Marc Daniels, a Jew from Illinois, made a Red kippah with his favorite premier candidate Donald Trump, and got a personal signing
When republican leading candidate Donald Trump arrived in De Moines, capital of Iowa, he probably did not expect it: Marc Daniels, a Jew from Illinois, stood in the crowd, wearing a little red (the color of the Republican Party) kippah with the name of Trump and a hebrew slogan, a translation of Trump’s slogan: “make America great again.”
“I wanted to get his attention”, Daniels said, “how many people in Iowa are wearing a kippah?”
“I asked him if he loves Israel. He answered ‘yes’, and I said ‘so sign on my kippah’.
And he did! I’m very excited!”
After starting to sell his famous kippahs, Deniels was invited to Trump’s event, and gave him a bunch “To give to Jared Kushner, his son-in-law, to his daughter Ivanka, and to their jewish children”
According to Daniels, his best seller is Trump’s kippah, which is the most popular, 2nd place are those of the jewish candidate Bernie Sanders, way behind them Clinton’s kippahs, and far away Ted Kruz, Rubio, and Bush.
For now, Daniel’s kippah-poll can tell us something about premiers finals. Worth following.
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