The Trump family has never been anti-Semitic.
Jewish groups in Israel laud President Trump for his support of the Jewish State.
President Trump’s daughter Ivanka is a practicing Jew. Trump’s son-in-law Jared is a Jew. Trump has always defended Jews in America.
** Trump insisted on including Jews and blacks at Palm Beach golf course in 1990s.
On Tuesday the Washington Post published a very dishonest and despicable smear on Donald Trump’s late father, Fred Trump.
The Washington Post pushed the lie that Fred Trump attended a KKK march. Fred Trump in fact participated in a Memorial Day Parade in 1927 — where several KKK members were arrested for violence.
The Washington Post made it sound like Fred Trump was a participant with the klan members.
This makes it sounds like he was a participant. He wasn’t. https://t.co/KWY4jD3SgP
— David Martosko (@dmartosko) August 15, 2017
The media is lying.
Fred Trump was a top Jewish donor and supporter in New York City.
Fred Trump donated land for the Talmud Torah of the Beach Haven Jewish Center.
Fred Trump, a Christian, was a top donor to Jewish causes.
The Jewish Press reported on Fred Trump in November 2016:
Israeli media have reported several important donations made in years past by both the late Fred Trump and his son, now President Elect Donald Trump.
Some 50 years ago, real estate developer Fredrick Trump donated the land for the Talmud Torah of the Beach Haven Jewish Center at 723 Ave. Z in Flatbush, NY, as can be seen from a promotional image released by that institution. The center is open and active to this day, offering programs for youth and the elderly, as well as an active synagogue.
And Fred’s son Donald, as reported by Yediot Ahronot, donated heavily on both occasions when Israelis who had been expelled from their homes by their own government needed assistance to resettle.
Donald Trump donated in the 1980s, to help build new infrastructure for the Israelis removed from the northern Sinai by the Begin government, which returned the peninsula to Egypt as part of the peace agreement. Then, in 2005, Trump gave again, to help resettle the Jews of Gush Katif in the Gaza Strip, exiled by the Ariel Sharon government.
Effie Stenzler, former chairman of the Jewish National Fund, told Yediot that JNF approached Trump, among other wealthy supporters of Israel, for funds to build an infrastructure in new communities established for the exiled, and the real estate magnate gave generously.
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