Israelis Love Trump. They're Not the First to Fall for His False Promises

If he’s re-elected, Trump won’t need to appease eagerly pro-Israel evangelicals anymore. He’ll able to indulge his natural inclinations, which might not be quite as friendly toward the Jewish state

Benjamin Parker
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U.S. President Donald Trump enjoys support from more than two thirds of Israelis – a level of approval he could only hope for among Americans.

He even joked recently (to a Jewish-American audience) that with that level of support - that he characteristically adjusted upwards to 98 percent - “if anything happens here, I’m taking a trip to Israel — I’ll be prime minister there.” 

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