Tag: Joe Biden

The podcast discusses Joe Biden's recent address and criticizes it for not being well-received, contrasting it with the favorable reception of Bibi Netanyahu's speech.
President Joe Biden has emphasized ending the Israel-Hamas conflict in Gaza as a top priority for his remaining six months in office.
Democratic strategists Rania Batrice and Matt Duss will discuss Kamala Harris' presidential candidacy and its potential influence on US policy towards the Gaza War on a Zoom call scheduled for Friday at 11 AM Eastern.
Donald Trump expressed surprise at American Jews voting for Democrats, alleging many don't support Israel, a sentiment challenged by polls showing most American Jews feel connected to Israel.
Seven major national unions, including the National Education Association and the Service Employees International Union, are urging President Biden to immediately stop all military aid to Israel due to the ongoing conflict with Palestinians.
After mounting pressure due to age-related medical issues, Joe Biden announced his withdrawal from the 2024 presidential race and endorsed Kamala Harris as his successor.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has secured meetings with President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and former President Donald Trump after uncertainty surrounding the scheduling.
This article discusses the importance of humanizing politicians, particularly in the context of Israeli and American politics.
Jeff Michaels, a hedge-fund portfolio manager from New Jersey, expresses his views in an interview regarding the upcoming 2024 election.
Nina Stanley, a 72-year-old retired nurse from Cincinnati suburbs, expressed feeling invigorated by Vice President Kamala Harris's presence, believing she strengthens the Democratic Party's position against former President Donald Trump.
Rabbi Chesky Blau, an Orthodox (Hasidic) Jew from Brooklyn, NY, was a Democratic voter in 2020 but is currently undecided for 2024, leaning towards the Republican party.
Aaron Weissman, a 52-year-old Reform Jew from Great Falls, MT, who is an Independent voter and supported Joe Biden in 2020, believes that Vice President Kamala Harris has improved the Democrats' chances of beating Donald Trump in the upcoming election.
After a series of tumultuous events including Joe Biden's exit from the presidential race and Kamala Harris emerging as a potential Democratic nominee, Jewish Political Voices Project (JPVP) respondents shared their thoughts on the situation.
Vice President Kamala Harris views antisemitism differently than President Joe Biden by addressing it in more universal terms, emphasizing common humanity and solidarity.
Israeli Air Force pilots conducted historic missions into Yemen in retaliation for a Houthi drone strike on Tel Aviv.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with families of Israeli hostages in Washington, DC, as discussions intensify for a potential ceasefire and hostage release deal.
There are conspiracy theories circulating among some on the Right claiming that Joe Biden is secretly dead, likely fueled by recent Democratic behavior which has been viewed as conspiratorial.
The article discusses how Joe Biden embodies Jewish concepts of strength through humility, integrity, and putting values over self-interest, contrasting it with Donald Trump's display of weakness through vulgar and adolescent behavior.
Vice President Kamala Harris will miss Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress due to a prior commitment to speak at a historically Black sorority's convention.
As there is speculation about Vice President Kamala Harris's potential running mate, notable Jewish candidates are discussed, including Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro, Colorado Governor Jared Polis, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, Arizona Senator Mark Kelly, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, and Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker.
Kamala Harris, the current Vice President and possible future Democratic candidate for president, has a unique background as the daughter of immigrant parents from India and Jamaica.
Despite the whirlwind of events in the presidential election, including Donald Trump's decision not to run for reelection, Joe Biden's self-removal from the race due to declining performance, and the emergence of Kamala Harris as the likely Democratic nominee, the race seems to favor Trump according to commentators.
President Joe Biden's decision not to seek reelection after facing various challenges in recent times is compared to the storyline of Jacob Gordin's famed Yiddish play "The Jewish King Lear," where characters admit mistakes and find hope amid turmoil.
The article discusses key points about the intersection of Jewish identity, politics, and power in the context of Kamala Harris potentially becoming the Democratic presidential nominee, with her Jewish husband Doug Emhoff being a central figure.
President Joe Biden's decision to not seek a second term has created a void in the Democratic Party, quickly filled by Vice President Kamala Harris, who now seems like a probable nominee for the upcoming election.