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Donald Trump in Rosh Hashanah Message: Strength and Perseverance of Jewish People ‘Inspire Us All’

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President Donald Trump sent out a special Rosh Hashanah message, saying in remarks that will no doubt leave the left in a tizzy that the “strength and perseverance of the Jewish people” serve as inspiration to all.

These are words that never would have come from the mouth of the previous president.

But this just shows why Trump has such a warm relationship with Israel: He’s not afraid to show his love for America’s historically greatest ally.

More from the Algemeiner:

US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania sent the Jewish people their “warmest greetings” on Sunday ahead of the start of Rosh Hashanah.

“Rosh Hashanah is the beginning of the New Year in the Jewish faith,” the president said in a statement. “Far and wide, the trumpet of the shofar signals both a time of reflection and repentance. Along with devout prayer and fellowship, Jews worldwide will practice teshuva during the Ten Days of Repentance to deepen their relationship with God.”

“Today, we reflect on the importance of religious liberty and ask that the Almighty bless Jewish families, both in the United States and around the world,” he continued. “The Jewish people have endured and overcome unthinkable persecution and suffering. Yet, despite the challenges they have faced, their strength and perseverance continue to inspire us all.”

“Melania and I pray that the High Holy Days are filled with God’s peace, love, and mercy,” Trump concluded. “We wish a blessed and happy New Year to all those observing Rosh Hashanah.”

 

 

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