21st Century Wire says…
Well, it seems as if The Donald has been summoned by the Kingmaker himself, Mr. Sheldon Adelson.
Yes, that kind old man who just loves to be involved in “the process” of choosing who gets into power in America.
No doubt Adelson called The Donald in for a debriefing on how Trump feels about Israel, and more importantly, whether or not Israel will be at the top of Donald’s priorities should he make it into power in the White House next fall.
Readers should not forget that it was this same Sheldon Adelson who was throwing around his spare millions in order to derail the Ron Paul 2012 presidential campaign. Adelson pumped large sums of money into newly formed Israel Lobby Super PACs, with millions used to inflate the unelectable Newt Gingrich to help push Ron Paul from the spotlight, and even more millions used to run a series of anti-Ron Paul adverts in strategic TV markets like South Carolina – all in an effort to help kill a Ron Paul presidential run. Why? Because Paul did not believe that propping-up Israel in the Middle East was actually in the long-term US national interests.
Hey Donald, here’s what this Israeli oligarch’s money was used for in 2012. Watch this incredibly manipulative ad, paid for by ‘The American Committee For Israel’ Super PAC:
Americans should really know by now, that foreign lobby money is being used to distort and ultimately manipulate the outcome of US democratic elections.
One can only wonder what Sheldon Adelson really said to The Donald…
The casino magnate and Republican Party donor Sheldon Adelson praised Donald Trump’s charm following a meeting, in which the two men discussed Israel, among other subjects.
Adelson met Trump, the front-runner for the Republican nomination for the presidential elections, earlier this week in Las Vegas, Reuters reported Friday. Adelson spoke about the meeting in Macau, China, saying he had not decided which candidate to back in the presidential race.
“It was very nice,” Adelson, who is Jewish and an outspoken supporter of Israel, told Reuters when asked about the meeting. “He was very charming.” Adelson added that the pair had discussed Israel.
The 82-year-old chief executive of Las Vegas Sands Corporation, the world’s biggest gambling company by market value, hosted the latest debate among Republican Party presidential candidates at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, where he is based.
“He [Trump] had talked about potentially dividing about Jerusalem and Israel, so I talked about Israel because with our newspaper, my wife being Israeli, we are the few who know more about Israel than people who don’t,” Adelson said.
Speaking two weeks ago to the Republican Jewish Coalition in Washington, Trump wavered in answering a question about whether he would consider Jerusalem the undivided capital of Israel, drawing boos from the crowd.
Courted by most of the Republican candidates and widely expected to be the party’s top donor in the November 2016 presidential election, Adelson said earlier on Friday during a news conference that he may wait until February’s primaries to decide who to back. He described the field of Republican candidates as “all very good.”…