Listening to Donald Trump, you’d think he’s running for president of the United States and that the welfare of Americans was his primary concern.

It’s really strange that Donald Trump isn’t all caught up in Israel’s security. I thought that was priority number one for American politicians.

Most Americans don’t care much about Israel. Strangely enough, they care mainly about America.

Politico: In a break with standard Republican rhetoric on a politically charged foreign policy issue, Donald Trump insisted at Thursday’s debate that he would not take “sides” in peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians, drawing attacks from his rivals and even a charge that his position was “anti-Israel.”
“It’s probably the toughest negotiation anywhere in the world of any kind,” Trump said when asked about his recent comment that he would be a “neutral” broker between Israel and the Palestinians. “But it doesn’t help if I start saying, ‘I am very pro-Israel, very pro, more than anybody on this stage.’ ” Trump added.

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