Disgraced ex-president Donald Trump may finally be coming around to admitting that he lost the 2020 presidential election, but it doesn’t seem as though that’s making him any less bitter, childish, or hateful about the whole situation.
The Forward’s Jacob Kornbluh recently reported on Twitter that the former president spoke with the conservative Jewish publication Ami Magazine and pitched one of his trademarked hissy fits, in which he attacked Jewish Americans for not giving him enough credit for all the things he supposedly did for Israel.
“I did the Heights, I did Jerusalem, and I did Iran,” the ex-president complained to the magazine. “I believe we got 25 percent of the Jewish vote, and it doesn’t make sense. It just seems strange to me.”
The Jewish Virtual Library says Trump only pulled in a measly 22 percent of the Jewish vote in the 2020 presidential election, while President Biden pulled in a landslide 76 percent.
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But, of course, the humiliated ex-president didn’t stop there. Trump went on to actually bring the Jewish people’s love for Israel into question because they didn’t vote for him.
“Jewish people who live in the United States don’t love Israel enough,” Trump complained. “Does that make sense to you? I’m not talking about Orthodox Jews.”
Donald’s comments in his recent talks with the conservative magazine eerily echo the disgusting remarks he made back in 2019 when he seemingly called Jewish Americans stupid and disloyal.
“Any Jewish people that vote for a Democrat, I think it shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty,” the then-president said at the time.
It’s strikingly clear that the humility of losing the election in a landslide kind of way has done absolutely nothing to make Donald Trump a better person.
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