How about something great?
On Saturday, Donald Trump appeared at the Israeli American Council National Summit hosted by billionaire Sheldon Adelson.
The President encouraged participants of the Hollywood, Florida conference to vote for him in 2020 — in the best interest of their Middle Eastern motherland.
Here’s more, originally provided by RedState’s legendary streiff as part of his great breakdown of narrative vs. reality:
Trump, speaking to the Israeli American Council: "We have to get the people of our country, of this country, to love Israel more … because you have people that are Jewish people, that are great people — they don't love Israel enough. You know that." pic.twitter.com/sruLxwC5vY
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) December 8, 2019
As noted by Breaking Israel News, Trump championed a new era of relations:
“After eight years of which our alliance was undermined and neglected, I am happy to report the United States-Israeli relationship is stronger now than ever before.”
Furthermore, the Commander-in-Chief asked the Creator of the Universe to bless the military and the beleaguered nation:
“So tonight, together, we ask that God bless our military. We ask that God bless our veterans. We ask that God bless our cherished ally, the State of Israel. And with our flag waving high, our people standing tall, and our faith forever strong, we say our prayer once more: God bless America, our home sweet home.”
“In 1918, a young Jewish American soldier stationed at Camp Upton, in New York, wrote a prayer in the form of a song. His name was Irving Berlin — maybe the greatest of them all. And he held that song close to his heart for more than 20 years. He did not release the song until 1938, as the world learned of Hitler’s evil atrocities against the Jewish people.
“On November 10th of that year, his song broadcast through the radio and into the homes all across the country. Millions and millions of people were inspired. It was the first time Americans heard Irving Berlin’s timeless hymn…”
Following that — prepare for the wonderful — “God Bless America” was performed by the Shalva band — a group comprised of musicians with special needs.
At the conclusion of the song, members of the band rushed to embrace the President.
If you can, let it be the last thing you think about tonight…or the first thing tomorrow.
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