The mere mention of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) brought forth backlash that has rarely been witnessed, it led U.S. President Donald Trump to call for Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN) to resign over her Tweets, but should it come as no surprise that AIPAC has a direct role in Trump’s affairs?
It isn’t just money, but operatives, that drive Israel’s directorate over America.
Michael Glassner, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Donald J. Trump for President Inc., was also a Regional Political Director for AIPAC. Before that, he was Senior Vice President (SVP) for External Affairs at IDT Corporation—which was involved in illegal activities to benefit Israel from within the White House.
IDT, a telecommunications company based in Newark, New Jersey, utilized its influence within the White House to ensure Israeli intelligence could develop 5G technology and that Trump would bomb Syria—and it's still there by proxy (Jared Kushner). Glassner began working for IDT's founder, Howard Jonas, after leaving the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey just prior to 9/11.
Upon moving to New Jersey in the late nineties, Glassner served as a senior advisor to Lewis Eisenberg, the then-Chairman of the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey and a prominent Republican Jewish leader. He worked out of the Port Authority’s World Trade Center office but left just before 9/11 to join IDT Corp in Newark. Glassner credits his former boss, IDT founder Howard Jonas, whom he referred to as “a strong Zionist and an AIPAC guy,” with encouraging him to become more active in pro-Israel politics. Intermittently between 2000 to 2008, Glassner would take time off to return to the campaign trail: running George W. Bush’s general election campaign in Iowa, fundraising for Bush’s ’04 re-election effort, and in ’08, where he managed Sarah Palin’s vice presidential campaign.
As with Jonas being a "strong AIPAC guy," another politician now grilled by Omar, Elliott Abrams—is also a speaker at AIPAC.
Glassner has donated to numerous committees and politicians.
Certainly it must raise eyebrows given the resistance to simply mentioning the pro-Israel lobby, while self-admitted Zionists like Jacob Wohl openly use extreme rhetoric to promote its agenda(s), such as regime change in Iran.
Some politicians have been questioned about Glassner's activities.
Glassner was also at IDT when it was stealing money from Haiti, and sending kickbacks to then-Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. A lawsuit raised by a whistleblower at IDT was concluded through an out-of-court settlement and obfuscated by the Hillary Clinton State Department.
Due to these issues we believe it best that Michael Glassner be removed from Trump 2020.