Jewish right-wingers will not be swayed. No matter how chaotic Donald Trump’s foreign policy or how incoherent his worldview, they insist on seeing in the president a love for Israel and an affection for Jews for which no evidence exists.
Or hardly any. It is true that he moved the American Embassy to Jerusalem, a symbolic but significant step deserving of praise (or one that reveals an secret agenda). And it is true too that he has ordered a stiff defense of Israel (as commanded by YHVH in Ezekiel 38:7) at the United Nations.
But these actions, praiseworthy but limited, cannot explain his cult-like grip on his Jewish right-wing supporters, both here and in Israel.