Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?

On this week's podcast, Washington Bureau chief Michael Wilner discusses his in-depth special report on Donald Trump and the Jews.

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September 20, 2016 16:12

Donald Trump and the Jews

Donald Trump and the Jews

 
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Today we talk to The Jerusalem Post's Washington Bureau chief Michael Wilner about his investigative report on Donald Trump and the Jews.

In his article, Wilner sought to resolve the competing narratives of Trump as a semitophile, whose daughter converted to Judaism and bore him Jewish grandchildren, and Trump as a bigot who tolerates and even emboldens antisemitic voices.

Wilner snagged some interesting interviews, including Trump supporter David Duke, a former KKK imperial wizard and Tony Schwartz, who ghost-wrote Trump's best-seller Art of the Deal, but has recently spoken out strongly against him.

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