Hillary Clinton

Distancing Herself From Obama, Clinton Embraces Israeli Views

In exclusive Jewish Week interview: ‘unfair’ to blame Israel for lack of Mideast peace progress; wants sanctions on Iran.

04/11/2016 - 15:29
Editor and Publisher

Signaling to Jewish voters that she would be more openly supportive of Israel and tougher on Iran than President Obama, Hillary Clinton told The Jewish Week in an exclusive interview that “it is unfair to put the onus on Israel” for the lack of progress on the Mideast peace front. And she asserted that “Iran should be sanctioned” for the recent launch of missiles Tehran says were designed to be able to hit the Jewish state, something the administration has not been prepared to do.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton holds a conversation on gun violence at the Landmark Theater. Getty Images

How Was This Seder Different From Other Seders? Hillary Clinton Joined

04/11/2016 - 10:59

How was Helene and Bob Fine’s family seder in 2000 different from every other Passover night?

Hillary Clinton greeting supporters at a caucus day event as her husband, former President Bill Clinton, looks on. JTA

In Harlem, Bernie Sanders' Expression Of Jewish Pride Wins Applause

04/11/2016 - 10:53

Bernie Sanders at a Harlem rally said he was proud to be Jewish in response to an anti-Semitic claim.

Bernie Sanders holding a rally outside his childhood home in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y., April 8, 2016. JTA

Our R-Rated Presidential Campaign

I don’t want my young granddaughters watching the television coverage of presidential campaign because so much is simply unsuitable for children. 

What should be a unique learning experience about American democracy in action has become an R-rated assault on the senses.

I've never seen one like this. Not Nixon's dirty tricks, not LBJ's daisy petals, not George H.W. Bush's Willy Horton (if you don't remember, Google them).

Clinton Offers Real Solutions to Profound Challenges

04/06/2016 - 11:39
Special To The Jewish Week

In what has been a troubling, even worrying U.S. election season, we have reason for optimism and an excellent choice. Amid all the inflammatory rhetoric that has characterized this election, former Sen. and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has consistently offered rational, productive, achievable answers to the serious problems our nation faces. It is time to set out on a path on which we can address difficult challenges rather than vent anger and cast blame.

Rabbi Julie Schonfeld.

Polling Shows Sanders, Clinton Tied In High Favorability Among Jewish Voters

03/28/2016 - 12:46

Washington — Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have virtually the same high approval ratings among American Jews.

Hillary Clinton speaking as Sen. Bernie Sanders listens during the Democratic presidential candidate debate, Feb. 4, 2016. JTA

Hillary Tacitly Raps Trump At AIPAC Conference

‘Israel’s security is non-negotiable,’ she says in response to GOP frontrunner’s neutrality stance.

03/21/2016 - 11:26
Staff Writer

Without naming him, Democratic Presidential contender Hillary Clinton criticized her Republican rival Donald Trump Monday, telling AIPAC supporters “Israel’s security is non-negotiable.”

US Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton speaks at the AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington, DC today. Getty Images

Jerry Springer Compares The Current Election Season To His Show

03/16/2016 - 12:28

Jerry Springer compared the behavior of the presidential candidates in this election season to the atmosphere on his famously boisterous talk show.

 Jerry Springer Compares 2016 To His Talk Show on MSNBC. JTA

Bernie Sanders Wins Michigan In An Upset

03/09/2016 - 11:06

Washington — Bernie Sanders won Michigan’s Democratic primary, an upset that gave new life to his candidacy and edged him closer to being the first Jewish major party nominee.

Bernie Sanders acknowledging his supporters during a campaign event in Miami, Florida, March 8, 2016. JTA

Election Wildcard Is Now Anti-Semitism

Strong Super Tuesday showing by Trump, Clinton sets up likely insider-outsider matchup.

03/01/2016 - 20:57
Staff Writer

As both Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump emerged as their party’s likely presidential nominees given their impressive Super Tuesday primary victories, anti-Semitism has suddenly surfaced as an issue.

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan praised Trump this week for being the “only member who has stood in front of the Jewish community and said, ‘I don’t want your money.’”

He stopped short of endorsing Trump but added, “I like what I’m looking at.”

Donald Trump celebrates his victory in seven states on Super Tuesday. All photos by Getty Images.
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