Top McCain advisers to meet Jewish leaders

"National security briefing" to be given by the campaign's director of foreign policy and national security.

September 17, 2008 10:34
Top McCain advisers to meet Jewish leaders

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Top advisers to John McCain will meet with Jewish community leaders. The McCain-Palin 2008 Jewish Advisory Coalition's National Jewish Leadership Executive Forum, to be held at the campaign's Arlington headquarters on Wednesday, will include a "national security briefing" from the campaign's director of foreign policy and national security, Randy Scheunemann, and two other top McCain foreign policy advisers, Kori Schake and Richard Fontaine, according to an invitation obtained by JTA. Attendees at the meeting are also scheduled to hear from the Jewish Advisory Coalition' national chairman, Mark Broxmeyer, and communications deputy director Michael Goldfarb about the campaign's message and strategy.

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