At the Israeli American Council’s (IAC) National Summit on Saturday night, President Trump gave what was likely the most pro-Israel and most pro-Jewish speech we have ever heard from a sitting U.S President. President Trump was brilliant and captivating. He energized the audience as only he can.
In his speech President Trump denounced anti-Semitism, the United Nations, the BDS Movement, the Squad, and President Obama’s treatment of Israel. He went after Iran, and the EU, and the Palestinian Authority as well. He also praised the contributions of Jewish Americans, and reaffirmed his unbreakable commitment to Israel and to Jewish Americans.
The Jewish people have never had a better friend than President Trump. It’s a shame that most Jewish American’s don’t realize that fact. G-d bless President Trump. He is one for the ages.
— Amb. Ron Dermer (@AmbDermer) December 8, 2019
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US President speaks at 2019 IAC National Summit, notes the US-Israel relationship is stronger than it has ever been.
By Israel National News, December 7, 2019:
US President Donald Trump was the keynote speaker on Saturday night at the 2019 Israeli American Council (IAC) National Summit being held in Miami, Florida.
Trump was introduced by Sheldon Adelson and Dr. Miriam Adelson who said, “President Trump deserves our gratitude as proud Israelis, as proud Americans and as proud Jews, no matter what our politics are.”
The Adelsons gave Trump a Hanukkiyah as a gift before he began speaking.
The crowd welcomed Trump enthusiastically, chanting “four more years!” before he took the podium.
The President began his remarks by sending condolences to the victims of Friday’s shooting at a naval base in Pensacola.
“Thank you for the invitation to address you today,” said Trump, who thanked, among others, his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner for working to achieve peace between Israelis and Palestinian Arabs.
“It’s truly my honor to be here this evening, to celebrate our progress, to deepen the incredible partnership between the United States and Israel, and it suffered greatly in the last administration. I don’t think they liked Israel too much, I’m sorry,” he said.
“After eight long years in which our alliance was undermined and neglected, I’m happy to report that the United States-Israeli relationship is stronger now than ever before.”
“We have to get the people of our country, of this country, to love Israel more, I have to tell you that. We have to do it. We have to get them to love Israel more. Because you have people that are Jewish people that are great people — they don’t love Israel enough,” he said.
— The Jerusalem Post (@Jerusalem_Post) December 8, 2019
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