US News and World Report Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, and publisher of the New York Daily News, Mort Zuckerman said Wednesday that “we have somebody who’s just lost touch with what’s going on in the world” in reaction to the looming Iran nuclear agreement in an appearance on the “Lou Dobbs Tonight” on the Fox Business Network.
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He revealed there has been a threat issued on a Michigan mall and the American citizens should be “particularly vigilant” in the warning of growing terrorism on U.S. soil.
70 percent of Americans view Israel favorably, 62 percent said they sympathize with Israel more than the Palestinians, whereas 17 percent favor Palestinian authority and 16 percent sympathize more with Palestinians altogether.
Recently the Clinton Foundation has lifted their ban on collecting funds from foreign governments, which has allowed them to gain millions in contributions, raising ethical questions as Hillary Clinton prepares for her future presidential run.
Some of the recent donors include the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Australia, Germany and the Canadian government agency that supports the Keystone XL Pipeline.
In an interview with Vox’s Matthew Yglesias, President Obama suggested that anti-Semitism was not a factor in the attack at a kosher supermarket in Paris last month.
Though these individuals played a heavy hand in getting him where he is, Booker has so far refused requests to sign onto legislation that would impose new sanctions on Iran if negotiations to stop their nuclear program fails.
In a survey by the Times of Israel, Israeli votes were tallied on their opinions on President Barack Obama, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the US-Israel relationship, and Iran’s ability to secure nuclear weapons.
The survey showed Israeli voters have an increasingly negative perception of Obama and little confidence that he will be able to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.
Under the leadership of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israelis have realized the relationship between their country and the United States government has gone downhill. Though they don’t believe it has damaged their connection to American Jews, according to the Ruderman Family Poll.
The survey also indicates that most Israelis don’t blame their government for the deterioration they perceive between the two countries and believe Jerusalem works to strengthen Israel-U.S. ties, according to Haaretz.
(AP). President Barack Obama said Monday that the time has come for Iran to decide whether to accept a nuclear deal, and he acknowledged “very real differences” with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over the negotiations.
In a campaign speech, Netanyahu criticized the international negotiations with Iran and portrayed his scheduled address to the U.S. Congress next month as an attempt to describe Israel’s objections.
President Barack Obama refuses to utter the words Islamic terrorism. But on Monday he went a step further in refusing to acknowledge the threat of radical Islam and their desire of targeting and killing Jews around the world.
In a wide ranging interview to VOX magazine, President Obama called the horrific terror attack at the Hyper Cacher supermarket in Paris last month a ‘random shooting’ of ‘some folks’ at a deli.
(AP). Americans’ views of President Barack Obama have improved slightly in the past two months, and opinions are more positive about the direction of the country and the health of the economy, an Associated Press-GfK poll finds.
A slim majority now approves of the way Obama is handling unemployment, according to the poll, conducted before Friday’s release of a surprisingly strong jobs report.
According to polls, he trails behind Democrat Hillary Clinton and only surpasses Jeb Bush by just a few points. If this continues the 2016 presidential elections may not work out in his favor.
Following the announcement that Hillary will be setting her campaign base in Brooklyn or Queens, N.Y., Hillary Clinton’s advisers have been visiting properties in Downtown Brooklyn in search for a potential campaign headquarter.
Real estate insiders were ecstatic at the idea of hosting Clinton, and said the location makes perfect sense for a national campaign.
The conference is attended by the party’s young activists and offers the opportunity for candidates to test their speeches on a friendly audience before presenting them to the greater public.
In Axelrod’s book he reminisces on Mitty Romney’s concession in the 2012 presidential elections, where he implied Obama only won because he was able to grab the black vote. Obama was “unsmiling during the call and slightly irritated when it was over,” Axelrod writes.
Some say wealthy donors are looking to buy a president, while others simply say they want to elect a like-minded candidate and the best way to do that is to fund them.
It appears New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has a taste for the lavish life, racking up thousands of dollars in private jets, car services and hotel fees, especially when someone else is picking up the tab, according to a report by the NY Times.
In 2012 on a trade mission to Israel, Gov. Christie’s family and entourage flew on a private plane that included a private bedroom for the governor. The private plane was loaned by Sheldon G. Adelson, the billionaire casino owner and supporter of Israel.
This is a key detail that battles the argument from the 2008 elections that Hillary Clinton is “out of touch” with the American public.
In an interview with John Catsimatidis at The Cats Roundtable, AM 970 in New York, Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) discussed his possible candidacy for the 2016 presidential elections and what he would focus on.
The 2012 presidential candidate claims to possess the most foreign policy experience of all the other possible contenders for the upcoming elections, not distinguishing between GOP and Democratic candidates.
She started the ceremony by reflecting on her early career and how she initially joined the Jewish Federation to meet people, but in the process she learned so much about the dangers plaguing the Jewish community and how media has a tendency to only show one side of major stories.
Presidential candidate, Scott Walker, is the one to look out for this upcoming election. At 15 percentage points, he leads ahead of other potential contenders in a new Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics Iowa Poll of likely Republican caucusgoers. The caucuses are scheduled for Feb. 1, 2016.
The Wisconsin governor is also the No. 2 most popular choice for those who want an establishment candidate, and he’s the No. 2 for those who want an anti-establishment candidate, the poll shows.
Following Mitt Romney’s announcement on Friday that he will not be running for the 2016 presidential election, Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey and Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida have moved full force to pick up Romney’s billion-dollar donor network.
Over the weekend Christie and Bush begin putting subtle pressure on Romney’s supports to pick a Republican candidate’s side, asking for their commitment.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey asked Democratic voters to choose from six of the early presidential hopefuls from their party as if their state primary were held right now. Clinton led with 59 percent support while Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is in second place, earning 12 percent of the vote.
The presidential nominee for the Democratic Party’s 2016 is still Hillary Clinton.