At this time, much speculation exists in the political world as to whether or not former President Trump is going to run for the White House.
Many of Trump’s supporters would love nothing more than for him to declare his candidacy in the 2024 presidential election. However, other Republicans have suggested that a different GOP nominee, such as Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, may be a better fit.
Recently, former House Speaker Paul Ryan raised eyebrows when he said Trump wouldn’t be the nominee for the 2024 presidential election.
However, Ryan is supportive of DeSantis campaigning for the GOP nomination; he has similar views about Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin and Republican Sen. Tim Scott.
As all this plays out, Trump remains under fire for a Truth Social post he made about Jewish Americans, per The Hill.
A Closer Look at the Criticism Against Trump
On Truth Social, the former president tweeted out that Jewish individuals should “get their act together” and show more appreciation for Israel.
In making this comment, Trump likewise alleged that he’s done more for Israel than any other president, yet isn’t getting the appreciation he’s owed.
👀 In a new post today, Trump warns American Jews to “get their act together” and support what he did for Israel “before it is too late.” pic.twitter.com/zkp3YHZTZl
— Jacob Kornbluh (@jacobkornbluh) October 16, 2022
After claiming that Evangelicals are more appreciative of what he’s done in Israel, Trump said that if Jewish people wait too long to “get their act together,” it will be too late.
These remarks on social media drew immense criticism, with some people calling the Truth Social post anti-Semitic. Other Americans claimed the messaging from Trump was especially dangerous since anti-Semitism is on the rise across the world.
Meanwhile, the remarks from Trump on Truth Social come after Kanye West also took heat for his remarks on a podcast about the Jewish community and “Jewish Zionists.”
Anger Directed Towards Republicans
The former president’s comments on Truth Social also led to some choice words directed towards the Republican Party.
Many folks who took issue with Trump’s comments about the Jewish community stated the GOP had a duty to directly come out and condemn the comments.
Others said the Truth Social post is a prime reason why the Republican Party shouldn’t nominate Trump in the 2024 presidential election.
Dear Donald Trump:
I could explain that American Jews are not Israeli. That your conflation is harmful. That your rhetoric led to a rise in antisemitism.
But you know that and don't care. So instead I'll just say this:
Go fuck yourself.
An American Jew
— Steve Hofstetter (@SteveHofstetter) October 16, 2022
Finally, Trump’s critics claimed his remarks on Truth Social are all the more reason why Democrats should win the midterms. Meanwhile, polling shows that most Americans favor GOP candidates for the midterms, rather than their leftist opponents.
Democrats control the Senate, the House of Representatives, and the White House. Yet, the country is in shambles as a result of it.
What do you think about the remarks from former President Trump concerning the Jewish community and his work in Israel? Do you believe the backlash is going to intensify? In the comments area below, feel free to let us know your takeaways.This article appeared in Watch Dog News and has been published here with permission.