They were more taken by his character and background than any policy proposals or issues. And they are convinced he can—and must—beat Donald Trump.
Nick Keppler is a Pittsburgh-based freelance journalist whose work has been published by AlterNet, Reuters, Mental Floss, Gizmodo, Slate and Vice.
During the service, Tree of Life Rabbi Jeffrey Myers took time to defend meeting Donald Trump and shared the conversation he had with the president and his family.
Leonard Weiss lives so close he was woke up by the firefight. Ronald Roth was bar mitzvahed at the temple. Together they managed the chaos.
‘I think it’s a really important time to show respect and love to everyone,’ said one protester, ‘and that’s not what he does.’
Congregants of the synagogue where 11 Jews were allegedly murdered by a right-wing gunman say the president has to do more than pay his respects to the dead.
The president whose rhetoric is blamed for inciting the worst attack on Jews in U.S. history wants to visit. Tree of Life’s former leader and residents would rather he not.
When the city’s young men asked who to see about a mysterious illness in the late ’70s and early ’80s, they were told one name: Dr. Jerry Rabinowitz.