When asked at a recent Democratic presidential candidate debate whether he was intentionally keeping his Judaism under wraps, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont said: “No, I am very proud to be Jewish.” Being Jewish, he said, “is an essential part of who I am as a human being.”
When asked at a recent Democratic presidential candidate debate whether he was intentionally keeping his Judaism under wraps, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont said: “No, I am very proud to be Jewish.” Being Jewish, he said, “is an essential part of who I am as a human being.” Matt Rourke The Associated Press
When asked at a recent Democratic presidential candidate debate whether he was intentionally keeping his Judaism under wraps, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont said: “No, I am very proud to be Jewish.” Being Jewish, he said, “is an essential part of who I am as a human being.” Matt Rourke The Associated Press

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