Miller is Jewish, but he criticizes what he calls a "war on Christmas" from America's media and political elite on what he views as the nation's origins.
Foreign Ministry officials last week reportedly met with officials from the Immigrant Absorption Ministry to discuss the availability of the Diplomat Hotel in the Talpiot neighborhood.
Trump’s choice for secretary of state, an oil man, will come under scrutiny for his broad opposition to sanctions.
Those in most non-oil producing countries don’t know ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson.
Lawmakers from both major parties have raised questions about Tillerson and former UN Ambassador John Bolton, who has been mentioned as a possible No. 2 State Department official.
Trump’s affinity for John Bolton offers Americans a confused message.
US president-elect blames Democrats for putting out media reports on Russian meddling and said he did not believe they came from the CIA.
ADL chief among delegates at Knesset discussion on American Jewry in the new era of the Trump administration.
“They fear that the real estate magnate (Trump) does not see the extent to which Washington and the Arab Gulf states mutually benefit from the US-GCC alliances.”
Phil Bryant says concerns about rise of white supremacists is ‘ridiculous.’
Israeli ministers just can’t wait for the American president-elect to take office to begin preparing the ground for a new US-Israel relationship – and more settlements.
Last year, Nikki Haley signed into law a bill to stop efforts to boycott, divest and sanction Israel in a first for the nation on a state-wide level.
A video taken inside a conference showed Richard Spencer, leader of the National Policy Institute, shouting, "Hail Trump, hail our people, hail victory!" as some gave Nazi salutes.
Trump has so far picked two Cabinet members and three top White House advisers, but aides said he was not expected to make further announcements on Monday.
As Spencer finished speaking, several audience members gave a Nazi-like salute.
Analysis: Marine Gen. James Mattis would be conventional voice in the White House.
Donald Trump's recently-named White House chief strategist says "these claims of antisemitism just aren't serious. It's a joke."
Bannon’s appointment as “chief strategist and senior counsel” last week courted controversy, including a condemnation from the Anti-Defamation League.
Sessions currently represents Alabama in the upper chamber, and was the first US senator to endorse Trump for president.
Trump has been criticized during his campaign for making statements seen as racist, including calling Mexicans who cross over to the United States rapists and drug dealers.
Zakharova said that she had formulated the claim while visiting New York during an official visit with a Russian delegation in September.
The Jewish New Jersey real estate scion married to Trump's daughter Ivanka, helped guide the president-elect to victory last week and is poised to remain an influential adviser.
The letter says the appointment “directly undermines your ability to unify the country.”
Citing Japanese internment camps as "precedent," Carl Higbie says immigrants do not get constitutional protections.
New York State Sen. Brad Hoylmam says the swastikas are a result of Trump refusing to condemn the white supremacist ties of Stephen Bannon.
A number of Jewish groups have condemned his hiring, a few defended it and others are silent.
Trump has fewer than 70 days until his Jan. 20 inauguration to settle on Cabinet members and other senior appointees. He will eventually need to fill roughly 4,000 open positions.
Trump's children may be allowed in on the nation's most sensitive information if the president-elect uses a loophole in nepotism laws.
The comparison irked at least one of the parents of children in his class who wrote an email to complain.
Eldest daughter of the US president-elect says she will not hold a position in the incoming cabinet.
The chief of staff position, which serves as a gatekeeper and agenda-setter for the president, is typically one of the most important early choices for an incoming president.
"I doubt that the government in any way helped Donald Trump," says professor.
Will Trump move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem?
The protests were for the most part peaceful and orderly, although there were scattered acts of civil disobedience.
Divisive at home and unpredictable abroad, Donald Trump brings nativism, populism and nationalism to the presidency. What can we realistically expect for his first 100 days?
Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence then traveled to Capitol Hill to meet with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Will a president Trump make good on threats which virtually no past officials in key defense positions have endorsed?
"Even if a new administration were inclined to reduce a commitment, which it's not. Congress would never let it happen. The American people would never let it happen."
In New York, thousands of protesters filled streets in midtown Manhattan as they made their way to Trump Tower, Trump's gilded home on Fifth Avenue.
Donald Trump is a known supporter of Israel, but how will he deal with a region consumed by conflict?
The more modern political strategy – that enemies must be created to strengthen a candidate, and alliances must be avoided because they weaken a candidate – is much more correct.
The anxiety had been palatable all night. In fact, it could be staunchly felt through the city streets all week. Monday traffic seemed particularly harsh and irregular.
“Many people, including myself, are repelled by his vocabulary and talk about women, but former president Bill Clinton was far more promiscuous, and somehow the American public accepted him."
Trump victory likely to bring volatility on every front.
The unexpected, improbable, against-the-odds victory Tuesday of Trump over Hillary Clinton undoubtedly shocked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Jerusalem as much as it shocked the world.
One change he hinted at was the removal of the restriction on Israel not to ask the US for additional money as stipulated in the new 10-year $38 billion military aid deal signed in September.
Russian president also said he was sure a constructive dialogue between Moscow and Washington would serve the interests of both countries.
Bennett echoes Smotrich, who called for Netanyahu to immediately approve new settlement construction; Livni looks forward to the promises of Trump's acceptance speech, "not the campaign."
Historic upset • GOP sweeps into power • Clinton wins popular vote • Obama prepares transition • Netanyahu offers congratulations
Republican nominee threatens to "see what happens, you know, how it goes" before conceding defeat to Hillary Rodham Clinton based on official state tallies of votes.
As Americans go to the polls, Jordan's flag carrier airline takes jab at Trump, who called for Muslims to be banned from entering the US.
Fleischer, who serves on the board of the Republican Jewish Coalition, cited several reasons for his change of heart.
The eldest daughter of the GOP presidential nominee reportedly urged Trump's team not to promote a campaign ad in which she is featured.
Mike Evans also suggests that a US naval base be created in Haifa.
In a video being circulated on Twitter, Ivanka is seen wearing a black cap, meant to cover her hair, while Jared wears a black skullcap as they enter the compound around the gravesite.
Two security agents seized Trump by the shoulders and hustled him backstage as police officers swarmed over a white male in the front of the crowd and held him face down.
Clad in "Make America Great Again!" gear, the vocal supporter was flanked by several others who appeared to support his statements.
At a Stand Up For Heroes benefit in New York City this Tuesday, the beloved former host of “The Daily Show” took the stage to tell an expletive-laden tale of the Republican nominee.
As president, they said, Trump would also cut off funds to a United Nations Human Rights Council that is increasingly hostile to Israel
The irate man made hand gestures resembling those by hate groups.
In addition to saying Donald Trump will move the embassy to Jerusalem, which she called “the eternal capital,” she also said he supported her conversion to Judaism before her marriage.
American Jews – including traditional Republican voters – are shying away from Donald Trump.
In an interview focused largely on foreign policy, Trump said defeating Islamic State is a higher priority than persuading Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to step down.
At last week's debate with Clinton, Trump challenged a cornerstone of American democracy by refusing to commit to honoring the result of the US election.
At an unscheduled stop, Clinton spoke to Jews in Florida about the importance of voting.
American citizens living in Israel lean Republican and many, despite the scandals, are set to vote for Donald Trump, citing his position on Israel and the Middle East.
The Republican candidate will speak for only two minutes.
Trump and Pence agreed to speak via satellite at the rally which was billed as an event calling for the strengthening of Jerusalem following UNESCO's controversial decision about the Temple Mount.
The Twitter account that sent the message has been suspended, according to Buzzfeed, which published a screenshot of the image.
Some Republicans have urged Trump to drop the assertions. Early voting and voting by mail have already begun in many states.
The New York Times reported that Trump, in an angry phone call, denied the incidents and threatened to sue the newspaper.
Asked about his own vices before entering politics, Hazan vigorously denied reports of supplying drugs and prostitutes to VIPs at a casino he ran in Bulgaria.
"We will discuss this more in the coming days. See you at the debate on Sunday," Trump said in his statement.
"This was locker room banter, a private conversation that took place many years ago."
Trump security guards eventually escorted the man out of the premises of the event in Reno.
Bank Melli stayed in Trump's building until 2003, four years after the US Treasury Department had already designated the bank as Iranian government controlled.
“Singling out people in a crowd at a political rally, based on their faith or lack of faith, even as a joke, is unacceptable,” Rabbi Jonah Pesner says.
The New York Times says Trump received large tax benefits from financial deals that went bad in the early 1990s.
PLO's Erekat slams GOP presidential contender over remarks made during Netanyahu meeting Sunday about recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's united capital.
The teacher’s husband, Omar, served 10 years in prison for his role in a deadly 1980 bombing in Hebron targeting Jewish settlers returning home from prayers.
A 'Jerusalem Post' special report explores differing perspectives on the Republican presidential nominee's decades-long relationship with the Jewish community.
Trump: "I think that her bodyguards should drop all weapons. They should disarm. I think they should disarm immediately, what do you think, yes?"
Donald Trump Jr. used a Holocaust reference to describe the media's treatment of his father.
Shalom Auslander pens 'Washington Post' op-ed, claiming that "Hitler was a psychopath. Trump is just a con man."
Billionaire real-estate mogul sets sights on DC.
"Hillary Clinton's North Korean policy is just one more calamitous diplomatic failure from a failed Secretary of State," Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller said in a statement.
The letter earned 88 total signatories from former military figures.
Trump attended a church service at Great Faith Ministries in Detroit in an effort to court Black voters.
The hastily arranged trip will be Trump's second significant appearance on the world stage during his presidential campaign.
Adopting Trump's campaign message as his own, Duke said he is running for US Senate to "save Louisiana" the same way Trump is running to "save America."
A fourth office is scheduled to be opened in the West Bank, and a fifth may be added later, according to the report.
The 2016 race in its entirety is expected to cost roughly $5 billion.
Adelson’s apparent reluctance to invest in Trump runs in stark contrast to his activity in the 2012 election cycle.
The congressman calls for "further specificity" from both Trump and Clinton on Israel policy.
The tools and techniques used to hack Republican targets resemble those employed in attacks on Democratic Party organizations.