In a recent post on Jewish New Year, Trump criticizes “liberal Jews” who he believes have voted to harm the United States.

Former President Donald Trump is urging liberal Jews who he believes voted against the interests of America and Israel to reconsider their choices for the future, while they were marking the end of their Jewish New Year festivities.

“I cannot reword”

The photo that Mr. Trump posted Sunday fell on the last day of Rosh Hashanah and outlined the pro-Israel initiatives he took while he was president, including moving the American Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, recognizing Israel‘s sovereignty over the Golan Heights territory and settlements in Judea and Samaria.

“I cannot reword.”

It also talked about the former president’s executive order that made Judaism a nationality in addition to being a religion, and his support for a “Never Again” education bill that mandated more money to be spent on expanding Holocaust curriculum.

“I cannot reword”

According to its website, JEXIT, an acronym for Jews Exiting the Democrat Party, was established in 2018 with the aim of informing and motivating Jews to recognize and be fully aware that the Democrat party had forsaken them and Israel.

In 2022, Mr. Trump referred to himself as the Jewish people’s “greatest supporter,” but certain actions of his have caused people to label him as an antisemite. In November 2022, he dined with Nick Fuentes, a Holocaust denier and white supremacist, as well as rapper Kanye West (now known as Ye), who has expressed antisemitic views.

He has also expressed disapproval towards Jewish leaders for their perceived lack of “loyalty” to their “greatest friends and allies,” resulting in a loss of support in Congress.

Alyssa Farah Griffin, who served as the communications director in the Trump administration, expressed her disapproval of the post, describing it as “disgraceful.”

“I cannot reword”