Bend the Arc Jewish Action Calls Out Republican Jewish Coalition for Continued Support for Donald Trump
NEW YORK - Following the release of a video in which Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump boasted of having committed sexual assault and the subsequent denunciations of Trump by many prominent Republicans, Stosh Cotler, CEO of Bend the Arc Jewish Action, issued the following statement as Bend the Arc renewed its efforts to gather signatures on a petition demanding the Republican Jewish Coalition withdraw its support of Donald Trump:
WASHINGTON, DC – A new video released today by Bend the Arc Jewish Action enlists some powerful allies in the effort to get out the vote among millennials and defeat Donald Trump: their Jewish grandparents.
NEW YORK - Following reports that Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has accepted contributions from prominent white nationalists, including the editors of Counter-Currents and VDare, both forums for racial hatred and havens for the ‘alt-right,’ Stosh Cotler, CEO of Bend the Arc Jewish Action, issued the following statement:B
Bend the Arc Jewish Action unveiled today the latest expansion of its plans to help defeat Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in the November election. Stosh Cotler, CEO of Bend the Arc Jewish Action, made the announcement during a briefing on a new poll that details the opposition of Jewish voters in Florida to Trump’s agenda.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s decision to hire the chairman of Breitbart News, Steve Bannon, as his new campaign chief executive, is another dangerous step down the nominee’s path of promoting anti-Semitic, anti-Muslim, and white supremacist views, Bend the Arc Jewish Action said, renewing its call for the Republican Jewish Coalition to rescind its endorsement of Trump.