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Commentary: The 'Jexodus' of Jews switching parties isn't what the GOP is hoping for

To the organizers of Jexodus, the movement to lure Jews away from the Democratic Party and over to the GOP, I have good news and bad news.

The good news: There is a Jexodus! Jews, including many prominent intellectuals, have been bolting their longtime party en masse.

The bad news: The party they are leaving is the GOP.

Ever since the GOP rolled over and became the Party of Trump, normally stalwart Republican Jews have made it clear they can no longer abide what their

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