Participant at the White House Hanukkah party tells me President Trump is not scheduled to come out to light the menorah or address the crowd.— Jacob Kornbluh (@jacobkornbluh) December 9, 2020
VIDEO: Trump tells the crowd at the Hanukkah party that with the help of “certain very important people, if they have wisdom and if they have courage, we are going to win this election.” — remarks followed with loud chants of “four more years.” pic.twitter.com/FjCyFGOqPC— Jacob Kornbluh (@jacobkornbluh) December 10, 2020
?? — VIDEO: President Trump at the Chanukah Party taking place now at the White House. pic.twitter.com/5tQAzTQ8tt— Belaaz (@TheBelaaz) December 10, 2020
?? — President Trump At The White House Chanukah Party: “Let me just wish everybody a Happy Hanukkah and to about three of you here a merry Christmas” pic.twitter.com/bIRThsHBiT— Belaaz (@TheBelaaz) December 10, 2020
???? — VIDEO: Marriv at the White House now following the Chanukah Party. pic.twitter.com/HA0eaAevwn— Belaaz (@TheBelaaz) December 10, 2020
???? — PHOTO: Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin, who was pardoned by President Trump in 2017, is attending the White House Chanukah Party now — It’s the second Chanukah party to take place today at the White House. pic.twitter.com/XSL33R7IUj— Belaaz (@TheBelaaz) December 10, 2020
I will just say that the idea that we could coexist with conservative Orthodox Jews in the Republican Party was thoroughly discredited by the last four years. MAGA in theory turned out to be MIGA in practice.
Note: The choice here is between a pro-Israel foreign policy and a MIGA foreign policy. The former is the lesser of two evils on that question. As for a pro-White foreign policy, neither party is offering that option. Both sides denounce our preferred foreign policy as “isolationism.”