Lara Trump, Elizabeth Pipko team up for Exodus event, moving Jews away from Democratic party

Lara Trump, Elizabeth Pipko team up for Exodus event, moving Jews away from Democratic party 150 150 Exodus Movement

When The Exodus Movement launched earlier this year, Elizabeth Pipko had a vision for young Jewish voters with the rising increase of anti-Semitism within left-wing politics.

Less than seven months after the movement launched, Pipko has grown it exponentially and has been featured in dozens of news outlets as she makes her case to Jewish voters prior to the November 3, 2020 presidential elections.

Last Thursday evening, The Exodus Movement held its first major event, with Pipko leading the way. In front of a large crowd, Pipko was joined by President Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump.

The 36-year-old Trump, adorned in a bright red dress, took to the stage, applauding with enthusiasm for the movement and what it could mean heading into the election season. She spoke about anti-Semitism on the left, as well as the fact that after so many previous presidents made promises they couldn’t keep, President Trump promised to move the embassy to Jerusalem and immediately did exactly that.

“Israel and the Jewish people have never had a better friend in the White House than Donald Trump,” Pipko said at the event.

Among the guests were dozens of college students, as well as Andrea Catsamatidis, chairwoman of the Manhattan Republican Party.

The Exodus Movement recently announced the addition of a political action committee (PAC). The focus of the group will now move toward becoming politically involved in the local, congressional and national elections.

 

Read the full story at World Israel News.

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