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Fred Malek, a former White House aide who recorded the number of Jews working in the Bureau of Labor Statistics for President Nixon, has died.
Now we have witnessed the latest attempt to exploit McCain’s death by going long and over the top in yet another slash of a thousand media-driven cuts to bring down Trump.
Jews have much to learn from the late Senator John McCain
In the Middle East McCain is remembered as a principled supporter of US allies, of people’s quest for freedom from dictatorship and of human rights.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
"John McCain was an American hero and a unique person," Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein said. "We will always remember him as a great friend of Israel. May he rest in peace."
By GIL HOFFMAN
Writing on Twitter, Shaked lauded the late US Senator as "an American hero...who loved his country" and "one of the greatest friends Israel had."
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Traveling so frequently with one of his best friends, Joe Lieberman, across the country and worldwide, McCain once joked that he was so familiar with kosher food he may as well convert to Judaism.
By MICHAEL WILNER,HADAS LABRISCH
McCain and Trump are opposites. One is a war hero, a straight shooter and has the nation's best interest at heart and the other is the president.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
At 200, the disgraced thinker assumes new relevance as a historian, an economist, and also as a Jew.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
The preelection scorn for values, civility and truth was followed by impulse, ignorance, improvisation and a universal sense of impending doom.
The Taliban criticized the Afghan gov. as "stooges," "lying corrupt leaders" and "repulsive sellouts" who are providing the US with overly optimistic "rosy pictures" of the situation in Afghanistan.
It is obvious that Trump continues to seek a clean break with Obama’s policies.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
Questions about McCain's health arose during a recent Senate hearing when the lawmaker, normally a keen interrogator of witnesses, rambled during questioning of former FBI Director James Comey.
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