Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz has welcomed the endorsement of a controversial Christian evangelist who argues that God sent Hitler to kill Jews because of their refusal to accept Jesus as the messiah.
At some point in the next 10 days, the improbable candidacy of Bernie Sanders, the Jewish self-declared socialist challenging Hillary Clinton for the Democratic party’s presidential nomination, will likely make history.
It is hard to argue that casino-owner and Republican super-donor Sheldon Adelson is not a gambling man. But his apparently imminent endorsement of Marco Rubio, the Florida Senator hoping to take on Hillary Clinton in next year's presidential election, still appears something of a long shot.
A prominent American political commentator has accused the Republican presidential candidates of pandering to Jews.
During last night’s televised debate between the 11 main candidates for the 2016 election, Ann Coulter, a conservative pundit and author, tweeted to her 660,000 followers: “How many f---ing Jews do these people think there are in the United States?”
With an estimated net worth of $30m, he may not quite be in the same league as the billionaire Republican presidential hopeful, but it's not just his considerable wealth that has led commentators to dub Alan Grayson the Democrats' answer to Donald Trump.
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