Donald Trump: 'Unlike other presidents, I kept my promises to Israel'

US President Donald Trump addresses the Israeli American Council National Summit 2019 at the Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood Florida

Trump tells Jewish-Americans he is Israel's best friend

We have to get the people of our country, of this country, to love Israel more [.] We have to get them to love Israel more.

The Jewish Democratic Council, which has called Trump the "biggest threat to American Jews", attacked this weekend's remarks as "deeply offensive" because they share "negative stereotypes that have been used historically to target Jews". "You're brutal killers. Not nice people at all, but you have to vote for me you have no choice". While speaking to the Republican Jewish Coalition in December 2015, he came under fire for saying, "You're not going to support me because I don't want your money".

According to a May 2019 poll from the Pew Research Center, while many American Jews are favorable toward policies supporting Israel, 42% believe Trump favors Israel too much. Trump spoke about his administration's selections to tug out of the Iran nuclear deal in 2017, transfer the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, and remove funding for the Palestinian Authority as he urged these in attendance to vote for him whereas he runs for a second time period within the Oval Workplace. "Let's take 100 percent of your wealth away".

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'Trump's insistence on using anti-Semitic tropes when addressing Jewish audiences is risky and should concern every member of the Jewish community - even Jewish Republicans, ' Keyak said. "Even if you don't like me, some of you don't... you're going to be my biggest supporters because you'll be out of business in about 15 minutes".

He added: "Even if you don't like me; some of you don't".

"I think Jewish people that vote for a Democrat - I think it shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty", the president said at the time.

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The progressive Jewish group J Street also denounced the president's comments.

The White House has said its Mideast peace plan is complete and had promised to release it after Israeli elections in September. Former head of the National Jewish Democratic Council Aaron Keyak said: "Trump's insistence on using anti-Semitic tropes when addressing Jewish audiences is unsafe and should concern every member of the Jewish community - even Jewish Republicans". "He literally talks about this at every rally!"

"An overwhelming majority of Jews are both pro-Israel and anti-Trump because of his incendiary rhetoric targeting our community and others, and because his symbolic gestures on Israel have not made America or Israel more secure". He was criticised while still a candidate for the presidency back in 2016 when he tweeted out an image of rival Hillary Clinton, with a symbol resembling the Star of David and a pile of cash.

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