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Miriam Adelson Is Coming to the Rescue of the Donald Trump 2024 Campaign

Miriam Adelson’s late husband Sheldon Adelson was a big supporter of Donald Trump’s two previous election campaigns.

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Sheldon Adelson, with his wife Dr. Miriam Adelson / Getty

Is Miriam Adelson bailing out Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign? The widow of the late hotel and casino mogul Sheldon Adelson recently donated the maximum amount allowed by law, $413,000, to the Republican National Committee through the Trump 47 Joint Fundraising Committee (JFC), reported the Daily Beast.

The Trump campaign has reportedly been raking in the small donations from supporters around the country ever since Donald trump’s conviction on fraud charges in a New York court. However, he has also reportedly been having problems getting the people with deep pockets to open up their bank accounts for his sake.

And in American politics, money means everything. However, it is not just the total amount raised and spent, it is how and where the money is spent that matters most.

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Miriam Adelson’s late husband Sheldon Adelson was a big supporter of Donald Trump’s two previous election campaigns. In 2020 alone, the late casino magnate donated $75 million to help President Trump get reelected. He and Miriam Adelson gave a total of $176 million to Republican causes during the 2020 election.

In 2018 President Trump gave Sheldon Adelson America’s highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Miriam Adelson is a prominent Israeli-American figure who wears many hats. She earned her medical degree and practiced internal medicine, with a focus on addiction treatment, before dedicating herself to philanthropy. Along with her late husband Sheldon Adelson, Miriam has been a major donor to Jewish and other causes, supporting medical research, educational initiatives, and Holocaust remembrance. Dr. Miriam Adelson earned her BSc in microbiology and genetics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem before pursuing medical studies at Tel Aviv University’s Sackler Faculty of Medicine, where she graduated with an MD magna cum laude.

After her husband’s passing in 2021, Miriam inherited a significant portion of the Las Vegas Sands casino empire, making her one of the richest women in the world. She also co-owns newspapers like the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Israel Hayom. As part of her holdings, Miriam is the majority owner of the NBA team Dallas Mavericks.

The Adelsons were known for their substantial donations to Republican candidates and causes in the United States. Miriam herself received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from Donald Trump in 2018.

Miriam Adelson recently acquired a majority interest in the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks team. She bought the team from fellow billionaire Mark Cuban.

Her official bio describes Adelson as a dedicated research-physician, Dr. Adelson specialized in internal and emergency medicine and is a former head physician in each of these areas at the Rokach (Hadassah) Hospital in Tel Aviv. Since 1986, Miriam Adelson has devoted her time to researching and treating drug abuse and the biology of addiction, including establishing drug clinics in Las Vegas and Tel Aviv.

Miriam Adelson is well-known in the philanthropic world for her extensive support of Jewish and other causes throughout the US and Israel and are major benefactors of Yad Vashem, The Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority and the Birthright Israel Foundation.



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