Adelson Disappointed With Trump Over Jerusalem Embassy Move Delay

Billionaire is angry that the president hasn’t hired the people he recommended for top White House positions, three sources close to him tell politico

ed note–now WAAAAAAIT a minute here…Trump is ‘Adelson’s boy’…He is ‘owned by Israel’…He says nice things about Netanyahu…

You mean, it’s not all roses between Trump and Judea, Inc, and that possibly there is something more at work here than what appears on the surface?


Gee, it’s too bad there weren’t some folks in this ‘movement’ saying this was the case a long time ago before everyone lunged whole hog into this business of declaring Trump to be a mere puppet and cut from the same mold as his predecessors.


Is Sheldon Adelson, the casino mogul who donated tens of millions of dollars to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, already disappointed with the president he helped get elected? In a report published in Politico on Monday, three people close to Adelson say he is angry and disappointed over Trump’s delay on moving the American embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, and over the fact that people he recommended for top administration posts have not been hired by Trump’s White House.

Adelson in response to the report that he is “overall not angry or unhappy” with the president’s performance and is waiting for him to act on his promise to relocate the embassy. During his presidential campaign, Trump pledged to take this step multiple times, sometimes vowing to make it happen on his first day as president. Ever since entering the White House, however, Trump has taken a much more cautious approach and has not repeated his commitment to move the embassy.

The report mentioned that “in what some Republicans are interpreting as a sign of his frustration, Adelson has yet to give money to any of the pro-Trump outside groups set up to boost the president’s agenda.”

Last month, Vice President Mike Pence told the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference that Trump was “seriously considering” the embassy move, clearly backpedaling from something that during the campaign wasn’t presented as an option but as a promise. Trump has also called on Israel to limit settlement construction in the West Bank. Next week he will meet with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas at the White House in an attempt to restart the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.

Adelson didn’t only donate large sums to Trump’s campaign. Last week it was revealed that he was also the biggest donor to the president’s inaugural committee, giving five million dollars to the committee that handled the celebration and events surrounding Trump’s swearing-in as president in January. Still, the overall amount he donated to Trump is reportedly lower than what he spent on supporting the failed presidential campaigns of Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich in 2012.

  1. #1 by Anthony Clifton on 04/24/2017 - 9:34

    hopefully the (((JEWS))) will just commit MASS SUICIDE by self immolating
    or simply by looking for a big fiery furnace to jump into to prove that (((THEY)))
    are trruly “HEBREWS” and pass the Shadrach, Meshack & Obednigo…test

    no one HAS to stay in the stool sculpture deity cult compound

    (((THEY))) could come out

  2. #2 by nooralhaqiqa on 04/24/2017 - 9:34

    Jews hate being out-Jewed by a goym. And in making that promise to Adelson, Trump was possibly, at the most, only 1/4 committed to that cause ~ if at all. Now he is thinking like people who say and behave according to their Kol Nidre….. and treating them accordingly.

    It would be great if this gave Adelson so much discomfort he just up and left the planet. No great loss there. However, the horrid upheaval in the White House and the anti trump agenda really did put much of what Trump promised in jeopardy ~ if ever they were meant with full sincerity. Which I doubt.

    Trump knows that if he did make that Jerusalem move, he would be definitely killing all hope of peace in the Middle East. Completely. The Arab world would not stand for this.

    Generally, I believe Trump meant his promises to the American people but has been thwarted ~ his promises to these power brokers, those Zionist folks, he played like a professional.

  3. #3 by mikem on 04/24/2017 - 9:34

    I out jewed a jew once, in the court of law representing myself , when he was really trying to stick it to me.

    It was a great feeling!

  4. #4 by ozymandias on 04/24/2017 - 9:34

    Trump has disappointed me with his recent bombings of Syria when we all knew it was a hoax,but has this story shows just how entrenched and crypto jews are in the Pentagon and how the pro Israeli lobby is arrogant enough to think it can order and decide US foriegn policy,the danger of jewish power was warned about by America’s founding fathers,even the ancient Romans did not trust them…

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