Donald Trump is soon going to run out of minority groups he can offend.
The Republican presidential candidate just delivered a speech full of anti-Semitic stereotypes while speaking to (wait for it) the Republican Jewish Coalition.
“You’re not going to support me because I don’t want your money,” Trump told members of the pro-Israel lobbying organization.
“That’s why you don’t want to give me money, OK, but that’s OK, you want to control your own politician. That’s fine, good,” he concluded, while taking a shot at rival GOP hopeful Jeb Bush, who has been taking money from Jewish donors for his campaign.
As if the opening remarks weren’t offensive enough, Trump went on to say the room was full of negotiators: “Probably more than any room I’ve ever spoken.”
However, of all the ridiculous things he said during the speech, the one that eventually drew boos from the crowd was when stumbled question of whether Jerusalem should remain undivided and the capital of Israel.
“I don’t know if Israel has the commitment to make it,” Trump said, thereby making himself the only U.S. presidential candidate who has insulted Latinos, women, gays, Chinese, Muslims, blacks and the disabled — all in less than six months.