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Trump says Jews who vote for Biden ‘have to have their head examined’

Former President Donald Trump argued Friday that Jewish folks who vote for President Biden in November “have to have their head examined” due to “being treated so badly” by the administration.

“If anybody that’s Jewish votes for him or Democrats, they have to have their head examined,” the 77-year-old informed “Kayal and Company” on Philadlephia’s Talk Radio 1210 WPHT. “They are being treated so badly and have been for years,”

“Don’t forget the Iran nuclear deal – Israel begged them not to do that deal,” the forty fifth president added. “I ended it. But they begged them. And unfortunately, the Democrats did nothing with it, after the election was rigged, and they did nothing about it. But we would’ve had that whole thing worked out.”

Donald Trump speaks to members of the media at Manhattan criminal court in New York, US, on Friday, May 10, 2024.
Donald Trump speaks to members of the media at Manhattan prison court docket in New York, US, on Friday, May 10, 2024. through REUTERS

“But it was, it is just amazing that a person who happens to be Jewish can be voting for this guy,” Trump went on. “It doesn’t make sense to me at all.”

Trump has repeatedly argued that Jewish voters mustn’t forged their ballots for Biden.

In March, the presumptive GOP nominee mentioned Jewish Democrats “hate their religion” and Israel.

“Any Jewish person that votes for Democrats hates their religion,” Trump mentioned whereas talking on the “America First with Sebastian Gorka” podcast. 

“They hate everything about Israel, and they should be ashamed of themselves because Israel will be destroyed [under Democratic leadership],” Trump added, mentioning the Biden administration easing sanctions on Iran.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) Annual Leadership Summit on October 28, 2023 at the Venetian Conference Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) Annual Leadership Summit on October 28, 2023 on the Venetian Conference Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. AFP through Getty Images

The former president additionally sounded off on the Democrats’ response to nationwide anti-Israel campus protests final month.

“And I have seen it and you have seen it. Where is [Senate Majority Leader Chuck] Schumer? Why isn’t Schumer speaking up?” Trump mentioned on Fox News’ “Hannity” because the NYPD cleared out demonstrators at Columbia University’s Hamilton Hall.

“Because he’s looking at votes, I guess. And I guess he’s looking at maybe more votes than represent Israel, but that has nothing to do with it. You have to stop this war on terrorists,” the previous president added.

Senat Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, the highest-ranking Jewish elected official within the US, argued on the Senate flooring in March that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and “radical” members of his safety cupboard have been an “obstacle” to peace, calling for a “new election” within the Jewish state as soon as the struggle towards Hamas “starts to wind down.”

“As president, Donald Trump said Neo-Nazi marchers were ‘very fine people.’ Now, like a cuckoo-clock of hate, he is popping up every month with the same patronizing antisemitic shtick and reminding Jewish voters that he has no respect for us,” Biden marketing campaign rep Charles Lutvak informed The Post Friday.

President Joe Biden shakes hands with survivors of the Holocaust and members of the Jewish community after giving remarks during the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's Annual Days of Remembrance ceremony at the U.S. Capitol on May 07, 2024 in Washington, DC.
President Joe Biden shakes arms with survivors of the Holocaust and members of the Jewish neighborhood after giving remarks throughout the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Annual Days of Remembrance ceremony on the U.S. Capitol on May 07, 2024 in Washington, DC. Getty Images

“Like Trump himself lately, his monthly attack on American Jews is getting tired. Voters are ready to put it to bed and they will — by reelecting a president in Joe Biden who cares about people and fights for them instead of one who denigrates them and only cares about himself,” Lutvak added.

“In words and actions, Joe Biden has been clear that he stands with and will protect the Jewish community against the hatred Trump has encouraged. Anyone who disagrees should be spoken to.”

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