According to insider reports, President Trump has expressed frustration that despite all his efforts to please his jewish supporters, the Jews as a whole remain ungrateful and even hostile to him:
According to various reports, including a published paper by the Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI), the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump “has not hidden its frustration” that its “pro-Israel steps … have not been met with appropriate recognition and gratitude from many American Jews.”
That the notoriously thin-skinned president would be sore about the fact that most American Jews aren’t cheering his policies, especially the long sought move of the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, is hardly surprising. Trump looks at his position through a uniquely personal prism. He views positively those who praise him—even if they happen to be foreign dictators of hostile nations—and is willing to heap as much abuse as can be contained in a tweet or a line in a speech on anyone who criticizes him.
So the fact that the American Jewish community has largely ignored a series of decisions that are arguably the most favorable to Israel of any American president in the country’s 70-year-history is bound to rankle Trump. But while Israelis and American Jewry can seek to break down barriers and educate the two communities about each other, there is no cure for partisanship.
This may be disappointing to Trump, who may have actually labored under the delusion that Jewish Democrats would acclaim his reversal of the policies of President Barack Obama, as well as those of previous presidents. It’s also frustrating for most Israelis, who judge Trump by the same standard they’ve applied to every previous American president, which is to say, whether he consistently backs them or, like Obama, had a more even-handed approach to the Jewish state’s conflict with the Palestinians and other antagonists like Iran.
…But there’s also little doubt that a substantial portion of American Jewry is wholeheartedly supportive of the “resistance” to Trump and regard him as beyond the pale, rendering agreement on issues such as Israel irrelevant.
Trump should have Harry Truman’s biographies before he became President — he would have learned that Truman bent over backwards to please the Jews, and even signed off on recognizing the new State of Israel, but the Jews still demanded more — and even tried to assassinate Truman when he didn’t act fast enough for them.
No, Trump will never please the Jews, and in attempting to do so will only push this country closer to the abyss. The Jews are allowed to make jokes about themselves — especially about how you can never please a Jew, but if we point the same thing out, we are smeared as “antisemites”. The jewish thirst for power is unquenchable. As Richard Nixon once pointed out, the Jews have a death wish.