Netanyahu, Trump, and the Jewish Vote
By: BOR StaffFebruary 15, 2017
President Trump had a very friendly meeting Wednesday with Israel Prime Minister Netanyahu, whose relationship with President Obama was famously chilly. Fox News analyst Karl Rove examined the political ramifications. "Since the onset of the New Deal," he observed, "Jews have tended to vote overwhelmingly Democratic. They were comfortable doing that because Democratic nominees were reliably pro-Israel, but that changed under President Obama. Donald Trump is authentically pro-Israel and this issue is also very important to evangelical Christians, who were a big part of his primary and general election victories." 

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