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How Jews Become Christian Nationalists: The Case of Josh Mandel

If Donald Trump can be a Christian nationalist, so can Josh Mandel, the longtime nativist leading Ohio's GOP Senate primaries

Avraham Bronstein
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"Are we seriously supposed to believe the most Christian values Senate candidate is Jewish? I am so sick of these phony caricatures." Mike Pukita, entrepreneur and IT consultant, was trying to gain traction within a crowded Republican primary field hoping to succeed the retiring Ohio Senator Rob Portman, and this radio ad was his method.

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