaking to American Jews in 2018, he refer to israel As for “your country”, he also made a comment created Feather other opportunities.

Trump has also been reprimanded for saying that Jews who vote democrat are “loyal”.

According to data from the Pew Research Center, over the past decade, Jewish voters have shown consistency in their partisanship. Jewish voters identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party compared to the Republican Party at a ratio of approximately 2-1.

Last year, The Washington Post informed of That Trump told his allies that Jews “stay together” and are “in it only for themselves”.

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