Wednesday, August 24, 2016 Av 20, 5776
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David Holzel and Daniel Schere | JE Feature
The Walter E. Washington Convention Center was not large enough to hold the record number of attendees, who walked the half-mile to the mammoth Verizon Center to hear big names such as Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton speak about the U.S-Israel relationship.
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In an emotional apology, the AIPAC leadership expressed regret to President Barack Obama for an attack on him from its stage by Donald Trump, and for the loud applause it earned.
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Sanders laid out his vision for peace between Israelis and Palestinians in the text of the speech he would have delivered to the AIPAC conference.
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Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, running second to Donald Trump in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, targeted the front-runner in remarks to AIPAC’s annual conference.
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Republican presidential contender John Kasich, speaking before thousands of Israel activists, took aim at front-runner Donald Trump’s comment that he would remain “neutral” in brokering Israeli-Palestinian peace.
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