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In his comments on Wednesday, Trump said he'd heard from an Israeli that "the other side has been trained from the time they're children to hate Jewish people," and that was why a deal might not work. "You have one side in particular growing up and learning that these are the worst people," he said.IMHO when a politician or candidate, (the growing popularity of real estate developer Donald Trump shows that one does not have to be trained in classic "politics" to run for high office,) is certain and confident of some opinion, ideology, policy etc. I get nervous. That's because it shows a closed-mindedness about the person. He/she is not terribly interested in learning facts, because those facts may show that he/she is mistaken. And there hasn't been a leader willing to truly and sincerely admit a mistake since King David. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
"I would say if you can do that deal you can do any deal," he added. "That's probably the toughest deal in the world right now to make and it's possible it's not makeable." Jerusalem Post
Now, I don't know how this will all evolve, but I do know that the anti-Israel sentiment/policies/ideology etc in the United States, especially in the government and universities is getting much worse. That's why I feel better with someone who is not from the "system," the establishment.
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