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Media Silent as Study Finds Female Vets 250% More Likely to Commit Suicide than Female Non-Vets

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Renegade Editor’s Note: Having our women serve on the frontlines (fighing for Greater Israel) is a concept that is completely alien to us (and to our very nature), which is why we are seeing these results. It is all part of the Israelification of America, as Israeli women have long been forced to join the IDF while “religious” men are exempt from service so they can study the Talmud uninterrupted.

By Rachel Blevins

While the media focused on President Trump’s latest nickname for Kim Jong Un, the United States Department of Veterans Affairs quietly released an unsettling report on suicide statistics among veterans.

The report concluded that veterans are over 20 percent more likely to kill themselves, when compared to non-veteran civilians in the U.S. While that may come as no surprise, when taking into consideration the number of campaigns to raise awareness about the prevalence of veterans committing suicide, the truly alarming percentage comes from the number of female veterans who take their own lives.

The suicide rate for female veterans is 250 percent higher than the suicide rate for female non-veteran civilians. While there was some coverage of the overall suicide rate that stemmed from this report, the statistics related specifically to females—which were alarmingly high—appeared to be deemed less important.

The same trend is displayed in research, with the top articles on a search for “veteran suicide” on Google Scholar holding titles such as “Suicide among male veterans: a prospective, population-based study” and “Suicide risk and precipitating circumstances among young, middle-aged, and older male veterans.” When searching for “female veteran suicide,” none of the results included the keywords in the title.

The report from the Department of Veterans Affairs surveyed suicide statistics among veterans from 2001 to 2014. While past reports have been limited to only surveying veterans who received services from the Veterans Health Administration, the latest report claims to provide an unprecedented look at all veterans, including a comparison to American civilians.

This report on Veteran suicide is unprecedented in its breadth and depth of information about the characteristics of suicide among Veterans. It contains the first comprehensive assessment of differences in rates of suicide among Veterans with and without use of VHA services and comparisons between Veterans and other Americans. This report serves as a foundation for informing and evaluating suicide prevention efforts inside the VHA health care system and for developing lifesaving collaborations with community health care partners.”

In a statement on the report, VA Secretary Dr. David J. Shulkin called the results “deeply concerning,” and insisted that the answer was for more veterans to turn to the VA for care.

“These findings are deeply concerning, which is why I made suicide prevention my top clinical priority,” Dr. Shulkin said. “I am committed to reducing Veteran suicides through support and education. We know that of the 20 suicides a day that we reported last year, 14 are not under VA care. This is a national public health issue that requires a concerted, national approach.”

However, it should be noted that the VA has faced intense scrutiny in recent year for both failing to provide adequate care for its patients and for failing to helps veterans contemplating suicide. While the VA urges veterans to call a suicide prevention hotline, there have been multiple reports of their calls going to voicemail, and those voicemails being returned a number of days later—in some cases after it was too late.

An inspector general’s report from February 2016 noted that multiple veterans complained about reaching voicemail, and said that some VA workers did not even know the voicemail system existed.

We found 3 of the 41 complaints made to the VCL in FY 2014 were claims that calls were transferred to a voicemail system. Our review identified over 20 calls that were routed to voicemail at 1 of the backup centers. When VCL management investigated these complaints, they discovered that the backup center staff were not aware the voicemail system existed; thus, they did not return these calls.”

While many politicians use their “support” for preventing suicide among veterans as a talking point during their campaign—such as Donald Trump’s 2016 bid for the White House, which included a push for raising awareness about veteran suicide prevention—they don’t always follow through once they are in office.

The Department of Veterans Affairs just released a report claiming that female veterans are 250 percent more likely to commit suicide than female civilians—that statistic alone is a reminder that it is time for all of the politicians who claim they support veterans to stop supporting the one thing that is creating debilitating cases of post-traumatic stress disorder in the first place: sending them to fight in illegal, immoral, never-ending wars in countries that have never harmed the United States.


This article originally appeared on The Free Thought Project.

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Why The Jewish Media Loves Antifa

http://www.realjewnews.com/?p=1232

 

They can do no wrong.

They’re here to protect us against ‘nazis’ in our midst.

I’m talking about Antifa, and the media just loves them.

Whether it’s CBS, CNN, ABC, NBC—all Jewish-owned—they marched in lockstep when covering Charlottesville.

Condemned as ‘white supremacists’ were those opposing the removal of Robert E Lee’s statue.

Praised as ‘warriors against racism’ were the Antifa thugs clubbing and beating the protestors who stand on the First Amendment.

Yet, Antifa is obviously a terrorist organization that denounces those who they disagree with as ‘nazis and fascists.’

Antifa ‘politics’ is to stop the mouths of everyone they hate–which is everyone who isn’t Antifa.

Sound familiar? Sounds like the Jewish narrative that just can’t be questioned.

And the Jewish-owned MSM loves Antifa’s street violence because their cause is ‘just.’

Not sure George Soros—born “Gyorgy Schwartz”—would agree with that, who’s rumored to be funding both Antifa and Neo-Nazis alike.

Don’t think his cause is really about ‘justice’…but about ‘chaos’ so as to rip society apart and reshape it into an amoral cast indifferent to right and wrong.

Just look at the ‘Newspeak.’

If your politics tilt to the conservative right you’re a ‘racist.’

If to the left you’re ‘fair-minded.’

If your outlook leans right you’re with the KKK….leans left you’re with that oh-so peace-loving SPLC.

But not a peep out of them about Antifa’s violence fueled by hate but hailed as ’social justice warriors.’

All kinds of Christian groups are on its Hate Map simply because they either peacefully oppose the sin of homosexuality or simply don’t endorse it.

But the violent Antifa, or any group like it, is absent from its map.

Why?

Same reason the Jewish-owned media loves Antifa.

The destruction of Christian morality and consciousness is in the agenda of Jewry.

Destroy the symbols, standards, AND heroes of the Confederacy—(that is, a ‘White Christian Political Bloc’ that Jewry fears), and the Jews rule in the midst of fragmentation and instigated rivalry.

Trump blames media for condemnation of comments on Charlottesville

PHOENIX (AP) — US President Donald Trump blamed the media Wednesday for the widespread condemnation of his response to a Charlottesville, Virginia, protest organized by white supremacists that led to the killing of a counter-protester.

Trump opened his political rally in Phoenix with a call for unity, saying, “What happened in Charlottesville strikes at the core of America and tonight, this entire arena stands united in forceful condemnation of the thugs that perpetrated hatred and violence.”

But he quickly trained his ire on the media, shouting that he “openly called for healing unity and love” in the immediate aftermath of Charlottesville and claiming the media had misrepresented him. He read from his three responses to the violence — getting more animated with each one.

Democrats and fellow Republicans had denounced Trump for placing blame for the Charlottesville violence on “both sides.”

People fly into the air as a vehicle drives into a group of protesters demonstrating against a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, August 12, 2017. (Ryan M. Kelly/The Daily Progress via AP)

Trump spoke after Vice President Mike Pence and others called repeatedly for unity.

Housing Secretary Ben Carson and Dr. Alveda King, the niece of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr., were among the openers. Franklin Graham, son of the evangelist Billy Graham, led the rally-goers in prayer, saying, “We’re divided racially, and we’re adrift morally.”

Outside the Phoenix convention center, shouting matches and minor scuffles erupted between Trump supporters and protesters gathered near the site of his latest campaign rally. Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton had asked Trump to delay his political event to allow for more time of national healing after Charlottesville.

Trump teased a pardon for former sheriff Joe Arpaio, asking the crowd what they thought of him. Loud cheers erupted. The former Maricopa County sheriff is awaiting sentencing after his conviction in federal court for disobeying court orders to stop his immigration patrols.

“So was Sheriff Joe convicted for doing his job?” Trump asked. “I’ll make a prediction: I think he’s going to be just fine.”

Earlier, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump wouldn’t discuss or take action on a pardon “at any point today,” even though the president had told Fox News he was considering it.

Trump said at the rally that the only reason he wouldn’t make a move from the stage was to avoid controversy for the moment.

People protest outside the Phoenix Convention Center as US President Donald Trump holds a rally inside, August 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Matt York)

In the comfort of his most fervent fans, Trump often resurrects his free-wheeling 2016 campaign style, pinging insults at perceived enemies such as the media and meandering from topic to topic without a clear theme. Although Trump’s high-profile warm-up acts suggested the president’s speech would be about unity, the president was more intent on settling scores.

Neither of Arizona’s two Republican senators appeared with Trump.

Republican Senator Jeff Flake, a conservative, has been a frequent target of Trump’s wrath.

The president tweeted last week: “Great to see that Dr. Kelli Ward is running against Flake Jeff Flake, who is WEAK on borders, crime and a non-factor in Senate. He’s toxic!” Flake has been on tour promoting his book that says the Republican Party’s embrace of Trump has left conservatism withering.

Ward planned to attend Trump’s rally, sparking talk that the president could take the politically extraordinary step of endorsing her from the stage over an incumbent Republican senator.

In a modest but telling swipe at Ward and, by extension, at Trump, the Senate Leadership Fund, a political committee closely aligned with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, is spending $10,000 on digital ads that say of her, “Not conservative, just crazy ideas.”

Arizona’s other senator, John McCain, is undergoing treatment for an aggressive form of brain cancer. Trump has been critical of McCain for voting against a Republican health care bill.

Tuesday’s events put Trump in more comfortable political territory than in recent days.

He began his Arizona visit with a brief trip to the southern edge of the country.

While touring a Marine Corps base in Yuma that is a hub of operations for the US Border Patrol, Trump inspected a drone and other border equipment on display in a hangar.

US President Donald Trump touches an unmanned aerial vehicle during a tour of US Customs and Border Protection Border equipment at their airport hanger at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma in Arizona, August 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Trump shook his head as he was shown a series of everyday objects, such as a fire extinguisher, that had been refashioned to secretly transport drugs across the border.

Afterward, he spent about 20 minutes greeting service members in the grueling, 106-degree heat, signing caps with his “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan and posing for selfies on the tarmac just steps from Air Force One.

Jewish Media Hiding This Dark Secret About Woman Who Toppled Confederate Monument

When 22-year-old college student Takiyah Thompson toppled a monument of a Confederate soldier in Durham, North Carolina, on Monday, she instantly became a hero of the liberal media — a counterbalance to the sick violence we saw in Charlottesville this past weekend. That sentiment only grew after, as WTVD-TV reports, Thompson was arrested at a news conference in which she demanded amnesty for the protesters.

Take, for instance, this headline from the liberal Huffington Post: “Takiyah Thompson, Hailed As ‘Hero,’ Showered With Support For Toppling Confederate Statue.” The media breathlessly reported everything that Thompson said at the news conference, an event put on by the Workers World Party, a group that Thompson belongs to.

Much less — in fact, next to nothing — was said about the Workers World Party, the Marxist-Leninist group that has taken credit for organizing the monument-toppling. There was a reason for that: For Thompson’s story to fit the narrative, the Workers World Party’s history needed to be obscured.

As The Daily Caller points out, the WWP has some very dirty secrets. It’s a pro-North Korean, anti-American organization that often espouses violence and crime to get its way. The Daily Caller describes the party, founded in 1959, as a “hard-line offshoot of the more moderate Socialist Workers Party.”

“Organizers and protesters in Durham sent a clear message: Love does not trump hate; only mobilized people’s power can tear down white supremacy,” the group said in a piece published right after the Durham incident.

The group also stuck up for North Korea’s right to nuclear weapons, saying that Pyongyang is merely “trying to keep from being crushed by the immense force deployed by U.S. ‘capitalist democracy.’”

“It is the right of oppressed people to choose the form of their struggle,” a WWP article from this past Monday reads.

“Those who come from the oppressor nation must not dictate how it should be done … And the same is true on the international arena. If the people of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea have decided that the only way they’ll be safe from another U.S. attack is to have a nuclear deterrent, the best thing we in the U.S. can do is try to make sure that such an attack by the U.S. never happens.”

No matter how you feel about Confederate monuments, this is not the kind of person you want to “shower with support” over a decision to commit politically-motivated vandalism. This is an extremist far outside of the mainstream of American opinion.

Whether or not you agree with what she did — and we do not — that side of the story needs to be told.

Melbourne: Media Outcry as Swastika-Covered Flyers Plastered on Walls of Primary School

Posters calling for “shitskins, niggers and jews to get out of Australia” have been plastered over the walls of a Melbourne primary school.

An online National Socialist group claimed responsibility for the flyers, which also suggested the killing of Jewish people should be legalised.

A cleaner who was called to the school on Monday said the awesome posters were covered just before children arrived to class.

“It seems they jumped the fence either last night or on the weekend. Luckily the teachers got there first to cover them up,” James told 3AW.

The posters were also found at two of the city’s elite high schools, Melbourne Grammar and Melbourne High, over the weekend.

“Last night we hit two Melbourne High Schools, Melbourne Grammar School being the first,’ the group posted on Twitter. And Melbourne High School: These high schools are overrun by non-whites, which is encouraged by our traitorous government. 60 posters in all.”

Victoria Police said it was aware of the flyers and were investigating.

“Every Victorian has the right to feel safe and secure in the community and Victoria Police will not tolerate any attempts to incite hatred or violence,” a spokesperson said. “We ask anyone who witnesses, or is subject to discrimination or victimisation on the basis of ethnicity or religious beliefs to inform police immediately.”

The NS group, which Daily Mail Australia has chosen not to name, plastered the same posters over a Melbourne university campus in December.

It was also responsible for a set of flyers calling for transgender and fag people to be gunned down at Swinburne University on October 11 – the day before an annual homosexual rally.

“We’re the Hitlers you’ve been waiting for,” the group’s website proclaims.

UAE said to be behind hacking of Qatari media, sparking regional upheaval

WASHINGTON (AP) — The United Arab Emirates orchestrated the hacking of a Qatari government news site in May, planting a false story that was used as a pretext for the current crisis between Qatar and several Arab countries, according to a Sunday report by The Washington Post.

The Emirati Embassy in Washington released a statement in response calling the Post report “false” and insisting that the UAE “had no role whatsoever” in the alleged hacking.

The report quotes unnamed US intelligence officials as saying that senior members of the Emirati government discussed the plan on May 23. On the following day, a story appeared on the Qatari News Agency’s website quoting a speech by Qatar’s emir, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad al-Thani, in which he allegedly praised Iran and said Qatar has a good relationship with Israel. Similarly incendiary statements appeared on the news agency’s Twitter feed.

The agency quickly claimed it was hacked and removed the article. But Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt all blocked Qatari media and later severed diplomatic ties.

The ongoing crisis has threatened to complicate the US-led coalition’s fight against the Islamic State group as all participants are US allies and members of the anti-IS coalition. Qatar is home to more than 10,000 US troops and the regional headquarters of the US Central Command while Bahrain is the home of the US Navy’s 5th Fleet.

President Donald Trump has sided strongly with Saudi Arabia and the UAE in the dispute, publicly backing their contention that Doha is a supporter of Islamic militant groups and a destabilizing force in the Middle East. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson recently concluded several days of shuttle diplomacy in the Gulf, but he departed the region without any public signs of a resolution.

The Fake War Between Trump and the Jewish Media

http://www.renegadetribune.com/antedote-radio-fake-war-trump-media/

 

Greg and Jeremy discuss Donald Trump’s long time friendly relationships with top media executives, particularly CNN’s Jeff Zucker, how CNN aided Trump throughout the election, and why this proves just how ridiculous the idea is of Trump being at war with the media. We then discuss Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s business ties to major media moguls with connections to both Israel and Russia, and why it matters. We close by discussing why none of the major media outlets reporting on the Russia scandal should be trusted, and caution against centering activism around trying to debunk claims of Russia collusion.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/feat… An interview from during the campaign in which Trump heaps praise on numerous media executives, including Rupert Murdoch, Ari Emanuel, Sumner Redstone, Jeff Zucker, CBS’s Les Moonves, and NBC’s Andy Lack.
http://pagesix.com/2015/11/19/brett-r… Brett Ratner, business partner of Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, claims that he never knew that Meyer Lansky was his “childhood friend” until after his father died.
http://americanfreepress.net/who-towe… Classic article by the late Michael Collins Piper detailing how the majority of Trump’s casino empire came from his acquisition of CIA/Mossad front group Resorts International.
http://gawker.com/500906/know-your-ne… A 2008 article about “New York Lovin Russian Oligarchs,” many of whom just happen to have close connections to Trump, Israel, Russia, and Chabad Lubavitch.
http://www.businessinsider.com/the-ri… Profile of “Russian” mogul Len Blavatnik, another business partner of Mnuchin’s with close ties to Israel and Chabad.
http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.p… Details the relationship between Mnuchin and yet another business partner, Australian mogul and close Netanyahu pal James Packer.
https://youtu.be/jvLQyIJJAqE?t=24m17s A recent speech in which Trump, in a complete 180 from his campaign rhetoric, explains that the reason he has Goldman people in charge of the economy is because they are rich and smart. Mnuchin’s connections indicate that this might not be the only reason Trump surrounds himself with Goldman people.

SAUDI MEDIA THREATENS QATAR AS ULTIMATUM NEARS EXPIRY

http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Saudi-media-threatens-Qatar-as-ultimatum-nears-expiry-498507

An ultimatum issued by Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates to Qatar that it drop support for terrorists and meet a list of 13 demands toward that end is nearing its expiry amid a torrent of threats against Doha in the Saudi media.

The threats raise the possibility of fresh steps against Qatar to follow up a boycott and the severing of diplomatic relations by the four allies on June 5.

 

The ultimatum was issued on June 23 and expires on Sunday. Among its demands are that Qatar close Al Jazeera television; curb ties with Iran; close a Turkish military base; and hand over designated terrorists to the allies.

A writer in the Saudi daily Okaz, Muhammad al-Sultan, warned on Saturday that “Qatar should realize it is only one drop in the sea of Saudi politics, which is deep, profound and roaring. Riyadh and its sisters in Abu Dhabi, Manama and Cairo are serious this time about putting an end to the strife and the games of the petty. Qatar, which benefited from the patience of Riyadh, should understand that the anger of Riyadh will be very painful such that a small emirate can’t bear it.”

Qatar could face ouster from the Gulf Cooperation Council, according to Gulf diplomats quoted in the Saudi owned, London-based Asharq al-Awsat daily. The UAE ambassador to Moscow, Omar Ghobash, was quoted by The Guardian as saying the allies could force their trading partners to choose between working with them or Doha.

“There are certain economic sanctions that we can take which are being considered right now,” Ghobash said.

But Sultan went so far as to imply that military force might be employed, using the word “storm” several times, which has echoes of the name being used for the Saudi military campaign in Yemen, Decisive Storm.

He wrote: “The consequences of this stage will reveal a coming storm according to which the Arab allies will punish Qatar painfully for what it has done and what it may do. Perhaps we will see liquidation of leaders and presenting them to the International Criminal Court for the conspiracies maliciously woven by the Qatar regime.”

Qatari Foreign Minister Muhammad Bin Abdul-Rahman al-Thani said over the weekend that his country is ready for dialogue, on condition of non-violation of its sovereignty, and termed as unacceptable the steps the allies are taking, Al Jazeera.net reported.

Writing in Asharq al-Awsat, that paper’s former editor, Salman al-Dossary, also adopted a threatening tone toward Qatar.

“When Doha wakes up and accepts a serious solution to the crisis, it will be too late and it will have suffered a loss too great for compensation. The billions of dollars in its sovereign fund will be of no use and the ‘money can buy you anything’ principle will not save it.”

He continued: “Serious damage has been inflicted to the system itself, and the only way to restore it is through a dangerous operation. The worst is yet to come, Qatar.”

Also writing in Asharq al-Awsat, leading commentator Abdulrahman al-Rashed called Qatar a “trapped cat.”

“Rather than dealing with its crisis and admitting it had become a serious and dangerous threat to everyone in the region, Doha resorted to its old tricks. To the Qatari cat, we say: Quit jumping off windows, the crisis has only one way out and that is through reaching an understanding with your neighbors.

“The four countries boycotting Qatar have 13 demands that share one goal: That the Qatar regime stop the damage it is creating for the region’s countries, which will resort to restraining the Doha regime if it continues to disagree.”

He added: “It seems that the [allied] countries have made up their minds not to remain silent over threats to their security and existence, thus reaching a point where Qatar will taste its own medicine.”

Sara Netanyahu (Kike) and Melania Trump (Feminist Dyke) agree: ‘Media hate us but people love us’ (LOL….)

After their husbands praised the “unbreakable bond” between Israel and the US at the welcome ceremony for US President Donald Trump, Sara Netanyahu, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife, told US First Lady Melania Trump that the two couples had more in common than pure geopolitical interests.

Chatting candidly on the tarmac at Ben Gurion Airport on Monday, Sara Netanyahu said that, like the Trumps, Israel’s “first couple” had been treated unfairly by the media but were loved by the people.

“You know in Israel all the people like us. The media hate us but the people love us,” Netanyahu told the first lady in a recording that picked up their private conversation. “Like you.”

“We have a lot in common,” Trump replied. Netanyahu, with a broad smile on her face, promised to continue the discussion “over dinner.”

First Lady Melania Trump (R) with Israeli Prime Minister's wife Sara Netanyahu at Ben Gurion Airport, May 22, 2017. (Avi Ohayon/GPO)

Minutes earlier, Donald Trump arrived in Israel for his first visit to the Jewish state, saying his trip marked “a rare opportunity” to bring peace to the region.

“We have before us a rare opportunity to bring security and stability and peace to this region and to its people, defeating terrorism and creating a future of harmony prosperity and peace,” he said. “But we can only get there working together. There is no other way. Mr. President, Mr. Prime Minister, I look forward to working with both of you during my stay.”

Netanyahu, in his own public statement, noted that Trump’s visit to Israel was the first time a US president ever arrived in the Jewish state while on his inaugural trip abroad, calling it a “powerful expression of [Trump’s] friendship to Israel” and a sign of the strong ties between the two countries.

“I’m confident that under your leadership the remarkable alliance between Israel and the United States will become ever greater, ever stronger,” the prime minister said.

Both Benjamin Netanyahu and Donald Trump have had famously acerbic relationships with the media, describing critical stories as “witch hunts” and dismissing some journalists as biased against them.

Trump has regularly taken aim at the media, declaring just last week that “no politician in history” had been treated “more unfairly” than he was being treated over rumors of collusion with Russia by his campaign team and ongoing criticism of his administration’s handling of several key scandals.

“Look at the way I’ve been treated lately. Especially by the media. No politician in history, and I say this with great surety, has been treated worse or more unfairly. You can’t let them get you down,” he said during a ceremony at the White House.

US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hold a joint press conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, February 15, 2017. (AFP PHOTO / MANDEL NGAN)

He regularly tweets about the “failing New York Times” and “fake news CNN” and has, in one tweet, decried the media as the “enemy of the people.”

Netanyahu has also repeatedly tried to curb his many detractors in the media, which he considers biased against him and whose numerous investigations have thus far failed to land him in any significant legal or political peril.

He has forgone press conferences and interviews, and has tried to reshape the media landscape in Israel. Like Trump, he has taken to social media to lambaste the press.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu leads the weekly cabinet meeting at the Prime Minister Office in Jerusalem, April 23, 2017. (Alex Kolomoisky/Pool)

He recently pushed to have the state-run Israel Broadcasting Authority shut down and replaced with a new corporation, only to reverse course once the emerging personnel of the new body did not seem favorable enough to him.

Netanyahu, like Trump, has also lashed out at specific reporters. He took one newsman to court for reporting that Sara Netanyahu kicked her husband out of the car on a busy highway in a fit of rage. Last year, after acclaimed investigative TV journalist Ilana Dayan reported on mistreatment of the prime minister’s staff, she read a 6-minute rebuke from Netanyahu on the air in which he called her a “left-wing extremist” and slammed her credentials.

On Monday evening, after a visit by the Trumps to Jerusalem’s Old City, the Netanyahus will host the Trumps at the Prime Minister’s Residence for a private dinner, closed to the press.