Washington, DC – The Republican Jewish Coalition released the following statement from National Chairman Senator Norm Coleman and CEO Matt Brooks in response to Senate Democrats voting to block consideration of a bill authorizing $14.1 billion in critical aid to Israel.
By Naomi Lim, White House Reporter, Washington Examiner
Wednesday, November 8, 2023
Washington, DC – The Republican Jewish Coalition announces that Michael Bogachek of Florida, Barbara Feingold of Florida, Allan Polunsky of Texas, Susan Schneider of Florida, Irit Tratt of New York, and Jay Zeidman of Texas have been elected to the RJC Board of Directors.
RJC National Chairman Norm Coleman said:
RJC Responds to Pres. Obama on Hamas-Israel War: When Israel Faces a Barbaric Attack from Hamas, Obama Blames Israel
Washington, DC (November 4, 2023) – The Republican Jewish Coalition responded to remarks by former President Barack Obama today on the “Pod Save America” podcast, in which he blamed both sides for the ongoing conflict between Hamas and Israel, saying that “nobody’s hands are clean... all of us are complicit to some degree.”
Obama said, “What Hamas did was horrific, and there is no justification for it. And what is also true is that the occupation, and what’s happening to Palestinians, is unbearable.”
RJC CEO Matt Brooks said in response:
Washington, DC – The RJC congratulates Rep. Mike Johnson (R-LA) on being elected Speaker of the House of Representatives today. RJC National Chairman Norm Coleman said:
FoxNews: Jewish Americans could show 'significant change' in voting, support Republican candidates in 2024
Washington, DC – This morning, the Republican National Commitee announced that the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) is one of its partners for the third GOP presidential primary debate, scheduled for November 8 in Miami, Florida.